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Old 2018-11-08, 03:33   #34
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And as I write it, the final game of season 12 is being played. Another lopsided matchup - this time SF v K. +29 -9 =61. Last game looks likely to be draw (but it is early days, yet). There was one pair of games where SF won from both sides of the same opening!
A much closer (but still not close) affair for S13. Again SF v K with SF victorious, but this time it is +16 -6 =78
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Old 2019-02-24, 06:40   #35
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S14 is completed. SF won by the narrowest of margins against a much improved LC0 (a NN engine). LC0 was superior during middlegame throughout the match, but SF was better during endgames. A few games with huge blunders from LC0 saw SF emerging victorious (50.5-49.5).
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Old 2019-05-28, 08:26   #36
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S15 is done. LC0 emerges as the new champion. +14 =79 -7
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Old 2019-10-12, 03:57   #37
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With 7 games remaining, SF has already wrapped up S16 -- this time against a new NN engine AllieStein.

BTW, new location of tcec is https://tcec-chess.com/
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Old 2019-10-13, 04:41   #38
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Yep unfortunately Lc0 did not qualify for the superfinal but got 3rd place in DivP even though it was undefeated +9 -0 =33 but it won less vs the weaker opponents than Stockfish and AllieStein, though it actually beat SF once.

To prove that Lc0 is still stronger a fan has been hosting an "alternate superfinal" on twitch with Lc0 vs Stockfish, with the same SF version as the real superfinal and all the same settings and time controls and the same openings and it is now at game 94 and it is +13 -9 =71 for Lc0 after 93 games:
https://www.twitch.tv/navratil25

So looks like Lc0 could still have been the champion if it had just qualified
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Old 2019-10-13, 04:48   #39
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So looks like Lc0 could still have been the champion if it had just qualified
Agreed. One of the weakness of this format, but, c'est la vie.

BTW, final score +14 -5 =81 (54.5 - 45.5)

EDIT:- IIRC, SF had couple of crashes against H & AS, without which LC0 might've qualified for SuFi.

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Old 2020-07-02, 11:38   #40
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4 games to go in S18. SF has a winning lead against LC0.

Interestingly out of the top 4 in Division P, positions 2-4 were all NNs. The sole alpha-beta was, of course, SF at the top. I wonder when the NN takeover will be complete...
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