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AlphaZero (Computer) vs Stockfish (Computer)
AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017), London ENG, Dec-04
Queen's Indian Defense: Classical Variation. Polugayevsky Gambit (E17)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-07-17  rodrigoporto: Skynet, is that you ?!
Dec-07-17  cunctatorg: Superb play from the real World Champion!!!!!!

Fick it.........

Dec-07-17  diagon: If AlphaZero learned by itself from scratch how to evaluate positions then it's equivalent to a human learning chess from knowing just how to move pieces to becoming the absolute world champion of chess in just 4 hours.
Dec-07-17  diagon: And actually not just to evaluate but also plan a game strategy.
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  Cheapo by the Dozen: This is the second AlphaZero game I've looked at, and in both cases AlphaZero seemed to put high value on space.
Dec-08-17  talwnbe4: 19..Ne8 instead of 19..Nb7 is the move preferred by standard stockfish. 19..Nb7 places the knights offside
Dec-09-17  Monocle: <rodrigoporto> Is it really necessary to make the same inane comment on every AlphaZero game?
Dec-09-17  JPi: <talwnbe4: 19..Ne8 instead of 19..Nb7 is the move preferred by standard stockfish. 19..Nb7 places the knights offside> I prefer 19...Ne8 too By the way what was the "idea" on 20...Qxc4? 21.BxN then 22.Qxd7 ? Black is still pawn up to compensate 7 rank pressure. I understand 2B are stronger than 2N+p but how much is this advantage?
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