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Member since Jun-13-05 · Last seen Sep-22-19
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   s4life has kibitzed 2685 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-13-19 Carlsen vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
s4life: <Dionysius1: Thanks Diademas. I've looked at it and I see what you mean. But "the game is over now" - it wasn't. It wouldn't be over for 9 moves .. I still say Ashley got carried away and did a (small) disservice to the listeners.> b!tch please..
   Dec-14-17 AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017) (replies)
s4life: <frogbert <Typically playing with hyper-parameters is what consumes the most time when training a DNN.> But that requires human input, doesn't it?> It used to be a purely manual process, However the state of the art is moving towards bayesian approaches (BDNNs) to try to ...
   Dec-13-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
s4life: I don't think the implementations are comparable, one is a self trained black box which is extremely hard to understand and interpret and the other one is a carefully crafted recipe with lots of thought and tuning invested into it... I guess you could say the machines truly won in ...
   Dec-11-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
s4life: <WorstPlayerEver> You are acting too butthurt for your arguments to be considered beyond ranting A predecessor of this system defeated the best Go player in the world a year ago.. chess as a computational problem is peanuts compared to that effort .. and they had a year to make
   Apr-30-16 0 (replies)
s4life: <Big Pawn: <al wazir> is hell bent on defending pedophilia> I saw that .. an awkward moment in chessgames if I ever saw one.. and that's saying something considering the level of nerd rage around here. Al wazir, pal, are you trying to tell us something you are proud of?
   Feb-18-16 Gibraltar Masters (2016) (replies)
s4life: <Everett: <s4life> <but a teenage girl studying chess really is a weirdo> You claim that this feeling is widely held by the majority, and that it is socially constructed. Prove it> Everett. I never said such thing. That's not my statement.. Quote me correctly ...
   Apr-03-15 So vs Sevian, 2015 (replies)
s4life: barracuda killa!
   Mar-21-15 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2015) (replies)
s4life: <BUNA: <nok: <Gunina vs Hou would be an incredible match-up.> Incredible as in Blackburne – Steinitz, I guess.> Last clash of Gunina vs Hou. http://worldmindgames2014.sportresu... h2h is 3-1 in Hou's favor and frankly one ...
   Mar-05-15 European Championship (2015) (replies)
s4life: <perfidious: Not to mention endless shouting in such posts; really, some here--a good many, in point of fact--are quite capable of apprehending the critical features of a game without having someone coming it over on all and sundry in this schoolmasterish way.> the hate is ...
   Jan-13-15 Radjabov vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
s4life: <Marmot PFL: Really surprised that white (Radjabov) lost this game. A case of giving up too much to win the queen, but I guess black was already winning.> They were tied in h2h score and they even had the same rating coming to this event.. hardly surprising
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