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I have not wasted any of my time looking at the game, so therefore I have no idea what engines are involved, but I would bet loads of money that it is either a lost game

by Stockfish or a win for Komodo.

But the world wide web 'I Hate Komodo' grandmaster, is telling us that he and his Stockfish engine on his ultra multi core machine has found something which

he considers to be yet another fault.

Well you only have another 215 games to check out (Stage 2) to find more evidence of a major conspiracy.

I really hope that Stockfish is able to win this tournament, because we won't hear the last of it should it not....... and if Komodo wins again

by Stockfish or a win for Komodo.

But the world wide web 'I Hate Komodo' grandmaster, is telling us that he and his Stockfish engine on his ultra multi core machine has found something which

he considers to be yet another fault.

Well you only have another 215 games to check out (Stage 2) to find more evidence of a major conspiracy.

I really hope that Stockfish is able to win this tournament, because we won't hear the last of it should it not....... and if Komodo wins again

The mist MOUTH! Opens it's MOUTH! once too often! and put's it's Big foot in it again!

Best you stay Silent in the future about thing you know little about!

http://rybkaforum.net/cgi-bin/rybkaforum/topic_show.pl?tid=31372

Best you stay Silent in the future about thing you know little about!

http://rybkaforum.net/cgi-bin/rybkaforum/topic_show.pl?tid=31372

Had to do with Komodo did it not

Well I guess that means that all engines can/do (like some humans) make mistakes, but so what, other than 'I Hate Komodo', who really cares?

Plus the fact you never found this evidence of a major conspiracy yourself did you. Will this result alter the tournament in any major way? NO.

Had it been another engine, lets say Stockfish, would you have come up with this SCAM rubbish, of course not.

Another small point, it was game 197 and it was Jonny playing as white, therefore that engine made the wrong move ... not Komodo.

Maybe you think Jonny take a bribe, yes, of course, in your world that would happen

Well I guess that means that all engines can/do (like some humans) make mistakes, but so what, other than 'I Hate Komodo', who really cares?

Plus the fact you never found this evidence of a major conspiracy yourself did you. Will this result alter the tournament in any major way? NO.

Had it been another engine, lets say Stockfish, would you have come up with this SCAM rubbish, of course not.

Another small point, it was game 197 and it was Jonny playing as white, therefore that engine made the wrong move ... not Komodo.

Maybe you think Jonny take a bribe, yes, of course, in your world that would happen

https://chessprogramming.wikispaces.com/Jonny

Last edited by WorldChessNews on Sun Jul 17, 2016 12:28 pm; edited 1 time in total

Another small point, it was game 197 and it was Jonny playing as white, therefore that engine made the wrong move ... not Komodo.

Maybe you think Jonny took a bribe, yes, of course, in your world that would happen

Perhaps you should go to the chat room at TCEC and inform them all about this major conspiracy to help Komodo win the event again.

Oh you did didn't you...how did that go

Maybe you think Jonny took a bribe, yes, of course, in your world that would happen

Perhaps you should go to the chat room at TCEC and inform them all about this major conspiracy to help Komodo win the event again.

Oh you did didn't you...how did that go

[pgn][Event "TCEC 9-SCAM!-Stage 2-Game 25-TRUE! Win!"]

[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]

[Date "2016.07.15"]

[Round "25"]

[White "Jonny 7.30"]

[Black "Komodo 10"]

[Result "1-0"]

[BlackElo "3228"]

[ECO "A90"]

[EventDate "2016.06.14"]

[GameDuration "04"]

[Opening "Dutch: 2.c4 Nf6 3.g3 e6 5.Nf3 d5 6.O-O Bd6 7.b3"]

[PlyCount "150"]

[Termination "normal"]

[TimeControl "7200+15"]

[WhiteElo "2963"]

1. Nf3 f5 2. g3 Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. O-O d5 5. d4 Bd6 6. c4 c6 7. b3 Qe7 8. Bb2

O-O 9. Ne5 b6 10. cxd5 exd5 11. Qc2 Qe6 12. Nd2 g6 13. Ndf3 Bb7 14. Rac1

Nbd7 15. Nd3 Qe7 16. Nfe5 Rfc8 17. e3 Nf8 18. Rfe1 Ne6 19. Qd1 Rc7 20. Re2

a5 21. Rec2 Rac8 22. Nf4 Ng5 23. h3 Nfe4 24. g4 Ne6 25. Nxe6 Qxe6 26. f3

Ng5 27. f4 Ne4 28. gxf5 Qxf5 29. Qg4 Kh8 30. Bf3 Nf6 31. Qh4 Rg7 32. Rg2

Be7 33. Kh1 Ng8 34. Qg3 Nh6 35. h4 Rf8 36. Qh2 Rfg8 37. Rf1 Bf6 38. e4 Qc8

39. h5 gxh5 40. Qxh5 Rxg2 41. Bxg2 Qf8 42. Bh3 Ba6 43. Rc1 Bd8 44. f5 Rg5

45. Qxh6 Qxh6 46. Nf7+ Kg7 47. Nxh6 Rh5 48. Kg2 Rxh6 49. e5 Kf7 50. f6 Rg6+

51. Kf3 Bxf6 52. exf6 Rxf6+ 53. Ke3 Ke8 54. Bc3 Kd8 55. Be1 Rh6 56. Bg4 Bc8

57. Bf3 Re6+ 58. Kd2 Rg6 59. Bh4+ Kd7 60. Re1 h6 61. Re7+ Kd6 62. Rh7 Bg4

63. Bg3+ Ke6 64. Bxg4+ Rxg4 65. Rxh6+ Kd7 66. Bf2 b5 67. Ke3 a4 68. Kf3 Re4

69. bxa4 bxa4 70. Rh7+ Kc8 71. Ra7 Kb8 72. Rxa4 c5 73. Ra5 cxd4 74. Rb5+

Ka7 75. Rxd5 Re6 76. Rxd4 Ka8 77. Be3 Rc6 78. Ke4 Kb7 79. a4 Rc8 80. Rb4+

Ka6 81. Kd5 Ka5 82. Re4 Rc2 83. Bg5 Rh2 84. Bd8+ Ka6 85. Re6+ Kb7 86. Bb6

Rh5+ 87. Kc4 Rh2 88. Bc5 Ra2 89. Kd5 Rd2+ 90. Bd4 Rc2 91. a5 Rc8 92. a6+

Ka8 93. Re7 Rd8+ 94. Kc4 Kb8 95. Bb6 Rc8+ 96. Kb5 Ka8 97. Bc7 Rh8 98. Rd7

Rh5+ 99. Kc6 Rh6+ 100. Bd6 Rh5 101. Rd8+ Ka7 102. Bc5+ Rxc5+ 103. Kxc5 Kxa6

104. Rd7 Ka5 105. Ra7# 1-0[/pgn]

[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]

[Date "2016.07.15"]

[Round "25"]

[White "Jonny 7.30"]

[Black "Komodo 10"]

[Result "1-0"]

[BlackElo "3228"]

[ECO "A90"]

[EventDate "2016.06.14"]

[GameDuration "04"]

[Opening "Dutch: 2.c4 Nf6 3.g3 e6 5.Nf3 d5 6.O-O Bd6 7.b3"]

[PlyCount "150"]

[Termination "normal"]

[TimeControl "7200+15"]

[WhiteElo "2963"]

1. Nf3 f5 2. g3 Nf6 3. Bg2 e6 4. O-O d5 5. d4 Bd6 6. c4 c6 7. b3 Qe7 8. Bb2

O-O 9. Ne5 b6 10. cxd5 exd5 11. Qc2 Qe6 12. Nd2 g6 13. Ndf3 Bb7 14. Rac1

Nbd7 15. Nd3 Qe7 16. Nfe5 Rfc8 17. e3 Nf8 18. Rfe1 Ne6 19. Qd1 Rc7 20. Re2

a5 21. Rec2 Rac8 22. Nf4 Ng5 23. h3 Nfe4 24. g4 Ne6 25. Nxe6 Qxe6 26. f3

Ng5 27. f4 Ne4 28. gxf5 Qxf5 29. Qg4 Kh8 30. Bf3 Nf6 31. Qh4 Rg7 32. Rg2

Be7 33. Kh1 Ng8 34. Qg3 Nh6 35. h4 Rf8 36. Qh2 Rfg8 37. Rf1 Bf6 38. e4 Qc8

39. h5 gxh5 40. Qxh5 Rxg2 41. Bxg2 Qf8 42. Bh3 Ba6 43. Rc1 Bd8 44. f5 Rg5

45. Qxh6 Qxh6 46. Nf7+ Kg7 47. Nxh6 Rh5 48. Kg2 Rxh6 49. e5 Kf7 50. f6 Rg6+

51. Kf3 Bxf6 52. exf6 Rxf6+ 53. Ke3 Ke8 54. Bc3 Kd8 55. Be1 Rh6 56. Bg4 Bc8

57. Bf3 Re6+ 58. Kd2 Rg6 59. Bh4+ Kd7 60. Re1 h6 61. Re7+ Kd6 62. Rh7 Bg4

63. Bg3+ Ke6 64. Bxg4+ Rxg4 65. Rxh6+ Kd7 66. Bf2 b5 67. Ke3 a4 68. Kf3 Re4

69. bxa4 bxa4 70. Rh7+ Kc8 71. Ra7 Kb8 72. Rxa4 c5 73. Ra5 cxd4 74. Rb5+

Ka7 75. Rxd5 Re6 76. Rxd4 Ka8 77. Be3 Rc6 78. Ke4 Kb7 79. a4 Rc8 80. Rb4+

Ka6 81. Kd5 Ka5 82. Re4 Rc2 83. Bg5 Rh2 84. Bd8+ Ka6 85. Re6+ Kb7 86. Bb6

Rh5+ 87. Kc4 Rh2 88. Bc5 Ra2 89. Kd5 Rd2+ 90. Bd4 Rc2 91. a5 Rc8 92. a6+

Ka8 93. Re7 Rd8+ 94. Kc4 Kb8 95. Bb6 Rc8+ 96. Kb5 Ka8 97. Bc7 Rh8 98. Rd7

Rh5+ 99. Kc6 Rh6+ 100. Bd6 Rh5 101. Rd8+ Ka7 102. Bc5+ Rxc5+ 103. Kxc5 Kxa6

104. Rd7 Ka5 105. Ra7# 1-0[/pgn]

Funny I thought it was against forum rules here to keep removing/re posting same stuff...but you seem to be able to do what you like.

However it does not matter how often you do that, because we all know what your views regarding Stockfish/Komodo are...still it gives you

something to do I guess...... perhaps you could actually try playing chess somewhere

However it does not matter how often you do that, because we all know what your views regarding Stockfish/Komodo are...still it gives you

something to do I guess...... perhaps you could actually try playing chess somewhere

Deja Vu :)

[pgn][Event "WCCC 2015"]

[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]

[Date "2015.07.01"]

[Round "5.3"]

[White "Jonny"]

[Black "Komodo"]

[Result "1-0"]

1.d4 c6 2.c4 Nf6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 a6 5.e3 g6 6.Bd3 Bg7 7.O-O O-O 8.Qc2 Bg4 9.Ne5 Be6

10.c5 Nbd7 11.Nxd7 Qxd7 12.Na4 Rae8 13.Nb6 Qc7 14.Bd2 Nd7 15.Na4 f6 16.f4 Bg4 17.h3

Be6 18.Kh1 Bh6 19.h4 Bg7 20.h5 f5 21.hxg6 hxg6 22.g4 Nf6 23.g5 Ne4 24.Kg2 Qb8 25.b3

Bd7 26.Nb6 Bc8 27.Rh1 Kf7 28.Raf1 Rh8 29.Ba5 Be6 30.Kf3 Rxh1 31.Rxh1 Rh8 32.Qg2 Qg8

33.Rh3 Rxh3+ 34.Qxh3 Ke8 35.Qh2 Kf7 36.Qh4 Qh8 37.Qxh8 Bxh8 38.Ke2 Bg7 39.Kd1 Ke8

40.Kc2 Bf7 41.Be1 Bg8 42.Kd1 Bf8 43.Na4 Bf7 44.Ke2 Kd7 45.Nb6+ Kd8 46.Ba5 Ke8 47.Na4

Be6 48.Bc7 Bg7 49.Ke1 Bf7 50.Nb6 Bg8 51.Kd1 Bf7 52.Kc1 Bg8 53.Kc2 Bh8 54.Bb8 Bg7

55.Kd1 Kd8 56.Bb1 Ng3 57.Bc2 Ne4 58.Na4 Kd7 59.Ke1 Bf7 60.Ke2 Kc8 61.Ba7 Kd8 62.Nb2

Kc7 63.Bb6+ Kd7 64.Kf1 Nc3 65.Nd1 Ne4 66.Kg2 Be6 67.Kg1 Bg8 68.Nb2 Ke8 69.Kf1 Kd7

70.Nd3 Nc3 71.Kf2 Ne4+ 72.Ke1 Kc8 73.Ba5 Kd7 74.a3 Bf7 75.a4 Be8 76.Kf1 Bf7 77.Bd1

Kc8 78.Ke1 Kd7 79.Bf3 Be6 80.Kf1 Bf7 81.Ke2 Ng3+ 82.Ke1 Ne4 83.Kd1 Ng3 84.Bg2 Kc8

85.Ke1 Kd7 86.Kd2 Ne4+ 87.Kc1 Be6 88.Kc2 Bf7 89.Kb2 Be6 90.Kb1 Kc8 91.Kc2 Kd7 92.Kc1

Bg8 93.Kd1 Ng3 94.Kc2 Ne4 95.Ne1 Kc8 96.Bb6 Bf7 97.Kc1 Kd7 98.Bf3 Ng3 99.Kd2 Nf1+

100.Kd3 Ng3 101.Kc3 Ne4+ 102.Kb2 Ng3 103.Kc2 Nf1 104.Ng2 Bg8 105.Kc3 Ng3 106.Kb2 Ne4

107.Kc2 Bf7 108.Kd3 Bf8 109.b4 Bg7 110.Kc2 Ke6 111.Ne1 Be8 112.Bg2 Kf7 113.Nd3 Bd7

114.Bc7 Bc8 115.Kc1 Bd7 116.Bb6 Be8 117.Kd1 Ke6 118.Bc7 Bf8 119.Ke1 Kf7 120.Ne5+ Ke6

121.Ke2 Bg7 122.Nd3 Bf8 123.Be5 Nc3+ 124.Kd2 Ne4+ 125.Kc1 Kf7 126.Kd1 Bd7 127.Kc2 Be8

128.Kc1 Nc3129.Nf2 Nxa4 130.Kc2 b6 131.Nd3 b5 132.Kd2 Ke6 133.Bf3 Kf7 134.Bd1 Ke6

135.Bxa4 bxa4 136.Kc3 a3 137.Kb3 Kd7 138.Kxa3 Kc8 139.Kb3 Kb7 140.Ka4 Bd7 141.Ka5 Ka7

142.Nb2 Kb7 143.Na4 Bc8 144.Nb6 Be6 145.Na8 Bc8 146.Nc7 Ka7 147.Bh8 e6 148.Na8 Kxa8

149.Kb6 Bb7 150.Kc7 Ka7 151.Bf6 a5 152.bxa5 Ba8 153.Kd7 Bb7 154.Kxe6 Ba6 155.Kf7 Bc4

156.Kxg6 Ka6 157.Kf7 Bxc5 158.g6 1-0[/pgn]

[pgn][Event "WCCC 2015"]

[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]

[Date "2015.07.01"]

[Round "5.3"]

[White "Jonny"]

[Black "Komodo"]

[Result "1-0"]

1.d4 c6 2.c4 Nf6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 a6 5.e3 g6 6.Bd3 Bg7 7.O-O O-O 8.Qc2 Bg4 9.Ne5 Be6

10.c5 Nbd7 11.Nxd7 Qxd7 12.Na4 Rae8 13.Nb6 Qc7 14.Bd2 Nd7 15.Na4 f6 16.f4 Bg4 17.h3

Be6 18.Kh1 Bh6 19.h4 Bg7 20.h5 f5 21.hxg6 hxg6 22.g4 Nf6 23.g5 Ne4 24.Kg2 Qb8 25.b3

Bd7 26.Nb6 Bc8 27.Rh1 Kf7 28.Raf1 Rh8 29.Ba5 Be6 30.Kf3 Rxh1 31.Rxh1 Rh8 32.Qg2 Qg8

33.Rh3 Rxh3+ 34.Qxh3 Ke8 35.Qh2 Kf7 36.Qh4 Qh8 37.Qxh8 Bxh8 38.Ke2 Bg7 39.Kd1 Ke8

40.Kc2 Bf7 41.Be1 Bg8 42.Kd1 Bf8 43.Na4 Bf7 44.Ke2 Kd7 45.Nb6+ Kd8 46.Ba5 Ke8 47.Na4

Be6 48.Bc7 Bg7 49.Ke1 Bf7 50.Nb6 Bg8 51.Kd1 Bf7 52.Kc1 Bg8 53.Kc2 Bh8 54.Bb8 Bg7

55.Kd1 Kd8 56.Bb1 Ng3 57.Bc2 Ne4 58.Na4 Kd7 59.Ke1 Bf7 60.Ke2 Kc8 61.Ba7 Kd8 62.Nb2

Kc7 63.Bb6+ Kd7 64.Kf1 Nc3 65.Nd1 Ne4 66.Kg2 Be6 67.Kg1 Bg8 68.Nb2 Ke8 69.Kf1 Kd7

70.Nd3 Nc3 71.Kf2 Ne4+ 72.Ke1 Kc8 73.Ba5 Kd7 74.a3 Bf7 75.a4 Be8 76.Kf1 Bf7 77.Bd1

Kc8 78.Ke1 Kd7 79.Bf3 Be6 80.Kf1 Bf7 81.Ke2 Ng3+ 82.Ke1 Ne4 83.Kd1 Ng3 84.Bg2 Kc8

85.Ke1 Kd7 86.Kd2 Ne4+ 87.Kc1 Be6 88.Kc2 Bf7 89.Kb2 Be6 90.Kb1 Kc8 91.Kc2 Kd7 92.Kc1

Bg8 93.Kd1 Ng3 94.Kc2 Ne4 95.Ne1 Kc8 96.Bb6 Bf7 97.Kc1 Kd7 98.Bf3 Ng3 99.Kd2 Nf1+

100.Kd3 Ng3 101.Kc3 Ne4+ 102.Kb2 Ng3 103.Kc2 Nf1 104.Ng2 Bg8 105.Kc3 Ng3 106.Kb2 Ne4

107.Kc2 Bf7 108.Kd3 Bf8 109.b4 Bg7 110.Kc2 Ke6 111.Ne1 Be8 112.Bg2 Kf7 113.Nd3 Bd7

114.Bc7 Bc8 115.Kc1 Bd7 116.Bb6 Be8 117.Kd1 Ke6 118.Bc7 Bf8 119.Ke1 Kf7 120.Ne5+ Ke6

121.Ke2 Bg7 122.Nd3 Bf8 123.Be5 Nc3+ 124.Kd2 Ne4+ 125.Kc1 Kf7 126.Kd1 Bd7 127.Kc2 Be8

128.Kc1 Nc3129.Nf2 Nxa4 130.Kc2 b6 131.Nd3 b5 132.Kd2 Ke6 133.Bf3 Kf7 134.Bd1 Ke6

135.Bxa4 bxa4 136.Kc3 a3 137.Kb3 Kd7 138.Kxa3 Kc8 139.Kb3 Kb7 140.Ka4 Bd7 141.Ka5 Ka7

142.Nb2 Kb7 143.Na4 Bc8 144.Nb6 Be6 145.Na8 Bc8 146.Nc7 Ka7 147.Bh8 e6 148.Na8 Kxa8

149.Kb6 Bb7 150.Kc7 Ka7 151.Bf6 a5 152.bxa5 Ba8 153.Kd7 Bb7 154.Kxe6 Ba6 155.Kf7 Bc4

156.Kxg6 Ka6 157.Kf7 Bxc5 158.g6 1-0[/pgn]

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