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many of my friends who played and learned chess
for dozens of years can't win over darky 0.5d
darky is that good and that strong
darky is ranked somewhere around 1600 elo among engines

and I let SF and darky play
to test how strong SF Oct 9th is

SF won in 12 moves (no opening book was used)
SF won in 22 moves (almost no opening book was used)


***


3250 elo Vs. 1600 elo
is a very good way to know the raw power of 3250
from the following analogy


if we stand on top of the Grand Canyon
we don't feel any fear from height
cuz human perception can't comprehend such a long inscrutible distance
from the top to bottom accurately
so we don't feel any fear
it is holistically surreal


but if we stand on top of a small cliff
that is only 6 stories high
and look down at the bottom
then we can feel a great deal of fear from height
cuz that height is something human perception can perceive accurately

***

thus, if we watch 3250 Vs. 3250 engine match
we don't feel and can't feel how powerful 3250 is

we can only truely understand how powerful 3250 is
only when we scale down the capacity of it


so I let fish Vs. darky accrue
3250 Vs. 1600

darky is very good and strong
darky and other engines of that elo range are beautiful engines
for many chess learners and students of chess

after watching the matches of
SF Vs. darky
I can now feel the power of 3250!





[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.10.12"]
[Round "-"]
[White "Stockfish 091013"]
[Black "Darky 0.5d"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "1. +0.22 1... -0.35"]

1. e4 {+0.22/16} Nc6 {-0.35/6 3} 2. d4 {+0.48/17 0.8} d5 {-0.30/6 2.9} 3.
exd5 {+0.60/15 0.7} Qxd5 {-0.50/6 2.7} 4. Nf3 {+0.56/16 0.8} Bg4
{-0.50/6 2.6} 5. Nc3 {+0.62/15 1.1} Qe6+ {-0.40/6 2.5} 6. Be3
{+1.21/15 0.8} Bxf3 {-0.85/6 2.3} 7. Qxf3 {+2.08/16 0.8} Nxd4 {-0.15/5 2.2}
8. Qxb7 {+6.74/13 0.3} Rd8 {-1.90/6 2.1} 9. O-O-O {+7.43/17 0.9} c5
{-3.40/6 2.0} 10. Bb5+ {+20.21/16 0.5} Nxb5 {-6.05/7 1.9} 11. Qxb5+
{+21.57/17 0.7} Qd7 {-9.90/7 1.8} 12. Rxd7 {+22.74/18 0.8} Rxd7
{-11.50/7 1.7}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0





[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.10.12"]
[Round "-"]
[White "Stockfish 091013"]
[Black "Darky 0.5d"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "3. +0.16 3... -0.20"]

1. d4 d5 2. -- -- 3. Nf3 {+0.16/18 2.1} Nc6 {-0.20/6 3} 4. e3
{+0.22/17 1.1} Bf5 {-0.30/6 2.9} 5. Bb5 {+0.48/16 1.3} Qd6 {-0.30/6 2.7} 6.
c4 {+0.88/15 2.2} Bxb1 {+0.00/6 2.6} 7. Rxb1 {+1.73/16 0.8} dxc4
{-0.15/6 2.5} 8. O-O {+1.35/15 2.2} Qb4 {-0.40/6 2.3} 9. Bxc6+
{+2.02/17 1.2} bxc6 {-0.80/7 2.2} 10. Bd2 {+1.95/19 1.7} Qb5 {-0.55/6 2.1}
11. Qc2 {+2.04/19 6} Nf6 {-0.75/5 2.0} 12. a4 {+1.85/19 0.9} Qd5
{-0.65/6 1.9} 13. Rfc1 {+1.85/19 0.5} O-O-O {-0.70/6 1.8} 14. b3
{+3.95/15 1.2} cxb3 {+0.20/6 1.7} 15. Rxb3 {+4.04/15 0.8} Ne4 {-0.10/5 1.6}
16. Ba5 {+4.30/17 0.7} Qxa5 {+0.60/5 1.5} 17. Qxc6 {+11.45/14 0.3} Rd6
{-0.50/5 1.5} 18. Qb7+ {+12.52/16 0.3} Kd7 {+0.05/6 1.4} 19. Rb5
{+17.41/14 0.5} Qxa4 {-1.00/6 1.3} 20. Rxc7+ {+99.95/100 0.2} Ke8
{-99.96/6 1.3} 21. Rc8+ {+99.97/100} Rd8 {-99.98/7 1.2} 22. Qc6#
{+99.99/100}
{Xboard adjudication: Checkmate} 1-0

descriptionthe raw power of stockfish Oct 9th - testing engines EmptyRe: the raw power of stockfish Oct 9th - testing engines

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