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this place is dedicated for the extroardinary matches
among world's best engines
we watch engine matches and
when we find some amazing matches
we can share with others by posting here!

I also watch so many engine versus engine matches
among the best engines
and I sometimes not that often but sporadically see a match
that is something beyond amazing!
some matches are something that can't be imagined
we must see those kinds of unbelievable matches to believe it
if I watch 100 engine matches among the best engines
less than 6 are those kinds of dazzling and splendid matches
and whenever I see those sorts of matches
I think many of us must see this
I shouldn't be the only one who watched this kind of fabulous match
that's why I think I can post such perfect matches here!

whenever I find such fabulous matches
I'll post the pgn with
some brief descriptions!

***

update:

I found a match and I'll soon post it

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(continued from the above post)

in the picture (move 60)
we can see that
black is leading with 2 points in terms of material
(black: 1 B = 3, white: 1 P = 1)

but black's 2 Rs and 1 Q are sequestered
and isolated from the king
2 Rs and 1 Q are confined in the area
and B is occluding K's escape route

it is a squeeze and a kind of zugzwang
there is a mass pawn bottleneck

and white can positionally play very well
when even losing by 2 material points
(white can get rid of the common opinion that
engines should play better positionally;
perhaps that is a superb positional play of an engine)



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 1qwerq10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.12"]
[Round "12"]
[White "Stockfish 111113"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.34   17... +0.02"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Re1 b5 7. Bb3 O-O 8.
c3 d6 9. h3 Nb8 10. d4 Nbd7 11. c4 c6 12. Nc3 b4 13. Na4 c5 14. d5 a5 15.
Bc2 Bb7 16. a3 Re8 17. Be3 {+0.34/15 1.2} h6 {+0.02/14 1.9} 18. b3
{+0.30/16 6} Nh7 {-0.04/14 1.2} 19. Nb2 {+0.36/15 4} Ndf8 {-0.07/14 4} 20.
Nd3 {+0.40/15 1.1} Qb6 {-0.05/13 1.5} 21. Ra2 {+0.40/16 1.1} Nf6
{-0.10/14 1.0} 22. Bd2 {+0.43/17 1.3} Qd8 {-0.18/14 1.0} 23. Qe2
{+0.43/18 1.0} Ng6 {-0.21/15 3} 24. Rea1 {+0.40/16 1.5} Qb6 {-0.17/15 1.7}
25. Nh2 {+0.48/17 2.9} Qc7 {-0.18/14 0.9} 26. Ng4 {+0.66/16 2.8} Nxg4
{-0.25/13 1.2} 27. Qxg4 {+0.56/18 1.6} Reb8 {-0.31/14 1.2} 28. g3
{+0.64/17 1.2} Bc8 {-0.09/14 1.7} 29. Qh5 {+0.72/15 1.1} Qb7 {-0.10/14 1.5}
30. Qf3 {+0.50/15 1.6} Nf8 {-0.05/14 0.9} 31. Qg2 {+0.30/15 2.2} Nd7
{-0.03/13 1.6} 32. Be3 {+0.28/16 1.8} Bd8 {-0.09/13 1.0} 33. Bd1
{+0.28/14 0.9} Bf6 {-0.07/14 1.9} 34. Qf1 {+0.38/13 1.2} Be7 {-0.03/14 1.4}
35. f4 {+0.38/15 1.7} Bf6 {+0.01/14 1.0} 36. f5 {+0.26/15 0.9} Bd8
{-0.04/15 1.1} 37. a4 {+0.26/16 1.5} Nf6 {+0.06/17 1.2} 38. Bf3
{+0.26/17 0.6} Qe7 {+0.11/17 1.3} 39. Rf2 {+0.34/14 1.2} Bb7 {+0.12/17 1.3}
40. Re1 {+0.28/17 1.8} Bb6 {+0.08/17 1.1} 41. Qe2 {+0.32/17 1.0} Re8
{+0.10/17 0.9} 42. Rff1 {+0.34/18 0.6} Nh7 {+0.04/14 1.2} 43. Nf2
{+0.50/16 1.3} Bc7 {+0.04/15 0.9} 44. Ng4 {+0.96/16 0.6} h5 {+0.08/14 1.7}
45. f6 {+0.90/15 1.6} Qd7 {-0.68/15 2.1} 46. Kh2 {+0.52/15 1.8} Bc8
{+0.27/12 1.2} 47. Qf2 {+0.16/15 1.3} Bd8 {+0.91/13 0.9} 48. fxg7
{-0.48/16 0.8} hxg4 {+0.91/12} 49. Bxg4 {-0.26/18 0.7} Qb7 {+0.65/14 1.4}
50. Bxc8 {-0.22/16 0.5} Rxc8 {+0.66/12} 51. Qe2 {-0.20/18 1.3} Bf6
{+0.86/16 1.4} 52. Rf5 {-0.20/18 0.7} Bxg7 {+0.79/17 1.7} 53. Ref1
{-0.12/17 0.6} Re7 {+0.43/16 4} 54. h4 {-0.10/17 0.5} Qd7 {+0.35/15 1.9}
55. h5 {+0.00/16 0.5} Bf8 {+0.43/15 0.8} 56. h6 {+0.00/17 0.5} Qe8
{+0.43/15 0.6} 57. Bg5 {-0.08/19 1.4} Rd7 {-0.16/15 1.1} 58. Bf6
{+0.46/20 0.9} Nxf6 {-0.90/15 0.8} 59. Rxf6 {+1.63/15 0.5} Kh7
{-1.74/14 1.0} 60. Qh5 {+2.10/16 0.5} Kg8 {-2.21/13 0.5} 61. R1f5
{+3.41/18 1.2} Rb8 {-2.21/13 1.0} 62. Rg5+ {+99.83/16 1.4} Kh8
{-99.84/18 1.2} 63. Rg4 {+99.85/18 1.7} Be7 {-99.86/24 0.8} 64. Qf5
{+99.87/21 1.2} Bd8 {-99.88/22}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



64. Qf5 {+99.87/21} Bd8 {-99.88/22}


***
***


(move 50)
white is dominating the left side
white did a lot of attacks and
weakened black's left side earlier

white's perspicacious positional play came into effect

white opened up the left side earlier
with meticulous tactical play

we can see white's super dominating pushing ability



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 2qwert10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.12"]
[Round "101"]
[White "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Black "Stockfish 111113"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.50   17... +0.66"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e5 7. Nb3 Be6 8.
f3 h5 9. Be2 Nbd7 10. Nd5 Bxd5 11. exd5 g6 12. Qd2 Bg7 13. O-O b6 14. c4
O-O 15. h3 Re8 16. Rad1 Nh7 17. Bd3 {+0.50/15 8} Nhf6 {+0.66/14 1.1} 18.
Qf2 {+0.57/14 0.9} Qc7 {+0.68/16 5} 19. Nd2 {+0.59/14 0.9} Nc5
{+0.80/16 2.1} 20. Bb1 {+0.57/14 1.3} b5 {+0.84/13 1.2} 21. cxb5
{+0.58/15 1.9} axb5 {+0.98/14 1.6} 22. Ne4 {+0.65/14 0.9} Ncxe4
{-1.07/16 4} 23. fxe4 {+0.84/16 2.9} Ra4 {-1.33/17 2.6} 24. Qf3
{+0.90/14 1.4} Qd7 {-1.45/17 6} 25. Rd2 {+1.12/13 0.9} Nh7 {-1.67/17 2.2}
26. Rc2 {+1.07/14 1.1} Bf6 {-1.43/14 0.8} 27. Rfc1 {+1.03/14 2.0} Rf8
{-1.69/15 2.3} 28. Rc7 {+1.70/14 1.1} Qd8 {-1.97/15 1.5} 29. b3
{+1.70/15 1.1} Ra8 {-1.83/16 1.9} 30. R1c6 {+1.60/15 1.7} Bg5
{-1.95/15 1.1} 31. Bf2 {+1.79/15 1.8} b4 {-1.93/16 1.9} 32. Be1
{+1.70/14 0.9} Rb8 {-1.97/13 1.3} 33. Ra7 {+1.87/15 1.7} Bh4 {-1.75/15 1.5}
34. g3 {+1.77/15 0.9} Be7 {-1.55/15 1.5} 35. Kg2 {+2.29/14 1.7} Ng5
{-1.93/15 0.9} 36. Qe2 {+2.41/15 0.9} Ra8 {-2.66/16 2.7} 37. Rxa8
{+2.35/15 1.8} Qxa8 {-2.76/16 0.5} 38. h4 {+2.37/16 0.8} Nh7 {-2.54/17 0.5}
39. Bxb4 {+2.37/14} Qb8 {-2.62/18 1.9} 40. Bd2 {+2.36/16 3} Nf6
{-2.72/15 1.2} 41. Qa6 {+2.67/16 5} Ng4 {-2.60/17 0.7} 42. b4
{+3.02/13 1.0} Qd8 {-2.64/15 1.7} 43. b5 {+3.62/12 0.6} Bxh4 {-3.35/13 0.7}
44. Qb6 {+3.85/14 2.5} Qxb6 {-3.67/14 0.5} 45. Rxb6 {+3.55/12} Be7
{-4.06/15 0.6} 46. Rb7 {+3.60/15 0.8} f5 {-4.42/15 0.7} 47. exf5
{+3.59/13 0.9} Bf6 {-4.30/16 1.1} 48. b6 {+4.03/13 1.5} e4 {-4.78/14 1.4}
49. Bxe4 {+3.96/14 0.7} Bd4 {-4.94/14 0.8} 50. a4 {+4.53/12 1.1} gxf5
{-4.92/15 0.3} 51. Bf3 {+4.54/11} Ne5 {-5.07/12 0.4} 52. Bh6 {+4.26/13 0.5}
Rd8 {-4.76/13 0.4}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0

[/pgn]



52. Bh6 {+4.26/13} Rd8 {-4.76/13}


***
***


(move 32)

black got a super fast win as black
and we'll see a super gigantic mass pawn push
that conquered opponent's left side



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 3qtqrw10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.12"]
[Round "135"]
[White "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Black "Stockfish 111113"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "7. -0.01   9... +0.42"]

1. b4 e5 2. Bb2 Bxb4 3. Bxe5 Nf6 4. Nc3 Be7 5. e3 O-O 6. Nf3 a6 7. Bd3
{-0.01/15 1.5} d6 8. Bf4 {-0.04/16 1.4} b5 9. O-O {-0.03/14 1.3} c5
{+0.42/15 2.2} 10. h3 {-0.05/13 1.4} Nc6 {+0.38/14 0.7} 11. a4
{-0.12/14 0.8} b4 {+0.74/15 0.8} 12. Ne4 {-0.26/14 2.8} d5 {+0.68/16 1.9}
13. Nxf6+ {-0.04/16 1.3} Bxf6 {+0.68/18 1.0} 14. Rc1 {-0.26/16 6} c4
{+1.23/16 1.5} 15. Be2 {-0.49/15 4} Qa5 {+1.35/16 1.3} 16. Bd6
{-0.49/15 0.9} Rd8 {+1.63/17 0.8} 17. Bg3 {-0.65/15 1.1} Qxa4
{+1.79/17 1.2} 18. Bc7 {-0.75/15 1.2} Rd7 {+2.10/15 1.1} 19. Bg3
{-0.61/13 0.9} a5 {+2.30/15 1.3} 20. d3 {-1.32/14 5} Qb5 {+2.36/18 1.2} 21.
Nd2 {-1.37/13 0.6} Ba6 {+2.44/17 0.8} 22. d4 {-1.59/13 3} a4 {+2.76/14 0.8}
23. Ra1 {-1.69/13 0.6} a3 {+2.88/15 1.1} 24. Bf4 {-1.49/12 1.4} Qa4
{+3.39/16 2.9} 25. Re1 {-2.05/12 1.4} Rb7 {+3.61/16 2.2} 26. Bf3
{-2.29/12 1.2} Rd8 {+3.79/16 2.3} 27. Be2 {-2.44/13 0.8} Be7 {+3.71/16 4}
28. Bg3 {-2.52/13 4} Bb5 {+3.81/15 1.5} 29. Bf3 {-2.68/13 3} a2
{+4.52/15 1.5} 30. Bh2 {-3.01/11 0.8} Na5 {+5.09/14 1.4} 31. Nb1
{-2.94/11 0.3} Bc6 {+5.25/16 2.4} 32. Re2 {-3.63/11 1.0} b3 {+6.06/16 1.3}
33. cxb3 {-4.82/12 1.5} cxb3 {+6.32/17 1.0} 34. Nc3 {-5.14/13 1.1} Qa3
{+6.66/16 0.9} 35. Nb1 {-5.32/13 1.0}
{Xboard adjudication} 0-1
[/pgn]



35. Nb1 {-5.32/13}

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(continued from the above post)

SF versus Houdini
right after the opening book is no longer used
the board position was detrimental for black

17. Bxa8 {+1.87/14} Qxa8 {+0.99/10}
from SF's eval
white is leading by 1.87 points
while from H's eval
black is trailing behind SF by 0.99 eval

that's a huge lead for the white due to the opening choice
there is a huge gap to fill up from the get-go



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.11"]
[Round "88"]
[White "Stockfish 111113"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[TimeControl "60/60"]
[Annotator "17. +1.87 17... -0.99"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be3 Bg7 7. f3 Nc6 8.
Qd2 O-O 9. Bc4 Bd7 10. Bb3 Nxd4 11. Bxd4 b5 12. h4 a5 13. h5 a4 14. Bd5 b4
15. Bxf6 exf6 16. Ne2 f5 17. Bxa8 {+1.87/14 3} Qxa8 {-0.99/10 0.7} 18. Qxd6
{+1.95/14 1.4} Be6 {-0.85/12 1.1} 19. hxg6 {+1.85/14 1.4} hxg6
{-0.46/13 2.0} 20. Nf4 {+1.67/14 1.7} Rd8 {-0.50/13 1.1} 21. Qe7
{+1.33/15 1.0} Re8 {-0.28/12 1.2} 22. Qh4 {+1.57/14 1.4} Qc8 {-0.44/13 1.6}
23. e5 {+1.27/14 3} a3 {-0.19/13 2.3} 24. b3 {+0.06/15 2.9} Bxe5
{+0.43/12 1.0} 25. Rd1 {+0.00/16 1.7} Qxc2 {-0.08/12 1.7} 26. Qh7+
{+0.28/14 1.3} Kf8 {-0.08/11} 27. Nxe6+ {+0.00/15 1.3} Ke7 {+0.13/14 1.1}
28. O-O {-0.16/17 1.4} Rh8 {+0.34/16 2.4} 29. Rd7+ {+0.00/18 1.0} Kxd7
{+0.34/15} 30. Qxf7+ {-0.58/18 3} Kc8 {+0.26/17 1.5} 31. f4 {-0.48/20 1.4}
Bb8 {+0.18/17 1.1} 32. Nd4 {-0.40/20 1.7} Qc5 {+0.18/15} 33. Qf6
{-1.14/20 6} Rd8 {+0.21/17 1.3} 34. Qc6+ {-0.40/20 1.8} Qxc6 {+0.21/16} 35.
Nxc6 {-0.40/23 0.9} Rd3 {+0.17/18 4} 36. Nxb4 {-0.24/17 0.6} Rd2
{+0.19/18 1.4} 37. Rc1+ {-0.32/17 1.2} Kd7 {+0.12/19 8} 38. Rc2
{-0.26/18 1.9} Rd1+ {+0.16/18 1.6} 39. Kf2 {-0.26/19 0.8} Rd4
{+0.12/19 1.0} 40. Nc6 {-0.12/16 0.7} Rxf4+ {+0.12/17} 41. Ke3
{-0.08/18 0.6} Bd6 {+0.10/18 1.4} 42. Nd4 {-0.16/19 0.8} Re4+
{+0.18/16 0.9} 43. Kd3 {-0.16/21 0.8} Rg4 {+0.20/17 1.3} 44. Nb5
{-0.20/19 0.8} Be7 {+0.16/17 1.1} 45. Ke3 {-0.12/19 0.9} Ke6 {+0.12/17 1.0}
46. Kf3 {-0.26/16 2.3} Bh4 {+0.11/17 1.2} 47. Re2+ {-0.02/15 0.5} Kf7
{+0.14/16 0.9} 48. Nd6+ {-0.16/16 0.9} Kg7 {+0.12/17 0.9} 49. Ke3
{+0.00/17 0.6} Be7 {+0.11/17 0.9} 50. Nc4 {+0.00/19 0.5} Rh4 {+0.08/16 2.2}
51. Kd2 {+0.00/19 0.8} Bc5 {+0.10/15 1.2} 52. Re5 {+0.00/18 0.6} Bf8
{+0.14/16 0.9} 53. Re2 {+0.00/17 0.8} Kf6 {+0.15/16 0.9} 54. Kd3
{+0.00/18 0.6} Rh1 {+0.14/16 1.0} 55. Ne5 {+0.00/17 0.7} Rh7 {+0.12/16 1.3}
56. Nc4 {+0.00/19 0.7} Rd7+ {+0.12/17 1.5}
{Xboard adjudication: 50-move rule} 1/2-1/2
[/pgn]



56. Nc4 {+0.00/19} Rd7+ {+0.12/17}

when we watch the pgn match carefully
we will find that at least a few times
houdini does extremely well
houdini makes super sophisticated combinational attacks
to even and level the situation
those moves made by houdini is super complex and
meticulously thought out

***

by the way
as soon as the new SF is released
I'm planning to run a long TC tourney for higher quality matches
SF's elo should go up
since SF does better in long and longer TC
there has been a long draught of new SF releases

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round 14, N, R, P vs R
SF 11 11 vs H



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amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 4twtwt10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "14"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. -0.66   17... +0.44"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. c3 Qb6 5. Nf3 Nc6 6. a3 c4 7. Nbd2 Na5 8. g3
Bd7 9. Bh3 Be7 10. Rb1 h5 11. O-O g5 12. Bg2 g4 13. Ne1 O-O-O 14. Nc2 Ba4
15. Re1 Kb8 16. Nf1 Rf8 17. Bf4 {-0.66/19 10} Bd8 {+0.44/17 10} 18. Nfe3
{-0.42/21} Ne7 {+0.51/19} 19. Bg5 {-0.54/23} Ng6 {+0.55/19} 20. Bxd8
{-0.46/24} Qxd8 {+0.54/19} 21. Rf1 {-0.54/22} Qg5 {+0.54/18} 22. f4
{-0.10/21} gxf3 {+0.58/19} 23. Qxf3 {-0.14/21} Bxc2 {+0.52/19} 24. Nxc2
{-0.02/24} h4 {+0.47/21} 25. Qf6 {+0.00/25} Qh6 {+0.43/19} 26. g4
{+0.00/25} h3 {+0.37/20} 27. Bh1 {+0.08/25} Ka8 {+0.26/18} 28. Rbe1
{+0.06/24} Qh7 {+0.14/18} 29. Ne3 {+0.36/21} Nh4 {+0.00/18} 30. Rf2
{+0.52/22} Nc6 {+0.06/18} 31. Qf4 {+0.36/23} Ne7 {+0.00/19} 32. Bf3
{+0.45/24} Nxf3+ {+0.00/19} 33. Rxf3 {+0.45/26} Nc6 {+0.00/21} 34. Ref1
{+0.37/24} Na5 {+0.00/21} 35. Rg3 {+0.68/23} Nb3 {+0.00/20} 36. g5
{+0.92/22} a6 {-0.06/20} 37. Ng4 {+0.94/24} Qc2 {-0.23/20} 38. Nh6
{+1.17/22} Kb8 {-0.29/17} 39. Rxh3 {+1.41/23} Qxb2 {-0.33/16} 40. Qf2
{+1.23/22} Qxa3 {-0.88/16} 41. Rf3 {+1.33/22} Rh7 {-0.93/16} 42. Nxf7
{+1.73/22} Nc1 {-0.86/16} 43. Nd6 {+2.42/23} Rxf3 {-0.94/17} 44. Qxf3
{+2.58/25} Qa2 {-0.80/18} 45. Qf2 {+2.74/24} Ne2+ {-2.09/17} 46. Kh1
{+4.17/26} Nxc3 {-2.71/19} 47. g6 {+4.16/28} Qxf2 {-2.83/20} 48. Rxf2
{+4.24/28} Rg7 {-2.73/19} 49. Rf8+ {+4.44/27} Ka7 {-3.12/21} 50. Nc8+
{+4.72/26} Kb8 {-3.25/20} 51. Ne7+ {+4.96/25} Ka7 {-3.51/20} 52. Rf7
{+4.82/26} Rxg6 {-4.06/17} 53. Nxg6 {+4.98/26} Kb8 {-4.37/16} 54. Nf4
{+7.71/21} Nb5 {-4.85/17}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



54. Nf4 {+7.71/21} Nb5 {-4.85/17}


***
***



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 1afafa10


this is the match and data from the nTCEC


amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 2asdfa10



direct attack on trapped K with bishop
SF 11 11 vs H
round 2



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qrqry10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "2"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.52   17... -0.27"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nge7 5. c3 g6 6. O-O Bg7 7. d4 exd4 8.
cxd4 b5 9. Bb3 O-O 10. Nc3 d6 11. h3 Na5 12. Bc2 Bb7 13. Ne2 c5 14. d5 Nc4
15. Rb1 Qc7 16. b3 Ne5 17. Nxe5 {+0.52/19 10} Bxe5 {-0.27/18 10} 18. Bh6
{+0.47/20} Rfd8 {-0.25/17} 19. Qd2 {+0.58/18} b4 {-0.21/17} 20. f4
{+0.58/20} Bf6 {-0.34/17} 21. f5 {+0.48/21} gxf5 {-0.32/18} 22. Ng3
{+0.38/20} a5 {-0.24/17} 23. Nh5 {+2.10/20} Bd4+ {-1.08/15} 24. Kh1
{+2.48/21} f4 {-1.24/16} 25. Rxf4 {+2.52/20} Ng6 {-1.68/15} 26. Rbf1
{+2.66/21} Re8 {-1.94/16} 27. Nf6+ {+3.49/20} Bxf6 {-2.70/17} 28. Rxf6
{+3.85/21} Ba6 {-3.18/18} 29. R1f3 {+3.65/19} Rad8 {-3.28/14} 30. Rxf7
{+5.81/21} Qxf7 {-5.45/16} 31. Rxf7 {+7.25/23} Kxf7 {-5.25/18} 32. Qg5
{+7.65/23} Bc8 {-5.29/18}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



32. Qg5 {+7.65/23} Bc8 {-5.29/18}


***
***


SF attacked trapped K with Q
SF 11 11 vs H
round 4



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qwtqt10



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qryqy10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "4"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.60   16... -0.34"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O b5 6. Bb3 Bb7 7. Re1 Be7 8.
c3 d6 9. d4 O-O 10. h3 h6 11. Nbd2 Re8 12. Nf1 Na5 13. Bc2 Nc4 14. b3 Nb6
15. Ng3 Rb8 16. a4 bxa4 {-0.34/17 10} 17. bxa4 {+0.60/18 10} Bf8 {-0.40/16}
18. a5 {+0.48/19} Nbd7 {-0.29/18} 19. Bd2 {+0.54/19} c6 {-0.32/15} 20. Nf5
{+0.70/18} Qc7 {-0.15/16} 21. Qc1 {+0.64/17} Ba8 {-0.20/16} 22. Kh1
{+0.54/18} Rb7 {-0.15/16} 23. N3h4 {+1.15/18} Re6 {-0.15/17} 24. f4
{+0.94/19} exf4 {-0.38/16} 25. Bxf4 {+1.05/21} Rb8 {-0.40/18} 26. Nf3
{+1.25/20} Rbe8 {-0.41/18} 27. e5 {+1.47/19} dxe5 {-0.62/17} 28. dxe5
{+1.31/21} Nd5 {-0.70/18} 29. N5d4 {+1.69/20} R6e7 {-0.61/17} 30. Bh2
{+2.12/20} Qc8 {-0.95/17} 31. Nf5 {+1.58/19} Re6 {-1.65/14} 32. Ra4
{+2.16/18} h5 {-1.77/14} 33. Qg5 {+4.10/20} g6 {-2.20/17} 34. Nh6+
{+4.30/18} Bxh6 {-2.98/15} 35. Qxh6 {+4.64/22} Nf8 {-3.16/18} 36. c4
{+4.98/21} Nc7 {-2.88/18} 37. Ng5 {+4.48/20} c5 {-2.91/18} 38. Rf1
{+4.02/17} R8e7 {-3.18/17} 39. Ra3 {+3.81/17} Ne8 {-2.82/17} 40. Rb3
{+4.04/19} Ng7 {-2.90/17} 41. Rf6 {+4.18/22} Qc6 {-2.82/16} 42. Rf2
{+3.97/20} Qe8 {-3.08/17} 43. Bg3 {+3.83/18} Rd7 {-3.31/15} 44. Nxe6
{+6.48/20} Nfxe6 {-4.58/15} 45. Bh4 {+6.70/22} Bc6 {-5.04/17} 46. Rb6
{+6.92/22} Qc8 {-5.66/16}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



46. Rb6 {+6.92/22} Qc8 {-5.66/16}


***
***


power push of a pawn
SF 11 11 vs H
round 6



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qbtqbt10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "6"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.52   17... -0.29"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nd4 4. Nxd4 exd4 5. O-O Bc5 6. d3 c6 7. Ba4 d6
8. Nd2 Nf6 9. Nb3 Bb6 10. Bg5 Qe7 11. Bh4 h6 12. Nd2 g5 13. Bg3 Bg4 14. f3
Be6 15. f4 Ng4 16. f5 Ne3 17. Qh5 {+0.52/20 10} Bd7 {-0.29/16 10} 18. Bb3
{+0.68/21} a5 {-0.27/17} 19. a4 {+0.92/19} O-O-O {-0.51/16} 20. f6
{+0.82/21} Qf8 {-0.63/17} 21. Bxf7 {+1.18/21} Bc7 {-0.36/16} 22. h3
{+1.41/20} g4 {-0.40/15} 23. h4 {+1.49/20} Kb8 {-0.60/17} 24. e5 {+2.20/20}
Nxf1 {-1.51/16} 25. Rxf1 {+2.72/22} dxe5 {-1.83/17} 26. Bxe5 {+2.84/22} b6
{-2.10/16} 27. Ne4 {+3.11/21} Qb4 {-2.23/16} 28. Bb3 {+3.53/21} Bc8
{-2.93/15} 29. f7 {+4.10/23} Bxe5 {-3.85/16} 30. Qxe5+ {+4.26/21} Ka7
{-3.91/18} 31. Nf6 {+5.27/22} Rhf8 {-4.18/17} 32. Nh7 {+5.75/22} Bb7
{-4.07/18} 33. Nxf8 {+6.56/21} Rxf8 {-4.17/18}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



the last move
33. Nxf8 {+6.56/21} Rxf8 {-4.17/18}

that is a very fast win

***

I planned total of 8 matches for SF and houdini
I here have 4 SF's winning matches posted
next time when I post the new post
I will post 4 fabulous and amazing matches of H won
there are so many matches in which houdini wins
with super dazzling tactics and sophisticated planning
those matches are groundbreaking


Last edited by thorhammer on Sat Nov 23, 2013 7:09 pm; edited 1 time in total

descriptionamazing top-quality matches among world's top engines EmptyRe: amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines

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what was the time control for these games?

descriptionamazing top-quality matches among world's top engines EmptyRe: amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines

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@Fauzi wrote:
what was the time control for these games?

10 sec per move
fixed time per move TC thumb up 

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@thorhammer wrote:

round 14, N, R, P vs R
SF 11 11 vs H



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 3asdfa10



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 4twtwt10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]



[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "14"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. -0.66   17... +0.44"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. c3 Qb6 5. Nf3 Nc6 6. a3 c4 7. Nbd2 Na5 8. g3
Bd7 9. Bh3 Be7 10. Rb1 h5 11. O-O g5 12. Bg2 g4 13. Ne1 O-O-O 14. Nc2 Ba4
15. Re1 Kb8 16. Nf1 Rf8 17. Bf4 {-0.66/19 10} Bd8 {+0.44/17 10} 18. Nfe3
{-0.42/21} Ne7 {+0.51/19} 19. Bg5 {-0.54/23} Ng6 {+0.55/19} 20. Bxd8
{-0.46/24} Qxd8 {+0.54/19} 21. Rf1 {-0.54/22} Qg5 {+0.54/18} 22. f4
{-0.10/21} gxf3 {+0.58/19} 23. Qxf3 {-0.14/21} Bxc2 {+0.52/19} 24. Nxc2
{-0.02/24} h4 {+0.47/21} 25. Qf6 {+0.00/25} Qh6 {+0.43/19} 26. g4
{+0.00/25} h3 {+0.37/20} 27. Bh1 {+0.08/25} Ka8 {+0.26/18} 28. Rbe1
{+0.06/24} Qh7 {+0.14/18} 29. Ne3 {+0.36/21} Nh4 {+0.00/18} 30. Rf2
{+0.52/22} Nc6 {+0.06/18} 31. Qf4 {+0.36/23} Ne7 {+0.00/19} 32. Bf3
{+0.45/24} Nxf3+ {+0.00/19} 33. Rxf3 {+0.45/26} Nc6 {+0.00/21} 34. Ref1
{+0.37/24} Na5 {+0.00/21} 35. Rg3 {+0.68/23} Nb3 {+0.00/20} 36. g5
{+0.92/22} a6 {-0.06/20} 37. Ng4 {+0.94/24} Qc2 {-0.23/20} 38. Nh6
{+1.17/22} Kb8 {-0.29/17} 39. Rxh3 {+1.41/23} Qxb2 {-0.33/16} 40. Qf2
{+1.23/22} Qxa3 {-0.88/16} 41. Rf3 {+1.33/22} Rh7 {-0.93/16} 42. Nxf7
{+1.73/22} Nc1 {-0.86/16} 43. Nd6 {+2.42/23} Rxf3 {-0.94/17} 44. Qxf3
{+2.58/25} Qa2 {-0.80/18} 45. Qf2 {+2.74/24} Ne2+ {-2.09/17} 46. Kh1
{+4.17/26} Nxc3 {-2.71/19} 47. g6 {+4.16/28} Qxf2 {-2.83/20} 48. Rxf2
{+4.24/28} Rg7 {-2.73/19} 49. Rf8+ {+4.44/27} Ka7 {-3.12/21} 50. Nc8+
{+4.72/26} Kb8 {-3.25/20} 51. Ne7+ {+4.96/25} Ka7 {-3.51/20} 52. Rf7
{+4.82/26} Rxg6 {-4.06/17} 53. Nxg6 {+4.98/26} Kb8 {-4.37/16} 54. Nf4
{+7.71/21} Nb5 {-4.85/17}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



54. Nf4 {+7.71/21} Nb5 {-4.85/17}


***
***



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 1afafa10


this is the match and data from the nTCEC


amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines 2asdfa10



direct attack on trapped K with bishop
SF 11 11 vs H
round 2



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qrqry10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "2"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.52   17... -0.27"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nge7 5. c3 g6 6. O-O Bg7 7. d4 exd4 8.
cxd4 b5 9. Bb3 O-O 10. Nc3 d6 11. h3 Na5 12. Bc2 Bb7 13. Ne2 c5 14. d5 Nc4
15. Rb1 Qc7 16. b3 Ne5 17. Nxe5 {+0.52/19 10} Bxe5 {-0.27/18 10} 18. Bh6
{+0.47/20} Rfd8 {-0.25/17} 19. Qd2 {+0.58/18} b4 {-0.21/17} 20. f4
{+0.58/20} Bf6 {-0.34/17} 21. f5 {+0.48/21} gxf5 {-0.32/18} 22. Ng3
{+0.38/20} a5 {-0.24/17} 23. Nh5 {+2.10/20} Bd4+ {-1.08/15} 24. Kh1
{+2.48/21} f4 {-1.24/16} 25. Rxf4 {+2.52/20} Ng6 {-1.68/15} 26. Rbf1
{+2.66/21} Re8 {-1.94/16} 27. Nf6+ {+3.49/20} Bxf6 {-2.70/17} 28. Rxf6
{+3.85/21} Ba6 {-3.18/18} 29. R1f3 {+3.65/19} Rad8 {-3.28/14} 30. Rxf7
{+5.81/21} Qxf7 {-5.45/16} 31. Rxf7 {+7.25/23} Kxf7 {-5.25/18} 32. Qg5
{+7.65/23} Bc8 {-5.29/18}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



32. Qg5 {+7.65/23} Bc8 {-5.29/18}


***
***


SF attacked trapped K with Q
SF 11 11 vs H
round 4



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qwtqt10



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qryqy10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "4"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.60   16... -0.34"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O b5 6. Bb3 Bb7 7. Re1 Be7 8.
c3 d6 9. d4 O-O 10. h3 h6 11. Nbd2 Re8 12. Nf1 Na5 13. Bc2 Nc4 14. b3 Nb6
15. Ng3 Rb8 16. a4 bxa4 {-0.34/17 10} 17. bxa4 {+0.60/18 10} Bf8 {-0.40/16}
18. a5 {+0.48/19} Nbd7 {-0.29/18} 19. Bd2 {+0.54/19} c6 {-0.32/15} 20. Nf5
{+0.70/18} Qc7 {-0.15/16} 21. Qc1 {+0.64/17} Ba8 {-0.20/16} 22. Kh1
{+0.54/18} Rb7 {-0.15/16} 23. N3h4 {+1.15/18} Re6 {-0.15/17} 24. f4
{+0.94/19} exf4 {-0.38/16} 25. Bxf4 {+1.05/21} Rb8 {-0.40/18} 26. Nf3
{+1.25/20} Rbe8 {-0.41/18} 27. e5 {+1.47/19} dxe5 {-0.62/17} 28. dxe5
{+1.31/21} Nd5 {-0.70/18} 29. N5d4 {+1.69/20} R6e7 {-0.61/17} 30. Bh2
{+2.12/20} Qc8 {-0.95/17} 31. Nf5 {+1.58/19} Re6 {-1.65/14} 32. Ra4
{+2.16/18} h5 {-1.77/14} 33. Qg5 {+4.10/20} g6 {-2.20/17} 34. Nh6+
{+4.30/18} Bxh6 {-2.98/15} 35. Qxh6 {+4.64/22} Nf8 {-3.16/18} 36. c4
{+4.98/21} Nc7 {-2.88/18} 37. Ng5 {+4.48/20} c5 {-2.91/18} 38. Rf1
{+4.02/17} R8e7 {-3.18/17} 39. Ra3 {+3.81/17} Ne8 {-2.82/17} 40. Rb3
{+4.04/19} Ng7 {-2.90/17} 41. Rf6 {+4.18/22} Qc6 {-2.82/16} 42. Rf2
{+3.97/20} Qe8 {-3.08/17} 43. Bg3 {+3.83/18} Rd7 {-3.31/15} 44. Nxe6
{+6.48/20} Nfxe6 {-4.58/15} 45. Bh4 {+6.70/22} Bc6 {-5.04/17} 46. Rb6
{+6.92/22} Qc8 {-5.66/16}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



46. Rb6 {+6.92/22} Qc8 {-5.66/16}


***
***


power push of a pawn
SF 11 11 vs H
round 6



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Qbtqbt10



[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2013.11.21"]
[Round "6"]
[White "S11Nov 10s superlongfixedTC19h"]
[Black "Houdini 3 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "6/60"]
[Annotator "17. +0.52   17... -0.29"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nd4 4. Nxd4 exd4 5. O-O Bc5 6. d3 c6 7. Ba4 d6
8. Nd2 Nf6 9. Nb3 Bb6 10. Bg5 Qe7 11. Bh4 h6 12. Nd2 g5 13. Bg3 Bg4 14. f3
Be6 15. f4 Ng4 16. f5 Ne3 17. Qh5 {+0.52/20 10} Bd7 {-0.29/16 10} 18. Bb3
{+0.68/21} a5 {-0.27/17} 19. a4 {+0.92/19} O-O-O {-0.51/16} 20. f6
{+0.82/21} Qf8 {-0.63/17} 21. Bxf7 {+1.18/21} Bc7 {-0.36/16} 22. h3
{+1.41/20} g4 {-0.40/15} 23. h4 {+1.49/20} Kb8 {-0.60/17} 24. e5 {+2.20/20}
Nxf1 {-1.51/16} 25. Rxf1 {+2.72/22} dxe5 {-1.83/17} 26. Bxe5 {+2.84/22} b6
{-2.10/16} 27. Ne4 {+3.11/21} Qb4 {-2.23/16} 28. Bb3 {+3.53/21} Bc8
{-2.93/15} 29. f7 {+4.10/23} Bxe5 {-3.85/16} 30. Qxe5+ {+4.26/21} Ka7
{-3.91/18} 31. Nf6 {+5.27/22} Rhf8 {-4.18/17} 32. Nh7 {+5.75/22} Bb7
{-4.07/18} 33. Nxf8 {+6.56/21} Rxf8 {-4.17/18}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]



the last move
33. Nxf8 {+6.56/21} Rxf8 {-4.17/18}

that is a very fast win

***

I planned total of 8 matches for SF and houdini
I here have 4 SF's winning matches posted
next time when I post the new post
I will post 4 fabulous and amazing matches of H won
there are so many matches in which houdini wins
with super dazzling tactics and sophisticated planning
those matches are groundbreaking

What a beautiful forum post.

I want to say thank you again my dear friend. "Thank you"

Vocal

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this is one of the best matches
done by the best engines

white's king and queen are ensnared and trapped
by R N combo attack



amazing top-quality matches among world's top engines Fqwbeq10



this match is like one of those impossible matches
that are only possible once in a blue moon

this kind of high quality match will only accrue
one in a million

we must watch this match
also there is a sacrificial tactic of a pawn
and the imbalance handling of Q versus R R



[pgn]
[Event ""]
[Site ""]
[Date ""]
[Round ""]
[White "the top engine"]
[Black "the best engine"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl ""]
[Annotator "17. +0.22 17... -0.36"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e5 7. Nb3 Be6
8. h3 Nbd7 9. Qf3 Be7 10. g4 h6 11. O-O-O Rc8 12. Nd5 Nf8 13. Kb1 Ng6 14.
c3 b5 15. h4 Nxg4 16. Bb6 Qd7 17. h5 Bxd5 18. hxg6 Bxb3 19. axb3 O-O 20.
Bh3 f5 21. exf5 Nf6 22. Rhe1 Bd8 23. Bxd8 Rcxd8 24. Rxe5 dxe5 25. Rxd7
Rxd7 26. Qc6 Rd1+ 27. Ka2 Kh8 28. Qxa6 e4 29. Qb7 Re8 30. Qc6 b4 31.
cxb4 Red8 32. Qa4 Nd5 33. b5 Nb6 34. Qa5 Ra8 35. b4 Rd5 36. Bf1 Rxf5
37. f3 exf3 38. b3 Rf6 39. Kb2 Rxg6 40. Kc2 Rd6 41. Bh3 0-1
[/pgn]



40. Kc2 Rd6 41. Bh3 0-1

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match description

* SF Apr 30 v. H4

* the round started with +0.0 or so eval that is a good start

* SF won very fast early in the round


[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2014.04.30"]
[Round "38"]
[White "SF 300414 2 sec LTC"]
[Black "Houdini 4 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "1/60"]
[Annotator "16. +0.02 15... +0.00"]

1. c4 e5 2. Nc3 Nf6 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. g3 d5 5. cxd5 Nxd5 6. Bg2 Nb6 7. O-O Be7
8. Rb1 Be6 9. b4 e4 10. Nxe4 Bxa2 11. Ra1 Bd5 12. Nc3 Bxf3 13. Bxf3 Bxb4
14. Na2 Be7 15. e3 O-O {+0.00/15 2.1} 16. d4 {+0.02/16 2.0} a5 17. Nc3
{+0.00/19} Qd7 {+0.00/15 2.0} 18. Na4 {+0.06/16} Nd5 {-0.12/14} 19. Qb3
{+0.12/16} Ndb4 {-0.07/14} 20. Qb1 {+0.06/15} g6 {+0.00/14} 21. Bb2
{+0.10/16} Qe6 {-0.08/14} 22. Nc3 {+0.18/16} Rfd8 {-0.16/15} 23. Rd1
{+0.03/15} Qb3 {-0.17/14} 24. Rc1 {+0.31/16} f5 {-0.21/14} 25. d5
{+1.42/19} Ne5 {-1.83/13} 26. Bd1 {+1.36/20} Qc4 {-1.52/14} 27. Be2
{+1.41/21} Nbd3 {-1.80/14} 28. Rd1 {+1.20/20} a4 {-2.09/13} 29. Rxd3
{+1.84/17} Nxd3 {-1.39/13} 30. Bxd3 {+1.68/19} Qb3 {-1.66/16} 31. Bc2
{+1.51/18} Qc4 {-1.66/17} 32. Bxa4 {+1.96/15} Ra6 {-1.93/15} 33. Qd1
{+2.43/16} Bd6 {-2.55/14} 34. Rb1 {+2.69/16} Qg4 {-2.96/15} 35. Qc2
{+2.91/17} Ra5 {-2.97/14} 36. Ne2 {+2.90/20} Rxa4 {-2.65/14} 37. Qc3
{+3.67/16} Kf7 {-3.16/15} 38. Nf4 {+3.96/18} Ke8 {-3.28/15} 39. Ne6
{+4.26/18} Be7 {-3.61/14} 40. Qh8+ {+4.59/18} Kd7 {-3.66/16} 41. Qxh7
{+4.70/20} Rc4 {-3.65/16} 42. Ba3 {+5.87/20} Re8 {-4.10/16} 43. Nf8+
{+6.34/20} Kc8 {-6.29/14} 44. d6 {+6.44/20} cxd6 {-7.26/14}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
[/pgn]


***


[pgn]
[Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "USER01"]
[Date "2014.05.01"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 300414"]
[Black "Houdini 4 Pro w32"]
[Result "1-0"]
[TimeControl "1/60"]
[Annotator "14. -0.29 13... +0.25"]

1. e4 c5 2. c4 Nf6 3. Nc3 Nc6 4. g4 d6 5. h3 e5 6. Nge2 Be7 7. d3 O-O 8.
Bg2 h5 9. g5 Ne8 10. h4 Nc7 11. Nd5 Bg4 12. f3 Bd7 13. Nec3 Nd4
{+0.25/13 1.0} 14. Nxc7 {-0.29/15 1.0} Qxc7 {+0.20/15} 15. Nd5 {-0.22/17}
Qd8 {+0.23/15} 16. Be3 b5 {+0.28/14} 17. cxb5 {+0.10/15 1.0} Bxb5
{+0.05/13} 18. f4 {+0.30/15} Rb8 {+0.00/13} 19. O-O {+0.61/13} Bc6
{-0.17/12} 20. f5 {+1.30/17} Rxb2 {-0.54/11} 21. Bxd4 {+1.97/18} cxd4
{-0.76/14} 22. Qxh5 {+2.67/19} Bxd5 {-2.71/12} 23. exd5 {+2.99/20} Qa5
{-3.01/14} 24. g6 {+3.26/20} Rxg2+ {-3.88/17} 25. Kxg2 {+3.48/21} Qd2+
{-3.86/17} 26. Kh1 {+3.58/22} Qh6 {-3.97/18} 27. Qxh6 {+3.67/21} gxh6
{-3.78/17} 28. f6 {+3.68/21} Bd8 {-3.46/17} 29. g7 {+3.77/21} Re8
{-3.38/16} 30. Rac1 {+3.89/20} Bb6 {-3.57/17} 31. Rc6 {+4.08/19} Rd8
{-3.75/16} 32. Kg2 {+4.26/19} e4 {-3.94/15} 33. dxe4 {+4.32/19} d3
{-4.10/14} 34. Rc4 {+4.53/19} Rb8 {-4.10/15} 35. Kf3 {+4.75/18} Kh7
{-4.28/15}
{Xboard adjudication} 1-0
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SF is losing from the beginning
but it overcame the obstacle quickly
then SF won so fast early in the round
also SF did some powerful pawn pushing and rushing
which lead to the king entrapment
SF trapped the opponent's king with pawns

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there are so many groundbreaking and fantastic matches of Houdini 4
in which H4 won easily with power rushing and sophisticated tactics
they will be posted!



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