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 Analysis of Human vs Computer Chess 1987

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PostSubject: Analysis of Human vs Computer Chess 1987   Analysis of Human vs Computer Chess 1987 EmptySun Oct 09, 2022 12:08 pm

Centipawn Scores:

Kelo Robert: 13 => Average=0.13
Maerten Thomas: 17 => Average=0.17
Blocker Calvin: 23 => Average=0.23
Winkler B: 23 => Average=0.23
Mueller H: 25 => Average=0.25
Sieberg Rolf: 31 => Average=0.31
Schulte Bartold Claus: 31 => Average=0.31
Burchert Wolfgang: 32 => Average=0.32
Comp Hi Tech: 43/47/14/47/11/0 => Average=0.33
Wilend: 34 => Average=0.34
Dlugy Maxim: 37 => Average=0.37
Hogenacker Jacques: 39 => Average=0.39
Noomen Jeroen: 44/39/52/49/47/28/41/11 => Average=0.41
Derlich Karin: 46 => Average=0.46
Gross Oliver: 47 => Average=0.47
Perdekamp M: 48 => Average=0.48
Meister V: 48 => Average=0.48
Comp XY: 78/22/42/36/97/49/35/35/43/34 => Average=0.49
Comp Hitech: 51 => Average=0.51
Schneider Attila: 44/63 => Average=0.51
Findlay Ian T: 52 => Average=0.52
Falz Roman: 58 => Average=0.58
Comp Novag Forte B: 84/5 => Average=0.59
Hassler Guenther: 60 => Average=0.60
Frenz Michael: 60 => Average=0.60
Comp Leonardo1: 30/47/139/59/64/28/52/102/66/47/31 => Average=0.61
Comp Leonardo2: 70/92/38/85/38/75/70/46/13/80 => Average=0.62
Comp Mephisto MM IV: 32/106 => Average=0.64
Gast G: 66 => Average=0.66
Kelsey Philip A: 69 => Average=0.69
Hartung Thomas: 73/65 => Average=0.69
Baeunker Manfred: 70 => Average=0.70
Cohrs Jan Christopher: 71 => Average=0.71
Comp Novag: 74 => Average=0.74
Comp Fidelity Avant Garde: 80/73 => Average=0.77
Klassmann Herbert: 82 => Average=0.82
Zebrowski Andrew: 82 => Average=0.82
Comp Mephisto Dallas 32: 84/88 => Average=0.85
Luecke Norbert: 87 => Average=0.87
Markzon Gregory: 88 => Average=0.88
Heilgermann Detlef: 106/76 => Average=0.92
Schaetzle Walter J: 92 => Average=0.92
Berndt Stephan: 95 => Average=0.95
Schulz Michael: 100 => Average=1.00
Zelner Alexander: 104 => Average=1.04
Comp Terminator: 127 => Average=1.27
Coenen Norbert: 134 => Average=1.34
Jolayxvort J: 142 => Average=1.42
Frowein Helge: 152 => Average=1.52

Game Analysis:

[pgn][Event "NED m"]
[Site "Dieren"]
[Date "1987.??.??"]
[Round "4"]
[White "Noomen, Jeroen"]
[Black "Comp Novag Forte B"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A34"]
[Annotator "Tactical Analysis 5.3 (5s)"]
[PlyCount "49"]
[EventDate "1987.??.??"]
[EventType "swiss"]
[EventRounds "9"]
[EventCountry "NED"]
[SourceTitle "EXT 2002"]
[Source "ChessBase"]
[SourceDate "2001.11.25"]
[SourceVersion "1"]
[SourceVersionDate "2001.11.25"]
[SourceQuality "1"]

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. Nc3 d5 4. cxd5 Nxd5 5. e3 Nxc3 6. bxc3 g6 7. Be2 Bg7 8. O-O O-O 9. d4 Nc6 10. Ba3 {A34: Symmetrical English: 2 Nc3, lines with ...d5.} (10. Rb1 {is superior.}) 10... Qa5 $11 {[#]} 11. Bxc5 $146 {[#] And now a4 would win.} ({Predecessor:} 11. Qb3 Be6 12. Qb2 b6 13. Rac1 Rac8 14. Nd2 Rc7 15. Rfd1 cxd4 16. cxd4 Rfc8 17. Nb1 Bf8 {½-½ (27) Keene,R (2510)-Smejkal,J (2575) Moscow (Russia) 1977}) 11... b6 12. Bb4 {The position is equal.} Nxb4 13. cxb4 Qxb4 14. Rb1 Qa5 15. Qd2 Qxd2 16. Nxd2 Be6 17. a4 Rac8 18. Rbc1 {Prevents Rc2.} Bd7 19. Bb5 Bxb5 20. axb5 e5 21. Nf3 exd4 22. Nxd4 (22. exd4 $11 {should be considered.} Rcd8 23. Rc4) 22... Bxd4 $15 23. exd4 Rcd8 24. Rc7 Rxd4 25. Rxa7 {Weighted Error Value: White=0.10 (very precise) /Black=0.04 (flawless)} 1/2-1/2

[/pgn]

Jeroen Noomen,

a Dutch chess player, computer chess expert, collector of dedicated chess computers, and well-established opening book author. Since 1981 Jeroen has been involved in computer chess as a writer in computer chess magazines, as a full time contributor for Hegener & Glaser, being responsible for the opening books of the programs by Richard Lang and Ed Schröder. In the period from 1990 to 1992 Jeroen developed opening books for the Schröder programs such as Mephisto Polgar, Mephisto MM IV, Mephisto RISC, and Rebel itself [2]. Jeroen was further book author of Chess Tiger, Ruffian and Rybka. He is also known as author of opening suites, a set of opening positions, intended for engine vs engine testing, which gives a balanced representation of modern chess.
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