Difference between revisions of "WCRCC 2007"

From Chessprogramming wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1,050: Line 1,050:
  A draw was not enough we had to win so when we got into the Father type position I changed [[Contempt Factor|contempt]] to the value of 1 pawn this obviously messed things up. But we had to win to get 13/14 to be = 1st with Rybka. In round 14 we get by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sod%27s_law sods law] the worst opening of the tournament.  
  A draw was not enough we had to win so when we got into the Father type position I changed [[Contempt Factor|contempt]] to the value of 1 pawn this obviously messed things up. But we had to win to get 13/14 to be = 1st with Rybka. In round 14 we get by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sod%27s_law sods law] the worst opening of the tournament.  
[[WCRCC 2007]], round 14, [[Alaric]] (TerraPi) - [[Hiarcs]]  
[[WCRCC 2007]], round 14, [[Alaric]] (TerraPi) - [[HIARCS]]  
[Event "WCRCC 2007"]
[Event "WCRCC 2007"]

Revision as of 07:40, 30 June 2018

Home * Tournaments * ACCA World Computer Rapid Chess Championship * WCRCC 2007

Next >

The First Annual ACCA World Computer Rapid Chess Championship was held July 21-22, 2007. The format was Rapid Chess (G/28+1), played on-line over the internet (ICC). Bruce Wright, co-author of Duchess (2nd place WCCC 1977 & 3rd place WCCC 1980), served as guest commentator [1] .

Final Standing

[2] [3]

# Program CC R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 P G
1 Rybka US 31b1 14w1 6b1 3w1 2b0 15w1 5b1 8w1 7b1 4w1 13b1 9w1 23b1 16w1 13 14
2 HIARCS GB 24w1 13b1 7w1 15b½ 1w1 8b1 4w½ 9b1 5w1 3b1 14w1 10b1 25w1 6b0 12 14
3 Ikarus DE 29w1 11b1 10w1 1b0 24w1 4b½ 8w0 13b1 9w½ 2w0 5b1 7b1 14w1 20b1 10 14
4 Zap!Chess US/TR 34b0 28w1 16b1 5w1 7b1 3w½ 2b½ 23w1 8b1 1b0 9w½ 14w½ 13b1 18w1 10 13
5 Diep NL 41w1 8b½ 19w1 4b0 34w1 10b1 1w0 6w1 2b0 18b1 3w0 15w1 9b1 7b1 14
6 Alaric (TerraPi) [4] SE 26w1 25b1 1w0 8b0 16w½ 19b1 20w1 5b0 11w1 9b0 30w1 13b0 24w1 2w1 14
7 Frenzee DK 17b1 9w1 2b0 12w1 4w0 18b1 13w1 10b1 1w0 14b0 25w1 3w0 8b1 5w0 8 14
8 Ktulu IR 16b1 5w½ 34b1 6w1 15b1 2w0 3b1 1b0 4w0 13w0 24b1 23w½ 7w0 14b1 8 14
9 Rascal US 32w1 7b0 21w1 10b0 27b1 12w1 14b1 2w0 3b½ 6w1 4b½ 1b0 5w0 23w1 8 14
10 The Baron NL 36b1 20w1 3b0 9w1 14b½ 5w0 15b1 7w0 24b½ 16w1 23b½ 2w0 18b½ 13w1 8 14
11 Arasan US 37b1 3w0 36b½ 25w1 13w0 34b1 23b0 12w1 6b0 15w0 26b1 16w½ 30b1 19w1 8 14
12 Dirty US/ES 19w0 29b1 18w1 7b0 22w1 9b0 36w1 11b0 27w0 21b1 20w0 35b1 34w1 25b1 8 13
13 Quark DE 39b1 2w0 17b1 14w½ 11b1 26w1 7b0 4w0 23b1 8b1 1w0 16w 4w0 10b0 14
14 Crafty US 38w1 1b0 22w1 13b½ 10w½ 24b1 9w0 27b1 18w1 7w1 2b0 4b½ 3b0 8w0 14
15 Weid ZA 28b1 35w1 23b1 2w½ 8w0 1b0 10w0 18b0 20w1 11b1 34w1 5b0 16w0 24b1 14
16 Berta DE 8w0 38b1 4w0 21b1 6b½ 23w0 19w½ 36b1 37w1 10b0 17w1 11b½ 15b1 1b0 14
17 Mediocre SE 7w0 32b1 13w0 18b1 21w0 29b1 33w1 19b0 36w1 37b1 16b0 30w½ 28b1 26w1 14
18 Petir ID 30b½ 34w½ 12b0 17w1 33b1 7w0 26b1 15w1 14b0 5w0 27w1 25b½ 10w½ 4b0 7 14
19 Symbolic US 12b1 23w½ 5b0 36w1 26b0 6w0 16b½ 17w1 30Lb 34w0 28b1 32w1 27b1 11b0 7 13
20 Now US 40w1 10b0 26w½ 34b0 30w1 25b1 6b0 24w0 15b0 38w1 12b1 27w½ 21b1 3w0 7 14
21 Hector for Chess HU 23b0 40w1 9b0 16w0 17b1 27w0 31b1 25w0 26b1 12w0 38b1 33w1 20w0 32b1 7 14
22 EveAnn ES 35b0 39w1 14b0 30w1 12b0 28w1 24b½ 26w1 25b0 23w0 32b0 31w½ 37b1 33w1 7 14
23 LearningLemming US 21w1 19b½ 15w0 26b0 37w1 16b1 11w1 5b0 13w0 22b1 10w½ 8b½ 1w0 9b0 14
24 Danasah ES 2b0 37w1 35b1 27w1 3b0 14w0 22w½ 20b1 10w½ 30b½ 8w0 34b1 6b0 15w0 14
25 Tinker US 33w1 6w0 30b½ 11b0 29w1 20w0 37b½ 21b1 22w1 27b1 7b0 18w½ 2b0 12w0 14
26 Horizon US 6b0 31w1 20b½ 23w1 19w1 13b0 18w0 22b0 21w0 39b1 11w0 29w1 40b1 17b0 14
27 Deuterium PH - 30w½ 31b1 24b0 9w0 21b1 35w1 14w0 12b1 25w0 18b0 20b½ 19w0 40w1 13
28 Neurosis NL 15w0 4b0 32w0 39b1 40w1 22b0 29w1 37b0 31w½ 35b1 19w0 38b1 17w0 36b1 14
29 Parrot US 3b0 12w0 39b1 35w½ 25b0 17w0 28b0 40w1 38b1 33w½ 31w½ 26b0 36b1 30w1 14
30 Joker NL 18w½ 27b½ 25w½ 22b0 20b0 38w1 34w1 35b½ 19Ww 24w½ 6b0 17b½ 11w0 29b0 6 13
31 Telepath US 1w0 26b0 27w0 38b1 32w1 36b0 21w0 39b½ 28b½ 40w1 29b½ 22b½ 33w0 37w1 6 14
32 Bird US 9b0 17w0 28b1 33w0 31b0 37b0 39w1 34w0 40b1 36b1 22w1 19b0 38w1 21w0 6 14
33 Micro-Max NL 25b0 36w0 40b1 32b1 18w0 35w0 17b0 38w½ 39b1 29b½ 37w1 21b0 31b1 22b0 6 14
34 Homer DE 4w1 18b½ 8w0 20w1 5b0 11w0 30b0 32b1 35w1 19b1 15b0 24w0 12b0 39w0 11
35 Buzz US 22w1 15b0 24w0 29b½ 36w½ 33b1 27b0 30w½ 34b0 28w0 40b1 12w0 39w1 38b0 14
36 Clarabit ES 10w0 33b1 11w½ 19b0 35b½ 31w1 12b0 16w0 17b0 32w0 39w1 40b1 29w0 28w0 5 14
37 Timea HU 11w0 24b0 38w½ 40b1 23b0 32w1 25w½ 28w1 16b0 17w0 33b0 39b1 22w0 31b0 5 14
38 Matilde IT 14b0 16w0 37b½ 31w0 39w½ 30b0 40w0 33b½ 29w0 20b0 21w0 28w0 32b0 35w1 14
39 ROCE CH 13w0 22b0 29w0 28w0 38b½ 40b½ 32b0 31w½ 33w0 26w0 36b0 37w0 35b0 34b1 13
40 Vicki ZA 20b0 21b0 33w0 37w0 28b0 39w½ 38b1 29b0 32w0 31b0 35w0 36w0 26w0 27b0 14
41 NoonianChess US 5b0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0 1



Program CC Authors
Alaric (TerraPi) SE Peter Fendrich, Günther Simon
Arasan US Jon Dart
Berta DE Felix Schmenger
Bird US Greg McGlynn
Buzz US Pradu Kannan
Clarabit ES Salvador Pallares Bejarano
Crafty US Robert Hyatt
Danasah ES Pedro Castro
Deuterium PH Ferdinand Mosca
Diep NL Vincent Diepeveen, Arturo Ochoa
Dirty US/ES Pradu Kannan, Andres Valverde
EveAnn ES Andres Valverde
Frenzee DK Sune Fischer
Hector for Chess HU Csaba Jergler
HIARCS GB Mark Uniacke, Harvey Williamson
Homer DE Daniel Mehrmann
Horizon US Ron Murawski, Colin Frayn
Ikarus DE Muntsin Kolss, Munjong Kolss
Joker NL Harm Geert Muller
Ktulu IR Rahman Paidar
LearningLemming US Sam Hamilton
Matilde IT Andrea Lanza
Mediocre SE Jonatan Pettersson
Micro-Max NL Harm Geert Muller
Neurosis NL Stan Arts
NoonianChess US Charles Roberson
Now US Mark Lefler
Parrot US Johanes Suhardjo
Petir ID Peter Aloysius Harjanto
Quark DE Thomas Mayer
Rascal US Derek Mauro
ROCE CH Roman Hartmann
Rybka US Vasik Rajlich, Larry Kaufman, Jeroen Noomen
Symbolic US Steven Edwards
Telepath US Charles Roberson
The Baron NL Richard Pijl, Arturo Ochoa
Timea HU László Gáspár
Tinker US Brian Richardson
Vicki ZA Jaco van Niekerk
Weid ZA Jaap Weidemann
Zap!Chess US/TR Anthony Cozzie, Erdogan Günes

Selected Games


Hiarcs - Rybka

WCRCC 2007, round 5, HIARCS - Rybka

[Event "WCRCC 2007"]
[Site "Internet Chess Club"]
[Date "2007.07.21"]
[Round "5"]
[White "Hiarcs8"]
[Black "Rybka"]
[Result "1-0"]

1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.Nf3 a6 4.e3 Nf6 5.Bxc4 e6 6.O-O c5 7.a4 Nc6 8.Qe2 cxd4 9.Rd1 Bb4 
10.exd4 O-O 11.Nc3 Nd5 12.Bd2 Qa5 13.Bd3 Rd8 14.Ne5 Nxe5 15.dxe5 g6 16.Bg5 Bxc3 
17.bxc3 Nxc3 18.Qd2 Rd5 19.Re1 f5 20.Be7 Bd7 21.Rac1 Nxa4 22.Qxa5 Rxa5 23.Rc7 Bc6 
24.Bc4 Bd5 25.Bf1 Nb2 26.Bf6 b5 27.Rg7+ Kf8 28.h4 Rc8 29.h5 gxh5 30.Be2 Nd3 31.Bxd3 
Ra4 32.Be2 Rg4 33.Bxg4 fxg4 34.Ra1 Rc6 35.Rxh7 Ke8 36.Bg5 Bb3 37.Rxh5 Kf7 38.Bf6 g3 
39.Rh7+ Ke8 40.fxg3 Kf8 41.Rf1 Bc2 42.Ra7 Rc4 43.Kf2 Rg4 44.Kf3 Rh4 45.gxh4  1-0

Alaric - Hiarcs

Harvey Williamson on the game [7] [8]:

A draw was not enough we had to win so when we got into the Father type position I changed contempt to the value of 1 pawn this obviously messed things up. But we had to win to get 13/14 to be = 1st with Rybka. In round 14 we get by sods law the worst opening of the tournament. 

WCRCC 2007, round 14, Alaric (TerraPi) - HIARCS

[Event "WCRCC 2007"]
[Site "Internet Chess Club"]
[Date "2007.07.22"]
[Round "14"]
[White "Alaric"]
[Black "Hiarcs8"]
[Result "1-0"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.O-O Be7 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 d6 8.c3 O-O 9.h3 Na5 
10.Bc2 c5 11.d4 Qc7 12.a3 Bd7 13.b4 cxb4 14.axb4 Nc6 15.d5 Nb8 16.Bd3 Ra7 17.Be3 Rb7 
18.Nfd2 Qc8 19.Nb3 Bd8 20.Na5 Bxa5 21.Rxa5 Qd8 22.Nd2 Qe7 23.Ra3 Rc8 24.Qe2 Ne8 25.Nf1 
Rbc7 26.Rc1 Qf6 27.Qh5 h6 28.Ng3 Kf8 29.Qd1 Kg8 30.Qd2 Qg6 31.Rca1 Nf6 32.Kh1 Nh7 
33.Kh2 Qf6 34.Qe1 Qh4 35.f3 Nf8 36.Ne2 Qxe1 37.Rxe1 Ng6 38.g4 Nh4 39.Kg3 g5 40.Rea1 
Be8 41.Kf2 Rb7 42.Ra5 f6 43.Bc2 Bg6 44.R5a3 Kf8 45.Bd3 Ke7 46.Kg3 Bf7 47.Ra5 h5 48.Rc1 
Ng6 49.Kf2 h4 50.Rca1 Nf8 51.R5a2 Nfd7 52.Kg2 Nb6 53.Bc2 Nc4 54.Bf2 Bg6 55.Bb3 Kf7 
56.Nc1 Kg7 57.Nd3 Kf7 58.Kg1 Rbc7 59.Rd1 Kg7 60.Kf1 Kh7 61.Rc1 Rb7 62.Rca1 Kg7 63.Kg1 
Bf7 64.Kg2 Kg8 65.Re2 Kf8 66.Kh2 Rbc7 67.Bd1 Bg6 68.Rea2 Kg8 69.Kg2 Kf7 70.Kf1 Ke7 
71.Rc1 Bf7 72.Bb3 Kf8 73.Rd1 Kg7 74.Kg2 Kf8 75.Kh2 Kg7 76.Raa1 Kf8 77.Kg2 Kg7 78.Bc2 
Rb7 79.Rdc1 Nd2 80.Ra3 Rbc7 81.Rd1 Nc4 82.Ra2 Be8 83.Bb3 Rb7 84.Rf1 Rbc7 85.Rc1 Kf8 
86.Rb1 Bf7 87.Bc2 Bg6 88.Rd1 Rb7 89.Bb3 Bh7 90.Rda1 Bg6 91.Rc1 Bf7 92.Kh2 Ke7 93.Rca1 
Bg6 94.Kh1 Rbc7 95.Rd1 Kf8 96.Kh2 Bh7 97.Rb1 Kf7 98.Kg1 Bg8 99.Bxc4 Rxc4 100.Be1 Bh7 
101.Rba1 Bg6 102.Bd2 Ke7 103.Nc1 Bh7 104.Ne2 R4c7 105.Be3 Bg6 106.Bb6 Rb7 107.Bf2 Rcc7
108.Kg2 Rc4 109.Ra3 Rbc7 110.Bb6 Rd7 111.Be3 Rc8 112.R3a2 Rdc7 113.Ra5 Bf7 114.Bb6 Rb7 
115.Bf2 Ke8 116.Be3 Kd7 117.R1a2 Bg6 118.Rc2 Rc4 119.Rd2 Ke7 120.Rda2 Rbc7 121.Ra1 Kf7 
122.Bf2 Kg7 123.Bb6 Rb7 124.Be3 Kf7 125.R5a2 Ke7 126.Rd1 Rbc7 127.Bb6 Rd7 128.Rda1 Rb7 
129.Be3 Bf7 130.Ra5 Rd7 131.Bb6 Rc8 132.Bf2 Rb7 133.R5a2 Ke8 134.Kh2 Rbc7 135.Bb6 Rd7 
136.Ra3 Ke7 137.Bf2 Rdc7 138.Kg2 Bg6 139.Ra5 Ke8 140.Be3 Rb7 141.R5a2 Rcc7 142.Ra3 Ke7 
143.Ra5 Rc8 144.Rd1 Kf8 145.Ra3 Rbc7 146.Rda1 Ke7 147.R1a2 Rb7 148.Kf1 Rbc7 149.Ra5 Nd7 
150.Rxa6 Be8 151.Kg2 Rb7 152.Ra1 Nf8 153.R1a5 Ng6 154.Kf2 Nf8 155.Kg1 Rcb8 156.Ra1 Nd7 
157.Ba7 Rd8 158.Kf2 Rc8 159.Kg2 Nb8 160.R6a2 Nd7 161.Bg1 Rcb8 162.Nc1 Rc7 163.Ra3 Nb6 
164.Bxb6 Rxb6 165.Kf2 Rb8 166.Ne2 Rbc8 167.Kg2 Rb8 168.R3a2 Rbc8 169.Ra6 Rb7 170.R6a5
Bg6 171.Kg1 Kd7 172.Kf2 Rcc7 173.Ke3 Rc8 174.Kd3 Be8 175.Kd2 Ke7 176.Ra6 Kd7 177.Kc1
Bf7 178.Kc2 Be8 179.Kb3 Bf7 180.R6a5 Be8 181.Kc2 Kd8 182.Re1 Kd7 183.Kb2 Bg6 184.Rea1 
Bf7 185.Nc1 Kc7 186.Nd3 Be8 187.Nf2 Kd8 188.Ra6 Ke7 189.Nd1 Bd7 190.Kc2 Rcc7 191.R1a3 
Rb8 192.Ne3 Rcb7 193.Ra7 Bc8 194.R3a6 Bd7 195.Rxb7 Rxb7 196.c4 bxc4 197.Kc3 Rc7 198.b5 
Rb7 199.b6 Rb8 200.Nxc4 Bb5 201.Ra7+ Bd7 202.Kb4 Kd8 203.Ka5 Bc8 204.Nxd6 Bd7 205.Nb7+ 
Ke8 206.Nc5 Rd8 207.b7 Rb8 208.Ra8 Rxa8+ 209.bxa8=Q+ Ke7 210.Qg8 Be8 211.Ne6 Kd7 
212.Qg7+ Bf7 213.Qxf7+ Kd6 214.Qc7# 1-0

Forum Posts

External Links


Up one Level