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- - By rocket (****) [se] Date 2018-07-27 17:09
1. e4 0 e5 178 2. Nf3 44 Nc6 331 3. Bb5 19 Nf6 151 4. d3 4 Bc5 195 5. c3 91 O-O 150 6. O-O 24 d6 395 7. Nbd2 8 a5 323 8. Re1 0 Be6 271 9. Nf1 46 Na7 207 10. Ba4 9 c6 1002 11. Ng3 1580 Nc8 136 12. d4 39 exd4 126 13. cxd4 140 Bb6 0 14. h3 42 h6 120 15. Bf4 53 Bc7 215 16. Bc2 31 Ne7 176 17. b3 599 Qb8 158 18. Qd2 0 d5 110 19. e5 150 Ne4 11 20. Nxe4 342 dxe4 0 21. Bxe4 113 Qe8 60 22. Bxh6 288 a4 133 23. b4 259 Qd7 122 24. Bf4 0 Nd5 393 25. Bg3 86 Bd8 189 26. a3 0 Bf5 312 27. Rac1 235 Re8 182 28. Bxf5 0 Qxf5 35 29. Qc2 52 Qxc2 102 30. Rxc2 16 Re6 134 31. Nd2 94 Bb6 163 32. Re4 35 Rae8 82 33. f3 363 f5 120 34. exf6 23 Nxf6 65 35. Rxe6 7 Bxd4+ 204 36. Bf2 1 Bxf2+ 25 37. Kxf2 0 Rxe6 34 38. Nc4 323 Nd5 0 39. Re2 57 Rxe2+ 146 40. Kxe2 0 b5 91 41. Ne5 64 Nxb4 188 42. Kd2 41 Nd5 33 43. Nxc6 37 Kf7 364 44. Nd4 50 b4 535 45. axb4 5 Nxb4 67 46. Kc3 150 Nd5+ 133 47. Kc4 9 Ne3+ 125 48. Kb4 2 Nxg2 168 49. Kxa4 26 Nf4 125 50. h4 52 Ng2 117 51. h5 3 Nf4 37 52. Nf5 6 Nxh5 159 53. Nxg7 3 Nxg7 100 54. Kb4 7 Nf5 0 55. Kc4 1 Ke6 0 56. f4 2 Kd6 0 57. Kd3 4 Kd5 0 58. Ke2 2 Kd4 0 59. Kf2 1 Kd3 0 60. Kg2 1 Ke2 0 61. Kh3 0 Kf3 0 62. Kh2 1 Ke2 0 63. Kh3 1 Kf3 0 64. Kh2 1 Ke2 0 65. Kh3 1 Kf3 0 1/2-1/2
Parent - - By Vegan (****) [ca] Date 2018-07-28 18:11
rest of the PGN?
Parent - By rocket (****) [se] Date 2018-07-29 05:07
That's the full game
- - By rocket (****) [se] Date 2018-09-15 11:36
White was me, black was Rybka 1.2

Didn't Rybka play very passively, despite the slow TC?
Parent - - By Vegan (****) [us] Date 2018-09-15 15:16
interesting, any games v stockfish 9 yet?
Parent - - By rocket (****) [se] Date 2018-09-15 18:41 Upvotes 1
Yup, got one

[Event "Blitz:5'+3""]
[Site "?"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Adam Celander"]
[Black "Stockfish 9 64 1 Cpu"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[PlyCount "184"]
[TimeControl "300+3"]
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. d3 b5 6. Bb3 Be7 7. c3 d6 8. O-O O-O 9. h3 Na5 10. Bc2 c5 11. d4 Qc7 12. d5 Nc4 20 13. Nbd2 2 Nb6 4 14. Re1 10 Bd7 10 15. Nf1 1 Rfc8 17 16. Bd2 9 h6 12 17. Ne3 2 a5 6 18. Rc1 5 a4 7 19. a3 4 Rcb8 2 20. Qe2 2 Rb7 50 21. Bd3 1 Nc4 9 22. Rc2 43 Nxd2 10 23. Rxd2 3 g6 8 24. Kh2 34 Qc8 0 25. Ng1 21 c4 19 26. Bc2 5 Bd8 2 27. Qf3 15 Nh7 0 28. Qg3 34 Bg5 0 29. Kh1 33 Qf8 50 30. Qf3 16 h5 19 31. g3 59 h4 16 32. g4 12 Bd8 29 33. Qg2 12 Qh6 8 34. Nf3 24 f6 7 35. Rde2 17 Bb6 11 36. Rg1 31 Ng5 10 37. Nxg5 10 fxg5 4 38. f3 3 Qf8 3 39. Rf1 1 Qf4 3 40. Qf2 3 Kg7 4 41. Ng2 4 Bxf2 3 42. Nxf4 0 Bc5 6 43. Ng2 1 Bc8 4 44. Ne1 1 Rf7 4 45. Kg2 1 Bb6 5 46. Kh1 2 Bb7 5 47. Kg2 5 Ba6 4 48. Rd2 1 Be3 11 49. Re2 2 Bb6 9 50. Rd2 2 Bb7 5 51. Re2 2 Rf4 2 52. Bd1 10 Raf8 0 53. Rd2 6 R8f7 34 54. Nc2 1 Ba7 2 55. Be2 3 Re7 5 56. Rdd1 3 Bb6 7 57. Rc1 1 Re8 3 58. Rcd1 0 Ref8 5 59. Rc1 1 Bc5 2 60. Rcd1 1 Kf6 4 61. Rc1 1 Ke7 2 62. Rcd1 0 Bb6 16 63. Rc1 1 R8f7 3 64. Rcd1 0 Ba6 5 65. Rc1 2 Ba7 2 66. Rcd1 0 Kd8 4 67. Rc1 0 Rf8 1 68. Rcd1 0 Bc8 4 69. Rc1 1 Kc7 7 70. Rcd1 0 R4f7 3 71. Rc1 1 Bc5 1 72. Rcd1 2 Bb7 4 73. Rd2 6 Bb6 4 74. Rdd1 1 Kc8 0 75. Rd2 1 Kb8 4 76. Rdd1 0 Rf4 6 77. Rd2 4 R8f7 1 78. Rdd1 1 Bc8 2 79. Rd2 2 Bd7 6 80. Rdd1 1 Kc8 1 81. Rc1 2 Bc5 2 82. Rcd1 1 Kd8 6 83. Rc1 1 Kc7 2 84. Rcd1 0 Ba7 4 85. Rc1 1 Bb6 3 86. Rcd1 1 Bc8 3 87. Rc1 1 Ba7 2 88. Rcd1 0 Rf8 2 89. Rc1 1 R8f7 0 90. Rcd1 0 Bc5 2 91. Rc1 1 Bd7 3 92. Rcd1 1/2-1/2
Parent - - By Vegan (****) [us] Date 2018-09-15 21:56
Interesting closed position that was rather drawish but many players do that out of fear of getting into trouble with more open lines
Parent - - By rocket (****) [se] Date 2018-09-16 23:06
Well duh, I'm playing Stockfish
Parent - By Vegan (****) [ca] Date 2018-09-17 00:13
stockfish has the same problems as other engines, they fall into the closed game trap which is very drawish rather than come up with some innovative move that has potential for a win by either side
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