By rocket Date 2019-12-14 17:31
Are they any different? Has this algorithm completely supplanted modern computer chess to the point that there's no more work on improving chess engines the old school way? No more "styles" that is?
By Labyrinth Date 2019-12-18 00:45
Supposedly Fat Fritz has a more tactical style having been trained on human and possibly computer games. AlphaZero on the other hand learned from scratched by playing against itself, as did Leela. This gives the engine more of a positional style. They're both incomprehensibly strong though of course. The old school way is still going, as Stockfish is still a competitor.
By rocket Date 2019-12-31 10:27
Have any humans drawn it?
By rocket Date 2019-12-31 10:28
>The old school way is still going, as Stockfish is still a competitor.<
Is it though? They used TCEC openings, not all of which are objectively sound...
By user923005 Date 2019-12-31 18:47
But every engine had the same opening set to deal with.
By rocket Date 2020-01-01 06:28
If the opening is dead lost at the level they're playing, Stockfish is going to collect wins it would not otherwise get.
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