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Chess Classic
Rybka defends Chess960 title after tough final with Shredder
01.08.2008 - Rybka, the program developed by Vasik Raijlich, won the 4th Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship. After four tough games against the German program Shredder, programmed by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen from Germany, the American program won with only a narrow margin: 2,5-1,5. more...
Final standings 4. Livingston Chess960 Computer WCC
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Chess Classic
Rybka and Shredder qualify for the finals
Strong performance by Rybka on second day
31.07.2008 - On the second day of the Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship, title holder Rybka showed her (remember? Rybka is a she) class by scoring 5,5 points out of six games. With 9/12 games programmer Vasik Raijlich clearly won the preliminaries and will face Shredder, the program by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen on Friday. Shredder scored 6,5 points. The ICC qualifiers Naum and Deep Sjeng played some very good games, occasionally teased Rybka and Shredder, but in the end the favourites came out on top. more...
Preliminary result of the 4. Livingston Chess960 Computer WCC
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Chess Classic
The human factor in computer chess
Rybka and Naum take the lead after six rounds
30.07.2008 - Today, another highlight of the Chess Classic 2008 started: the fourth Livingston Chess960 Computer World Championship with the four strongest Chess960 engines in the world: apart from reigning champion Rybka and Shredder, the most successful program in the history of chess computers, the programs Naum and Deep Sjeng, which qualified in the ICC internet tournament played their first games today. These four programs also happen to be the top four on the current Chess960 computer world ranking list. After the first day, Rybka and Naum lead the field with 3,5/6, Shredder has 3/6 and Deep Sjeng scored 2/6 today. On Thursday another round robin will be played to determine which programs will play the final on Friday. more...
Preliminary result of the 4. Livingston Chess960 Computer WCC
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Chess Classic
Livingston Chess960 Computer tournament started
Only the best engines play in Mainz
30.07.2008 - Today, another highlight of the Chess Classic 2008 started: the fourth Livingston Chess960 Computerchess World Championship with the four strongest Chess960 engines in the world: Rybka, Shredder, DeepSjeng and Naum. In this category 29 tournament a double round robin will be played on Wednesday and Thursday (12 games), the four-game finals will be played on Friday. All programmers play on the same machines with quadcore AMD processors. In the first three rounds the program playing white seems to have the upper hand: six wins for white! You can read a full pictorial report of the first day later today.
Chess Classic
Category 29: The strongest chess tournament…ever!
Livingston Chess960 computer chess world championship
18.07.2008 - For the fourth time during the Chess Classic in Mainz, the Livingston Chess960 computer chess world championship will be held. Last, year we saw a four-program round robin with the strong participants Rybka, Shredder, Jonny and Spike. Rybka, developed by Vasik Rajlich won the final against the German top program Shredder to clinch home the title. Both programs will play in Mainz again this year and from 31.07-02.08 they will be challenged by two top chess programs, the qualifiers from the ICC online tournament: Naum, made by Alexander Naumov and Deep Sjeng, the brainchild of Belgian programmer Gian-Carlo Pascutto. The engines that will battle it out in Mainz are the numbers 1-4 on the Chess960 computer rating list. Arbiter Hans Secelle calculated that the average rating of Rybka, Shredder, Naum and Deep Sjeng adds up to (3052 + 2970 + 2956 + 2947) = 2981. This means that we'll have a Fide-category 29 (!) tournament or, in other words, the strongest tournament in the history of chess.... (Eric van Reem) more...
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Chess Classic
GM Nakamura wins Chess960 online qualifier on ICC!
26.06.2008 - Second seed GM Hikaru Nakamura (Smallville) of the USA reasserted his authority as one of the top dogs on ICC on Sunday by winning the Mainz Chess Classic online Chess960 title. After winning the first qualifier, Nakamura beat with ease Cassano (3-0), VerdeNotte (2.5-0.5) and Yarosavich (3-0) en route to the six-game final. more...
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