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cairo 23 ( +1 | -1 )
Adams vs Hydra more here: -> www.chessbase.com

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cairo 32 ( +1 | -1 )
Crushed by the silicone The game in Round 1

Hydra vs Adams

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 d6 4. Nf3 Nxe4 5. d4 d5 6. Bd3 Nc6 7. O-O Be7 8. Re1 Bg4 9. c3 f5 10. Qb3 O-O 11. Nbd2 Na5 12. Qc2 Nc6 13. b4 a6 14. Rb1 Bd6 15. h3 Bh5 16. b5 Na5 17. c4 dxc4 18. Nxc4 Nxc4 19. Bxc4+ Kh8 20. bxa6 bxa6 21. Ne5 c5 22. Bd5 Rc8 23. Be6 Rc7 24. Bxf5 Bxe5 25. dxe5 Rxf5 26. Qxe4 Bg6 27. Rb6 Rf8 28. Qe3 Rcf7 29. Rd6 Qa5 30. e6 Re7 31. Ba3 Rfe8 32. Bxc5 Qxa2 33. Rd2 1-0

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juve_leo 25 ( +1 | -1 )
Game 2 DRAW 1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 e6 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.d4 cxd4 5.Nxd4 Qc7 6.g3 a6 7.Bg2 d6 8.Nxc6 bxc6 9.O-O Nf6 10.Na4 e5 11.c4 Be7 12.Be3 Be6 13.Rc1 O-O 14.b3 Qb7 15.Qe2 Rfe8 16.h3 Rab8 17.Rfd1 Bf8 18.Kh2 h6 19.Rc2 Be7 20.Bc1 Qc7 21.Bb2 Nd7 22.Bc3 Nf8 23.Qe3 c5 24.Bb2 Bd7 25.Nc3 Ne6 26.Nd5 Qd8 27.f4 Nd4 28.Rf2 Bc6 29.fxe5 dxe5 30.Bxd4 cxd4 31.Qf3 Rf8 32.Qh5 f6 33.h4 Be8 34.Qf3 Bf7 35.Bh3 Rb7 36.h5 a5 37.Kg2 Qe8 38.Bg4 Bc5 39.Rh1 Qc6 40.Rb2 Rfb8 41.Bf5 Kh8 42.Rhb1 Qe8 43.g4 Qc6
44. Qd3 Bg8 45.Qd1 Qa6 46.Rd2 a4 47.Rdb2 Qa8. 48.Kh2 Bf7 49.Kg2 Bf8 50.Kh2 Be8 51.b4 a3 52. Rb3 Ba4 53.b5 Qa7 54.Kg2 Qc5 55.Qd3 Bxb3 56.Qxb3 Ra8 57.Rd1 Qd6 58.Rc1 Qb8 59.Kf3 Bd6 60.Ke2 Bc5 61.Kd3 Qa7 62.Rb1 Qa5 63.Qc2 Qd8 64.Rh1 Qd6 65.Qb3 Re8 1/2-1/2

Adams had no time left on his clock at this time with Hydra at 30 mins
juve_leo 12 ( +1 | -1 )
Game 2 Can be viewed on Chessgames.com with an annotated repeat of the game on hess.fm. Game 3 will be live at 10.00AM EST tommrrow.
soikins 12 ( +1 | -1 )
Game 3 win for Hydra Hydra vs Adams

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. d4 Bg4 10. d5 Na5 11. Bc2 c6 12. h3 Bc8 13. dxc6 Qc7 14. Nbd2
Qxc6 15. Nf1 Be6 16. Ng5 Bd8 17. Ne3 Bd7 18. a4 h6 19. Nf3 Rc8 20. axb5
axb5 21. Nh4 Nc4 22. Nxc4 bxc4 23. Ba4 Qc7 24. Bxd7 Qxd7 25. Nf5 d5
26. Ra6 Qb7 27. Rd6 Be7 28. Bxh6 1-0
tertsius 11 ( +1 | -1 )
Am I wrong? It is my understanding that this "computer" is programmed by a GM and that the response(s) can be humanly manipulated during play?
premium_steve 10 ( +1 | -1 )
impossible. if it's a computer, then i am sure the moves are all made by the computer, without any aid, from move one.
juve_leo 23 ( +1 | -1 )
All Computers Are like this. Kasparov complained about human interference when he faced deep blue in 1997. Usually the programers step in if it is a draw situation because Hydra was not intended to find drawn positions
tertsius 21 ( +1 | -1 )
So I am correct to surmise that the "Programmer's" monitor the machines output; moves and intervene and or program response(s) before hand or during the match? This has been the history of all previous human-computer matchs.
soikins 75 ( +1 | -1 )
terstsius Programmers do not interfere with computers decisions during play, only decisions they make are resignation and draw offer (when they see that computer doesn't make any progress). They do programm the opening book before the match and that is the only way "they program response(s) beforehand". This has been the case in all previos Human vs. Machine matches (the only exceptions might be the 18-19 th century "machines" Turk, Ajeb and Mephisto :) ).

It is well known that with computer intervenience computers are much stronger than without it. See, for example "Freestyle chess" matches on playchess.com -> www.chessbase.com
cairo 63 ( +1 | -1 )
Update Human is suffering badly.........

Schedule
Game 1 Tues. 21 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 2 Wed. 22 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra 1/2-1/2
Game 3 Thurs. 23 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 4 Sat. 25 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra 0-1
Game 5 Sun. 26 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 6 Mon. 27 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra -

Score Michael Adams Hydra: 0.5:4.5

More here: -> www.chessbase.com

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cairo 103 ( +1 | -1 )
Final result Sad day for human...............


Adams trounced 5.50.5 by Hydra
One of the most lop-sided matches in recent memory ended Monday with another loss, with the white pieces, by Britain's top GM, Michael Adams, to the 32-processor hardware-enhanced Hydra chess machine. In six games at regular time controls Adams had succeeded in achieving a single draw in game two with a clever save in an essentially lost position. In the other five games he was essentially crushed by the machine.

Game 1 Tues. 21 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 2 Wed. 22 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra 1/2-1/2
Game 3 Thurs. 23 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 4 Sat. 25 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra 0-1
Game 5 Sun. 26 June 2005, 3 PM Hydra-Adams 1-0
Game 6 Mon. 27 June 2005, 3 PM Adams-Hydra 0-1

More here: -> www.chessbase.com

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Cairo
dokesa 17 ( +1 | -1 )
humanity I actually think it is a good day for humanity. We have successfully constructed a static algorithm that is more powerful in chess than the adaptive human mind.
fmgaijin 30 ( +1 | -1 )
Well . . . . . . since Hydra still hasn't beaten a strong CC GM yet (lost several matches) and can't beat Human + Commercial Program in the "Assisted" event AND isn't completely a static algorithm (still uses human-programmed book up through move 10), I'll withhold agreeing completely with dokesa!
cairo 19 ( +1 | -1 )
You made my day fmgaijin :-))

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dokesa 55 ( +1 | -1 )
Actually A computer is a strict subset of computer plus human, so the computer alone can never be better unless the human makes a mistake.
A human-programmed book is still part of the static algorithm. In addition to being equations, algorithms can also contain tables.
Against Nickel, was Hydra given the same amount of time that Nickel had or was it pulled away for other projects over those six months?
The only non-static part of the program is offering and accepting draws without three-move repetition.