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Author:  bugsti [ Wed Jan 08, 2020 3:13 pm ] 
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And wrote: georgenan wrote: SAI gives the only right answer to this why is the only right answer? White can make any move and still win (maybe almost any ) here https://lifein19x19.com/viewtopic.php?p=244851#p244851 really the only right answer Nope, you are probably forgetting the tiny differences between japanese and chinese rules There is just one winning sequence for white under chinese rules. 
Author:  Bill Spight [ Wed Jan 08, 2020 3:40 pm ] 
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bugsti wrote: And wrote: georgenan wrote: SAI gives the only right answer to this why is the only right answer? White can make any move and still win (maybe almost any ) here https://lifein19x19.com/viewtopic.php?p=244851#p244851 really the only right answer Nope, you are probably forgetting the tiny differences between japanese and chinese rules There is just one winning sequence for white under chinese rules. There are five winning moves for White under both Japanese and Chinese rules. (Edit: Corrected number of winning moves.) I haven't looked at the problem for a long time, but all problems in the book are White to play and win so that Japanese and Chinese rules agree. I.e., if White wins by 1 pt. of territory there will be an even number of stones on the board, the same number for each player. 
Author:  And [ Thu Jan 09, 2020 3:22 pm ] 
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Zenith Go 7 Analyze: S14  52 Q10  51 H2  51 H16  49 G15  49 (fixed in SGF: Komi 0 and Chinese rules) 
Author:  Bill Spight [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 7:59 am ] 
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And wrote: Zenith Go 7 Analyze: S14  52 Q10  51 H2  51 H16  49 G15  49 (fixed in SGF: Komi 0 and Chinese rules) The five winning plays are S14, Q16, Q07, Q10, and R09. BTW, what is SAI's mainline solution? 
Author:  And [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 10:10 am ] 
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SAI 0.17.5 (Sabaki, 10000 Playouts, komi 0) #222 afe36b9d R9 > 8280 (V: 53.90%) O2 > 431 (V: 50.05%) H2 > 236 (V: 51.91%) S14 > 193 (V: 49.90%) Q16 > 104 (V: 45.57%) A7 > 101 (V: 48.08%) A17 > 95 (V: 46.22%) C19 > 94 (V: 46.42%) Q10 > 85 (V: 52.01%) #223 2cc322d9 S14 > 8423 (V: 54.28%) O2 > 369 (V: 50.57%) Q7 > 217 (V: 49.62%) Q10 > 212 (V: 50.41%) A17 > 127 (V: 45.19%) #224 dd403c0b S14 > 7354 (V: 54.74%) H2 > 1628 (V: 51.89%) O2 > 241 (V: 48.18%) Q16 > 169 (V: 46.91%) C19 > 114 (V: 45.18%) #225 ef877be3 H2 > 8419 (V: 54.16%) O2 > 409 (V: 49.71%) S14 > 355 (V: 51.01%) Q16 > 174 (V: 48.24%) A17 > 104 (V: 42.99%) #230 6ebb71b9 S14 > 6576 (V: 51.31%) Q7 > 2199 (V: 50.75%) O2 > 170 (V: 44.59%) B8 > 115 (V: 44.15%) A7 > 113 (V: 45.65%) 
Author:  Bill Spight [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 12:58 pm ] 
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Thanks for SAI's variations. Not solved, I am afraid. Here is an SGF file. 
Author:  And [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:06 am ] 
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CS Zero probably sees some trick : C19  57.6% 85178026 A17  56.5% 155301 H16  55% 122714 S14  56.1% 85306 A7  54.7% 65181 playing on dan 9 chooses a move H2 
Author:  georgenan [ Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:32 pm ] 
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Sorry for my unclear description. It's is a test for professionals in endgame stage and it's designed by Berlekamp https://math.berkeley.edu/~berlek/index.html It's Japanese Rule and its goal is to give the right sequence with no concession. White first. When komi>2, it's easy to win for bots. Since Katago is lessconsolidation with territorycounting and SAI is lessconsolidation with komiestimation, But SAI's 9b will give wrong answer in liveordead situation. In this game, SAI always makes wrong judgement on top left 10 stones. My SAI parameters: Code: g b 0 noponder p 0 v 0 r 3 m 0 komi 0 nrsymm lambda 0.1 mu 0.5 t 6 batchsize 5 j SAI performs more accurate than KataGo when komi = 0. I'm using weight file SAI238. Using lambda 0.5 SAI may try aggressive moves. Since lambda 0.1 is used in selfplays I think it could be a proper choice. Using mu less than 0.2 will give H2 as other strong bots. 
Author:  georgenan [ Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:33 pm ] 
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S14 is the best move by designer Prof. Berlekamp and Chang Hao gave the right answer in news report. But the mathematical analysis method hadn't accepted by go players. I read this on a Chinese articlehttps://zhuanlan.zhihu.com/p/33860825 without the sequence after S14. 
Author:  Bill Spight [ Mon Jan 13, 2020 1:31 am ] 
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georgenan wrote: It's is a test for professionals in endgame stage and it's designed by Berlekamp https://math.berkeley.edu/~berlek/index.html This problem is based upon Theorem 8 in the book, which David Wolfe solved for his Ph.D. thesis. Quote: It's Japanese Rule and its goal is to give the right sequence with no concession. The problems in the book lead to the same answer under both Japanese and Chinese rules, as with correct play White wins by 1 pt. with 0 komi. Generally there is no single correct sequence, and not always only one correct first play. Amateurs who have understood the book can solve these problems in a minute or two. Quote: In this game, SAI always makes wrong judgement on top left 10 stones. I take it that you are referring to the 10 White stones that eventually will be put in atari. One important aspect of this position is that with correct play that atari will not happen before the dame stage. It is unlikely that a bot will have learned those conditions through self play. That fact makes plays gain less than 1 pt. by territory scoring and less than 2 pts. by area scoring. IMHO the book does not explain the conditions under which that is the case clearly enough for practical go players who are not mathematicians. Oven 10 years ago I wrote up a small article which I hope does a better job of explaining Wolfe's results. I would like to get it published in a top weiqi magazine. 
Author:  Bill Spight [ Mon Jan 13, 2020 1:50 am ] 
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georgenan wrote: S14 is the best move by designer Prof. Berlekamp and Chang Hao gave the right answer in news report. David Wolfe may be the composer of that problem, as it is based upon his theorem. Anyway, you can show that White S14 is the best firs move, but four other first moves produce a White win with correct play. Quote: But the mathematical analysis method hadn't accepted by go players. This problem may be analyzed using difference games, which Berlekamp and Wolfe explain in their book, and by the method of multiples, which I deveolped to illustrate the mean value theorem. I have written about both methods online for many years. Instead of the method of multiples it may be analyzed by thermography, which also appears in the book, or by other methods which I discovered on my own, and I am sure other people have, as well. See Robert Jasiek's books. But, yes, sadly, the methods in the book have not been adopted by pros, even though the book came out in 1994, and other papers on these topics have been published since. I ran into unexpected opposition a few years ago in getting my article about getting the last play published in the magazine Myosu. The opposition came not from a pro, but from a strong amateur on their editorial staff. {shrug} 
Author:  And [ Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:06 am ] 
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networks of 12x256 appeared in test matches, soon there will probably be a change http://sai.unich.it 
Author:  Javaness2 [ Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:43 am ] 
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I am rather late to the party, so forgive me if my question sounds a bit rude, but... What is different about this HNG variant of LeelaZero, why should we be interested in it? 
Author:  And [ Wed Jan 15, 2020 9:16 am ] 
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https://github.com/saidev/sai/wiki/Features 
Author:  And [ Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:23 am ] 
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Probably today there will be a transition to 12x256 
Author:  And [ Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:58 pm ] 
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"Hello! We are moving to 12x256 with the next promotion. Stay tuned!" https://github.com/saidev/sai/issues/3 ... 586396400 
Author:  lichigo [ Fri Feb 14, 2020 2:20 pm ] 
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Hello, I'm wondering what is the difference between 40x256 and 12x256? 
Author:  counting [ Sat Feb 15, 2020 11:43 am ] 
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lichigo wrote: Hello, I'm wondering what is the difference between 40x256 and 12x256? Obviously 40x256 is 10240 and 12x256 is 3072, so 40x256 has more power 
Author:  splee99 [ Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:39 am ] 
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Don't forget the capability to play handicap games. Although the 40 block network is powerful, it basically has not much idea how to play handicap games. 
Author:  And [ Tue Mar 03, 2020 11:35 am ]  
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SAI already in some positions smarter than the ELFv2! for example, understands the ladder! ELFv2  SAI (#285 aa09e39f), GF610, 5sec/move: SAI's next move is p8! I changed the color of the engines in this position, the ELF continued to the ladder and after a few moves gave up!

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