|time||19 minutes plus 10/30s|
The first round started at 08:00 UTC.
|1||Zen19X||W12R B14R W17R B110R W112R B0151½ W116R||B13R W15R B18R W111R B114R W117R||B11R W16R B19R W113R B118R||17||125||113||Winner|
|2||AyaMC||B02R W04R B07R W010R B012R W1151½ B016R||B11R W16R B19R W113R B118R||B13R W15R B18R W111R B114R W117R||12||155||53|
|3||NiceGo19N||W03R B05R W08R B011R W014R B017R||W01R B06R W09R B013R W018R||B02R W14R B17R W110R B112R W115R B116R||6||169||6|
|4||Orego32||W01R B06R W09R B013R W018R||W03R B05R W08R B011R W014R B017R||W12R B04R W07R B010R W012R B015R W016R||1||199||6|
Black won 17 games and, White won 19. As almost all the results between any pair of players was the same, and as each pair alternated in colours as they played each other, this tells us very little.
Four players registered.
In round 13, Zen19X had its only loss, to AyaMC. This was a particularly difficult game to understand, with the centre of the board occupied by a large seki. AyaMC won by 1½ points, and a kibitzer suggested that it had thrown away a few points to obtain this minimal winning margin (as MC-based programs are often perceived by humans to do).
Players receive points for the 2015 Annual KGS Bot Championship as follows: