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|time||14 minutes plus 10/30s|
The first round started at 08:00 UTC.
|1||AyaMC||B12R W14R B17R W09R B112R||B1167½ W1542½ B1889½ W11136½||B13R W16R B110R||11||60||52||Winner|
|2||LeelaBot||W02R B04R W07R B19R W012R||B1389½ W16F B11027½||B11T W15R B18R W111R||8||70||26|
|3||CyberGoBot||W0167½ B0542½ W0889½ B01136½||W0389½ B06F W01027½||W12R B14R W17R B19R W112R||5||68||0|
|4||gnugo3pt8||W03R B06R W010R||W01T B05R W08R B011R||B02R W04R B07R W09R B012R||0||90||0|
Excluding one forfeited game, Black won 14 games and White won 9 games.
Three players registered for the Formal division and none for the Open division. I used gnugo3pt8 to make an even number and avoid byes.
One of the entrants was a new program to these events: CyberGo, written by Paul Hepperger, of Vienna, Austria.
In round 1, gnugo3pt8 failed to respond to move 73. I closed it down and relaunched it, and it rejoined its game with LeelaBot, but did not make a move. I have never known it to hang like this before. It eventually lost on time.
In round 2, at 0832 UTC, gnugo3pt8 and I were both disconnected from the server. We reconnected easily, and gnugo3pt8 resumed its game with CyberGoBot. The other game was slow to resume, its players had also been disconnected. Some other human users, including AyaBot's creator HYamashita, also reported that they had been disconnected.
|CyberGoBot vs LeelaBot|
In round 3, CyberGoBot tried to fight an unwinnable ko with LeelaBot, as shown to the right, and eventually lost.
In round 10, gnugo3pt8 again hung, against AyaMC. Closing and relaunching it caused it to resume play.
Players receive points for the 2016 Annual KGS Bot Championship as follows: