Eighty-ninth KGS Computer Go Tournament
Sunday January 13th, 2013
These results also appear on an
official KGS page.
|time||29 minutes plus 10/30s|
The first round started at 08:00 UTC.
In the table above,
0 is a loss
1 is a win
J is jigo
left superscript is the player's colour
right superscript is the round in which the game was played
a subscript shows how the result was determined:
R for resignation
T for time
F for forfeit
a number for the points difference after counting.
All the 0s, 1s and Js are links to the game record.
Seven players registered for the tournament.
David Fotland forgot to run ManyFaces1, so it did not play.
He has sent his apologies.
At the start of round 1, CrazyStone and ManyFaces1 were not connected to
KGS. However Rémi Coulom was connected, and he was able to get CrazyStone working
A few minutes after round 1 had started and I had time to think, I realised that I
was in no state to be out of bed. I was suffering from a norovirus infection, and
went back to bed and slept. At 14:30 I woke up and switched on my computer again
in time to see CrazyStone win its second game against Zen19S. So, I regret that I
have no comments on any of the games. Fortunately, nothing needed my attention.
Players receive points for the
2013 Annual KGS Bot Championship
- Aya, running all 12 threads on an i7-980X 3.3GHz 6cores +HT.
- Crazy Stone, running on a 24-core PC.
- MC_ark, running on Core-i7 2600K 3.40GHz*4core(8thread) 16GB RAM) version 6.0.
- nomitan, running on a computer with 2 Xeon E5-2680 processors. Total of (16 cores @ 2.70Ghz) = 43.2 Ghz .
- Orego, running on one node of our custom Linux cluster Fido. The node has two AMD Six Core Opteron 2427 2.2 GHz processors (12 cores total), 8 GB RAM, Centos Linux
- Zen, running on a mini-cluster of 4 PCs (a dual 6-core Xeon X5680/4 GHz, a 6-core i7 3930K/4 GHz, a 6-core Xeon W3680/4 GHz and a 6-core i7 980X/4 GHz) connected via a GbE LAN.