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AlphaZero (Computer) vs Stockfish (Computer)
AlphaZero - Stockfish Match (2018), London ENG, Jan-18
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen. Bastrikov Variation English Attack (B48)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-11-19
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  ray keene: Interesting in this dead drawn endgame that Stockfish fails to head for a8 with its King for such a long time , thus making the draw manifest. One would expect this to be programmed knowledge.
Jan-11-19  amateur05: The pointless wandering of the black king between moves 52 and 256 shows the difference between a computer and a human brain.
Jan-11-19
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  keypusher: The superior play up until move 52 does also.
Dec-07-20
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  louispaulsen88888888: A draw is a draw. It makes no difference to the machine where its king is. Especially here, where the machine can figure out every possible variation. One definitely drawn position is the same as any other definitely drawn position.

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