Leela Chess Zero won the 13th season of the Computer Chess Championship 106-94 against Stockfish 11. The Neural Network did so with an incredible understanding of space and control and some amazing positional concepts. Watch the neural net engine convert a stranglehold against the traditional engine!
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how dowe humans ever compete against these monstor engines ? !!!!
lmao quarantine vibes with chess
I found the queen moving back move, I feel insanely smart
i disagree, i think Kh2 is useful, if you are going to push all your king pawns you may as well push the king behind them for safety and preparing for the endgame ultimately (the king is an attacking piece)
Am I the only one who hears Quentin Tarantino if I close my eyes?
2:16 King h2.. I believe used king as bait to get knight.
this particular game reminds me of alphazero's playstyle (in some leela wins i don't have that impression)
It would have been interesting if you told us what Leela thought of SF Queen B6 or what leela would have played instead like if she would have agreed with the humans
What if the King H2 way at the beginning was prep for a potential King H3 in one of the example lines you gave. 😉
Leela: Hmm… I think I see a mate in 54
Reminds me a little of Fischer-Spassky game 6. Black just has no moves.
this is so much beyond human level play, its mind blowing. Sure some of the insane moves could be found by top level grandmasters but leela basicly does something insane every couple of moves.
A Kh2 supports the pawn on g3, it may have been a useful waiting move.
Very well explained
Amazing! Please keep those coming.
2:18 i'm sure that in the engine mind, there was no move giving it an advantage so it did what you would do to protect your king in case of an invasion on the a rank maybe in a very deep tree search
Sam, thank you. Great explanation.
Really good analysis
4:37 is the reason leela played Kh2 @2:16. g3 pawn protection
Brilliant game! So many sacs for the positional advantage. Black's was just crushed under the press.
2:15 After e5, Be7; Kh2 is played as the best move against Nf5, attacking both the pawn on g4 and the bishop on e3.
g4 is too unstable and the bishop is best placed on d2 if it needs to move.
1:44 that’s not what begging the question means
Nice vid, thanks Sam
Leela: I win connect 4!
IM Eric Rosen: BOW BENEATH MY POWER
Awesome analysis. Thank you Sam Copeland!
that zugzwang pronunciation is a blunder, jesus
Awesome game, so many sad moves (I can hear the violin playing in the background) by Stockfish to contain the invading White pieces. Leela played more than a few double exclamation mark (!!) moves that it's insane.What a phenomenal game with so many exciting elements. Positional play, sacrifices, passed pawns and a mating attack.This is chess art at its highest level. Then there's also the other game by Leela where she pushed a pawn into Stockfish's d6 and sacrificed a piece for long-term advantage. How many more astounding games like these will we be seeing over time?
At 1:45 it does not "beg the question" of why Stockfish's queen was on b6; it raises the question. The commentator made a very common error with the phrase "begging the question" by misusing it to mean "raising the question". The actual meaning of the phrase "begging the question" is to use an argument which assumes the truth of the very thing you are trying to prove.
King h2 was probably freeing up the back rank for Leela’s rooks
King at h2 is much more protected than at g1.
Chess engines don't fucking "understand" anything!!!
How do I download full pgns of these seasons
What is currently the rating of Leela?
Everytime he says, "In the game" and reverts the board, I feel like I woke up in inception.
Disliking the video because he keeps calling leela "it"
Some good commentary.
Great video, thanks!
There is only 2 engine and played each other once and its called computer chess championship??? Haha
begging the question
kh2 just looks nice so it was played
That's is some good amazing pawn stormed .Leela understanding 0f the position is why he beats Stockfish 11.
I wonder what version of Leela ?
I think Ka2 supporting the pawns in order to attack with these pawns. I see leela put quite a lot of pieces to support these pawns and black's king is unprotected.
Linked pawns are very strong and they often make opponent's position passive
This game was somewhat ivanchuk-style game
Gotta say, I get huge enjoyment from the way that this guy narrates these games.
i think king h2 was for when the queen captured it wouldnt come with check
King move to H2, was to protect the pawn on g3, should his other pawns got traded off.
this version of stockfsh won the TCEC 18