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sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-10-26, 16:32   



Ladies and gentlemen,

Tonight at 21:00 Warsaw time Sawyer (aka Mateusz Rędzioch) and Usiek (aka Łukasz Majksner) will play a match of four 15 min games on playok.

Sawyer took the 6th place in the open Polish championship in 2014. He is a very handsome and brave Polish guy - he was brave enough to register the nickname zolilama to play a series of 1 min games against Zoli and now has challenged Usiek to a match.

Usiek is a team world champion (and best on the 3rd board) and also won the 3rd place in the Czech Open 2015. He is the winner of the Black Meijin series of online tournaments and is a very well trained online blitz player - he almost never misses "Monday Blitz Evenings," a series of tournaments in 1 min games, and regularly qualifies to play in its monthly Grand Final.

Usiek accepted Sawyer's challenge and said that the latter needed a lesson :)

Rules of the match: gomoku, exactly five-in-a-row (overlines do not count as wins), swap2. The players are allowed to use only their brains, i.e., they are allowed only to look at the board shown on the screen and click. It is not allowed to use programs to analyse a position, use libraries, written notes, literature, analyse a position on a real or virtual board by placing stones, get hints from other people, etc.

Here is how you can watch the match:
1. Go to http://www.playok.com/en/gomoku
2. Click on "GUEST" (unless you want to register an account or use an already registered nickname of yours).
3. In the upper part of the screen, change the playing room to "#300... dobrocin" and click on the table at which Usiek and Sawyer are playing. Usiek will be on the nickname plgomoku, and Sawyer's nickname will be sawyersan.

We welcome such a new player as Sawyer to our gomoku fight club :) Come watch his performance tonight :)
 
 
sawyer199 

Dołączył: 12 Mar 2011
Posty: 114
Skąd: Łask
Wysłany: 2016-10-26, 22:20   

Przepraszam za moją nieobecność, ale nie spodziewałem się, że tak późno wrócę z roboty.

Mecz zostanie rozegrany jutro o godzinie 21.

Pozdro :P
_________________
"W polityce głupota nie stanowi przeszkody." — Napoleon Bonaparte
 
 
 
sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-10-27, 18:36   

To non-Polish speakers who cannot read the previous post by Sawyer:

Sawyer did not show up yesterday, apologised, and said he had not expected to arrive from work so late. The match has been rescheduled to today, Thu 27 Oct, and will be played at the same time, 21:00 Warsaw time. Come watch :)
 
 
Fudjin 

Dołączył: 30 Wrz 2016
Posty: 8
Skąd: Ukraine
Wysłany: 2016-10-31, 23:26   

Hello. On Tuesday will be match between me(fudjin) and puholek!
At 21-00 Moscow time on playok. 4 games by 30 min per player. Come watch
 
 
zukole 
Członek Zarządu


Dołączył: 04 Paź 2004
Posty: 3829
Skąd: Wrocław
Wysłany: 2016-11-01, 14:42   

Trochę więcej jest na vk:
fudjin napisał/a:
Во вторник в 21-00 мск я сыграю с Michał Zajk. ( так же известный как puholek)
Матч из 4х игр по 30 минут на playok. Первые 2 игры завтра, остальные - потом)

Michał Zajk - 3 строчка мирового рейтинга, один из самых сильных игроков современности, самый сильный игрок Польши (действующий чемпион Польши), в прошлом сезоне Евролиги занял 2 место по общему количеству очков (1-е у меня). Набрал 51 очко из 68 возможных (результативность - 75%), в то время как у меня было 56 очков из 72 возможных (77.78%). В том сезоне Евролиги не повезло сыграть друг против друга. Настал момент сделать это! ) Приходите, матч должен быть интересным😊
Mecz odbędzie się w dwóch fazach (2 gry na dzień). Początek dziś o 19:00.
 
 
Fudjin 

Dołączył: 30 Wrz 2016
Posty: 8
Skąd: Ukraine
Wysłany: 2016-11-01, 21:30   

Fudjin 2-0 Puholek! http://www.playok.com/ru/...k=2&oid=puholek
Last 2 games will be on Thursday at 22-00 Moscow time or 20-00 Polish.
 
 
usiek92 
Członek Zarządu


Dołączył: 25 Sie 2011
Posty: 418
Skąd: Radziejowice
Wysłany: 2016-11-01, 21:52   

Let me just use one word - pathetic.
 
 
edzi0 

Dołączył: 13 Wrz 2011
Posty: 8
Skąd: ---
Wysłany: 2016-11-01, 22:18   

brawo Fudjin!
 
 
bbj 


Dołączył: 16 Lis 2008
Posty: 518
Skąd: Śląskie
Wysłany: 2016-11-01, 23:40   

 
 
sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-11-02, 19:44   

 
 
Fudjin 

Dołączył: 30 Wrz 2016
Posty: 8
Skąd: Ukraine
Wysłany: 2016-11-03, 21:49   

3-1. thanks, Puholek, for nice games :) and sorry for lama style :P
 
 
sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-11-11, 23:17   





Ladies and gentlemen,

This Saturday, 12 Nov, two interesting online gomoku matches will be played.

First, Oleg Bulatovsky (also known as Gelo) and Denis Osipov (also known as Nirvana and c0sm0s) will play the first two games of their match of four 30 min games, starting at 16:00 Warsaw time.

The match will be played on playok.com.

Oleg Bulatovsky, Ukraine, won the Polish Open 2014 and also the Team European Championship 2014 as a member of the Hungarian team (which he joined for exceptional reasons). He is also quite strong online, as last season he took the 4th place in the IRP championship and earned 43.5 points in his 70 Euroleague games.

Denis Osipov, Russia, is one of the best Russian players. His real-life rating is 1745, which is the 15th line of the world ranking list. In 2015, he qualified to play in the final of the Russian gomoku championship (together with 9 other players) and took the 6th place. Last month Denis won a tournament in St. Petersburg, finishing above, in particular, Denis Kachaev, Edward Rizvanov, Alexander Ezupov and Ilya Katsev. Denis often plays on playok.com, and his well-known nicknames on that site include c0sm0s and nirrvana, while his another nickname, russroulette, is 2433. In his recent online match, he played four 30 min games against Rudolf Dupszki, the current world champion, and achieved a draw, 2-2.

Here is how you can watch the match:
1. Go to http://www.playok.com/en/gomoku
2. Click on "GUEST" (unless you want to register an account or use an already registered nickname of yours).
3. In the upper part of the screen, change the playing room to "#300... dobrocin" and click on the table at which the match is played. Oleg will be on the nickname gelo0one, and Denis' nickname will be c0ms0mol.

Later the same evening, Pavel Laube (also known as Kedlub) and Ilya Muratov (also known as Furla) will play the two remaining games of their match of four 30+5 games, starting at 20:00 Warsaw time. The current score is 2-0 in Pavel's favour.

To remind, the time control 30+5 means that in each game each player has initially thirty minutes and gets five additional seconds for each move made by him.

The match will be played on a convenient Czech server, piskvorky.net. An instruction how you can watch the games is provided below.

Pavel Laube, Czech Republic, has a rating of 1801 and occupies the 12th line of the world ranking list. He is the current champion of Czech Republic and won the 2nd place in the World Championship in 2013 as well as the 3rd place in 2009. Pavel is also good at online games with a short time control - for example, in season 2014/2015 he achieved an efficiency of 71% in the Euroleague, where the time control is 10 min.

Ilya Muratov, Russia, has a rating of 1819, which is the 11th line of the world ranking list. He won the Russian championship in 2014 and 2015 and took the 3rd place in it this year. Ilya plays fast games extremely well and, in particular, this year defeated everyone in the Laryx tournament, where the time control was 20+10, including the current Russian champion Yury Tarannikov as well as Mikhail Lomakin and Alexander Bogatirev. Ilya also cuts the mustard in online games - in the Euroleague, his efficiency was 65% last season, and he also quite well plays in the "Monday Blitz Evenings," where the time control is 1 min.

Russia and Czech Republic are two of the major gomoku powers, so this match between the current Czech champion and the guy who won the Russian championship more times than anyone else is very interesting :) Best Czech vs best Russian - obviously, this is how many people see this match :)

After the first two games, Ilya wrote on vk.com, "I enjoyed the games. It is a pleasure for me when someone plays so strong against me. I even cannot say that I did something wrong. My opponent was simply better at both tactics and calculation, and I did not expect that. Now that I know how well my opponent plays, I will try to rehabilitate my reputation in the remaining two games."

Will Ilya level the score? Or will Pavel be able to keep a clean sheet against Ilya?

Here is how you can watch the games:

1. Go to piskvorky.net/en
2. In the upper part of the screen, type any guest name under "Play as a guest" and click on the button "Enter" (unless you want to log in as a previously registered user, not as a guest). You will immediately find yourself in the playing hall.
3. Find the game being played by Pavel and Ilya and click on the button "Sit down" near it. Pavel will be on the nickname Kedlub, and Ilya will be on the nickname Furla.
4. If the board looks like a notebook page with crosses and zeros, choose "Design board" in the upper right corner to make the board look like on playok.com.
5. In the upper right corner of the window with the board, click on the sign between "–" and "X" to maximise the window.

Come watch and, if you are Czech or Russian, support your compatriot by your presence :) Do not forget to go get your popcorn :)
 
 
sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-11-12, 14:24   

P.S. The rules of the two matches announced in the post above are as usual: gomoku, exactly five-in-a-row (overlines do not count as wins), swap2. The players are allowed to use only their brains, i.e., they are allowed only to look at the board shown on the screen and click. It is not allowed to use programs to analyse positions, use libraries, written notes, literature, analyse positions on a real or virtual board by placing stones, get hints from other people, etc.

Come watch the matches :)
 
 
sandra113 

Dołączyła: 23 Kwi 2016
Posty: 217
Skąd: Australia
Wysłany: 2016-11-23, 03:37   



Ladies and gentlemen,

An epic online gomoku match of two games with the time control 120+30 and the rule "everything is allowed, including programs and hints from friends" has been arranged to be played between Alex Popiel (also known as Lamaza) and Dmitry Epifanov (also known as Owen) - the first game will be played already this Friday, 25 Nov, at 17:00 Central European Time (Warsaw, Prague, Budapest) on logic-games.spb.ru/gomoku/?lang=en, and the playing nicknames used in this match will be Owen and Alex Popiel.

Both participants are exceptionally strong personalities and real demons on the playing board. No wonder they are very famous in the Russian gomoku community and beyond it.

Alex Popiel, Germany, captains the team "The Lords of XO" in the Euroleague, a large online team gomoku tournament involving many top players, and has successfully led his team to winning last season's title. Alex is very famous for his analysing skills and has provided a major contribution to his team's analysis databases. He also won the Euroleague in 2011 and 2012 as well as the Rustournament, a now-extinct large-scale online gomoku competition for Russian-speaking players, in 2011.

Dmitry Epifanov, Russia, is a two-times renju champion of Russia (2013, 2014). He won the World Correspondence Renju Championship in 2007 and authored the book "The Caged Tiger - Renju opening book for Yamaguchi rule" containing 1400+ diagrams. His most recent achievement is the first place in the Renju European Championship and Asian Cup held in Tashkent about a month ago, where he finished above, in particular, the ex-champion of the world Tunnet Taimla. Dmitry is also a very successful renju trainer, with three of his current young students having qualified to play next year in the Russian Premier League, the major annual Russian renju tournament for 16 best players. One of Dmitry's students won a silver medal of the Youth Gomoku World Championship.

Undoubtedly, Alex and Dmitry are great masters of deep computer analysis.

The use of programs will help the participants of the match avoid calculation errors, which spoil so many normal online gomoku games, and thereby will make the match a great competition in strategy.

Also, the rule "everything is allowed" absolutely guarantees the absence of cheating, as there are simply no rules to break.

The match will obviously not be reduced to a "pure prog vs pure prog" competition - clearly, any current program will soundly lose at this time control to a strong player equipped by a reasonably good program, as no current program can think strategically. This year Dmitry beat the famous program Yixin in an official renju match of eight 120+30 games, only looking at the board and not using any program at all.

The exact computer model will not play a crucial role - a computer that is two times faster usually allows a program to see only one stone deeper, for a fixed calculation time. Having better strategic skills is far more important.

Each of the participants is encouraged to build a team of his friends and enjoy their help during the games, thereby making the match a team competition. Each side has the right to officially nominate all or some of its team members, in which case they will be announced shortly before each game and thus will share the glory in case of a victory.

Anyway, each of the two games of the match is going to be a high-quality epic strategic battle that will be very interesting to watch in real time.

Exact rules: Gomoku, exactly five-in-a-row (overlines do not count as wins), swap2, everything is allowed, e.g., the players may use programs to analyse positions, libraries, written notes, literature, analyse positions on a real or virtual board by placing stones, get hints from other people, and even let anyone actually operate at the playing site, but it is Alex and Dmitry who will be considered ultimately responsible for the moves made and the result achieved.

A disclaimer: While Dmitry has already demonstrated excellent gomoku skills, he is almost exclusively a renju player, so his performance in this match may be below what he would show in a similar match with the renju rules. No serious conclusions about the quality of his play in renju should be made from this gomoku match.

As noted above, the first game will be played this Friday, 25 Nov, at 17:00 Central European Time (Warsaw, Prague, Budapest), while the date and time of the remaining game will be decided upon later.

Here is how you can watch the match:

1. Go to https://logic-games.spb.ru/gomoku/?lang=en

A menu with four options will pop up.

2. In the menu, under "Welcome," click on the right button ("Play as a guest"), unless you want to register or use an existing account. After you click on that button, a short non-translated Russian text will appear below it. Click on the button just below that text. (This button just means that you understand the limitations of using a guest account and agree to proceed.)

3. To make the board look like on playok.com, click on "Options" below the board. Then, under "Marks," select "Stones" and then click on "OK" below.

4. To avoid highly distracting invitations to play, click on "Options" (under the board), select "Do not invite me to the game," and click on "OK."

5. In the upper left corner, click on "In Game" and find the game being played by Alex and Dmitry. As noted above, Dmitry will be on the nickname Owen, while Alex will use his real name, Alex Popiel, as his playing nickname. Click on the game and enjoy :)
 
 
bbj 


Dołączył: 16 Lis 2008
Posty: 518
Skąd: Śląskie
Wysłany: 2016-11-23, 07:11   

A może by tak zorganizować mecz luckybot vs gomokubot na tydzień ze wszystkimi najlepszymi parametrami? :P
 
 
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