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Dear Colleagues, The ICGA is pleased to announce that the 2018 Computer Olympiad (July 7th-13th) and the 10th International Conference on Computer and Games (CG 2018, July 9th-11th) will be held in Taiwan. The Chess events, including the World Computer … Continue reading
After 6 play-off games Komodo has won the title World Computer Chess Champion 2017! Congratulations to Komodo and the team behind it! Final standings: Komodo Jonny Shredder Chiron More information is available on the WCCC 2017 page.
With all games ended, there will be play-offs for place 1-2 between Jonny and Komodo and for place 3 between Shredder and Chiron. First 2 games with 45 min. + 15 s time control will be played. If those games … Continue reading
The results of the World Computer Blitz Championship can be found here: /?page_id=1994
The ICGA now also has a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theICGA/.
The computer chess games can be followed live on Chess.com (login and click on the events tab = binoculars) and also via http://toernooien.krabbenbos.org/LiveWCCC2017.html. There is a chatbox available! The pairing, results and standings can be found here: http://toernooien.krabbenbos.org/WCCC2017/ Games download in PGN: wccc2017.pgn. Report about … Continue reading
All information about the WCSC 2017 has been moved to the /?page_id=1992. Photos can be found via the menu of the Computer Olympiad -> 2017 -> Photos.
The schedule for ICGA events is on this page: https://acg2017.wordpress.com/schedule/ We will post the new times on the WCSC 2017 page.
World Computer Chess Championship (July 3rd-7th) Komodo (reigning champion from the 2016 event) Jonny (2015 World Computer Chess Champion) Deep Shredder (2015 World Chess Software Champion) Chiron (rated 3204 in the CCRL and 3180 in the SSFD list) The tournament … Continue reading
David Levy – ICGA President The new format for the World Computer Chess Championship appears to have been a success insofar as it has avoided the need for this year’s event to be cancelled, which is the only alternative we … Continue reading