Author Archives: Jan Krabbenbos
Round 5 starts at 19:00 The live games of the World Computer Software Championship can be followed on: WCSC2018 Live games. You have to select the round and game in the top right if you do not see a live … Continue reading
More information on https://icga.org/?page_id=2475. The games will not be broadcasted! After the tournament the results and all games will be published on this website.
Yesterday the Computer Olympiad started in Taipeh, Taiwan. For results and photos we will use Facebook first and post them here at a later moment. See also the website for more information. Tomorrow, on Monday the Conference on Computers and Games … Continue reading
International Grandmaster Harry Schussler will be commenting on all the rounds of the WCSC and the WCCC in Stockholm, Sweden. He will be there all day on each of the playing days.
The AlphaGo film will be shown at the WCCC/WCSC playing location on Friday 13 July, 18:00. AlphaGo chronicles a journey from the backstreets of Bordeaux, past the coding terminals of Google DeepMind, to Seoul, where a legendary Go master faces an … Continue reading
The current list of participants is added on a separate page, displaying the tournaments they have joined. You can find this page here: 2018 Chess Events Participants list. When new entries arrive, they will be added to this list. Also an … Continue reading
The website for the Computer Olympiad for registration and information is available on http://www.tcga.tw/icga-computer-olympiad-2018/en/.
The website for the Conference and the Computer Olympiad can be found at http://icga.ntpu.edu.tw/icga2018/. The flyer for the call for papers can be downloaded from this site: call for paper-english-20180125-chen.
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.