Author Archives: Jan Krabbenbos
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: https://icga.leidenuniv.nl/?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 https://icga.leidenuniv.nl/?page_id=1992. Photos can be found via the menu of the Computer Olympiad -> 2017 -> Photos.
We are happy announce the 2017 ICGA events, consisting of: The World Computer Chess Championship The World Computer Software Championship The Speed Computer Chess Championship The Computer Olympiad Which will be held together with the Fifteenth International Conference on Advances … Continue reading
More information including pairings, results and standing can be found on the WCSC 2016 page. The games in PGN format (zipped) can be found here: WCSC2016.pgn The report can be found here: WCSC2016
Photos of the event can be found on the menu under Computer Olympiad -> 2016 -> Photos -> select your day.
The programme (in pdf) for the 22nd World Championships Computer Chess and the 19th Computer Olympiad can be found here: WCCC_COMPUTERGAMES 2 – 2016.