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New kitchen cabinets, granite counters, plumbing fixture, light fixture, flooring and garbage disposal. New stainless steel appliances. New interior doors, trim and hardware. New lighting fixtures New plumbing fixtures Two wood burning fireplaces and an area in the basement to add a wood burner. New stucco Gazebo newly painted and new roof Pond that has been newly renovated finished. Shuffle Board court newly painted and striped Xeriscape yard.
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We use Google services to display ads. Stockfish, which is available in our openSUSE repos as a free download is the reigning champion and is currently leading the field, in fact was on something like a game undefeated streak going into this final round and has been crushing foes one after another. Then, the unexpected. The engine who was faring last in this final round suddenly took Stockfish's scalp in a very unexpected win. Then, a few games later and only a couple hours ago, lc0 which is the actual subject of this post also beat Stockfish.
This new engine, lc0 Leela is a new engine which in its current incarnation has been competing only very recently, and it grabbed my attention for a couple reasons It doesn't work very much like any previous chess engine, and if one looks at its games, you'd be struck by how differently it values initiative and seems to evaluate positional sacrifices, one of the most difficult things to master where you give away material and arrive at an objective position that cannot be measured by traditional piece values That's the magic of chess, that wooden pieces which are normally assigned static values can be imbued with extraordinary powers when conditions are right And, most players computer and human don't or can't recognize those situations.
The other unique thing about lc0 which I still want to investigate is that supposedly this new incarnation doesn't require instruction how to play the game. Supposedly you just feed it thousands of games, and it teaches itself the rules of the game, and because of this the program doesn't just play world class chess. It also plays world class go and shojei without modifying the program. That's some kind of machine learning.
Any of you interested in trying out this lc0 chess engine on openSUSE? I've just created a Pull request for the lc0 project containing instructions for installing on openSUSE.
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