Lost to Go software made in North Korea

update Last updated: June 14, 2015 at 12:06 AM

Last night, in my spare time, I played a game with CPU after a long time.

It is a match against the mysterious Go software "Ginsei 14" that the thought engine is said to have been developed in North Korea.
The Ginsei series is sold from Silver Star Japan, a japanese company.
Its silver star 14 is an amateur six-stage.
The latest version of 15 seems to be six steps or more.
North Korea's IT technology is not to be reckoned with.

By the way, the reason for the dramatic strengthening of go software in recent years is that the theory of Monte Carlo method used in quantum mechanics was incorporated into the thought engine of go software.

The result was a big failure in my early stages, and it was the first and a half win of the silver star 14 black number. (__;)
It's a shock to lose to 15-second mode.
If you beat it according to the pace of cpu thinking time, i'll be defeated. (T.T)

Playback (a little explanation is described)

【 Hand-in-hand 】
Earlier, black six and a half comics

【 Consumption time 】
Black: 25 minutes 24 seconds ... 6D Ginsei 14 (Force type/consideration time: 15 seconds + opponent consideration time)
White: 34 minutes 39 seconds ... 5D Senri

【 Machine Spec 】
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) 64×2 Dual Core Processor 5000+ 2.6GHz
RAM: 6.00GB
Windows 7 Ultimate (32bit)

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