How cool would it be to have the world's most powerful computer analyzing games played in a match between the world's two strongest human players? Has it happened yet and is the analysis available?

  • Alphazero isn't a computer. Commented Nov 25, 2018 at 14:42

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Yes, there is: AlphaZero on Carlsen-Caruana Games 1-8 and AlphaZero on Carlsen-Caruana Games 9-12. We don't have seen the PGNs with their concrete lines so far.

I'm not sure how helpful that is. Just one minute thinking time … seems to be a bit short. Some deeper calculation might be more valuable.

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    One minute thinking time was also the rule for the match against Stockfish. Of course it is not really enough for Stockfish but since AlphaZero works in a completely different way using massive parallelism and look-ups it is fine for AlphaZero.
    – Brian Towers
    Commented Nov 25, 2018 at 0:32
  • Having seen the video and analysis, even with one minute alpha finds some quite unusual yet effective plans. Quite good insight on creative plans.
    – Isac
    Commented Nov 26, 2018 at 14:15

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