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Questions tagged [leela]

Related to the chess engine Leela, also known as Lc0 or Leela Chess Zero, an open-source adaptation of Deep Mind's AlphaZero.

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Lc0 gets slower if weight file gets bigger

I have two weight files, one with a size of 6MB and the other 45MB (files is listed here). The problem is that when I start to compute a move, it takes too much time, especially when I use the larger ...
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Leela Chess PUCT Mechanism

How do we know w_i which is not possible to calculate using the tree search only? From the lc0 slide, w_i is equal to summation of subtree of V ? How is this equivalent to winning ?
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Leela chess zero weight files

I'm using Leela chess zero for a couple of days and found a couple of weight files here. But what is the place to be for weight files? I can imagine that lc0's strength is determined by the weight ...
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Enable pondering with Leela chess zero

I just got Leela Chess Zero up and running inside docker using this guide. Added a couple of weights from here Now, when I run leela $> lczero -w path/to/weight/file go info depth 16 nodes 435 ...
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Leela Chess Zero - UCI engine

What is current use status of Leela for practical player? Is it already working well as UCI? Could anybody give some insight on strength with various thinking times, especially in analysis mode? As ...
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Can an Irwin Cheat Detector catch a user who is using a Leela chess bot for cheating?

I’m a big fan of chess cheat detection apps, like Irwin that was created by lichess.org. But I heard that there is a new bot called Leela that is teaching herself how to play chess, and to think in a ...
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Why are Leela's fans so passionate? [closed]

The neural-network engine Leela is a relatively new one. It's also got some extremely passionate fans. For example they write things like this: Wait 5-6 months, and we will see SF8 on uber-duper ...
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Alpha Zero vs Lc0 - time for self-play

Alpha Zero defeated Stockfish after only 9 hours of self-play. On the other hand, Lc0, has been training for several months and while attaining impressive strength (to say the least...) it's still not ...