|time||9 minutes plus 10/30s|
The first round started at 08:00 UTC.
Black won 36 games and White won 36 games.
In the table above,|
0 is a loss
1 is a win
J is jigo
left superscript is the player's colour
right superscript is the round in which the game was played
a subscript shows how the result was determined:
R for resignation
T for time
F for forfeit
a number for the points difference after counting.
All the 0s, 1s and Js are links to the game record.
Five players registered for the tournament. I therefore added GNU Go, running on a single processor of my own desktop PC. I believe that having it play is better than having byes: GNU Go is so weak that it is unlikely to affect the result, but strong enough that it can win the occasional game.
I have nothing to say about the actual play, as most of the players are stronger than me.
Zen19S won all 24 of its games. This is a most impressive achievement. Over this many games, we would expect at least a few upsets (as the results of gnugo3pt8 show); but Zen19S won all 24 of its games.
Players receive points for the 2013 Annual KGS Bot Championship as follows: