I maltreat vegetables, I fry fish, I hold AI thighs, but I am a Super Master of chess.
22 years ago, Kasparov was working with supercomputers.
At that time, he would not have expected that the future human chess players would still have and computer.
On July 11, in a chess match in France, a worker took such a picture:
This is probably rare. You can say it.
At the time of this photo, his own game was still in progress.
Whether he's really cheating on his cell phone or not, trying to get AI to give him a hand in the game, just
Rausis briskly admitted that the phone in the bathroom was his, and quickly sent out a copy
There is another way to interpret this ambiguous passage:
Igors Rausis in the game
But FIDE (World Chess Federation) does not eat this set, let alone, the whole chess circle has suspected Rausis for a long time.
Even if you don't cheat on your cell phone, it's hard for Rausis to say he's a guy.
The reason why I say this is becauseAbused vegetables。
In the past few years, Rausis has made great strides in his ranking, from about 2500 (world ranking 2000 or so) to 2686 (world ranking 53rd), relying on deliberate confrontation with weaker opponents.
As can be seen from the above picture, Rausis has not improved much in the past ten years from 2003 to 2012, but in recent years, it seems to be a sudden enlightenment, and his achievements have risen by rocket. And most of the promotion depends on his fish-frying game strategy.
In the case of the French Open in St. Trasburg, he was the only one with a prize of 1,000 euros.international grandmaster。 As the number one seed player, he is more than 300 points taller than the second, which is almost equivalent to the King's section running into the platinum bureau to kill, even if he wins, it's not meaningful.
But for Rausis, the victories of these abusive dishes have their own meaning.
This is related to the FIDE scoring system: according to the rules, if the score gap between the two sides is greater than 400 points, in order to calculate conveniently, all points are calculated according to 400 points. In this way, although Rausis will get 0.8 points to win a set of fried fish, he can't stand his legs and feet diligently, so long as he participates in various low-level competitions everywhere, he can always get a steady score.
At the fastest time, our model, Mr. Rausis, has risen by 17.3 points in a month, which is almost a lifetime difficulty for many chess players. And he, at the age of 58, became the oldest chess player in the world in history.
Many people have questioned this kind of behavior that depends on loopholes in the rules, and this kind of questioning is becoming bigger and louder, but there are also many people who do not know the secret of the Rausis as a result of this kind of behavior, and this kind of doubt is getting louder and louder.
, Andrey Deviatkin, an international master of the Soviet Union who also came from the former Soviet Union, said affectionately
With the revelation of the mobile phone incident, the controversy over Rausis finally came to an end in a less glorious way. Although there is no evidence to prove that he has cheated in the past, everything in the past seems even more doubtful once this case is opened.
Anyway, his career has come to an end.
For chess enthusiasts, cheating with AI is becoming a more and more serious problem.
If Rausis is just
Mobile screenshot of Gaoiz Nigalidze when he was found cheating
It's not just chess. As another major chess game, Go is also facing the same shadow.
In April last year, in an amateur go game in the country, players inserted their phones in their coat pockets and asked their phone cameras to shoot suspected cheating on the disk. In the middle of the game with him, the person who played against him found something wrong, and the onlookers found that each step of the game was related to the go AI software.
It looks just like the scene in Her.
What is even more puzzling is that after being warned not to carry his mobile phone to compete, the contestant left the venue straight away because
Looks like, uh,