Bot Battle: Leela Chess Zero ID:185 vs Stockfish 9

It’s a battle of the chess bots! Neural Network AI Leela Chess Zero ID:185 takes on Stockfish 9 in a group of 6 blitz games on What is of interest to me about this match is how exactly would Stockfish 9 punish Leela Chess Zero ID:185, in what ways is Leela Chess Zero still deficient, and what are Leela Chess Zero’s opening choices/general tendencies? What observations, if any, might we take away from Leela Chess Zero’s early encounter against the Top Chess Engine, Stockfish 9?

Leela Chess Zero ID:185 was running on GTX 1060 6GB, i5-6600K @ 3.50 GHz, 16 GB RAM, Windows 10 Pro

Stockfish 9 (210418 64-bit) was running on i7-8700K @ 4.50GHz (slightly overclocked)

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