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Who has beaten stockfish?

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AlphaZero's victory over Stockfish sparked a flurry of activity in the computer chess community, leading to a new open-source engine aimed at replicating AlphaZero, known as Leela Chess Zero. By January 2019, Leela was able to defeat the version of Stockfish that played AlphaZero (Stockfish 8) in a 100-game match.

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  • What is the English name of Katla fish?

    Fish Names in English – Tamil – Telugu – Malayalam

    EnglishTamilMalayalam
    Bombay DuckVangaravasiBummuli
    Butterfish, MurrelViral MeenNachara
    CatfishKelluthi, Mandai, KezhuthiValia Etta, Kaari, Thendu kadu
    Catla (Bengal carp)Katla, Kendai, Thoppu meen, kanaviKarakatla, Katla

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    The higher temperature that hot-smoked salmon is smoked at is what gives it a flaky texture and smokier flavor. Both types of smoked salmon can be eaten cold right out of the package. Hot-smoked salmon can also be reheated and is great in hot dishes.

  • Can a fish survive in tap water?

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  • How are sprats caught?

    Sprat are popular as a food fish and are usually caught by purse seine methods in fisheries which specialise in catching mid-water species. ... Sprat is also heavily utilised for non-human consumption purposes, such as being processed into fishmeal for use in industrial feeds.

  • How long can fish survive cold water?

    If you can keep the temperature pretty stable, I would say 2-3 days. Keep the tank wrapped in blankets and keep the room as warm as you can.

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