American grandmaster Alex Lenderman (2623 FIDE) and reigning TCEC champion Komodo 9.2 contested a six-game odds match from Tuesday to Thursday of this past week, and alas - humanity did not fare well. In three games Lenderman had the white pieces while Komodo started the game without its f-pawn, and in the other three games the engine had white and started without the rook on a1, while Lenderman played without the knight from b8 and his a8-rook on b8 to preclude queenside castling.
In game 1 Lenderman drew with white...and that was it. Komodo ruthlessly won the next five games, though at least in one of them Lenderman could have drawn by repetition but played for more. His courage is often rewarded in ordinary events against his fellow human beings, but it wasn't on this occasion. The engines are brutal!