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Post by Rubinus » Mon May 21, 2007 1:53 pm

http://www.superchessengine.com
Is paralyses?

Great verve, today sleep, last updated 04/15/07 (previously cca 03/15/2007 ...)
:cry: :(

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Re: superchessengine.com

Post by Le Fou numerique » Tue May 22, 2007 11:35 am

Hi Pavel,

For update news about UCI Engines you can look at Le Fou numérique.

Update since more than 7 years, daily :wink:

It's in French but a logo to clic ist not difficult to understand. either read a rating list or, for example, a tournament table

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Patrick

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Post by Rubinus » Tue May 22, 2007 12:14 pm

Hi Patrick
Thanks. I know "Le Fou numérique". But my french language very much less than my poor english :D
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Post by Denis P. Mendoza » Tue May 22, 2007 12:32 pm

Rubinus wrote:http://www.superchessengine.com
Is paralyses?

Great verve, today sleep, last updated 04/15/07 (previously cca 03/15/2007 ...)
:cry: :(
I'm just a beta tester for Daniel Charles and had stopped temporarily last March due to pc problems when running chess engine tournaments - BSOD related. I really don't have an idea if the SCE site is down. Daniel Charles had been busy and had a long vacation based on my last account, as well as Gahendra Singh (career matters). Acquiring my new pc was delayed due to my house restoration - in preparation for the rainy season. Me and Gahendra would gladly resume our support for the site as soon as we resolve our priorities. I think this is just temporary. I hope Daniel clears this since he is the site owner.

Daniel

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Post by Le Fou numerique » Tue May 22, 2007 1:06 pm

Rubinus wrote:Hi Patrick
Thanks. I know "Le Fou numérique". But my french language very much less than my poor english :D
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Hi Pavel,

Is very simple to understand:

Logo+name of the engine "est disponible" means : is available
Clic on logo to go to rating list, clic on logo in rating list go to download page.

Logo+name of the engine "fait son entrée dans la UCI Engines Ligue" means: enter in the UEL. First rating is calculed.
Clic on logo go to tournament page.

Very nice Google automatic translation. As good as my English :oops:
The "Fou numérique" (numerical Bishop) is translate by "The Insane numerical one". Not complety false :shock:

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Patrick

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Post by Rubinus » Tue May 22, 2007 1:47 pm

Thanks :D
I little found french have - telechargement (download), disponible/avalaible e.g. - Before time download wallpappers in http://www.hebus.com.

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Post by F. Bluemers » Tue May 22, 2007 8:50 pm

I'm just a beta tester for Daniel Charles and had stopped temporarily last March due to pc problems when running chess engine tournaments - BSOD related
maybe you "tested" rocket chess one time too many

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Denis the Rocketeer

Post by F. Bluemers » Tue May 22, 2007 10:55 pm

I see that mr Mendoza's post has been moderated
The link he gave to his own site( :shock:) full of clones has been removed.
Otherwise his post has been left untouched which might fool readers about the (im)poster.

I wonder why his post isn't removed totally with a [moderation: deleted] tag
together with his account.

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Fonzy
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Re: Denis the Rocketeer

Post by Marc MP » Tue May 22, 2007 11:09 pm

F. Bluemers wrote:I see that mr Mendoza's post has been moderated
The link he gave to his own site( :shock:) full of clones has been removed.
Otherwise his post has been left untouched which might fool readers about the (im)poster.

I wonder why his post isn't removed totally with a [moderation: deleted] tag
together with his account.

Regards

Fonzy
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Maybe we aren't talking about the same site, but the site I know about M.Mendoza is full of different toga compile... I don't see anything wrong about that. The sources are there I believe. It doesn't look like he is trying to hide it is from Toga.

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Re: Denis the Rocketeer

Post by Christopher Conkie » Tue May 22, 2007 11:16 pm

Marc MP wrote:
F. Bluemers wrote:I see that mr Mendoza's post has been moderated
The link he gave to his own site( :shock:) full of clones has been removed.
Otherwise his post has been left untouched which might fool readers about the (im)poster.

I wonder why his post isn't removed totally with a [moderation: deleted] tag
together with his account.

Regards

Fonzy
[/b]
Maybe we aren't talking about the same site, but the site I know about M.Mendoza is full of different toga compile... I don't see anything wrong about that. The sources are there I believe. It doesn't look like he is trying to hide it is from Toga.
You should examine the site closer.

Toga? Everyone knows what I think of Toga.

Quite apart from that Rocket is Rybka. Commercial Rybka.

And at that point....the party is over.

Christopher

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