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SWISSTEST: 1.RobboLito - 2.Rybka - 3.Stockfish

Post by Glarean » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:04 am

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The "Swiss Test" is a computer test suite with 64 "Avoid-Move"-Positions.

Manfred Meiler has tested more than 80 engines.

Here you can see his results, and you can also download all the test files
(PGN/CBH/EPD) and an Excel Spreadsheet:
http://glareanverlag.wordpress.com/2008 ... uehrungen/

Regards: Walter

Swiss Test Ranking (December 2009)

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Program                       CPU      Solutions

001. RobboLito 0.085e4         1       55
002. Rybka 3                   2       52
     Rybka 3 Dynamic           2       52
     Rybka 3 Human             2       52
005. Rybka 3                   1       51
006. Rybka 3 Dynamic           1       50
007. Rybka 3 Human             1       49
     Ryba 2.3.2a               1       49
009. Stockfish 1.5.1           2       48
010. Fritz 12                  1       46
     Protector 1.3.2           2       46
     Zappa Mexico II           2       46
     Cyclone xTreme            2       46
014. Glaurung 2.2              2       44
     Rybka 2.2n2               2       44
     Toga II 1.4.2JD           2       44
017. Fritz 11                  1       43
     Shredder 12 UCI           1       43
     Spark 0.3                 1       43
     LoopMP 12.32              2       43
     Zappa Mexico II           1       43
022. Bright 0.4a               2       42
     Frenzee feb08             1       42
     Hiarcs 11.2               1       42
025. Shredder 11 UCI           1       41
     Rybka WinFinder 2.2       2       41
     Fruit 05/11/03            1       41
     Movei00_8_438             1       41
029. Bright 0.3a               2       40
     Toga II 1.3.1             1       40
     Protector 1.3.1           2       40
032. Glaurung 2.1              2       39
     Fruit 2.3.1               1       39
034. Fritz 10                  1       38
     Critter 0.42              1       38
     Strelka 2.0 B             1       38
037. LoopMP 12.32              1       37
     Doch 09.980               1       37
039. Twisted Logic 20080620    1       36
     Spike 1.2 Turin           1       36
     ProDeo 1.6                1       36
042. Twisted Logic 20090922    1       35
     Naum 2.0                  1       35
     Alfil 8.1.1               1       35
045. Scorpio 2.0               1       34
     The King 3.50             2       34
     Delfi 5.4                 1       34
048. Chess Tiger 15.0 aggr.    1       33
     SOS 5.1                   1       33
050. The Baron 2.23            1       32
     Ktulu 4.2                 1       32
     Crafty 23.1 (WB)          2       32
053. Ruffian 2.1.0             1       31
     Crafty 22.01 (CB)         2       31
     Cyrano 0.6b17             1       31
     Scorpio 2.3               1       31
     Gandalf 6.0               1       31
     Alaric 707                1       31
059. Little Goliath Evolution  1       30
     Comet B68 (CB)            1       30
061. Tornado 3.42a             2       29
     Colossus 2007d            1       29
     Pharaon 3.5.1             2       29
064. Yace 0.99.87              1       28
     Arasan 10.4 SP            1       28
     Quark 2.35                1       28
     SlowChess Blitz WV2.1     1       28
     Ufim 8.02                 1       28
069. Homer 2.01                1       27
     Anaconda 2.0.1            1       27
     Aristarch 4.50            1       27
     Jonny 2.83                1       27
073. Hamsters 0.7.1            1       26
     Nimzo 8                   1       26
     WildCat 8                 1       26
     AnMon 5.75                1       26
077. Chess Tiger 15.0 normal   1       25
078. Queen 4.03                1       24
079. BamBam                    1       23
     AnMon 5.66                1       23
081. Amyan 1.72                1       22
082. Doctor? 3.0               1       21
     AnMon 5.60                1       21
084. Monarch 1.7               1       20

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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Rolf » Sat Dec 05, 2009 2:15 am

I never have done such a test before, because I thought he had a quad or cluster necessary. That was wrong so I thought these guys are cheating as hypothese and I could prove it.

On my machine Rybka 3 1-cpu 32 could solve 55 positions in time and I would have doubts that some solutions it couldnt solve are well chosen. At least 2 are bad. Anyway, surprise that I couldshow the same result with the most normal Rybka is like the clone. If I would use 64 bit R3 normally must solve 58 so without the two bad ones from the test authors.

Rolf




\SwissTest4.cbh
Maximale Lösungszeit = 60s.

1. SwissTest4_01 - Vergifteter Bauer, AnMon521-Tao54, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 40.45s/12; Gelöst: 1
2. SwissTest4_02 - Entwicklung, Aristarch45-Delfi45, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 1.05s/7; Gelöst: 2
3. SwissTest4_03 - Verteidigung, Aristarch45-TheBaron15, CompGame 2005 > 60s.
4. SwissTest4_04 - Damenopfer, Asauskas-Malisauskas, Vilnius 2004 > 60s.
5. SwissTest4_05 - Abzug, Bright03d-Fritz11, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 42.96s/12; Gelöst: 3
6. SwissTest4_06 - Königssicherheit, CMaster10000-CMaster9000, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 0.47s/6; Gelöst: 4
7. SwissTest4_07 - Springermanöver, ChessTiger14-GTiger2, CompGame 2001 Gelöst in 0.39s/6; Gelöst: 5
8. SwissTest4_08 - T&S vs T&S, ChessTiger2007-Rybka22n2, CompGame 2007 > 60s.
9. SwissTest4_09 - Läuferopfer h7, Chessmaster9000-Ruffian1, CompGame 2003 Gelöst in 3.70s/9; Gelöst: 6
10. SwissTest4_10 - Königssicherheit, Comas-Martinez, Barcelona 2000 Gelöst in 1.64s/8; Gelöst: 7
11. SwissTest4_11 - Verteidigung, Crafty221-WildCat8, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 5.99s/8; Gelöst: 8
12. SwissTest4_12 - T vs T, CraftyCito12-Movei008310, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 45.77s/17; Gelöst: 9
13. SwissTest4_13 - Königssicherheit, DJunior101-DShredder11, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.37s/6; Gelöst: 10
14. SwissTest4_14 - Verteidigung, DJunior101-DShredder11, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 9s/9; Gelöst: 11
15. SwissTest4_15 - Initiative, DeepFritz10-Rybka232a, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.45s/6; Gelöst: 12
16. SwissTest4_16 - Springeropfer, DeepJunior101-Hiarcs12, CompjGame 2008 Gelöst in 2.57s/7; Gelöst: 13
17. SwissTest4_17 - Turmopfer, DeepJunior101-Naum3, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 22.78s/12; Gelöst: 14
18. SwissTest4_18 - Verteidigung, DeepShredder11-Bright02c, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 33.35s/10; Gelöst: 15
19. SwissTest4_19 - Linienöffnen, DeepShredder11-ZappaMexi, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.27s/6; Gelöst: 16
20. SwissTest4_20 - L vs L, Eigenmann 2006 > 60s.
21. SwissTest4_21 - B vs B, Eigenmann 2006 Gelöst in 0.20s/9; Gelöst: 17
22. SwissTest4_22 - Türme vs Dame, Fischer-Uhlmann, BuenosAires 1960 Gelöst in 0.17s/6; Gelöst: 18
23. SwissTest4_23 - Königsangriff, Fritz10-Hiarcs11, CompGame 2006 > 60s.
24. SwissTest4_24 - Initiative, Fritz10-Nau21, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.33s/6; Gelöst: 19
25. SwissTest4_25 - Verteidigung, Fritz10-Rybka21c, CompGame 2006 Gelöst in 0.17s/6; Gelöst: 20
26. SwissTest4_26 - Starke Felder, Fritz10-Rybka232a, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.22s/6; Gelöst: 21
27. SwissTest4_27 - Initiative, Fritz10-Rybka232a, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 0.27s/6; Gelöst: 22
28. SwissTest4_28 - Vergifteter Bauer, Fritz8-Chessmaster10000, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 5.96s/8; Gelöst: 23
29. SwissTest4_29 - Prophylaxe, Fritz8-Hiarcs10HM, CompGame 2006 > 60s.
30. SwissTest4_30 - Königssicherheit, Fritz8-Shredder704, CompGame 2003 Gelöst in 6.27s/10; Gelöst: 24
31. SwissTest4_31 - Vergifteter Bauer, Fritz9-Rybka12, CompGame 2006 Gelöst in 9.80s/9; Gelöst: 25
32. SwissTest4_32 - Königssicherheit, GambitTiger2-Gandalf51, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 17.96s/11; Gelöst: 26
33. SwissTest4_33 - Verteidigung, Gandalf432-Pharaon262, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 4.40s/9; Gelöst: 27
34. SwissTest4_34 - Verteidigung, Gandalf6-CM10000, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 52.76s/10; Gelöst: 28
35. SwissTest4_35 - Verteidigung, Gandalf6-Shredder8, CompGame 2005 > 60s.
36. SwissTest4_36 - Verteidigung, Hiarcs11-Fritz10, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 6.58s/9; Gelöst: 29
37. SwissTest4_37 - Läuferpaar, Hiarcs12-DeepFritz101, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 4.99s/9; Gelöst: 30
38. SwissTest4_38 - Verteidigung, Hiarcs732-Shredder6, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 6.05s/8; Gelöst: 31
39. SwissTest4_39 - Königssicherheit, Hiarcs9-Crafty1707, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 4.51s/9; Gelöst: 32
40. SwissTest4_40 - T&S vs T&L, Hiarcs9-Gandalf6, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 28.55s/14; Gelöst: 33
41. SwissTest4_41 - Königssicherheit, Hiarcs9-List512, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 19.08s/11; Gelöst: 34
42. SwissTest4_42 - L vs L, Hiarcs9-Shredder704, CompGame 2003 Gelöst in 3.93s/13; Gelöst: 35
43. SwissTest4_43 - T vs T, Junior9-Shredder8, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 1.19s/10; Gelöst: 36
44. SwissTest4_44 - Damenopfer, Maliangkay-Geenen, CorrGame 2003 Gelöst in 28s/12; Gelöst: 37
45. SwissTest4_45 - Vorposten, Movei008438-FrenzeeFeb08, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 16.02s/10; Gelöst: 38
46. SwissTest4_46 - T vs T, Naum22-Hiarcs112, CompGame 2007 > 60s.
47. SwissTest4_47 - Verteidigung, Naum3-Hiarcs112, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 3.37s/9; Gelöst: 39
48. SwissTest4_48 - Verteidigung, Pepito142-LGoliath35, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 0.67s/7; Gelöst: 40
49. SwissTest4_49 - Qualitätsopfer, Petrosian-Spassky, Moskau 1966 Gelöst in 3.40s/8; Gelöst: 41
50. SwissTest4_50 - Verteidigung, ProDeo1-Aristarch45, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 31.36s/11; Gelöst: 42
51. SwissTest4_51 - Königssicherheit, Rybka22-Naum21, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 5.59s/10; Gelöst: 43
52. SwissTest4_52 - Vergifteter Bauer, SOS2-Yace09956, CompGame 2002 Gelöst in 8.03s/9; Gelöst: 44
53. SwissTest4_53 - T vs T, SOS4-List512, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 0.17s/7; Gelöst: 45
54. SwissTest4_54 - B vs B, Shredder101-Fritz10, CompGame 2007 Gelöst in 0.09s/8; Gelöst: 46
55. SwissTest4_55 - Verteidigung, Shredder704-Ruffian101, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 0.58s/6; Gelöst: 47
56. SwissTest4_56 - Königssicherheit, Shredder8-GambitTiger2, CompGame 2004 Gelöst in 0.20s/6; Gelöst: 48
57. SwissTest4_57 - Vergifteter Bauer, Shredder9-Junior9, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 11.47s/11; Gelöst: 49
58. SwissTest4_58 - D vs D, Spike1a-Shredder9, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 0.19s/6; Gelöst: 50
59. SwissTest4_59 - S vs S, Thinker47a-Tao57b, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 5.34s/11; Gelöst: 51
60. SwissTest4_60 - T&L vs T&L, WildCat267-Horizon41b, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 1.75s/11; Gelöst: 52
61. SwissTest4_61 - T vs T, Yace09987-Delfi45, CompGame 2005 Gelöst in 21.50s/16; Gelöst: 53
62. SwissTest4_62 - B vs S, ZChess161-Bringer17, CompGame 2000 Gelöst in 2.48s/13; Gelöst: 54
63. SwissTest4_63 - Vergifteter Bauer, ZappaMexico-Glaurung201, CompGame 2008 Gelöst in 5.18s/10; Gelöst: 55
64. SwissTest4_64 - Grundreihe, Zarkov486-Glaurung102, CompGame 2006 > 60s.

Ergebnis: 55 aus 64 = 85.9%. Durchschnittszeit = 9.63s / 9.10
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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Glarean » Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:08 am

Rolf wrote: ...
On my machine Rybka 3 1-cpu 32 could solve 55 positions in time and I would have doubts that some solutions it couldnt solve are well chosen. At least 2 are bad.
No "Wischi-Waschi", please:

What "2 bads" ?

Walter

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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Rolf » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:50 am

Glarean wrote:
Rolf wrote: ...
On my machine Rybka 3 1-cpu 32 could solve 55 positions in time and I would have doubts that some solutions it couldnt solve are well chosen. At least 2 are bad.
No "Wischi-Waschi", please:

What "2 bads" ?

Walter

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I have no plans to become a helper of test authors. Sorry. Also, I dont know the details how on Fritz GUI such a test is functioning. ChessBase tut sich doch sonst auch so wichtig mit Videos und Sendungen, aber auf die Idee, intensiv ihre eigenen Features vorzustellen, kommen sie nicht. Man solls wohl gar nicht so genau durchschauen. Ich will aber nicht so ein blinder Knopfdrücker sein. Ansonsten viel Spass noch mit Ihrem interessanten Ansatz überhaupt im Netz, MfG Rolf
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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by sockmonkey » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:12 pm

Because vague generalities and unsubstantiated, unspecified claims are so much more persuasive than simply answering the question. That's not eastern, that's just lazy and, well, 'doof'. Come on, Rolf. Stop wasting people's time - you're obviously capable of helping out.

jb
Rolf wrote:
Glarean wrote:
Rolf wrote: ...
On my machine Rybka 3 1-cpu 32 could solve 55 positions in time and I would have doubts that some solutions it couldnt solve are well chosen. At least 2 are bad.
No "Wischi-Waschi", please:

What "2 bads" ?

Walter

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I have no plans to become a helper of test authors. Sorry. Also, I dont know the details how on Fritz GUI such a test is functioning. ChessBase tut sich doch sonst auch so wichtig mit Videos und Sendungen, aber auf die Idee, intensiv ihre eigenen Features vorzustellen, kommen sie nicht. Man solls wohl gar nicht so genau durchschauen. Ich will aber nicht so ein blinder Knopfdrücker sein. Ansonsten viel Spass noch mit Ihrem interessanten Ansatz überhaupt im Netz, MfG Rolf

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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Rolf » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:23 pm

sockmonkey wrote:Because vague generalities and unsubstantiated, unspecified claims are so much more persuasive than simply answering the question. That's not eastern, that's just lazy and, well, 'doof'. Come on, Rolf. Stop wasting people's time - you're obviously capable of helping out.

jb
You wont see that happen that I support someone who is presenting tests with the participation of stolen material. I have nothing more to say.

At least ethically Vas has deserved credit in the same amount of respect that you here want to accord to Walter or other figures who work with stolen goods itself or with their resulting numbers in all innocence as if no crime had ever happened. It's the creation of Vas that is discriminated not I were mistreating someone in our community. Please dont twist this always around. Please let us stick to the facts.
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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Rolf » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:28 pm

SzG wrote: Incredible! Never a relevant reply, only a diarrhoea of words.
I hope that you dont speak as a representative of CCRL or ARENA.
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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:39 pm

SzG wrote:
Rolf wrote:
Glarean wrote:
Rolf wrote: ...
On my machine Rybka 3 1-cpu 32 could solve 55 positions in time and I would have doubts that some solutions it couldnt solve are well chosen. At least 2 are bad.
No "Wischi-Waschi", please:

What "2 bads" ?

Walter

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I have no plans to become a helper of test authors. Sorry. Also, I dont know the details how on Fritz GUI such a test is functioning. ChessBase tut sich doch sonst auch so wichtig mit Videos und Sendungen, aber auf die Idee, intensiv ihre eigenen Features vorzustellen, kommen sie nicht. Man solls wohl gar nicht so genau durchschauen. Ich will aber nicht so ein blinder Knopfdrücker sein. Ansonsten viel Spass noch mit Ihrem interessanten Ansatz überhaupt im Netz, MfG Rolf
Incredible! Never a relevant reply, only a diarrhoea of words.
Yep,quite a chronic diarrhoea that is resistant to any kind of cure :lol:
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Post by Volker Pittlik » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:41 pm

SzG wrote:...Incredible! Never a relevant reply, only a diarrhoea of words.
Incredible if he did something different. The troll is doing so for more than a dozen years. Astonishing that people still reply to or even read his nonsense.

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Re: SWISSTEST: 1.Rybka -

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Sat Dec 05, 2009 1:42 pm

Rolf wrote:
sockmonkey wrote:Because vague generalities and unsubstantiated, unspecified claims are so much more persuasive than simply answering the question. That's not eastern, that's just lazy and, well, 'doof'. Come on, Rolf. Stop wasting people's time - you're obviously capable of helping out.

jb
You wont see that happen that I support someone who is presenting tests with the participation of stolen material. I have nothing more to say.

At least ethically Vas has deserved credit in the same amount of respect that you here want to accord to Walter or other figures who work with stolen goods itself or with their resulting numbers in all innocence as if no crime had ever happened. It's the creation of Vas that is discriminated not I were mistreating someone in our community. Please dont twist this always around. Please let us stick to the facts.
And where can we read Vasik's facts please,did he spoke up to prove his statements that keep flooding you via the PM or Skype :!: :?:

Unfortunately you're like a naked soldier Rolf sent to the battle field with no armor to defend his cause....systematicaly hepnotized with even more naked statements....can't you see that Vasik is using you like a shield while hiding in his hole of silence not giving a damn about anyone,customers,computer chess fans,etc. :!: :?:
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