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swami
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Re: New Winboard & UCI Engine, Jabba 1.0

Post by swami » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:22 am

Graham Banks wrote: How does Lime 66 (2278 CCRL) compare scorewise?

Cheers,
Graham.
Here it is, Graham:

Lime 66
by Richard Albert.

Strategic Test Suite Conditions:
Arena GUI
10 seconds per position
800 positions
Core2Quad 32 bits, Q6600, 2 GB RAM, 2.4GHZ
Engine uses 126 Mb Hash.
Subject-wise Scores:
STS (v1.0) - Undermining:
55/100, Grade: C+

STS (v2.0) - Open Files and Diagonals:
51/100, Grade: C

STS (v3.0) - Knight Outposts/Centralization/Repositioning:
64/100, Grade: B

STS (v4.0) - Square Vacancy:
51/100, Grade: C

STS (v5.0) - Bishop vs Knight:
67/100, Grade: B+

STS (v6.0) - Re-Capturing:
59/100, Grade: C+

STS (v7.0) - Offer of Simplification:
50/100, Grade: C

STS (v8.0) - Advancement of f/g/h Pawns:
26/100, Grade: ?
Overall Performance:
Total Score: 423/800

Overall Average: 52.875 %

Grade: C
Regards,
Swami

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Graham Banks
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Re: New Winboard & UCI Engine, Jabba 1.0

Post by Graham Banks » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:26 am

swami wrote:
Graham Banks wrote: How does Lime 66 (2278 CCRL) compare scorewise?

Cheers,
Graham.
Here it is, Graham:

Lime 66
by Richard Albert.

Overall Performance:
Total Score: 423/800

Overall Average: 52.875 %

Grade: C
Regards,
Swami
I'm wondering if a 40 point difference in STS score equates to roughly 100 ELO rating points. It would be interesting to investigate this.

Thanks,
Graham.
gbanksnz at gmail.com

Richard Allbert
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Re: New Winboard & UCI Engine, Jabba 1.0

Post by Richard Allbert » Sun Jan 03, 2010 11:03 am

Thanks for those results.

Richard

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