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zullil
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Re: Stockfish 1.6.3

Post by zullil » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:13 am

UncombedCoconut wrote:
It may (or may not) be interesting to see whether a combination of portable compiler flags implied by -fast can give a significant speedup. You should be able to find out what these flags are by comparing the output of g++ -O3 -Q --help=optimizers and g++ -fast -Q --help=optimizers.
Having once done this, I recall that it wasn't interesting (to me). :D

From the man pages:

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On Intel target, -fast currently enables the following optimization
           flags:

           -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -fstrict-aliasing
           -momit-leaf-frame-pointer -fno-tree-pre -falign-loops

           All choices of flags enabled by -fast are subject to change without
           notice.

Thomas Cutter

Re: Stockfish 1.6.3

Post by Thomas Cutter » Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:39 am

mcostalba wrote:

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- Add hardware POPCNT support for gcc: use 'make gcc-popcnt' to enable hardware POPCNT support if you have an i7 / i5 CPU
Because you stress i7/i5. AMD Phenom supports POPCNT as well. Does Stockfish only support the Intel-way of POPCNT?


Kind regards Thomas

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Re: Stockfish 1.6.3

Post by playjunior » Thu Feb 11, 2010 3:44 pm

Anyone knows how to make this work under Ubuntu+Scid? I'm a Linux noob

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Re: Stockfish 1.6.3

Post by UncombedCoconut » Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:05 pm

playjunior wrote:Anyone knows how to make this work under Ubuntu+Scid? I'm a Linux noob
Unpack the JA build (see this thread) to get an optimized executable.

From Scid:
Tools -> Analysis Engine...
New...
Command: /path/to/stockfish-163-ja/Linux/stockfish-163-##-ja
UCI: checked

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Human: 1 Stockfish 1.6.3 : 0 Men Vesrus Machines

Post by Father » Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:01 pm

Men versus Machine

[D]8/5k2/4p1p1/3p3p/3PpP1P/2P1n1P1/2Q1K3/q2B4 b - - 0 182[D]

[Event "Partida evaluada, 5m + 0s"]
[Site "Sala de máquinas"]
[Date "2010.02.15"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Father"]
[Black "Darvin Svin"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A03"]
[WhiteElo "1944"]
[BlackElo "2530"]
[Annotator "Restrepo Santamaria,Pablo Ignacio"]
[PlyCount "363"]
[EventDate "2010.02.15"]
[WhiteTeam "1-0"]
[BlackTeam "Stockfish 1.6.3 JA (2 CPUs): 18.0 ply; 1.977k"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {2} Nf6 {B/0 0} 2. e3 {0} d5 {B/0 0} 3. c3 {0} g6 {B/0 0} 4. f4 {1} Bg7 {
B/0 0} 5. Nf3 {1} O-O {B/0 0} 6. Bd3 {1} c5 {B/0 0} 7. O-O {1} Nc6 {B/0 0} 8.
Re1 {1} c4 {-0.36/15 14} 9. Bc2 {2} b5 {-0.12/15 16} 10. a3 {(Nbd2) 2} Qb6 {23}
11. Nbd2 {-0.36/15 0} a6 {-0.16/15 30} 12. Nf1 {(e4) 2} Ne4 {-0.56/16 10} 13.
N3d2 {(Bxe4) 2} f5 {-0.60/15 9} 14. Qf3 {(Nxe4) 3} Bd7 {-0.76/15 8} 15. Nxe4 {2
} fxe4 {5} 16. Qe2 {(Qd1) -0.72/16 0} h5 {-0.72/14 5} 17. h4 {(Ng3) 4} Bf6 {-1.
45/15 9} 18. g3 {1} e6 {-1.25/15 10} 19. Bd2 {(Nd2) 2} Ne7 {-1.41/17 6} 20. Qh2
{(a4) 2} a5 {-1.65/16 5} 21. Ra2 {(Reb1) 1} Nf5 {-1.65/15 8} 22. Rea1 {(Rb1) 3}
Rab8 {-1.73/14 9} 23. Bd1 {(Qg2) 3} Rf7 {-1.73/14 7} 24. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Qd6 {-1.
61/14 3} 25. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Bc6 {-1.65/13 3} 26. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Rfb7 {-1.73/15 3}
27. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Kf7 {-1.69/15 4} 28. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Ra7 {-1.61/16 6} 29. Bd1 {
(Be1) 4} Qc7 {6} 30. Be2 {(Be1) -1.61/15 0} Rab7 {-1.57/16 3} 31. Bd1 {(Be1) 0}
Rf8 {-1.65/15 5} 32. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Kg8 {-1.61/15 4} 33. Bd1 {(Be1) 2} Re8 {-1.
65/14 4} 34. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Bd7 {-1.53/15 3} 35. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Kg7 {-1.65/15 3}
36. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Reb8 {-1.57/16 3} 37. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Bc6 {-1.57/15 4} 38. Be2
{(Be1) 1} Be7 {-1.53/15 5} 39. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Kf7 {-1.69/14 2} 40. Be2 {(Be1) 0}
Qc8 {-1.69/14 2} 41. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Qd8 {-1.65/14 2} 42. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Bd6 {-1.
69/14 2} 43. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Rb6 {-1.65/14 3} 44. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Bd7 {-1.65/14 2}
45. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Qf6 {-1.65/14 2} 46. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Qh8 {-1.65/16 2} 47. Bd1 {
(Be1) 1} R6b7 {-1.65/14 2} 48. Be2 {(Be1) 1} Bc6 {-1.65/13 2} 49. Bd1 {(Be1) 1}
Qf6 {-1.65/14 3} 50. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Bd7 {-1.61/13 1} 51. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Qe7 {-1.
61/13 1} 52. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Rb6 {-1.61/15 4} 53. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Kg7 {-1.61/14 2}
54. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Bc6 {-1.65/13 1} 55. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Rf8 {-1.61/12 1} 56. Be2 {
(Be1) 0} Rb7 {-1.61/13 1} 57. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Bc7 {-1.65/12 1} 58. Be2 {(Be1) 0}
Rfb8 {-1.61/13 1} 59. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Kf7 {-1.65/13 1} 60. Be2 {0} Bd6 {-1.61/15
0} 61. Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Qf8 {-1.61/13 1} 62. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Kg7 {-1.61/14 3} 63.
Bd1 {(Be1) 0} Be7 {-1.65/13 1} 64. Be2 {(Be1) 0} Bd7 {-1.57/13 1} 65. Bd1 {
(Kg2) 1} Rb6 {-1.65/12 1} 66. Be2 {1} Kf7 {-1.53/13 0} 67. Bd1 {(Be1) 1} Bc6 {
-1.61/12 1} 68. Be2 {(Bc2) 1} Qd8 {-1.53/13 2} 69. Bd1 {(Qf2) 0} Qh8 {-1.49/13
1} 70. Be2 {(Bc2) 0} b4 {-1.57/14 1} 71. axb4 {3} axb4 {-1.33/16 0} 72. Bd1 {
(Qf2) 3} Qc8 {-1.41/12 1} 73. Kh1 {(Qf2) 2} bxc3 {-1.45/11 1} 74. Bxc3 {1} Qd7
{-1.29/13 0} 75. Kg1 {(Qf2) 1} Qc8 {-1.25/12 0} 76. Kh1 {(Qf2) 1} R6b7 {-1.25/
12 1} 77. Kg1 {(Qf2) 0} Bb5 {-1.25/12 0} 78. Kh1 {(Qf2) 1} Bf6 {-1.29/12 1} 79.
Kg1 {0} Qc7 {-1.25/13 0} 80. Kh1 {(Ba4) 1} Bc6 {-1.25/11 1} 81. Kg1 {(Qf2) 0}
Rc8 {-1.25/11 0} 82. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Rf8 {1} 83. Kg1 {-1.29/11 0} Rfb8 {-1.25/12
0} 84. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Be7 {0} 85. Kg1 {-1.25/11 0} Bd6 {-1.25/13 0} 86. Kh1 {
(Qf2) 0} Qe7 {1} 87. Kg1 {(Ba4) -1.33/11 0} Bb4 {-1.25/11 0} 88. Kh1 {(Qf2) 1}
Rb6 {-1.25/10 0} 89. Kg1 {1} Bd6 {-1.21/14 0} 90. Kh1 {(Qf2) 1} Kg7 {1} 91. Kg1
{-1.29/11 0} Bd7 {0} 92. Kh1 {(Qf2) -1.21/12 0} Bb4 {0} 93. Kg1 {-1.29/10 0}
R6b7 {-1.21/12 0} 94. Kh1 {(Qf2) 1} Bd6 {-1.25/10 0} 95. Kg1 {1} Qd8 {0} 96.
Kh1 {(Qf2) -1.21/15 0} Qg8 {-1.25/9 0} 97. Kg1 {0} Be7 {-1.21/12 0} 98. Kh1 {
(Qe2) 0} Kf7 {0} 99. Kg1 {-1.25/9 0} Bb5 {-1.21/14 0} 100. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Rb6 {0
} 101. Kg1 {-1.29/11 0} Qf8 {-1.29/14 0} 102. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Bf6 {0} 103. Kg1 {
-1.37/10 0} Bd7 {-1.21/12 0} 104. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} R8b7 {0} 105. Kg1 {-1.33/9 0}
Bc6 {-1.21/13 0} 106. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Qd6 {0} 107. Kg1 {-1.29/9 0} Qd7 {-1.21/13
0} 108. Kh1 {(Qf2) 0} Rb8 {0} 109. Kg1 {(Qf2) -1.33/10 0} Qc8 {0} 110. Kh1 {
(Qf2) -1.25/11 0} Be7 {0} 111. Kg1 {-1.33/10 0} Bb7 {-1.29/12 0} 112. Kh1 {
(Qf2) 0} Bd6 {0} 113. Kg1 {(Qf2) -1.37/10 0} Ra6 {0} 114. Kh1 {(Qf2) -1.37/10 0
} Rxa2 {-1.57/10 0} 115. Rxa2 {0} Bc6 {-1.45/13 0} 116. Kg1 {(Ra7+) 1} Rb7 {-1.
53/10 0} 117. Ra1 {(Qf2) 0} Be7 {-1.53/10 0} 118. Qc2 {(Qf2) 0} Rb6 {-1.45/10 0
} 119. Qc1 {(Qf2) 1} Qd7 {-1.49/9 0} 120. Kh2 {(Bc2) 0} Rb8 {-1.61/9 0} 121.
Kg1 {0} Qb7 {-1.37/13 0} 122. Kh2 {(Bc2) 2} Ra8 {-1.49/9 0} 123. Kg1 {(Kg2) 0}
Bb5 {-1.41/9 0} 124. Kg2 {(Rxa8) 2} Ra7 {-1.37/11 0} 125. Kg1 {(Rxa7) 1} Rxa1 {
-1.37/10 0} 126. Qxa1 {1} Bc6 {-1.13/16 0} 127. Kg2 {(Kf2) 1} Bb4 {-1.33/10 0}
128. Qc1 {(Bc2) 2} Bd6 {-1.13/10 0} 129. Kg1 {(Qa1) 1} Qa6 {-1.37/9 0} 130. Kg2
{(Bc2) 1} Qa2 {-1.37/11 0} 131. Kg1 {(Qd2) 1} Bb5 {-1.37/8 0} 132. Kf2 {(Bc2) 1
} Qa7 {-1.33/8 0} 133. Kg1 {(Bc2) 0} Bd7 {0} 134. Kf2 {(Bc2) -1.41/8 0} Qa6 {0}
135. Kg1 {(Nd2) -1.25/9 0} Bc7 {-1.37/8 0} 136. Kf2 {(Bc2) 0} Qd6 {0} 137. Kg1
{(Bc2) -1.33/7 0} Bb5 {-1.33/8 0} 138. Kf2 {0} Qa6 {-1.09/13 0} 139. Kg1 {(Bb4)
0} Bb6 {0} 140. Kf2 {-1.37/8 0} Bd8 {-1.29/13 0} 141. Kg1 {(Bb4) 0} Bc6 {0}
142. Kf2 {(Bb4) -1.29/7 0} Be7 {0} 143. Kg1 {(Nd2) -1.25/9 0} Kg7 {0} 144. Kf2
{-1.33/9 0} Qa2 {-1.09/14 0} 145. Kg1 {(Qc2) 0} Kf7 {-1.37/8 0} 146. Kf2 {0}
Qa8 {-1.29/15 0} 147. Kg1 {(Nd2) 0} Qa6 {0} 148. Kf2 {-1.45/8 0} Bb5 {0} 149.
Kg1 {(Nd2) -1.13/15 0} Bf8 {0} 150. Kf2 {-1.33/7 0} Bd6 {-1.09/14 0} 151. Kg1 {
(Nd2) 0} Qa8 {0} 152. Kf2 {-1.41/8 0} Qa2 {-1.17/13 0} 153. Kg1 {(Nd2) 0} Qa7 {
0} 154. Kf2 {(Kg2) -1.37/7 0} Bc6 {0} 155. Kg1 {(Be2) -1.21/7 0} Qa2 {0} 156.
Kf2 {-1.37/5 0} Ba4 {-1.21/15 0} 157. Kg1 {(Be2) 0} Bd7 {-1.25/6 0} 158. Kf2 {0
} Be7 {0} 159. Kg1 {(Nd2) -1.17/16 0} Bb5 {-1.29/7 0} 160. Kf2 {0} Ba4 {-1.17/
16 0} 161. Kg1 {(Qd2) 0} Bd7 {-1.17/6 0} 162. Kf2 {1} Qa8 {0} 163. Kg1 {(Qb1)
-1.17/16 0} Bd6 {0} 164. Kf2 {-1.37/5 0} Qd8 {-1.05/13 0} 165. Kg1 {(Qa1) 0}
Bb5 {0} 166. Kf2 {-1.65/4 0} Qa8 {-1.09/14 0} 167. Kg1 {(Nd2) 0} Qb7 {0} 168.
Kf2 {(Kg2) -1.69/2 0} Bd7 {0} 169. Kg1 {(Qa1) -1.13/7 0} Bc6 {0} 170. Kf2 {
(Bc2) -1.61/6 0} Qb6 {0} 171. Kg1 {(Qa1) -1.13/7 0} Bd7 {-1.49/6 0} 172. Kf2 {
(Kg2) 0} Bb5 {0} 173. Kg1 {(Qa1) -0.68/7 0} Ba6 {0} 174. Kf2 {-0.92/7 0} Bb4 {
-0.60/15 0} 175. Kg1 {(Qa1) 0} Bxc3 {-0.84/7 0} 176. Qxc3 {(bxc3) 2} Bb5 {-1.
13/5 0} 177. Kf2 {1} Qa6 {-0.40/14 0} 178. Kg1 {(b3) 1} Qa1 {-1.49/2 0} 179.
Qc2 {(Qd2) 1} c3 {-5.13/6 0} 180. bxc3 {2} Bxf1 {-6.70/15 0} 181. Kxf1 {(Qa4) 2
} Nxe3+ {-10.26/3 0} 182. Ke2 {Âðåìÿ (Lag: Av=0.74s, max=2.2s) 1} 1-0
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Re: Human: 1 Stockfish 1.6.3 : 0 Men Vesrus Machines

Post by Damir » Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:49 pm

Bravo, you won on time in a completely lost position...

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Re: Human: 1 Stockfish 1.6.3 : 0 Men Vesrus Machines

Post by Nimzovik » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:01 pm

A win is a win.

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Re: Human: 1 Stockfish 1.6.3 : 0 Men Vesrus Machines

Post by Damir » Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:18 pm

Yes, and a BS game is a BS game. There is no need to post them....

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'Fff' +premove: 1, Chessbase GUI : 0

Post by IWB » Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:19 pm

Nimzovik wrote:A win is a win.
True, but he should write that he wins with with PREMOVE (and maybe some LAG), so with a GUI feature the enigne does not have and can't influence ... He will NEVER repeat that live on an observed computer without premove.

The day Chessbase switches off premove in the engine room is the day we do not see games from him anymore!

In short the title should be, (as always): Father's fast finger: 1, Chessbase GUI (+ WWW): 0! :-)

In other wods: His wins are tecnical wins, but never on the board!

Bye
Ingo

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Re: 'Fff' +premove: 1, Chessbase GUI : 0

Post by Nimzovik » Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:32 am

Hmmmm....... some of your assertions are assumed. Note also a time win is a win. That is why they have clocks at tournements ....yes? I fail to see the need for the animosity. His win does not take anything away from the engine or the maniacal fans of the engine. It is simply pride of accomplishment. Relax! The game does not necessarily prove anything. His style (as evidenced by many other games) of play -the stonewall - is really quite astute and fair in taking liberty with the machines rather blatant -shall we say -pernicious (?) - handling of positonal concepts. His style does indeed makes itself felt. Why not? Why not capitalize on the machines fallacious er....thinking? Should the human play the way a machine wants (needs ) it to play to fit some peoples definition of chess? Do not the machines take advantage of a human's fatigue and other factors? Ahmmmmmm? 8-) Perhaps Pablo is to the machines as Steinitiz was to the death of the 'Romantic' style of chess. :wink:

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