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Tony Thomas

Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Tony Thomas » Mon Apr 02, 2007 1:44 pm

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Great Tony,keep up the good work brother :D
The testing of the current version is finished. Romi actually gained some points from the last match, scoring a solid 70% against Djinn. My verdict, I think the current version is stronger, also Romi might gain a bit from better king attack, look at the results against Francesca and Horizon.

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 RomiChessDK5              : 2471  360 (+190,= 57,-113), 60.7 %

Danasah 2.85                  :  30 (+ 16,=  6,-  8), 63.3 %
Phalanx Reborn                :  30 (+ 15,=  3,- 12), 55.0 %
Delphil 1.6c                  :  30 (+ 12,= 10,-  8), 56.7 %
Francesca MAD 0.13            :  30 (+ 10,=  4,- 16), 40.0 %
Lime 6.3                      :  30 (+ 27,=  2,-  1), 93.3 %
Djinn 0.925x                  :  30 (+ 20,=  2,-  8), 70.0 %
Zeus 1.28                     :  30 (+ 14,=  9,-  7), 61.7 %
Zappa 1.1                     :  30 (+ 10,=  4,- 16), 40.0 %
GreKo 5.2                     :  30 (+ 19,=  4,-  7), 70.0 %
NanoSzachy 2.7                :  30 (+ 18,=  4,-  8), 66.7 %
Arasan 9.5                    :  30 (+ 16,=  4,- 10), 60.0 %
Horizon_4_3_173               :  30 (+ 13,=  5,- 12), 51.7 %

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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Michael Sherwin » Mon Apr 02, 2007 2:32 pm

Hey Tony,

Thanks for the test! It's looking like the next beta might break your 2500 barrier! If everything works out smoothly then you should have it in a couple of weeks, if not sooner.

Mike
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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Mon Apr 02, 2007 3:13 pm

Michael Sherwin wrote:Hey Tony,

Thanks for the test! It's looking like the next beta might break your 2500 barrier! If everything works out smoothly then you should have it in a couple of weeks, if not sooner.

Mike

And how much is the current version of Tony and the upcoming one is stronger than RomiChess OW2a that I am testing now :?:
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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Michael Sherwin » Mon Apr 02, 2007 5:06 pm

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Michael Sherwin wrote:Hey Tony,

Thanks for the test! It's looking like the next beta might break your 2500 barrier! If everything works out smoothly then you should have it in a couple of weeks, if not sooner.

Mike

And how much is the current version of Tony and the upcoming one is stronger than RomiChess OW2a that I am testing now :?:
OW2a is the same as DK4 so according to Tony's numbers, DK5 is +33 ELO over OW2a.

It is way too early to tell about the beta that I am working on now. But it might be best to wait for it.

However, if you want DK5 (OW2b) then just let me know.
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Tony Thomas

Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Tony Thomas » Tue Apr 03, 2007 4:23 am

Michael Sherwin wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Michael Sherwin wrote:Hey Tony,

Thanks for the test! It's looking like the next beta might break your 2500 barrier! If everything works out smoothly then you should have it in a couple of weeks, if not sooner.

Mike

And how much is the current version of Tony and the upcoming one is stronger than RomiChess OW2a that I am testing now :?:
OW2a is the same as DK4 so according to Tony's numbers, DK5 is +33 ELO over OW2a.

It is way too early to tell about the beta that I am working on now. But it might be best to wait for it.

However, if you want DK5 (OW2b) then just let me know.
Some really bad news, so far in the suicide experiment, Romi is getting killed worse than the way Romi used to kill those crafty ole hamsters.

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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Michael Sherwin » Tue Apr 03, 2007 4:46 am

Hey Tony,

Does that mean last place?

Mike
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Tony Thomas

Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Tony Thomas » Tue Apr 03, 2007 5:03 am

Michael Sherwin wrote:Hey Tony,

Does that mean last place?

Mike
Dead last. Only 1/3 is finished so far, so just cross our fingers and hope for some miracles. :( :( :x :oops:

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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Tue Apr 03, 2007 11:21 am

Hi Guys,
Thanks for the answers,I'll stick to my beta for now and wait for the next release :D
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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Richard Allbert » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:10 pm

Hi Tony,

Thanks for using Lime in these tests. It's nice to it is proving useful - even if taking a beating!

:)

Richard

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Re: A dangerous combination

Post by Rubinus » Tue Apr 03, 2007 4:35 pm

Michael Sherwin wrote:Hey Tony,
Thanks for the test! It's looking like the next beta might break your 2500 barrier! If everything works out smoothly then you should have it in a couple of weeks, if not sooner.
Mike
Send me new Romichess, please.
My last version P3j. 64 bit variants not work (XP64, Athlon64 3200+).
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