Bright Revelation (after Round 20 of 30)

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Graham Banks
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Bright Revelation (after Round 20 of 30)

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Oct 01, 2007 8:39 am

BRIGHT REVELATION

Dual Athlon XP2000+
Shredder Classic II GUI
128mb hash each
3-4-5 piece tablebases
Ponder off
HS-Book 2.0.bkt (with 12 move limit)
40 moves in 68 minutes repeating (adapted for the CCRL)
2 cycles (30 rounds)


Standings after Round 20

13.5 - Movei 0.08.438
13.0 - CM10th Paralyse
13.0 - Bright 0.2b
12.5 - Alaric 0702b
12.0 - Crafty 20.13
11.5 - Petir 4.9999
11.0 - Colossus 2007c
10.5 - Hamsters 0.4
10.0 - CM10th Default
9.5 - Chiron 0.8.7
9.5 - Pro Deo 1.1 Silver
8.0 - SpiderChess 070603
7.5 - BugChess2 1.5.1
7.5 - Booot 4.13.0
6.5 - Twisted Logic 0.080b26
4.5 - DanaSah 3.13


The tournament can be followed more closely and games downloaded after each round from here:
http://kirr.homeunix.org/chess/discussi ... f=7&t=2580
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Re: Bright Revelation (after Round 20 of 30)

Post by Norm Pollock » Mon Oct 01, 2007 9:19 pm

Am I correct in stating that Bright is private engine, and that only a few individuals besides the author have access to it? Will it be available soon, either commercially or freely?

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Re: Bright Revelation (after Round 20 of 30)

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Oct 01, 2007 9:36 pm

Norm Pollock wrote:Am I correct in stating that Bright is private engine, and that only a few individuals besides the author have access to it? Will it be available soon, either commercially or freely?
Bright 0.2b is a private engine.
We decided that we would test a few private engines at our discretion.
We have also tested Chiron 0.8.7

Regards, Graham.
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