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The draw

Post by Graham Banks » Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:03 am

Preliminary matches

Gerold v Ray
Pavel v Adam

The winners of these two matches will progress into the final eight.
I will set up a tournament thread in CCRL public and post progress reports of matches there.
I will post the final results of matches here as they finish.
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Re: Two spots left! Be in quick!

Post by beachknight » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:53 am

Rubinus wrote:Rotor - SOS is very old.
No Pavel, SOS is one of my fading warriors. Just look at:

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Ches ... ssage/3607

Best,
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Re: Two spots left! Be in quick!

Post by Rubinus » Sat Dec 19, 2009 12:32 pm

beachknight wrote:
Rubinus wrote:Rotor - SOS is very old.
No Pavel, SOS is one of my fading warriors. Just look at:

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Ches ... ssage/3607

Best,
Blitz 4+2 ... Stupid program, minimal know. For longer tempo whitout perspektive. World Champ, ParSOS is tragic (/hw).

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5.1 version only little better, than 5.

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               	 	 1	 2	 3	 4	 5	 6	 7	
 1.Scorpio 1.81			+1	-˝	+1	+˝	-1	+˝	-1	 5.5/7
 2.LordKing 2006 Light		-1	+1	-1	+˝	+˝	-1	+˝	 5.5/7
 3.Naum 2.0/32			-˝	+˝	+1	-˝	+1	-1	-1	 5.5/7
 4.Glaurung 1.2.1/32		-1	+˝	+1	+˝	+1	-˝	-˝	 5.0/7
 5.Crafty 20.14BH/32		-1	+1	-˝	-˝	+1	+˝	-˝	 5.0/7
 6.Goliath Light 1.5		-1	+1	-1	-˝	+0	-1	+˝	 5.0/7
 7.SlowChess Blitz WV2.1	-1	+1	+˝	+1	-˝	-˝	+0	 4.5/7
 8.Pharaon 3.5.1		+˝	-1	-1	+˝	-˝	+1	+0	 4.5/7
 9.AnMon 5.60			+1	-1	+0	-0	-˝	-1	+1	 4.5/7
10.Ruffian 2.1.0		+1	-0	+1	+1	-0	-1	+˝	 4.5/7
11.Ikarus V0.18			-˝	+0	-1	+1	-0	-1	+1	 4.5/7
12.The Baron 1.7.0		+1	-0	+˝	-0	+1	+1	-1	 4.5/7
13.Tytan 8.84			-0	+1	-0	+˝	+1	+1	-1	 4.5/7
14.Green Light Chess 3.0122	-˝	+1	-0	+1	-1	+0	-˝	 4.0/7
15.Aristarch 4.50		+1	-˝	+1	-0	+1	-0	-˝	 4.0/7
16.Anaconda 2.0.1		-0	+1	-˝	+˝	-˝	+1	+˝	 4.0/7
17.Thinker 4.7a			-1	+˝	+0	-˝	+˝	-1	+˝	 4.0/7
18.Gosu 0.15			+˝	-1	-0	+˝	-0	+1	+1	 4.0/7
19.Petir 3.99d			+˝	+0	-1	-˝	-˝	+1	-˝	 4.0/7
20.E.T. Chess 18112005		-1	+1	+0	-˝	-0	+0	+1	 3.5/7
21.Jonny 2.83			-˝	-˝	+1	+1	+˝	+0	-0	 3.5/7
22.Pseudo 0.7c			+0	-1	-1	+1	-0	+0	+˝	 3.5/7
23.Deep Sjeng 1.6		+˝	+˝	-˝	-˝	+˝	+1	+0	 3.5/7
24.TRACE 1.36 NC3		-0	+0	+1	-1	+1	+˝	+0	 3.5/7
25.Amyan 1.597			+0	-1	-0	-˝	+˝	+˝	-1	 3.5/7
26.Yace Paderborn		-1	+0	+˝	-˝	+1	-˝	-0	 3.5/7
27.WildCat 6			-˝	+˝	-0	+0	-1	+1	-˝	 3.5/7
28.CraftyCito 1.5/32		+0	-1	+0	-0	+1	-˝	+1	 3.5/7
[b]29.SOS 5 for Arena		+0	-0	+˝	+0	-1	-1	+1	 3.5/7[/b]
30.Colossus 2006f		+1	-0	-˝	-1	+0	-0	+1	 3.5/7
31.Matacz 1.02_RAM76		+1	-0	+1	-0	-1	+0	-0	 3.0/7
32.Nimzo 8			-˝	+1	-0	+˝	+˝	-0	+˝	 3.0/7
33.Ufim 8.02			+˝	-˝	-1	-0	+0	-0	+1	 3.0/7
34.Djinn 0.925x			+0	+0	-˝	-1	+1	-0	-˝	 3.0/7
35.The Crazy Bishop		+1	-0	-0	+1	-1	+0	-0	 3.0/7
36.Patriot 2006			+0	-˝	+0	-1	-˝	-0	+1	 3.0/7
37.Quark v2.35			+0	-1	-˝	-˝	+˝	+0	-0	 2.5/7
38.Tao 5.6			+˝	-0	+1	+˝	-˝	-0	-0	 2.5/7
39.Movei 0.8.358		+˝	-˝	-0	+˝	-0	+1	-0	 2.5/7
40.Phalanx XXII			+1	-0	+˝	-0	-0	+0	-1	 2.5/7
41.Deep Patzer 3.80		+0	-1	+0	-˝	+0	-1	+0	 2.5/7
42.Zeus 1.27			-˝	-0	-1	+0	+0	-1	-0	 2.5/7
43.Zarkov 4.70			-0	+0	-˝	-0	+1	-0	+1	 2.5/7
44.Chess Tiger 15.0		-0	+1	+˝	+˝	-0	-0	-0	 2.0/7
45.LittleThought v0.96		-0	+0	-0	+1	-0	+0	+1	 2.0/7
46.Typhoon 1.00			-0	+0	+˝	-1	-0	+0	+0	 1.5/7
47.Deep Frenzee 2.0		-0	+˝	+0	+0	-0	+1	-0	 1.5/7
48.Booot 4.10.5			-0	-0	+0	+0	+0	-0	-0	 0.0/7
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Re: The draw

Post by Graham Banks » Sun Dec 20, 2009 6:55 pm

Gerold v Ray now underway. Progress can be followed here:
http://www.kirill-kryukov.com/chess/dis ... f=7&t=4788
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Re: The draw

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Dec 21, 2009 5:51 am

Adam v Pavel is also underway. Progress can be followed here:
http://www.kirill-kryukov.com/chess/dis ... f=7&t=4788
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Re: Two spots left! Be in quick!

Post by beachknight » Mon Dec 21, 2009 6:03 am

You were right, Pavel. SOS 5.1 started the tournament high
on the crosstable and finished it near the bottom.

:(

Best,
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Re: The draw

Post by Carlos777 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 2:45 pm

Graham Banks wrote:Gerold v Ray now underway. Progress can be followed here:
http://www.kirill-kryukov.com/chess/dis ... f=7&t=4788
Hi Graham,

Could you post the detailed results of the matches? I think it would be interesting to know the result between the engines.

Regards,
Carlos

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Re: The draw

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Dec 21, 2009 5:55 pm

Carlos777 wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:Gerold v Ray now underway. Progress can be followed here:
http://www.kirill-kryukov.com/chess/dis ... f=7&t=4788
Hi Graham,

Could you post the detailed results of the matches? I think it would be interesting to know the result between the engines.

Regards,
Carlos
Yes - once each match is finished, I'll post the engine scores for each team along with the overall match result.
Theoretically, all the matches should be very competitive. :P

Cheers,
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Re: The draw

Post by beachknight » Mon Dec 21, 2009 7:40 pm

Graham Banks wrote:
Carlos777 wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:Gerold v Ray now underway. Progress can be followed here:
http://www.kirill-kryukov.com/chess/dis ... f=7&t=4788
Hi Graham,

Could you post the detailed results of the matches? I think it would be interesting to know the result between the engines.

Regards,
Carlos
Yes - once each match is finished, I'll post the engine scores for each team along with the overall match result.
Theoretically, all the matches should be very competitive. :P

Cheers,
Graham.
The winner is known beforehand.

:) :mrgreen:

Best,
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Re: The draw

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Dec 21, 2009 8:12 pm

beachknight wrote:
The winner is known beforehand.

:) :mrgreen:

Best,
I'd love to win, but in the previous two tourneys I've run like this, I haven't. Perhaps third time lucky. :wink: :lol:
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