E8400 CHESS ENGINE PERMANENT LADDER

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mig2004
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E8400 CHESS ENGINE PERMANENT LADDER

Post by mig2004 » Fri Nov 01, 2019 2:04 am

Hello folks,

Here is a copy of my computer chess tournament files. I usually post it in mz chess forum, but his site is down, so for now i'll postg it here. Hopefully they will find a way into this forum.

The tour is carried out in a very old desktop, HP with Intel E8400, Dual Two Core, (circa 2006). IT runs at 3.15 GHZ, 4 GB RAM, 5 pieces Syzygy tablebase. For the opening, i chose a compilation of all ECO lines. In total it contains about 1,200 lines from 4 to 12 moves.

These games are a very long time control. The shortest games are 90 min 30 seconds increment,so typically this processor goes well into the upper 30 plies per move. At the most common TC (90'59'')this computer touches the lower 40 plies, sometimes before the 8th move, so these moves tend to be quite strong.

There are closee to 800 engines on this tour, mostly compiles from stockfish team. I attempt to keep up with every version they create, including their early experimntal prototypes. My goal is to have every version play at least 30 games, all starting with 3200 as entry Elo. The better a particular engine performs, elo wise, the more it stays active.

The naming convention for these engines consists of initials SF,(stockfish), SFT (stockfish test version), followed by the date in format YYMMDD, then followed by the commit number to 7 digits(commit numbers assigned by github page where their source code resides). For sometime I compiled a few of them with Visual Studio, but I stopped that sometime in August 2019, after restoring my mingw compiler: it produces executables that run with twice or more speed of same compiled in visual studio.

You will also find those compiled as stockfish developmental versions(abrok), with the name as stockfish, date format (ddmmyy),and unix time stamp.

Best used of this game? It is probably for "bookmaking", althought some say the games are also quite interesting from a pure analysis perspective. To each its own, I would add.

Have lots of fun.



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E8400 - 191030 TOP ENGINE LIST (TOP 5 PER NO. OF GAMES)

WITH 1-9 GAMES PLAYED
RANKING NO. ENGINE ELO + - G SCR% AVOPELO DRAW%

2 SFT 191007-620dba1 64 3578 196 48 8 56.2 3535 87.5
4 SF-TCEC-190924-0436f01 64 3565 0 0 4 50 3565 100
9 SF 190830-a2162ce 64 3548 0 0 8 50 3548 100
10 SF 191008-80d59ee 64 3548 0 0 4 50 3548 100
11 SF 191009-5522d3f 64 3548 0 0 8 50 3548 100


WITH 10-19 GAMES PLAYED

3 SF 190830-2e6dfc7 64 3578 88 35 18 55.6 3539 88.9
13 SF 190801-fcee0ce 64 3546 51 51 19 50 3546 89.5
27 SFT 190819-1233390 64 3536 0 0 13 50 3536 100
34 SugaR-NN 180919 64 3530 94 107 12 45.8 3559 75
36 SF 190822-4783046 64 3529 51 51 19 50 3529 89.5


WITH 20-29 GAMES PLAYED

1 SF 190826-263bbb0 64 3580 72 58 21 54.8 3547 81
5 SF 190818-b19d1f0 64 3564 65 35 28 57.1 3514 85.7
7 SF 190822-a016626 64 3561 62 29 28 55.4 3524 89.3
8 SF 190822-8737db7 64 3557 0 0 26 50 3557 100
12 SF 190820-10d2ebc 64 3546 37 37 26 50 3546 92.3

WITH 30 OR MORE GAMES PLAYED

6 SF 190725-d980d7c 64 3563 49 22 36 54.2 3534 91.7
15 Stockfish 300619 64 T957 3541 42 31 49 55.1 3506 85.7
25 Stockfish 270619 64 T679 3537 38 23 59 55.9 3495 88.1
32 SugaR-NN 260719 64 3532 52 40 36 55.6 3493 83.3
52 Stockfish 010719 64 T843 3517 41 33 32 51.6 3507 90.6


tour files: http://www.mediafire.com/file/1ukaekx5t ... 0.zip/file

Dann Corbit
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Re: E8400 CHESS ENGINE PERMANENT LADDER

Post by Dann Corbit » Fri Nov 01, 2019 3:05 am

Thanks. I have this data incorporated into my database now.
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Re: E8400 CHESS ENGINE PERMANENT LADDER

Post by mig2004 » Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:11 am

Update 191117


2019-11-17 16:34:48 : 30 or more games played

Program Elo + - Games Score Av.Op. Draws

1 SF 190826-263bbb0 64 : 3587 54 48 33 53.0 % 3566 81.8 %
2 SF 190725-d980d7c 64 : 3567 36 33 44 51.1 % 3560 88.6 %
3 SF 190818-b19d1f0 64 : 3559 49 37 39 55.1 % 3523 84.6 %
4 SF 190822-a016626 64 : 3553 46 40 39 52.6 % 3535 84.6 %
5 SF 190822-8737db7 64 : 3551 10 45 37 48.6 % 3560 97.3 %


2019-11-17 16:33:12 : 20-29 games played

Program Elo + - Games Score Av.Op. Draws

2 SF 190830-2e6dfc7 64 : 3581 64 50 24 54.2 % 3552 83.3 %
7 SF 190801-fcee0ce 64 : 3549 39 39 25 50.0 % 3549 92.0 %
10 CfishR 050819 x64 N ELTO : 3540 51 51 27 50.0 % 3540 85.2 %
12 SF 190629-c9d73d1 64 LP : 3539 72 68 22 52.3 % 3523 77.3 %
14 SFT 190818-6807d50 64 : 3535 57 47 23 52.2 % 3520 87.0 %


2019-11-17 16:31:24 : 10-19 games played

Program Elo + - Games Score Av.Op. Draws

1 SFT 191007-620dba1 64 : 3604 128 52 12 58.3 % 3546 83.3 %
4 SugaR-NN 180919 64 : 3568 77 77 18 50.0 % 3568 77.8 %
6 SFT 190819-1233390 64 : 3564 85 20 19 52.6 % 3546 94.7 %
10 SF 190830-a2162ce 64 : 3551 0 0 13 50.0 % 3551 100.0 %
12 SF 191009-5522d3f 64 : 3545 70 70 14 50.0 % 3545 85.7 %



2019-11-17 16:31:24 : 1-9 games played
Program Elo + - Games Score Av.Op. Draws

1 SFT 191111-a9eec00 64 : 3657 511 103 4 62.5 % 3569 75.0 %
2 asmFishWCP_2019-10-16_base : 3610 300 279 5 60.0 % 3540 40.0 %
4 SF 191107-5e82c9d 64 : 3588 0 0 6 50.0 % 3588 100.0 %
7 Stockfish 221019 64 T366 : 3569 0 0 4 50.0 % 3569 100.0 %
11 SF 191108-fe35904 64 : 3560 217 217 5 50.0 % 3560 60.0 %


files: https://www.mediafire.com/file/9a23welr ... 7.zip/file

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Re: E8400 CHESS ENGINE PERMANENT LADDER

Post by jdart » Mon Nov 18, 2019 4:42 am

Best used of this game? It is probably for "bookmaking"
I tend not to use engine tournament games with small to medium fixed books for book creation, because even strong engines like Stockfish still often play quite poorly when exiting the book. But I do use engine games with less limited books from other sources including playchess, etc.

I think the games are useful for other purposes. I have gotten some interesting test positions from engine games for example.

--Jon

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