CCRL 40/15, 40/2 and FRC lists updated (30th May 2020)

Discussion of computer chess matches and engine tournaments.

Moderators: Harvey Williamson, Dann Corbit, hgm

Forum rules
This textbox is used to restore diagrams posted with the [d] tag before the upgrade.
Post Reply
User avatar
Graham Banks
Posts: 34652
Joined: Sun Feb 26, 2006 9:52 am
Location: Auckland, NZ

CCRL 40/15, 40/2 and FRC lists updated (30th May 2020)

Post by Graham Banks » Sun May 31, 2020 1:43 am

The latest CCRL Rating Lists and Statistics are available for viewing from the following links:
http://ccrl.chessdom.com/ccrl/4040 (40/15)
http://ccrl.chessdom.com/ccrl/404 (40/2)
http://ccrl.chessdom.com/ccrl/404FRC (FRC 40/2)

Please note that the three lists are often updated separately to each other. The FRC list is only updated when a new engine or engine version is being/has been tested.

The links to the various rating lists can be found just beneath the default Best Versions list (as in this screenshot). Specific 32-bit rating lists are denoted as such to the right of the default list in each category. The default lists contain the 64-bit engines.

Image

Our 40 moves in 15 minutes repeating and 40 moves in 2 minutes repeating are both adjusted to the Intel i7 4770k (3.5GHz) using the Stockfish 10 64-bit benchmark.

Be aware that in the early stages of testing, an engine's rating can often fluctuate a lot.
It is strongly advised to look at the many other rating lists available in order to get a more accurate overall picture of an engine's rating relative to others.

Thanks to all of our currently active testers (Graham, Ray, Gabor, Sergio and Volodymyr). Thanks also to Chessdom.com for hosting our website.

40/15 testing this week that I'm aware of will include (with live broadcast port for TLCV noted where applicable):

80th Amateur Series Division 1 Tournament (finishing today 16001)
80th Amateur Series Division 2 Tournament (finishing Wednesday 16053)
80th Amateur Series Division 3 Tournament (starting today 16001)
80th Amateur Series Division 4 Tournament (starting Wednesday 16053)
The Conqueror Tournament (continuing 16002)
SlowChess Blitz Classic 2.1 64-bit Gauntlet (continuing 16064)
CT800 1.40 64-bit Gauntlet (continuing 16065)
CeeChess 1.3.2 64-bit Gauntlet (continuing 16066)
Drosophila 1.6 64-bit Gauntlet (finishing Wednesday 16091)
Demolito 2020-05-14 64-bit Gauntlet (starting Wednesday 16091)
RubiChess 1.7.2 64-bit Gauntlet (finishing Tuesday 16092)
Sting SF 21 64-bit Gauntlet (starting Tuesday 16092)
Komodo 14 MCTS 64-bit Gauntlet (continuing 16093)
chess22k 1.14 64-bit Gauntlet (finishing Friday 16094)
Weiss 0.10 64-bit Gauntlet (starting Friday 16094)
RofChade 2.3 64-bit 4CPU Gauntlet (continuing 16083)
SlowChess Blitz Classic 2.1 64-bit 4CPU Gauntlet (continuing 16084)
Various 1CPU Gauntlets (being run by Volodymyr)

40/2 testing since the last update report has included (thanks to Gabor and Sergio):

Gogobello 2.2 64-bit
Stash 15.3 64-bit
Combusken 1.2.0 64-bit
Monik 2.2.7 64-bit
Hagrid 0.7.56
Lc0 0.25.1 t40-1541 RTX2080
FabChess 1.15 64-bit
Pirarucu 3.3.5 64-bit 4CPU
Marvin 3.6.0 64-bit
Komodo 14 MCTS 64-bit
KnightX 1.99 64-bit
Wasabi 1.2.1 64-bit

40/2 FRC since the last update (thanks to Ray):

Rodent IV 960 (completed)
gbanksnz at gmail.com

fabianVDW
Posts: 142
Joined: Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:46 pm
Location: Germany
Full name: Fabian von der Warth

Re: CCRL 40/15, 40/2 and FRC lists updated (30th May 2020)

Post by fabianVDW » Sun May 31, 2020 8:01 am

Thanks for testing FabChess! :) Close to 3000 elo on a single thread is a huge achievement, and it'll be broken with the next release coming in the future, I am sure :D
Author of FabChess: https://github.com/fabianvdW/FabChess
A UCI compliant chess engine written in Rust.
FabChessWiki: https://github.com/fabianvdW/FabChess/wiki
fabianvonderwarth@gmail.com

jorose
Posts: 322
Joined: Thu Jan 22, 2015 2:21 pm
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Full name: Jonathan Rosenthal

Re: CCRL 40/15, 40/2 and FRC lists updated (30th May 2020)

Post by jorose » Sun May 31, 2020 10:30 am

Thank you for testing Winter in 40/2 already! The improvement is looking much better than I expected :D
-Jonathan

Post Reply