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Hugo
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12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Hugo » Sat Aug 30, 2014 6:40 am

Hi all

I am running a 12 cpu round robin tour. 1 Round only, it is 153 games to play.
I use an Intel 5680 @3,3GHz machine for this tour.
Time controll is 40moves in 20 min + 20 min for rest oft game.
Ponder is off.
5 piece tablebases, Syzygy, Nalimov, Shredderbases
6mvs book.
All engines use 12cpu.
no large pages
no hyperthreading
no learning

watch live, update every 5min:
http://clemens-keck.de/livegames/

regards, C.K.

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Graham Banks » Sat Aug 30, 2014 6:46 am

Hugo wrote:Hi all

I am running a 12 cpu round robin tour. 1 Round only, it is 153 games to play.
I use an Intel 5680 @3,3GHz machine for this tour.
Time controll is 40moves in 20 min + 20 min for rest oft game.
Ponder is off.
5 piece tablebases, Syzygy, Nalimov, Shredderbases
6mvs book.
All engines use 12cpu.
no large pages
no hyperthreading
no learning

watch live, update every 5min:
http://clemens-keck.de/livegames/

regards, C.K.
Excellent! :)
My email addresses:
gbanksnz at gmail.com
gbanksnz at yahoo.co.nz

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Modern Times » Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:10 am

12 CPU is very interesting, thanks :)

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Leto » Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:48 am

I want your computer. If you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay for it?

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Hugo » Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:28 am

Leto wrote:I want your computer. If you don't mind me asking, how much did you pay for it?

Sorry, I don't answer such questions ;-)

also this machine is "pretty old". Such 12cores ( Dual socket Xeon 5680) I am sure you can find for a very low price as used hardware on the web.

regards C.K.

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Hugo » Sun Aug 31, 2014 5:51 am

Junior 13 beats Stockfish in an amazing game :

[pgn][Event "Big12-1"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2014.08.29"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Deep Junior 13"]
[Black "Stockfish 030814"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A29"]
[Annotator "0.14;0.15"]
[PlyCount "107"]
[EventDate "2014.08.29"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source " "]
[TimeControl "40/1200:0/0:1200"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5680 @ 3.33GHz 3324 MHz W=21.9 plies; 20.
824kN/s; 7.474 TBAs; mega-6mvs.ctg B=34.2 plies; 16.256kN/s; 11.139.165 TBAs;
mega-6mvs.ctg} 1. c4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0} 2. Nc3 {B/0 0} Nf6 {B/0 0} 3. g3 {B/0 0
} d5 {B/0 0} 4. cxd5 {B/0 0} Nxd5 {B/0 0} 5. Bg2 {B/0 0} Nb6 {B/0 0} 6. Nf3 {
B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 7. O-O {0.14/21 24} Be7 {0.15/27 23} 8. d3 {0.10/22 81} O-O
{0.18/29 108} 9. Be3 {0.09/21 60} Re8 {(h6) 0.18/28 16} 10. Rc1 {
(a3) 0.06/20 76} Be6 {(h6) 0.14/29 28} 11. Ne4 {(a3) 0.00/20 27} Rb8 {
(f6) 0.14/27 78} 12. a3 {(Re1) 0.10/20 57} f5 {0.00/27 30} 13. Nc5 {
(Bh3) 0.11/21 59} Bd5 {0.10/29 41} 14. b4 {0.07/20 43} Bf6 {0.00/29 15} 15. Bd2
{(Nd2) 0.17/21 32} e4 {0.00/31 26} 16. Ne1 {(dxe4) -0.01/20 22} exd3 {
(Nd4) 0.08/31 22} 17. Bxd5+ {0.02/19 21} Qxd5 {0.10/33 33} 18. Nexd3 {
0.22/19 41} Nd4 {(Ne5) 0.06/34 66} 19. Nf4 {0.13/22 36} Qf7 {0.13/33 43} 20.
Bc3 {0.07/22 57} Rbd8 {0.20/33 40} 21. Bxd4 {0.18/22 59} Bxd4 {0.20/33 15} 22.
Qc2 {0.16/22 18} c6 {(Bxc5) 0.16/31 45} 23. e3 {0.23/22 30} Bxc5 {
(Be5) 0.32/31 156} 24. bxc5 {0.27/21 28} Nd5 {0.16/33 18} 25. Rcd1 {
(Rfd1) 0.20/21 100} Nxf4 {0.20/34 29} 26. exf4 {0.21/21 19} h6 {
(Qe6) 0.20/35 12} 27. Rd6 {0.33/23 18} Rxd6 {(Ra8) 0.22/33 27} 28. cxd6 {
1.14/21 26} Qd7 {0.24/35 12} 29. Rd1 {0.97/21 23} b6 {0.28/34 13} 30. a4 {
0.89/20 47} Re4 {(Rf8) 0.34/32 50} 31. a5 {(Kg2) 1.07/21 19} Re6 {
(b5) 0.30/35 21} 32. Qb3 {(Qd3) 1.45/21 12} Kf7 {0.82/32 19} 33. axb6 {
1.44/21 16} axb6 {0.55/33 13} 34. g4 {1.45/21 12} g6 {0.83/32 19} 35. g5 {
(h4) 1.51/22 32} hxg5 {0.96/34 24} 36. fxg5 {1.52/21 11} b5 {(c5) 0.93/38 49}
37. Qb4 {1.52/21 13} Re4 {0.93/38 13} 38. Qc3 {1.81/22 18} Re6 {
(Kg8) 0.96/39 15} 39. Qd4 {(Qc5) 1.84/23 13} Kg8 {0.96/38 51} 40. h3 {
(Kf1) 1.98/24 24} Kf7 {1.86/34 21} 41. Kg2 {(Kf1) 1.99/25 38} Kg8 {2.03/36 32}
42. Rd2 {2.00/24 32} f4 {2.21/38 37} 43. Rd1 {(Rd3) 2.01/24 41} f3+ {2.40/35 28
} 44. Kh2 {(Kxf3) 2.41/25 70} Kh7 {3.81/33 49} 45. Kg3 {2.55/27 52} Kg8 {
4.60/36 46} 46. Rd3 {2.46/26 53} Kh7 {5.03/38 45} 47. Kxf3 {2.46/25 10} Re8 {
5.62/38 24} 48. Kg3 {(Kg2) 2.46/23 20} Qf5 {3.70/38 27} 49. d7 {2.90/22 22} Rd8
{7.46/41 116} 50. Qd6 {(f4) 3.32/23 31} Qxg5+ {6.00/38 24} 51. Kh2 {4.86/23 78}
Qf5 {8.89/41 46} 52. Kg1 {4.86/22 5} Qf7 {(Kg8) 10.00/44 20} 53. Rd4 {
5.12/23 22} Kg8 {12.09/47 83} 54. Rf4 {5.17/22 6} 1-0



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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by beram » Sun Aug 31, 2014 7:58 am

Hugo wrote:Junior 13 beats Stockfish in an amazing game :

[pgn][Event "Big12-1"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2014.08.29"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Deep Junior 13"]
[Black "Stockfish 030814"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A29"]
[Annotator "0.14;0.15"]
[PlyCount "107"]
[EventDate "2014.08.29"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source " "]
[TimeControl "40/1200:0/0:1200"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5680 @ 3.33GHz 3324 MHz W=21.9 plies; 20.
824kN/s; 7.474 TBAs; mega-6mvs.ctg B=34.2 plies; 16.256kN/s; 11.139.165 TBAs;
mega-6mvs.ctg} 1. c4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0} 2. Nc3 {B/0 0} Nf6 {B/0 0} 3. g3 {B/0 0
} d5 {B/0 0} 4. cxd5 {B/0 0} Nxd5 {B/0 0} 5. Bg2 {B/0 0} Nb6 {B/0 0} 6. Nf3 {
B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 7. O-O {0.14/21 24} Be7 {0.15/27 23} 8. d3 {0.10/22 81} O-O
{0.18/29 108} 9. Be3 {0.09/21 60} Re8 {(h6) 0.18/28 16} 10. Rc1 {
(a3) 0.06/20 76} Be6 {(h6) 0.14/29 28} 11. Ne4 {(a3) 0.00/20 27} Rb8 {
(f6) 0.14/27 78} 12. a3 {(Re1) 0.10/20 57} f5 {0.00/27 30} 13. Nc5 {
(Bh3) 0.11/21 59} Bd5 {0.10/29 41} 14. b4 {0.07/20 43} Bf6 {0.00/29 15} 15. Bd2
{(Nd2) 0.17/21 32} e4 {0.00/31 26} 16. Ne1 {(dxe4) -0.01/20 22} exd3 {
(Nd4) 0.08/31 22} 17. Bxd5+ {0.02/19 21} Qxd5 {0.10/33 33} 18. Nexd3 {
0.22/19 41} Nd4 {(Ne5) 0.06/34 66} 19. Nf4 {0.13/22 36} Qf7 {0.13/33 43} 20.
Bc3 {0.07/22 57} Rbd8 {0.20/33 40} 21. Bxd4 {0.18/22 59} Bxd4 {0.20/33 15} 22.
Qc2 {0.16/22 18} c6 {(Bxc5) 0.16/31 45} 23. e3 {0.23/22 30} Bxc5 {
(Be5) 0.32/31 156} 24. bxc5 {0.27/21 28} Nd5 {0.16/33 18} 25. Rcd1 {
(Rfd1) 0.20/21 100} Nxf4 {0.20/34 29} 26. exf4 {0.21/21 19} h6 {
(Qe6) 0.20/35 12} 27. Rd6 {0.33/23 18} Rxd6 {(Ra8) 0.22/33 27} 28. cxd6 {
1.14/21 26} Qd7 {0.24/35 12} 29. Rd1 {0.97/21 23} b6 {0.28/34 13} 30. a4 {
0.89/20 47} Re4 {(Rf8) 0.34/32 50} 31. a5 {(Kg2) 1.07/21 19} Re6 {
(b5) 0.30/35 21} 32. Qb3 {(Qd3) 1.45/21 12} Kf7 {0.82/32 19} 33. axb6 {
1.44/21 16} axb6 {0.55/33 13} 34. g4 {1.45/21 12} g6 {0.83/32 19} 35. g5 {
(h4) 1.51/22 32} hxg5 {0.96/34 24} 36. fxg5 {1.52/21 11} b5 {(c5) 0.93/38 49}
37. Qb4 {1.52/21 13} Re4 {0.93/38 13} 38. Qc3 {1.81/22 18} Re6 {
(Kg8) 0.96/39 15} 39. Qd4 {(Qc5) 1.84/23 13} Kg8 {0.96/38 51} 40. h3 {
(Kf1) 1.98/24 24} Kf7 {1.86/34 21} 41. Kg2 {(Kf1) 1.99/25 38} Kg8 {2.03/36 32}
42. Rd2 {2.00/24 32} f4 {2.21/38 37} 43. Rd1 {(Rd3) 2.01/24 41} f3+ {2.40/35 28
} 44. Kh2 {(Kxf3) 2.41/25 70} Kh7 {3.81/33 49} 45. Kg3 {2.55/27 52} Kg8 {
4.60/36 46} 46. Rd3 {2.46/26 53} Kh7 {5.03/38 45} 47. Kxf3 {2.46/25 10} Re8 {
5.62/38 24} 48. Kg3 {(Kg2) 2.46/23 20} Qf5 {3.70/38 27} 49. d7 {2.90/22 22} Rd8
{7.46/41 116} 50. Qd6 {(f4) 3.32/23 31} Qxg5+ {6.00/38 24} 51. Kh2 {4.86/23 78}
Qf5 {8.89/41 46} 52. Kg1 {4.86/22 5} Qf7 {(Kg8) 10.00/44 20} 53. Rd4 {
5.12/23 22} Kg8 {12.09/47 83} 54. Rf4 {5.17/22 6} 1-0



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A nice game by Junior, especially 31 a5! And 34 g4! are pleasing the eye
It was made possible by just a little mistake of SF 30 Re4? 31 a5! Re6 in this position
[D] 4r1k1/p2q2p1/1ppP3p/5p2/P4P2/6P1/2Q2P1P/3R2K1 b - - 0 30
Had SF played 30 Re6 at once, there would have been just little wrong with its position
Besides 30 Re6 the move 30 Rf8 which Junior expected would have been enough to hold the equilibrium
See for instance these analysis lines given by Houdini 4 at depth 26 and 28 (Komodo TCEC also gives such lines )
(30...Te6 31.Dc4 Kf7 32.Kg2 Kf6 33.Dd3 Te4 34.Dc3+ Kg6 35.a5 b5 36.a6 Ta4 37.Dd3 Te4 38.h4 h5 39.Dd2 Te6 40.Db4 Kh7 41.Dc5 g6 42.Td3 Kg8 43.Dd4 Te4 44.Df6
= (0.29) Depth: 26/68 00:04:47 1028MN
30...Tf8 31.a5 Tf6 32.axb6 axb6 33.Db3+ Kh7 34.Db4 Te6 35.Kg2 h5 36.h4 Tf6 37.Td2 Te6 38.Kh2 Tg6 39.Td1 Th6 40.Kh3 Te6 41.Td2 Tg6 42.Td3 Tf6 43.Kh2 Te6 44.Kg2 Tg6 45.Td2 Te6 46.Kh2 = (0.27) Depth: 28/68 00:10:18 2278MN)

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Hugo » Mon Sep 01, 2014 4:44 pm

Hugo wrote:Hi all

I am running a 12 cpu round robin tour. 1 Round only, it is 153 games to play.
I use an Intel 5680 @3,3GHz machine for this tour.
Time controll is 40moves in 20 min + 20 min for rest oft game.
Ponder is off.
5 piece tablebases, Syzygy, Nalimov, Shredderbases
6mvs book.
All engines use 12cpu.
no large pages
no hyperthreading
no learning

watch live, update every 5min:
http://clemens-keck.de/livegames/

regards, C.K.
Half of the tour is done. Intresing crosstable so far :-)
Gull on 1 and Rybka on 2 !!
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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Modern Times » Mon Sep 01, 2014 6:15 pm

Hugo wrote: Half of the tour is done. Interesting crosstable so far :-)
Gull on 1 and Rybka on 2 !!
Interesting indeed !

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Re: 12 cpu round robin tour

Post by Leto » Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:18 pm

Rybka and Gull have each played one game against the top 5 and have 3 remaining games each against the top 5, whereas Stockfish has already played all 4 of its games against the top 5 and Komodo and Houdin each only need 2 games against the top 5. Seems like Stockfish has the easier second half of the tournament,

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