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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by mrlissandrello » Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:46 pm

Hi,

Booot is finished third.

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   Engine       Score        Bo       Ga
1: Booot 5.2    4.5/8  ········ =0=011=1
2: Gaviota IGWT 3.5/8  =1=100=0 ········

Congratulation to Alex Morozov (UKR)!

in a few minutes begins the final match for first place in the IGWT...
Chiron (ITA) - EXchess (USA)

May the best win.

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LL

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by mrlissandrello » Mon Oct 28, 2013 8:25 am

The final step is finished. This is the final result:

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Chiron 280713.2_____                                                                  1) Chiron 051013___
                    |_Chiron 280713.2____                                             2) EXchess 7.18b___
Danasah 5.07________| 1===11 (4.5-1.5)   |                                            3) Booot 5.2_______
                                         |_Chiron 051013______
Fruit 05-11-03______                     | 1=1111 (5.5-0.5)   |
                    |_Fruit 05-11-03_____|                    |
ECE 12.01___________| 110111 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                                                              |_Chiron 051013______
Gaviota IGWT________                                          | 1=1=1= (4.5-1.5)   |
                    |_Gaviota IGWT_______                     |                    |
Rattatechess Nosfer_| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                    |                    |
                                         |_Gaviota IGWT_______|                    |
Hamsters 0.71_______                     | 11=1=1 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                    |_Arasan 16.1________|                                         |
Arasan 16.1_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                                             |
                                                                                   |_Chiron 051013_______
Booot 5.2___________                                                               | =010=001111 (6.0-5.0)
                    |_Booot 5.2__________                                          |
Chaturanga 2.4.3____| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                                         |
                                         |_Booot 5.2__________                     |
Vajolet 2.03________                     | 10==1= (3.5-2.5)   |                    |
                    |_Ice 1.0 (v.1619)___|                    |                    |
Ice 1.0 (v.1619)____| 111=11 (5.5-0.5)                        |                    |
                                                              |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Delfi 5.4___________                                          | 00==111 (4.0-3.0)
                    |_Delfi 5.4__________                     |
Glass 2.0___________| 0=1=11 (4.0-2.0)   |                    |
                                         |_EXchess 7.18b______|
EXchess 7.18b_______                     | =11110 (4.5-1.5)
                    |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Leila 0.53h_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                    Third place: Booot 5.2 - Gaviota IGWT = 4.5-3.5
Chiron is the winner(spectacular comeback in the final match); congratulation to Andrea Farina!
EXchess is in second place; congratulation to Dan Homan.
Booot is in third place; congratulation to Alex Morozov.


All games and results can be seen at: http://www.g-sei.org/igwt/ (please click on standings' button).

I would like to thank everyone for their participation.

The next edition of I.W.G.T. will be even more full of details on the output (score and pv) of the chess engines.
If anyone has any suggestions or tips, please write to mrlissandrello@gmail.com or reply to this post.

Best regards
LL

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by Edoardo Manino » Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:40 pm

Thankyou for your awesome work, Luca,
taking part and watching the other's games was really amusing.

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by michiguel » Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:17 pm

mrlissandrello wrote:The final step is finished. This is the final result:

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Chiron 280713.2_____                                                                  1) Chiron 051013___
                    |_Chiron 280713.2____                                             2) EXchess 7.18b___
Danasah 5.07________| 1===11 (4.5-1.5)   |                                            3) Booot 5.2_______
                                         |_Chiron 051013______
Fruit 05-11-03______                     | 1=1111 (5.5-0.5)   |
                    |_Fruit 05-11-03_____|                    |
ECE 12.01___________| 110111 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                                                              |_Chiron 051013______
Gaviota IGWT________                                          | 1=1=1= (4.5-1.5)   |
                    |_Gaviota IGWT_______                     |                    |
Rattatechess Nosfer_| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                    |                    |
                                         |_Gaviota IGWT_______|                    |
Hamsters 0.71_______                     | 11=1=1 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                    |_Arasan 16.1________|                                         |
Arasan 16.1_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                                             |
                                                                                   |_Chiron 051013_______
Booot 5.2___________                                                               | =010=001111 (6.0-5.0)
                    |_Booot 5.2__________                                          |
Chaturanga 2.4.3____| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                                         |
                                         |_Booot 5.2__________                     |
Vajolet 2.03________                     | 10==1= (3.5-2.5)   |                    |
                    |_Ice 1.0 (v.1619)___|                    |                    |
Ice 1.0 (v.1619)____| 111=11 (5.5-0.5)                        |                    |
                                                              |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Delfi 5.4___________                                          | 00==111 (4.0-3.0)
                    |_Delfi 5.4__________                     |
Glass 2.0___________| 0=1=11 (4.0-2.0)   |                    |
                                         |_EXchess 7.18b______|
EXchess 7.18b_______                     | =11110 (4.5-1.5)
                    |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Leila 0.53h_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                    Third place: Booot 5.2 - Gaviota IGWT = 4.5-3.5
Chiron is the winner(spectacular comeback in the final match); congratulation to Andrea Farina!
EXchess is in second place; congratulation to Dan Homan.
Booot is in third place; congratulation to Alex Morozov.


All games and results can be seen at: http://www.g-sei.org/igwt/ (please click on standings' button).

I would like to thank everyone for their participation.

The next edition of I.W.G.T. will be even more full of details on the output (score and pv) of the chess engines.
If anyone has any suggestions or tips, please write to mrlissandrello@gmail.com or reply to this post.

Best regards
LL
I have a suggestion: Do it again! :-)

Congrats to Andrea, what a come back! seems like all the last matches were come backs.

Miguel
PS: Thanks a lot, it was very entertaining.

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by uaf » Mon Oct 28, 2013 4:27 pm

Thanks for organizing this tournament Luca. I like this format.

Miguel is right, the last 3 matches were all comebacks.

Andrea

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by tpetzke » Tue Oct 29, 2013 6:03 am

Hi Luca,

really nice tournament and website. Looking forward to the next edition.

Thomas...
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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by mrlissandrello » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:12 am

Thanks, but it is necessary for me to enter more information frontend (depth, elapsed time, score, etc ...) and automate some things backend.

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by Ferdy » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:46 am

mrlissandrello wrote:The final step is finished. This is the final result:

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Chiron 280713.2_____                                                                  1) Chiron 051013___
                    |_Chiron 280713.2____                                             2) EXchess 7.18b___
Danasah 5.07________| 1===11 (4.5-1.5)   |                                            3) Booot 5.2_______
                                         |_Chiron 051013______
Fruit 05-11-03______                     | 1=1111 (5.5-0.5)   |
                    |_Fruit 05-11-03_____|                    |
ECE 12.01___________| 110111 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                                                              |_Chiron 051013______
Gaviota IGWT________                                          | 1=1=1= (4.5-1.5)   |
                    |_Gaviota IGWT_______                     |                    |
Rattatechess Nosfer_| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                    |                    |
                                         |_Gaviota IGWT_______|                    |
Hamsters 0.71_______                     | 11=1=1 (5.0-1.0)                        |
                    |_Arasan 16.1________|                                         |
Arasan 16.1_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                                             |
                                                                                   |_Chiron 051013_______
Booot 5.2___________                                                               | =010=001111 (6.0-5.0)
                    |_Booot 5.2__________                                          |
Chaturanga 2.4.3____| 111111 (6.0-0.0)   |                                         |
                                         |_Booot 5.2__________                     |
Vajolet 2.03________                     | 10==1= (3.5-2.5)   |                    |
                    |_Ice 1.0 (v.1619)___|                    |                    |
Ice 1.0 (v.1619)____| 111=11 (5.5-0.5)                        |                    |
                                                              |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Delfi 5.4___________                                          | 00==111 (4.0-3.0)
                    |_Delfi 5.4__________                     |
Glass 2.0___________| 0=1=11 (4.0-2.0)   |                    |
                                         |_EXchess 7.18b______|
EXchess 7.18b_______                     | =11110 (4.5-1.5)
                    |_EXchess 7.18b______|
Leila 0.53h_________| 111111 (6.0-0.0)                    Third place: Booot 5.2 - Gaviota IGWT = 4.5-3.5
Chiron is the winner(spectacular comeback in the final match); congratulation to Andrea Farina!
EXchess is in second place; congratulation to Dan Homan.
Booot is in third place; congratulation to Alex Morozov.


All games and results can be seen at: http://www.g-sei.org/igwt/ (please click on standings' button).

I would like to thank everyone for their participation.

The next edition of I.W.G.T. will be even more full of details on the output (score and pv) of the chess engines.
If anyone has any suggestions or tips, please write to mrlissandrello@gmail.com or reply to this post.

Best regards
LL
How do you generate that interesting results view?
Deuterium would like to participate next time :) .

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by mrlissandrello » Tue Oct 29, 2013 1:03 pm

Hi Ferdinand,
How do you generate that interesting results view?
I update this table manually, at the end of each match (notepad++)! :-(

The base table is the following:

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ITALY N.1_____________
                      |______________________
GUEST N.8_____________|                      |
                                             |______________________
GUEST N.4_____________                       |                      |
                      |______________________|                      |
ITALY N.5_____________|                                             |
                                                                    |______________________
GUEST N.2_____________                                              |                      |
                      |______________________                       |                      |
ITALY N.7_____________|                      |                      |                      |
                                             |______________________|                      |
ITALY N.3_____________                       |                                             |
                      |______________________|                                             |
GUEST N.6_____________|                                                                    |
                                                                                           |______________________
GUEST N.1_____________                                                                     |
                      |______________________                                              |
ITALY N.8_____________|                      |                                             |
                                             |______________________                       |
ITALY N.4_____________                       |                      |                      |
                      |______________________|                      |                      |
GUEST N.5_____________|                                             |                      |
                                                                    |______________________|
ITALY N.2_____________                                              |
                      |______________________                       |
GUEST N.7_____________|                      |                      |
                                             |______________________|
GUEST N.3_____________                       |
                      |______________________|
ITALY N.6_____________|

I read the Italian participants ordered by the result of step 6
I read the Guest participants ordered by the result of step 1

when I said "... and automate some things backend" I was referring to this.

I use Arena, this interface can create a text file with the following format:

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   Engine           Score      Bo     Ch    S-B 
1: Booot 5.2        6.0/6  ······ 111111    0.00 
2: Chaturanga 2.4.3 0.0/6  000000 ······    0.00 
...

I could ...
1) read this text file on the client at standard intervals of time or after the end of each game (making sure that all other operations are completed and that the file is not locked)
2) read only the useful information
3) update the information on the table (must be entered before ...

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<head>
<meta http-Equiv="Cache-Control" Content="no-cache">
<meta http-Equiv="Pragma" Content="no-cache">
<meta http-Equiv="Expires" Content="0">
</head>
<pre>
,

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</pre>

after, and rename the file with the extension html)

4) send the file via FTP to the server

But I do not really like to create programs specifically related to Arena.
Right now I'm thinking of an alternative solution, if not find another solution, I will do as described.
Deuterium would like to participate next time
I think it'll increase the number of guest participants for the next edition from 10 to 20 :)

Best regards
Lissandrello Luca

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Re: I.G.W.T.

Post by mrlissandrello » Tue Oct 29, 2013 1:08 pm

Hi Ferdinand,

Sorry but derived chess engines not allowed... Deuterium is is based on TSCP, right?

Best regards
LL

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