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IWB
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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by IWB » Sun May 19, 2013 5:15 pm

Don is Wright and Graham was the only one guessing right.

It was entertainment and worked well.

I just have an Android de vice. Internet is difficult. More tomorrow.

Bye
Ingo

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by Modern Times » Sun May 19, 2013 6:00 pm

Oh that is a bit boring Ingo, no new engine at all !! Just an existing one with a different setting :(

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by carldaman » Sun May 19, 2013 7:40 pm

Modern Times wrote:Oh that is a bit boring Ingo, no new engine at all !! Just an existing one with a different setting :(
A performance rating so close to the existing Komodo CCT made me very suspicious, too
:lol:

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Aser Huerga
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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by Aser Huerga » Sun May 19, 2013 8:36 pm

I have been dreaming with a new and super strong Shredder ... :cry:

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by tomgdrums » Sun May 19, 2013 9:10 pm

Aser Huerga wrote:I have been dreaming with a new and super strong Shredder ... :cry:

Same here! This almost got my hopes up! :oops:

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by geots » Sun May 19, 2013 9:46 pm

Don wrote:
tomgdrums wrote:
Don wrote:Oh great, all we need is yet another clone.

Don

IWB wrote:I havent tested it (I only have a little insight) but this is for your consideration:

http://www.inwoba.de

Make your guess ...

Have fun
Ingo

PS: It is not one of the known recompiles with a different name!
PPS: New full IPON list later this weekend


Easy Don!

Don't start casting stones before you know what is going on....
But I know what's going on and this is just another clone. A program this strong just doesn't appear out of nowhere.

Ok, I'll fess up. Ingo will explain, but someone already correctly guessed what this is. It's Komodo CCT with time usage aggressiveness set to 3!




No kidding- really! Who would be in a position to spot it quicker than me!? (rhetorical)


gts

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by IWB » Mon May 20, 2013 5:16 pm

Hi

I promissed entertainment and looking to my web counter it was great fun. Those who are disapointed should try to get a life or at least the matter "computer-chess" in some real life proportions ...

The solution was already given by Don Daily. It is a CCT setting with 'time usage aggressivness = 3'. It might perform better with long time controls but I assume this is just looking like due to the increased draw rate ...

Anyhow, locking at the real data there is not much difference between them:

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2 Guess (K-CCT-TA3)           : 2700 (+1583,=899,-218),  75.3%

Chiron 1.5                    : 150 (+ 79,= 62,-  9), 73.3 %
Deep Shredder 12              : 150 (+ 92,= 49,-  9), 77.7 %
Critter 1.4a                  : 150 (+ 47,= 85,- 18), 59.7 %
Booot 5.2.0                   : 150 (+121,= 23,-  6), 88.3 %
Protector 1.5.0               : 150 (+ 83,= 58,-  9), 74.7 %
Gull II                       : 150 (+ 62,= 75,- 13), 66.3 %
Quazar 0.4                    : 150 (+118,= 29,-  3), 88.3 %
Deep Junior 13.3              : 150 (+110,= 33,-  7), 84.3 %
Deep Rybka 4.1                : 150 (+ 55,= 73,- 22), 61.0 %
Stockfish 3                   : 150 (+ 46,= 82,- 22), 58.0 %
Deep Sjeng c't 2010 32b       : 150 (+111,= 29,- 10), 83.7 %
spark-1.0                     : 150 (+106,= 41,-  3), 84.3 %
Hannibal 1.3                  : 150 (+103,= 36,- 11), 80.7 %
Naum 4.2                      : 150 (+ 93,= 42,- 15), 76.0 %
Toga II 3.0 32b               : 150 (+117,= 27,-  6), 87.0 %
HIARCS 14 WCSC 32b            : 150 (+102,= 39,-  9), 81.0 %
Houdini 3 STD                 : 150 (+ 39,= 68,- 43), 48.7 %
Spike 1.4 32b                 : 150 (+ 99,= 48,-  3), 82.0 %

2 Komodo CCT                 : 2700 (+1590,=893,-217), 75.4 %

Chiron 1.5                    : 150 (+ 75,= 68,-  7), 72.7 %
Deep Shredder 12              : 150 (+ 97,= 47,-  6), 80.3 %
Critter 1.4a                  : 150 (+ 45,= 76,- 29), 55.3 %
Booot 5.2.0                   : 150 (+128,= 20,-  2), 92.0 %
Protector 1.5.0               : 150 (+ 90,= 48,- 12), 76.0 %
Gull II                       : 150 (+ 55,= 82,- 13), 64.0 %
Quazar 0.4                    : 150 (+116,= 28,-  6), 86.7 %
Deep Junior 13.3              : 150 (+114,= 31,-  5), 86.3 %
Deep Rybka 4.1                : 150 (+ 52,= 78,- 20), 60.7 %
Stockfish 3                   : 150 (+ 49,= 78,- 23), 58.7 %
Deep Sjeng c't 2010 32b       : 150 (+107,= 38,-  5), 84.0 %
spark-1.0                     : 150 (+112,= 34,-  4), 86.0 %
Hannibal 1.3                  : 150 (+ 95,= 48,-  7), 79.3 %
Naum 4.2                      : 150 (+ 99,= 39,- 12), 79.0 %
Toga II 3.0 32b               : 150 (+123,= 24,-  3), 90.0 %
HIARCS 14 WCSC 32b            : 150 (+ 95,= 46,-  9), 78.7 %
Houdini 3 STD                 : 150 (+ 33,= 71,- 46), 45.7 %
Spike 1.4 32b                 : 150 (+105,= 37,-  8), 82.3 %



Guess (K-CCT-TA3) - Komodo CCT                    : 150 (+ 26,=107,- 17), 53.0 %
0.1%, difference - actually they are identical!

Of course the individual performances differ and looking at the self test one might conclude the setting is better then the original but this is just 150 games - which in itself is just a bit better than dicing.

Of course this is not included into the IPON list.

Bye
Ingo

PS: Congratulations to Graham, the only one who guessed right! He really has his ears (or reading skills) everywhere ;-)

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by ernest » Mon May 20, 2013 6:14 pm

IWB wrote:It is a CCT setting with 'time usage aggressivness = 3'.
But then, why particularly test "time usage aggressivness", and why 3?
There are quite a few other parameters that could have been tested...

Or was it a special demand by the Komodo team?

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by IWB » Mon May 20, 2013 6:16 pm

ernest wrote:
IWB wrote:It is a CCT setting with 'time usage aggressivness = 3'.
But then, why particularly test "time usage aggressivness", and why 3?
There are quite a few other parameters that could have been tested...

Or was it a special demand by the Komodo team?
I was told that this might be particular successfull ... and as I wasnt at home and had some free comps I gave it a shoot. Nothing else.

Bye
Ingo

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Re: Weekend entertainment with the IPON

Post by zamar » Mon May 20, 2013 6:22 pm

IWB wrote:
ernest wrote:
IWB wrote:It is a CCT setting with 'time usage aggressivness = 3'.
But then, why particularly test "time usage aggressivness", and why 3?
There are quite a few other parameters that could have been tested...

Or was it a special demand by the Komodo team?
I was told that this might be particular successfull ... and as I wasnt at home and had some free comps I gave it a shoot. Nothing else.

Bye
Ingo
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