ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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Ghppn wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 2:18 pm StockfishMZ 220622 - ProteusSF RBE 008b / Blitz 5m+2s
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https://mega.nz/file/b1hzQAgK#wH-J2v9gN ... SAqHeJG-84
Openings: silvergambitsuite-25 games
Processor: Intel ® Core ™ i7– 4790 CPU 3.60 GHz (4 Cores, 8 Threads)
Memoriy (RM): 32 GB, System type: 64-bit, Windows 10 PRO.
Graphic board: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 760

Both engines with default settings.
ProteusSF RBE 008b with ProteusSF.exp-180622

Because I consider these to be the best free engines at the moment, I post below the default settings on my computer and ask the authors of the engines to correct me if these are not the best settings.
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All OK, my only doubt is about Experience book unchecked, while Experience book best move is checked. I have checked both, but I'm not sure about it, since is an MZ own setting, available also on ProteusSF 008b since it is based on it. Also for my own tests, maybe 50 games are not enough for reliable results, if there is a little points difference on balanced test suites, like I thing is also silvergambit, while on unbalanced tests like DOTS5 score difference is often bigger due to easy losses.
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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ProteusSF RBE 008b BMI2 - StockfishMZ 220622 BMI2 / Blitz 5m+2s
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https://mega.nz/file/2g5kCDDT#LqnolcouT ... qvouOrTqZI
Openings: TCEC 22_Noomen 50 games
Processor: Intel ® Core ™ i7– 4790 CPU 3.60 GHz (4 Cores, 8 Threads)
Memoriy (RM): 32 GB, System type: 64-bit, Windows 10 PRO.
Graphic board: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 760

Both engines used their own experience file:
ProteusSF.exp - 585.476 KB
StockfishMZ.exp - 325.996 KB
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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Ghppn wrote: Fri Jul 08, 2022 2:28 pm ProteusSF RBE 008b BMI2 - StockfishMZ 220622 BMI2 / Blitz 5m+2s
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https://mega.nz/file/2g5kCDDT#LqnolcouT ... qvouOrTqZI
Openings: TCEC 22_Noomen 50 games
Processor: Intel ® Core ™ i7– 4790 CPU 3.60 GHz (4 Cores, 8 Threads)
Memoriy (RM): 32 GB, System type: 64-bit, Windows 10 PRO.
Graphic board: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 760

Both engines used their own experience file:
ProteusSF.exp - 585.476 KB
StockfishMZ.exp - 325.996 KB
Thank you for resuls, also on my tests ProteusSF RBE 008b Is slighty better than Stockfish 220622 and StockfishMZ, now testing 009d-dev with Stockfish 220705 that has a new net.
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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Alex, because of the criticism of my address on this link http://outskirts.altervista.org/forum/v ... 745#p45745,
I don't think I'll do any more tests. Best regards, Ghppn
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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Ghppn wrote: Fri Jul 08, 2022 8:11 pm Alex, because of the criticism of my address on this link http://outskirts.altervista.org/forum/v ... 745#p45745,
I don't think I'll do any more tests. Best regards, Ghppn
Dear Ghppn, I know that at Ouskirts there are some idiocy champions like Skynet, Nemesis, Kerberos and deeds. You are always welcome here and at Banksiagui forum. You could post all your results there far from trolls and haters.

Best regards, Alex
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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What is “MTCS?” Never heard of it.
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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dkappe wrote: Sat Jul 09, 2022 1:43 am What is “MTCS?” Never heard of it.
MCTS is a feature that if you disable it, every engine plays better :lol:

...Never used Monte Carlo tree search with ProteusSF

Any progress with Dragon 3.x NNUE? Result against Stockfish 15 dev at TCEC 22 was a bit disappointing...

https://www.chessdom.com/stockfish-wins ... 19-points/
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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AlexChess wrote: Sat Jul 09, 2022 12:41 am
Ghppn wrote: Fri Jul 08, 2022 8:11 pm Alex, because of the criticism of my address on this link http://outskirts.altervista.org/forum/v ... 745#p45745,
I don't think I'll do any more tests. Best regards, Ghppn
Dear Ghppn, I know that at Ouskirts there are some idiocy champions like Skynet, Nemesis, Kerberos and deeds. You are always welcome here and at Banksiagui forum. You could post all your results there far from trolls and haters.

Best regards, Alex
@Ghppn Instead I think that your tests are more reliables than others here and on Outskirts (as even the name says it will never become an interesting chess resource reference due to absurd moderators busy only to critic others and some psychotic member like unofficial | deeds, while doing nothing special for the chess community :mrgreen: )

Really, if you like testing engines, ask Pham forum3/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=72350&sid=ca ... 827ef55b38 to open a specific moderated topic on BanksiaGui forum. You will get rid of all haters and trolls simply deleting useless or hostile posts. He has also added the like button after my request, so Outskirts is now absolutely deprecated :D https://banksiagui.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=132#p132

PS: The few trolls and haters on Talkchess seem finally returned in their cage :lol:
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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AlexChess wrote: Sat Jul 09, 2022 11:24 am
dkappe wrote: Sat Jul 09, 2022 1:43 am What is “MTCS?” Never heard of it.
MCTS is a feature that if you disable it, every engine plays better :lol:

...Never used Monte Carlo tree search with ProteusSF

Any progress with Dragon 3.x NNUE? Result against Stockfish 15 dev at TCEC 22 was a bit disappointing...

https://www.chessdom.com/stockfish-wins ... 19-points/
Monte Tree Carlo Search?
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Re: ProteusChessSF - Developing my Stockfish 14.1 Polyglot MTCS derivative

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AlexChess wrote: Sat Jul 09, 2022 11:36 am PS: The few trolls and haters on Talkchess seem finally returned in their cage :lol:
Completely unnecessary comment, makes you start thinking about who's the troll here.