Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

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Sedat Canbaz
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Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Sedat Canbaz »

Hello :)


I am pleased to announce that currently Gladiators (60m+10s) Antalya 2007 Tournament has 160 games per each engine !



Gladiators (60m+10s) Antalya 2007-TOP 20:
http://www.sedatchess.com/scct_60m10s.html

SCCT (60m+10s) Rating List - All Versions:
http://www.sedatchess.com/scct_60m10s_all.html

Tournament Rules/Conditions:
http://www.sedatchess.com/scct_60m10s_rules.html



Best Regards,
Sedat Canbaz
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Graham Banks
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Graham Banks »

Thanks Sedat.

I hope you're getting lots of visitors to your website because it's well worth a look.

Keep up the valuable testing! :)

Regards, Graham.
Sedat Canbaz
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Sedat Canbaz »

Hello Graham :)

Yes,i am getting a lot of visitors,approximately 100 visitors daily ,thats mean at least 3 times more comparing with my old web site:
http://www.geocities.com/sedatchess/index.html

I think here its playing a big role:
-Tournaments
-Books
-Benchmarks
-Web Graphics

After all:
-thanks to all SedatChess's visitors !

Best,
Sedat
Spock

Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Spock »

Hi Sedat,

I particularly like your 40/120 testing on the QX6700

It's great that you're testing a big range of engines on 4 CPUs, e.g. Pharaon, The Baron, Scorpio, Frenzee, which we have not done


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Post by Dr.Wael Deeb »

Sedat Conbaz's efforts in the computer chess world is impressive to say the least :D
Prodalzhavai v sashtija duh prejateljo :D ,
Dr.Wael Deeb
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Sedat Canbaz »

Hello Wael,Ray,Graham,

Thanks a lot for the kind words...

Your encouragements are keeping me alive in loving computerchess !

Grteetings,
Sedat
Dann Corbit
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Dann Corbit »

Sedat Canbaz wrote:Hello Wael,Ray,Graham,

Thanks a lot for the kind words...

Your encouragements are keeping me alive in loving computerchess !

Grteetings,
Sedat
I also enjoy your tournaments very much, especially since you use slower time controls (there are not a lot like that).

I lived in Turkey (Ankara) for a little over 2 years and I find that the Turkish people are the most hospitable in the world (that I know of, anyway).
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Sedat Canbaz »

Dann Corbit wrote:
I also enjoy your tournaments very much, especially since you use slower time controls (there are not a lot like that).

I lived in Turkey (Ankara) for a little over 2 years and I find that the Turkish people are the most hospitable in the world (that I know of, anyway).
Hello Dann,

Thank you very much...


Best,
Sedat
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by gerold »

Dann Corbit wrote:
Sedat Canbaz wrote:Hello Wael,Ray,Graham,

Thanks a lot for the kind words...

Your encouragements are keeping me alive in loving computerchess !

Grteetings,
Sedat
I also enjoy your tournaments very much, especially since you use slower time controls (there are not a lot like that).

I lived in Turkey (Ankara) for a little over 2 years and I find that the Turkish people are the most hospitable in the world (that I know of, anyway).
Thanks for the good testing Sedat.

Interesting Dann i was also in Ankara for 2 years. Very interesting
place.

Gerold.
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Re: Gladiators (60m+10s) - 160 games per engine !

Post by Dann Corbit »

gerold wrote:
Dann Corbit wrote:
Sedat Canbaz wrote:Hello Wael,Ray,Graham,

Thanks a lot for the kind words...

Your encouragements are keeping me alive in loving computerchess !

Grteetings,
Sedat
I also enjoy your tournaments very much, especially since you use slower time controls (there are not a lot like that).

I lived in Turkey (Ankara) for a little over 2 years and I find that the Turkish people are the most hospitable in the world (that I know of, anyway).
Thanks for the good testing Sedat.

Interesting Dann i was also in Ankara for 2 years. Very interesting
place.

Gerold.
<OT-ramble>
I lived in Gazi Ossman Pas,a on Kuleli Sokak. Building 17/D8.
We had a maid (Cobeyaz meaning 'white rose') who worked for $1/day. You had to argue to get her to accept a 25 cent tip.
A lot of the things from the area I miss. Meysu was really good and the Chai -- you can't get tea like that here. Food was cheap and shopping was fun.
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