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Re: feeks

Post by flok » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:46 am

thanks!

flok

Re: Works

Post by flok » Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:46 am

Hi,

What is the website of your tournament?

regards

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Re: Works

Post by Sylwy » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:25 am

flok wrote:Hi,

What is the website of your tournament?

regards
My results are always posted in the Tournaments & Matches section of CCC !

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Re: If you are interested ! My PythonTournament(in progress)

Post by Sylwy » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:41 pm

-5 engines written in Python ;
(PyChess-Sunfish-Feeks-IZII-Lopez)
-3 engines written in Java (2 like markers-tested by CCRL);
(Koedem-jChecs-Talvmenni)
-1 engine written in Go (like marker-tested by CCRL).
(Dragontooth)


2 Python chess engines will be tested in an other tournament (Shatranj 1.18 & Chess3 0.1) because they aren't able to play at TC like 4'+2", or 10"/move or 5'/40moves (with repetition) - due to forfeits...........I'll use TC like 10'/30 moves.

2 chess engines written in Python (PyTuroChamp & SimpleChess) are incomplete.


Feeks 2018.01.09 is stable......and two nice games versus PyChess & Dragontooth !!!

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flok

Re: If you are interested ! My PythonTournament(in progress)

Post by flok » Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:31 pm

Looks cool!
I'll start adding a version number.

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Re: feeks

Post by Norbert Raimund Leisner » Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:32 am

Martins-MacBook-Pro:feeks martin$ python main.py
go
info depth 1 score cp 62 time 21 nodes 21 pv e2e4
info depth 2 score cp -33 time 80 nodes 69 pv e2e4 e7e6
info depth 3 score cp 117 time 398 nodes 395 pv e2e3 e7e6 d1h5
info depth 4 score cp 5 time 1160 nodes 1164 pv b1c3 e7e6 e2e3 b8a6
info depth 5 score cp 62 time 3002 nodes 3026 pv d2d4 e7e6 d1d3
info depth 6 score cp -13 time 5799 nodes 5723 pv b1c3 b8c6 e2e3 e7e6
info depth 7 score cp 40 time 14694 nodes 14549 pv e2e4 e7e6 d1h5
info depth 8 score cp 20 time 40282 nodes 39246 pv d2d4 e7e6 e2e4 d8h4 d1f3 f8e7
info depth 9 score cp 58 time 108047 nodes 106283 pv e2e3 d7d5 d1h5 d8d6 f1b5

Martin reports that Feeks executes no moves under Macintosh OS.

He wants to know: Is this behaviour normally or do the user have to wait a little bit longer? Perhaps can other Mac OS X owners test Feeks too and show us the results of your investigations.

Norbert

flok

Re: feeks

Post by flok » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:24 am

Very odd.
No output at all?
Also: check the "feeks.dat" file for any clues.

flok

Re: feeks

Post by flok » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:19 pm

[pgn][Event "Computer Chess Game"]
[Site "lenovo"]
[Date "2018.01.11"]
[Round "-"]
[White "Feeks"]
[Black "GNU Chess"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "40/300"]
[Annotator "1. +0.58 1... -0.12"]

1. e3 {+0.58/9} Nc6 {-0.12/14 7} 2. Qh5 {+0.85/8 10} e5 {+0.51/12 12} 3.
Bb5 {+0.90/8 18} Nf6 {+0.63/13 11} 4. Qf5 {+0.76/8 10} d6 {+0.99/13 9} 5.
Bxc6+ {+0.50/8 8} bxc6 {+1.13/12 2.6} 6. Qd3 {-0.24/9 9} Be7 {+0.93/12 1.6}
7. Qc4 {+0.83/8 15} c5 {+1.17/13 9} 8. Nc3 {+0.75/8 14} O-O {+1.18/13 0.1}
9. Nf3 {+1.18/8 11} d5 {+1.05/13 0.1} 10. Qa4 {+1.41/8 7} d4 {+1.05/12 10}
11. Nb5 {+1.41/7 5} e4 {+1.07/12 21} 12. Ne5 {+1.16/7 6} Qd5 {+1.28/12 3}
13. Nxc7 {+2.53/8 8} Qxe5 {+1.79/14 0.6} 14. Nxa8 {+1.50/7 4} Bb7
{+1.75/13 2.9} 15. Nb6 {+0.82/7 6} axb6 {+2.57/11 10} 16. Qb5 {-0.77/6 4}
Qd6 {+2.78/12 8} 17. Qa4 {-0.45/6 6} Ra8 {+3.35/12 10} 18. Qc4 {-1.95/7 4}
dxe3 {+4.16/12 9} 19. a4 {-1.75/6 5} exf2+ {+9.51/11 7} 20. Kxf2
{-3.68/6 3} Ng4+ {+11.81/12 4} 21. Ke1 {-3.78/6 5} Ba6 {+12.12/12 3} 22.
Qxe4 {-1.98/7 2.9} Bh4+ {+99.87/10 9} 23. g3 {-11.98/8 2.6} Bxg3+
{+99.89/11 0.1} 24. Kd1 {-16.38/8 4} Nf2+ {+99.91/40 0.1} 25. Ke1 Nxe4+
{+99.93/43 2.7} 26. Kd1 {-100.00/8 2.4} Nf2+ {+99.97/42 3} 27. Ke1 Re8#
{+99.99/45 9}
{Xboard adjudication: Checkmate} 0-1[/pgn]

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