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Tomcass
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Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Tomcass » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:20 am

TESTING DEEP SHREDDER 13 – 960 GAMES

6 real cores
Ponder: Off.
GUI: Fritz 14
Book: Perfect 2014c – Limit 5 moves. Sedat –
No tablebases. No RTB used.
Hash 512
Relative Speed: 29.54
Knodes per second: 14.177

Fixed Time Control= 4+0
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Komodo 10.2 64-bit_X6_NOB 19.0 - 41.0 +4/=30/-26 31.67%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - SugaR 2.6 64 POPCNT_X6 23.0 - 37.0 +5/=36/-19 38.33%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Houdini 5.01 Pro x64-popc_X6 17.0 - 43.0 +2/=30/-28 28.33%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Gull 3 x64 XP_X6 39.5 - 20.5 +23/=33/-4 65.83%

Incremental Time Control 2+2
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Komodo 10.2 64-bit_X6_NOB 21.0 - 39.0 +5/=32/-23 35.00%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - SugaR 2.6 64 POPCNT_X6 18.0 - 42.0 +1/=34/-25 30.00%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Houdini 5.01 Pro x64-popc_X6 14.5 - 45.5 +0/=29/-31 24.17%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X6 - Gull 3 x64 XP_X6 34.5 - 25.5 +16/=37/-7 57.50%

480 Games= http://www.mediafire.com/file/a8fea80leqqf1e6/
Score using 6 cores= 186.5 – 293.5 = 38.85%

8 real cores
Ponder: Off
GUI: Fritz 14
Book: Perfect 2014c – Limit 5 moves. Sedat –
No tablebases. No RTB used.
Hash 1024
Relative Speed: 53.22
Knodes per Second: 25.543

Fixed Time Control= 4+0
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Komodo 10.2 64-bit_X8_NOB 21.0 - 39.0 +1/=40/-19 35.00%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - SugaR 2.6 64 BMI2_X8 21.5 - 38.5 +4/=35/-21 35.83%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Houdini 5 Pro x64-pext_X8 17.0 - 43.0 +2/=30/-28 28.33%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Gull 3 x64 BMI2_X8 36.5 - 23.5 +19/=35/-6 60.83%

Incremental Time Control 2+2
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Komodo 10.2 64-bit_X8_NOB 17.5 - 42.5 +3/=29/-28 29.17%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - SugaR 2.6 64 BMI2_X8 18.5 - 41.5 +3/=31/-26 30.83%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Houdini 5 Pro x64-pext_X8 15.0 - 45.0 +1/=28/-31 25.00%
Deep Shredder 13 x64_X8 - Gull 3 x64 BMI2_X8 36.5 - 23.5 +18/=37/-5 60.83%

480 Games= http://www.mediafire.com/file/g013ssoq1jd402b
Score using 8 cores = 183.5 - 296.5= 38.23%

GLOBAL SCORE AFTER 960 GAMES: 370.0 – 590.0 = 38.54%
Average Elo of rivals= 3.247
Estimated ELO for Deep Shredder 13 = 3.167

Deep Shredder 13 against:
Komodo 10.2 (3277) = 32.71%
Sugar2.6 (3291) = 33.75%
Houdini 5 Pro (3316) = 26.46%
Gull 3 (3103) = 61.25%

Unfortunately I have not been able to find my previous tests with Deep Shredder 12, so that I can not compare the evolution of Shredder's.

Although still 168 Elo points below the top leading engine Stockfish 8, the evolution of Deep Shredder 13 is excellent. According to this test, it has performed 31 Elo points better than Houdini 4 Pro and 64 better than Gull 3.

Well done!

Regards,

Tom.

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Re: Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Ozymandias » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:06 am

Tomcats wrote:64 better than Gull 3
Have you considered LazyGull? I noticed a 50 ELO points improvement, at very fast time controls, over Gull 3.

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Re: Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Tomcass » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:39 am

I was not aware of this LazzyGull, Juan. I will try to find it. 50 Elo improvement sounds quite impressive to me.

Thanks for your advice. :wink:

Regards,

Tom.

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Re: Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Ozymandias » Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:28 pm

Look no further: LazyGull alpha 0.3 (latest one).

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Re: Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Tomcass » Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:13 pm

Ozymandias wrote:Look no further: LazyGull alpha 0.3 (latest one).
Thanks, Juan!

Tom. :D

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Re: Testing Deep Shredder 13

Post by Dann Corbit » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:08 pm

Tomcass wrote:
Ozymandias wrote:Look no further: LazyGull alpha 0.3 (latest one).
Thanks, Juan!

Tom. :D
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