DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

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DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:24 pm

Too many opponents to show legibly on a table.

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Re: DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:25 pm

Code: Select all

CCRL 40/40 Rating List - Custom engine selection
845919 games played by 2190 programs, run by 21 testers
Ponder off, General books (up to 12 moves), 3-4-5 piece EGTB
Time control: Equivalent to 40 moves in 40 minutes on Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (2.4 GHz), about 15 minutes on a modern Intel CPU.
Computed on June 9, 2018 with Bayeselo based on 845'919 games
Tested by CCRL team, 2005-2018, http://computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/4040/

Rank               Engine                Elo   +    -   Score  AvOp  Games
1 DanaSah 7.3                        2632  +26  -26  49.4%   +5.1   525
  DanaSah 7.0                        2614  +26  -26  51.3%   -9.6   479
  DanaSah 6.50                       2603  +22  -22  49.7%   +1.3   691
  DanaSah 6.80                       2601  +27  -28  50.5%   -2.5   412
  DanaSah 5.07                       2568  +17  -17  49.9%   -0.7  1191
  DanaSah 4.88                       2555  +22  -22  50.5%   -3.0   676
  DanaSah 5.00                       2551  +29  -29  48.5%   +8.8   395
  DanaSah 4.66                       2542  +26  -26  48.1%  +11.2   475
  DanaSah 4.60                       2540  +25  -25  48.5%  +11.1   513
  DanaSah 4.24                       2527  +17  -17  51.5%  -10.4  1128
  DanaSah 5.06                       2515  +33  -33  49.7%   +0.6   309
  DanaSah 4.45                       2513  +29  -29  49.9%   +1.8   378
  DanaSah 4.37                       2502  +32  -33  49.0%   +6.4   301
  DanaSah 3.63                       2427  +27  -27  48.4%  +10.7   477
  DanaSah 2.85                       2419  +33  -33  49.0%   +8.5   305
  DanaSah 2.73                       2389  +32  -32  49.5%   +5.4   308
  DanaSah 2.44                       2371  +32  -32  47.1%  +24.0   331
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Re: DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

Post by tpoppins » Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:17 pm

Image

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Re: DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

Post by Graham Banks » Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:09 pm

Thanks Tirsa. How did you do that?
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Re: DanaSah 7.3 Gauntlet for CCRL 40/40

Post by tpoppins » Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:34 am

The most primitive way imaginable: with MS Paint.

1) PrintScreen the upper half of the crosstable
2) Paste it into Paint. You will see there should be room left to the bottom
3) PrintScreen the lower half of the crosstable
4) Paste it into the same image in Paint, it's OK if it overlaps the upper half a bit
5) Select a portion of the lower half, with the upper border preferably in blank space between two engine entries
6) Drag the selection upward and superimpose it on the upper half.
7) Crop and save

Steps 5 and 6 can be a bit tricky. If the table is long enough you may need to zoom out, which makes perfect alignment of the two halves hard to achieve.

I imagine it should be a lot simpler with any half-decent image-editing program, like the ancient Paint Shop Pro I have on the old WinXP box and too lazy to install on this one. For starters, it can screencap just a program window, rather than the whole desktop; you can grab the crosstable at a high res to fit into one screen and resize the grabbed image with negligible quality loss.

Another solution is to test fewer entries, with more games per entry. :P
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