Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:36 pm

main line wrote:Amigo don't usas cracked Houdini
Clemens has more integrity than that.
You should apologise to him.
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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by cc2150dx » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:44 pm

main line wrote:Amigo don't usas cracked Houdini
Maybe you should stop assuming things and treat people here with respect.
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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by main line » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:04 pm

Of course it's strange because his Houdini is weak, he has no full power.
Things are simple, Fizbo can't win 1 game from 100 games again Houdini 6.

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:48 pm

main line wrote:Of course it's strange because his Houdini is weak, he has no full power.
Things are simple, Fizbo can't win 1 game from 100 games again Houdini 6.
Fizbo will win the occasional game against the top engines.
I posted a win recently that it had over either Stockfish or Komodo.
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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by main line » Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:28 am

I don't like this blitz games
Sure Clemy set a bit more Contempt for Houdini or gives to Houdini little GHz what need for full strength
This is really Houdini's move

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by arunsoorya1309 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:54 am

just because you don't like the game length you should not be saying bad things about clemens

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by Vinvin » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:44 am

petero2 wrote:
arunsoorya1309 wrote:Yes, its a very nice tournament, and many positions that would be drawn are being played out and the games are decisive. Thanks for your time and effort.
Yes, very nice tournament. Here is an example from Fire - Texel that could have been drawn with different adjudication settings:
[D]r3r3/2q3bk/b1p1p1p1/1pPpPpPp/pP3P1P/P3P3/1B1R4/1K1B1QR1 w - - 73 94
Texel did not see 94. Bxh5 coming and quickly lost after that move. Before that move both engines thought the game was close to a draw.
Nice test position !
r3r3/2q3bk/b1p1p1p1/1pPpPpPp/pP3P1P/P3P3/1B1R4/1K1B1QR1 w - - bm Bxh5!;

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by cc2150dx » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:56 pm

6 threads/2048mb ram:

FEN: r3r3/2q3bk/b1p1p1p1/1pPpPpPB/pP3P1P/P3P3/1B1R4/1K3QR1 b - - 0 1

Houdini 6:

33/58 00:57 628,249k 10,929k +0.83 Bd1-f3 Ba6-b7 Qf1-e2 Re8-h8 Rg1-e1 Ra8-d8 Bb2-d4 Qc7-e7 Re1-g1 Qe7-c7 Rg1-d1 Kh7-g8 Rd1-e1 Kg8-f7 Re1-c1 Rd8-a8 Rd2-d1 Qc7-e7 Rd1-g1 Ra8-d8 Kb1-a2 Qe7-e8 Qe2-d1 Rd8-d7 Qd1-d2 Rh8-f8 Bf3-e2 Rd7-d8 Qd2-c2 Rf8-h8 Rg1-f1 Rh8-f8 Be2-f3
33/60+ 01:07 728,476k 10,807k +0.90 Bd1xh5
33/67+ 01:50 1,153,887k 10,487k +1.70 Bd1xh5
33/67 02:54 1,786,625k 10,264k +1.79 Bd1xh5 g6xh5 g5-g6+ Kh7-g8 Qf1-d1 Kg8-f8 Qd1xh5 Kf8-e7 Qh5-h7 Ke7-d8 h4-h5 Qc7-e7 h5-h6 Kd8-c7 h6xg7 Re8-g8 Qh7-h1 Rg8xg7 Rd2-h2 Ra8-g8 Rh2-h8 Ba6-c8 Rh8-h6 Kc7-b8 Bb2-d4 Qe7-d8 Rg1-g5 Qd8-e8 Qh1-h5 Qe8-e7 Rg5-g2 Qe7-e8 Rg2-g1 Bc8-d7 Rg1-g5 Bd7-c8 Kb1-b2 Bc8-b7 Rg5-g1
33/67 03:00 1,844,402k 10,246k +1.79 Bd1xh5 g6xh5 g5-g6+ Kh7-g8 Qf1-d1 Kg8-f8 Qd1xh5 Kf8-e7 Qh5-h7 Ke7-d8 h4-h5 Qc7-e7 h5-h6 Kd8-c7 h6xg7 Re8-g8 Qh7-h1 Rg8xg7 Rd2-h2 Ra8-g8 Rh2-h8 Ba6-c8 Rh8-h6 Kc7-b8 Bb2-d4 Qe7-d8 Rg1-g5 Qd8-e8 Qh1-h5 Qe8-e7 Rg5-g2 Qe7-e8 Rg2-g1 Bc8-d7 Rg1-g5 Bd7-c8 Kb1-b2 Bc8-b7 Rg5-g1
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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by Hugo » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:08 pm

dear Main Line

I know you from the past , saw you at playchess server. I am surprised about your suspicious minds . This thread is just for posting some games, so if you are in the mood for suspects and bothering, you can send me private messages as much as you want :D

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main line wrote:I don't like this blitz games
Sure Clemy set a bit more Contempt for Houdini or gives to Houdini little GHz what need for full strength
This is really Houdini's move

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Re: Fall 2017 engine tournament, 11 cpu , 60m+15s

Post by Houdini » Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:56 am

main line wrote:Of course it's strange because his Houdini is weak, he has no full power.
Things are simple, Fizbo can't win 1 game from 100 games again Houdini 6.
Hello Darko, sometimes weird things happen in a time-limited match that cannot be reproduced by infinite analysis.
During the game the hash table is filled with information from previous moves, and the occasional hash collision or pathing issue can produce some unexpected results. All part of the life of an engine :-).

It doesn't diminish the value of Clemens' work, he's producing some great tournaments for all of us to enjoy!

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