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esacosta

Alfil 11 MT

Post by esacosta » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:41 pm

New version of one of the best chess free engines of the world.
Alfil comes with multithread and support with nalimov tables
Alfil is FREE and now you can play with it standalone with his winboard portable interface.
I hope you enjoy with it

Please send me your oppinions

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Werner
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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by Werner » Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:21 pm

Hi Enrique,
thanks a lot for the new engine.
Werner

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by esacosta » Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:26 pm

Thanks to you for your job :)

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by fern » Tue Nov 29, 2011 6:03 pm

Hola amigo:
¿Puedo preguntarte en qué te basas para afirmar que tu programa es uno de los mejores?

Fernando

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by Graham Banks » Tue Nov 29, 2011 6:10 pm

esacosta wrote:New version of one of the best chess free engines of the world.
Alfil comes with multithread and support with nalimov tables
Alfil is FREE and now you can play with it standalone with his winboard portable interface.
I hope you enjoy with it

Please send me your oppinions

http://esacosta.wordpress.com
Fantastic news. Thanks Enrique. :)
My email addresses:
gbanksnz at gmail.com
gbanksnz at yahoo.co.nz

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by MM » Tue Nov 29, 2011 6:12 pm

fern wrote:Hola amigo:
¿Puedo preguntarte en qué te basas para afirmar que tu programa es uno de los mejores?

Fernando
+1
MM

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by Werner » Tue Nov 29, 2011 7:22 pm

In my first game I found a nice test-position:
[D]8/3Q4/p5k1/P1K1p3/1PPp4/4q3/8/8 w - -

avoid the move Kb6

I found more engines considering this move for a longer time:
e.g. Spike 1.2 Turin, Slow Chess Blitz WV 2.1, Redqueen 1.0.0, Shredder 12 SE

Here is the game:
[Event "Quazar"]
[Site "SPEEDSTER"]
[Date "2011.11.29"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Alfil 11 1CPU"]
[Black "Quazar 0.3 x64"]
[Result "0-1"]
[BlackElo "2200"]
[ECO "A03"]
[Opening "Bird Eröffnung"]
[Time "18:16:19"]
[Variation "Lasker-Variante, 3...c5 4.b3"]
[WhiteElo "2200"]
[TimeControl "40/600:40/600:40/600"]
[Termination "adjudication"]
[PlyCount "201"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. f4 d5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. b3 g6 4. Bb2 Bg7 5. e3 O-O 6. Be2 c5 7. O-O Nc6 8.
Ne5 Ne8 {+0.24/20 14} 9. Nxc6 {+0.04/17 26} bxc6 {+0.16/24 13} 10. Bxg7
{+0.07/17 22} Nxg7 {+0.16/23 18} 11. Rf2 {+0.07/16 37} f6 {+0.48/21 12} 12.
c4 {+0.20/15 36} d4 {+0.44/23 12} 13. e4 {+0.28/16 22} e5 {+0.48/25 14} 14.
fxe5 {+0.57/17 22} fxe5 {+0.48/27 15} 15. Rxf8+ {+0.50/18 21} Qxf8
{+0.44/27 44} 16. d3 {+0.42/17 25} Ne6 {+0.44/26 24} 17. Qd2 {+0.39/16 28}
Nf4 {+0.60/22 16} 18. Bd1 {+0.42/15 16} Qf7 {+0.72/22 18} 19. Na3 {+0.42/15
12} Bd7 {+0.64/24 12} 20. Kh1 {+0.40/16 11} Rf8 {+0.68/22 15} 21. Bf3
{+0.43/17 14} h5 {+0.68/24 43} 22. Rf1 {+0.46/16 14} h4 {+0.64/23 17} 23.
Nc2 {+0.48/15 12} Qe7 {+0.60/22 11} 24. Qd1 {+0.57/15 18} Rf7 {+0.68/22 16}
25. Rf2 {+0.50/15 22} Qf8 {+0.60/19 19} 26. Ne1 {+0.46/16 23} Qc8 {+0.60/20
17} 27. Qd2 {+0.46/15 11} g5 {+0.60/23 10} 28. Be2 {+0.32/16 26} g4
{+0.56/25 13} 29. g3 {+0.29/15 8} hxg3 {+0.48/27 46} 30. hxg3 {+0.32/17 11}
Rh7+ {+0.36/24 12} 31. Rh2 {+0.20/18 14} Nh3 {+0.28/25 20} 32. Bf1
{+0.23/17 14} Qf8 {+0.16/25 20} 33. Bxh3 {+0.60/17 13} gxh3 {+0.20/25 17}
34. Rf2 {+0.42/17 14} Qe7 {+0.28/25 10} 35. Kh2 {+0.50/16 18} Bg4 {+0.28/25
33} 36. Nf3 {+0.20/17 18} Rf7 {+0.20/21 7} 37. Nh4 {-0.14/17 13} Rxf2+
{+0.20/24 8} 38. Qxf2 {0.00/15 0} Qg5 {+0.12/25 21} 39. a4 {0.00/18 13} a6
{+0.36/21 7} 40. a5 {0.00/16 13} Kg7 {+0.36/23 6} 41. Nf5+ {-0.59/17 28}
Bxf5 {0.00/23 33} 42. exf5 {-0.59/19 29} Qg4 {+0.32/24 16} 43. f6+
{-0.59/18 27} Kf7 {+0.08/23 28} 44. Qf1 {-0.39/18 37} Qh5 {0.00/22 9} 45.
Qf2 {-0.32/16 17} Qg6 {0.00/26 12} 46. Qf3 {0.00/17 19} Qxf6 {0.00/27 13}
47. Qh5+ {0.00/16 14} Ke7 {0.00/27 12} 48. Kxh3 {0.00/17 22} Kd8 {0.00/26
11} 49. Kg4 {+0.48/17 49} Qg7+ {0.00/27 14} 50. Kf3 {+0.26/17 26} Kd7
{0.00/26 9} 51. Qf5+ {+0.28/17 21} Kd6 {0.00/26 12} 52. g4 {+0.28/17 15}
Qh6 {0.00/26 9} 53. g5 {0.00/15 12} Qh1+ {0.00/25 13} 54. Ke2 {0.00/16 10}
Qg2+ {0.00/24 11} 55. Kd1 {0.00/17 14} Qh1+ {0.00/28 10} 56. Kd2 {0.00/18
13} Qh8 {0.00/27 26} 57. Qg6+ {0.00/15 8} Kd7 {0.00/25 9} 58. Qh6 {+0.18/16
15} Qd8 {0.00/24 15} 59. Qg7+ {+0.18/15 11} Qe7 {0.00/28 13} 60. Qg6
{+0.07/16 10} Qf8 {0.00/28 9} 61. Qh7+ {0.00/15 9} Kc8 {0.00/27 11} 62.
Qh3+ {+0.84/14 7} Kc7 {0.00/27 11} 63. Qg3 {+0.76/16 12} Kd6 {-0.20/26 12}
64. g6 {+0.70/16 9} Qh6+ {-0.20/26 24} 65. Kc2 {+0.73/17 12} Qg7 {-0.12/27
11} 66. Qg2 {+0.82/17 8} Kd7 {-0.12/27 18} 67. Kd1 {+0.92/16 18} Kd6
{-0.20/28 23} 68. Qg5 {+0.96/16 7} Qe7 {0.00/26 13} 69. Qf5 {+0.95/16 9}
Qe6 {0.00/27 10} 70. Qf8+ {+0.20/15 13} Kd7 {-0.16/28 22} 71. g7 {+0.21/15
10} Qg4+ {-0.08/29 15} 72. Kc1 {+0.28/16 8} Qg5+ {-0.08/29 10} 73. Kb1
{+0.21/17 9} Qg1+ {-0.08/30 10} 74. Kb2 {+0.21/17 9} Qg2+ {-0.12/28 13} 75.
Ka3 {+0.20/17 6} Qg1 {-0.12/31 25} 76. Qxc5 {+0.23/17 15} Qa1+ {-0.12/30
14} 77. Kb4 {+2.35/5 0} Qc3+ {-0.12/31 14} 78. Ka4 {+0.26/20 11} Qa1+
{-0.04/31 14} 79. Qa3 {+0.20/16 0} Qg1 {0.00/30 13} 80. g8=B {+0.18/18 9}
Qxg8 {-0.12/21 0} 81. Qc5 {+0.12/17 30} Qg2 {0.00/28 13} 82. Qa7+ {+0.12/16
51} Ke6 {0.00/27 13} 83. Qb6 {+1.14/16 22} Qa2+ {0.00/26 12} 84. Kb4
{+0.03/5 0} Qd2+ {0.00/27 11} 85. Kc5 {0.00/16 19} Qxd3 {0.00/24 16} 86.
Qxc6+ {0.00/15 26} Kf5 {0.00/24 15} 87. b4 {0.00/15 27} Qe3 {0.00/23 15}
88. Qd7+ {0.00/14 17} Kg6 {0.00/22 15} 89. Kb6 {0.00/14 21} d3+ {+1.77/17
13} 90. Kxa6 {0.00/13 1} d2 {+7.94/18 15} 91. Kb5 {-1.56/14 14} Qd4
{+11.83/19 19} 92. Qc6+ {-5.32/15 12} Kf7 {+12.36/20 15} 93. Qf3+ {-6.26/15
16} Ke7 {+12.64/21 17} 94. Qd1 {-6.40/16 21} e4 {+13.01/20 14} 95. a6
{-6.40/15 16} e3 {+13.49/21 15} 96. a7 {-7.00/14 13} Qxa7 {+23.79/22 21}
97. c5 {-7.57/15 13} Qb7+ {+25.69/21 4} 98. Kc4 {-8.76/15 13} Qe4+
{+87.75/19 43} 99. Kc3 {-30.39/17 49} e2 {+13.25/16 1} 100. Qxd2 {-30.39/14
0} e1=B {+M35/19 19} 101. Qxe1 {-30.70/18 11 Arena Entscheidung} 0-1
Werner

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by esacosta » Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:51 am

http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/kcec/ra ... t_all.html
http://ccrlchess.org.uk/ccrl/404/

Me refiero solo a uno de los mejores gratuitos, no de pago, y el mejor español, que yo sepa :)
Pero tampoco es tan bueno :)
Un saludo

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by fern » Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:49 pm

Ah, muy bien, en ese caso tu afirmation puede ser correcta. En todo caso, aunque no lo fiuera, no importa. Mi pregunta venía de la curiosidad, no de un deseo de refutar tu punto
saludos
fernando

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Re: Alfil 11 MT

Post by Aser Huerga » Sat Dec 03, 2011 12:54 pm

Hola Enrique,

could you tell us about the improvements in this new Alfil version (apart from multithread and Nalimov TBs ...)?

Gracias!

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