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Arasan test suite additions

Post by jdart » Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:30 am

I have been accumulating some test positions that I am planning to add to my Arasan test suite. I have posted some of them here previously but not all of them (some were posted by others). Currently I have 50 - EPD follows. I think all of these have singular valid solutions but it's possible some have multiple solutions or that the given best move is not actually best. I am still evaluating them. Feedback welcome.

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r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.201"; c0 "Nakamura-Giri, FIDE Grand Prix, London 2012";
1r1rb1k1/5ppp/4p3/1p1p3P/1q2P2Q/pN3P2/PPP4P/1K1R2R1 w - - bm Rxg7+; id "arasan15.202"; c0 "Vescovi-Gschwendtner, Groningen op 1994 (Aemis Test Suite #30)";
1r1q1rk1/4bp1p/n3p3/pbNpP1PB/5P2/1P2B1K1/1P1Q4/2RR4 w - - bm Ne4; id "arasan15.203"; c0 "Rybka 4.1 SE42 x64-Komodo64 SSE Version 4, Clash of the Titans 2012";
r1br2k1/1p2bppp/pq6/2p1p3/1BPpBPn1/1P1N2P1/P1QPP2P/RN2R1K1 b - - bm Qh6; id "arasan15.204"; c0 "Quazar 0.4-Deep Hiarcs 14, 4CPU match 2012 (G. Banks)";
r1bq1rk1/pp2bppp/1n2p3/3pP3/8/2RBBN2/PP2QPPP/2R3K1 w - - bm Bxh7+; id "arasan15.205"; c0 "Trent-Deslandes, Cap d'Agde CCAS op 2008";
r6k/N1Rb2bp/p2p1nr1/3Pp2q/1P2Pp1P/5N2/P3QBP1/4R1K1 b - - bm Bh3; id "arasan15.206"; c0 "Persson-Gerhardt, Simon Webb mem email 2007";
r1b2rk1/1pq1nppp/pbn1p3/8/3N4/3BBN2/PPP1QPPP/3R1RK1 w - - bm Bxh7+; id "arasan15.207"; c0 "Leu-Muck, DDR-ch H137 corr 1973";
3r1rk1/1b2qp1p/1p3np1/1N1p4/6n1/2NBP1K1/PBQ2PP1/3RR3 b - - bm d4; id "arasan15.208"; c0 "KingOfJungle (Deep Fritz 13)-Branstonbear (Houdini 2.0c Pro), playchess.com 2012";
r2q2k1/1R1b1rp1/4p2p/3pB3/P1p5/2P1QPP1/4PK2/R7 w - - bm Rab1; id "arasan15.209"; c0 "Houdini 3 64-bit 4CPU-Houdini 1.5a 64-bit 4CPU, CCRL 2012 (G. Banks)";
r3r2k/ppq3np/2p3p1/NPPp1bb1/P2Pnp2/3B1P2/2Q3PP/1RN1BRK1 b - - bm Ng3; id "arasan15.210"; c0 "Zambrana-Krush, 2nd American Continental 2003";
7k/5rp1/3q1p1p/2bNpQ1P/4P1P1/8/1R3PK1/8 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.211"; c0 "Blackborn (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Eroe Inrico (Gull II beta 2), playchess.com 2012";
4r3/4r3/1ppqpnk1/p3Rp1p/P2P1R1Q/2PB2P1/1P3P2/6K1 w - - bm Bxf5+; id "arasan15.212"; c0 "Jernjoffen (Naum 4)-Redboy (Cyclone 3.4), playchess.com 2009";
8/5q2/4kp1p/7R/6P1/5P2/6K1/8 w - - bm Ra5 Rb5 Rc5; id "arasan15.213"; c0 "Salov-Korchnoi, Wijk aan Zee 1997";
3R4/5p2/3b4/2q1p3/8/pP5Q/1k3P2/1B3K2 b - - bm Qd4; id "arasan15.214"; c0 "TrojanKnight-Arasan, freechess.org 2012";
r3nrk1/1pqbbppp/p2pp3/2n1P3/5P2/2NBBNQ1/PPP3PP/R4RK1 w - - bm Bxh7; id "arasan15.215"; c0 "Wedberg-Ionescu, Berliner Sommer 1998";
rnb2rk1/pp2qp1p/4p1pQ/3pP2P/5P2/3B4/P1P2BP1/R4RK1 w - - bm g4; id "arasan15.216"; c0 "Weldi2112 (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Dinkelberger (Stockfish 2.3 JA), playchess.com 2012";
8/2N5/1P2p3/5bPk/1q3b2/3Bp2P/2P5/6QK b - - bm Kh4; id "arasan15.217"; c0 "Pinvoy (Houdini 1.5a)-Pawnattack (Houdini 2.0c Pro), playchess.com 2012";
8/1r1q3k/6p1/5p1p/P3pQ2/3p3P/1B3RP1/6K1 w - f6 bm g4; id "arasan15.218"; c0 "PTG1204 (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Mortal_Sin (BlackMamba 1.1.117), playchess.com 2012";
5r2/3rkp2/2R2p2/p2Bb2Q/1p2P2P/4q1P1/Pp6/1K1R4 b - - bm b3; id "arasan15.219"; c0 "Hotmorphy (Deep Shredder 9)-Mr Blue Sky (HIARCS 12), playchess.com 2012";
1kr4r/1p1bppb1/q1np1n2/p1p2PBp/2P5/P1NP2PP/1P1QN1B1/1R3R1K w - - bm b4; id "arasan15.220"; c0 "The Viper (Rybka 3 Dynamic x64)-Jernjoffen (Naum 4), playchess.com 2009";
2r2rk1/1b1pq1pp/4p2n/pP6/2PQ1p1P/P4P2/4NKP1/RB5R b - - bm Ng4+; id "arasan15.221"; c0 "Johnny 4.00 8CPU-Chiron 1.1a 8CPU, Super Tournament 2012 (G. Banks)";
4r1k1/1p4p1/p1qBp1Qp/b1pnP3/8/5NP1/1P3PKP/3R4 w - - bm Rxd5; id "arasan15.222"; c0 "NVV5 (Houdini 2.0b Pro)-Deep Butterfly (Deep Fritz 13), playchess.com 2012";
3n4/5k2/8/2p1B1pp/1pP1Pp2/1P1K1P1P/8/8 b - - bm Kg6; id "arasan15.223"; c0 "Bronstein-Botvinnik, World Championship (m/10), Moscow 1951";
8/2p5/2k1P3/3p4/6P1/1K5P/8/8 w - - bm Kb4; id "arasan15.224"; c0 "V. Aberman, 2011";
2k3rr/pp6/2nnbN2/q1p1p2p/P1P1PpP1/2PB3P/3BQ1P1/RR4K1 b - - bm Rg7; id "arasan15.225"; c0 "Bern-Elwert, 50 Years Jubilee cr 1994";
r5k1/2r2p2/2Pq2p1/pp1p1p2/3QbP2/1NR5/P5PP/2R3K1 w - - bm Rh3; id "arasan15.226"; c0 "Gelfand-Karpov, 12th Linares 1994";
8/pb3pk1/1p1q1nnp/r3p1p1/3p4/1B1Q1PP1/PPR4P/1K2R1N1 b - - bm e4; id "arasan15.227"; c0 "Shirov-Ivanchuk, Linares 1998";
r1b2rk1/1p4p1/p1n1p3/3p1pB1/NqP3n1/b2BP3/1PQN1P1P/1K4RR w - f6 bm Rxg4; id "arasan15.228"; c0 "Van Oosterom-Plomp, Korning mem 1998";
q2rn1k1/1b3p1p/1p4p1/2n1B1P1/r1PN3P/P4P2/4Q1B1/3RR1K1 w - - bm Bf6; id "arasan15.229"; c0 "Tarnowiecki-Timmerman, Millennium Email 2000";
8/1Kp2rkp/1pR5/pPb3p1/P2p2P1/3R1P2/8/8 w - - bm Rd1; id "arasan15.230"; c0 "Umansky-Rittner, World Champions Jubilee 2001";
3n1bk1/3nrp1p/3p1QpP/1q1P4/1p2N3/4BN2/1P3PP1/4R1K1 w - - bm Ra1; id "arasan15.231"; c0 "Van Oosterom-Bang, Elite Grandmasters Jubilee ICCF 2002";
8/5pk1/7p/P4RpP/6P1/6K1/5P2/r7 w - - bm Kh2 Kg2; id "arasan15.232"; c0 "Leko-Anand, Linares 2003";
r2q1rk1/2p2ppp/pb1p1n2/n3p3/P2PP3/2P2NN1/R4PPP/2BQ1RK1 w - - bm Bg5; id "arasan15.233"; c0 "Carlsen-Beliavsky, Corus-B Wijk aan Zee 2006";
nqr3k1/3b1p2/p2p2pp/1p1Pp1N1/1P2P3/1B5P/P2Q1PP1/5RK1 w - - bm Ne6; id "arasan15.234"; c0 "Anand-Carlsen, Morelia/Linares 2007";
1r2rbk1/1p1n1p2/p3b1p1/q2NpNPp/4P2Q/1P5R/6BP/5R1K w - h6 bm Ng3; id "arasan15.235"; c0 "Carlsen-Anand, Corus Wijk aan Zee 2008";
2br4/4kppp/p1B1p3/4r3/1P2P3/2R3P1/4PK1P/R7 w - - bm b5; id "arasan15.236"; c0 "Anand-Wang Yue, Linares 2009";
1qr3k1/4Qpp1/p3p2p/1p2b3/2n1B3/2P3P1/PP5P/1K1RR3 b - - bm b4; id "arasan15.237"; c0 "Shirov-Kramnik, Linares 1997";
8/3n4/2n3pp/1p1kp3/5P1N/4K1P1/1B5P/8 b - - bm Nb6; id "arasan15.238"; c0 "Alekhine-Reshevsky, Nottingham 1936";
3q1rk1/5np1/p2p4/P1p2PP1/2P1Pp2/3R1N2/r7/4Q1RK w - - bm Qh4; id "arasan15.239"; c0 "Leko-Grischuk, World Championship, Mexico City (8) 2007";
8/8/8/R7/5p2/2p5/5k2/1K3b1B w - - bm Bb7; id "arasan15.240"; c0 "Richard Becker, NONA 2007, miniatures, 2007 Prize";
1rbq1b1r/ppN2kpp/2nPp3/2p2p2/4pB2/4P3/PPP1NPPP/R2QK2R w KQ - bm g4; id "arasan15.241"; c0 "Ivanchuk-Jobava, Capablanca Memorial Elite 2005";
r2q1r1k/ppp1n2p/4P1p1/2Pp1PB1/1PB1N3/8/P5KP/3Q4 b - - bm h6; id "arasan15.242"; c0 "Van Wely-Radjabov, Biel GM 2007";
r2qbr1k/1p3pp1/p1n2N1p/5R1Q/P7/3Bp3/1PP3PP/R5K1 w - - bm Ng4; id "arasan15.243"; c0 "Radjabov-Navara, Baku FIDE GP 2008";
8/4bBpp/3p4/P6P/2PN2p1/3k1b2/P7/6K1 w - - bm h6; id "arasan15.244"; c0 "Timman, 1c Corus {m} 2008";
8/8/8/2p1p3/8/pK6/1N6/1k4N1 w - - bm Nc4; id "arasan15.245"; c0 "V. Vlasenko, Sp.Prize, A.Guljaev & R.Kofman MT, 2009";
8/8/2B3r1/PP1PkpNp/2b4P/8/7K/8 w - - bm Nf7+; id "arasan15.246"; c0 "Mamedyarov-Bacrot, Baku FIDE GP 2008";
8/3r2p1/pR5p/5P1K/P4kP1/8/8/8 b - - bm a5; id "arasan15.247"; c0 "Critter-Sting SF, The Elite II 64 bit 1 CPU 2012";
r1b1r1k1/pp3ppp/4p1n1/q1ppP1B1/6QP/P1PB3R/2P1KPP1/R7 w - - bm h5; id "arasan15.248"; c0 "Bologan-Vaganian, EU Club Cup 2006";
2nq2rb/3pr2k/1pp1p2p/p3Pp1B/3P1P2/PPN5/5Q1P/R5RK w - - bm Ne4; id "arasan15.249"; c0 "Kasparov-Jussupow, URS-ch49 Frunze 1981";
8/k3qrpR/1p1p4/p2QpPp1/P1P1P1K1/1P6/8/8 w - - bm b4; id "arasan15.250"; c0 "Keres-Euwe, Netherlands (m/6) 1940";

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by zullil » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:01 pm

jdart wrote:I have been accumulating some test positions that I am planning to add to my Arasan test suite. I have posted some of them here previously but not all of them (some were posted by others). Currently I have 50 - EPD follows. I think all of these have singular valid solutions but it's possible some have multiple solutions or that the given best move is not actually best. I am still evaluating them. Feedback welcome.

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r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.201"; c0 "Nakamura-Giri, FIDE Grand Prix, London 2012";

8/5pk1/7p/P4RpP/6P1/6K1/5P2/r7 w - - bm Kh2 Kg2; id "arasan15.232"; c0 "Leko-Anand, Linares 2003";

Critter-1.6a (8 threads, 2GB Hash, 300 sec/position) gets all of these except for the two above.

[D]r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5

Critter chose Bd5.

[D]8/5pk1/7p/P4RpP/6P1/6K1/5P2/r7 w - - bm Kh2 Kg2

Critter chose Kf3.

I'll have Critter re-analyze these two.

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by Norm Pollock » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:07 pm

r2qbr1k/1p3pp1/p1n2N1p/5R1Q/P7/3Bp3/1PP3PP/R5K1 w - - bm Ng4; id "arasan15.31"; c0 "Radjabov-Navara, Baku Grand Prix 2008";


r2qbr1k/1p3pp1/p1n2N1p/5R1Q/P7/3Bp3/1PP3PP/R5K1 w - - bm Ng4; id "arasan15.243"; c0 "Radjabov-Navara, Baku FIDE GP 2008";

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by jdart » Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:59 pm

Thanks, will correct.

Btw. Arasan itself (my current development version) solved 24/50 at 5 minutes/move.

Some of the endgame positions probably require tablebases to solve.

In my testing so far, the following positions were especially difficult:

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r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.201"; c0 "Nakamura-Giri, FIDE Grand Prix, London 2012";
rnb2rk1/pp2qp1p/4p1pQ/3pP2P/5P2/3B4/P1P2BP1/R4RK1 w - - bm g4; id "arasan15.216"; c0 "Weldi2112 (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Dinkelberger (Stockfish 2.3 JA), playchess.com 2012";
8/1Kp2rkp/1pR5/pPb3p1/P2p2P1/3R1P2/8/8 w - - bm Rd1; id "arasan15.230"; c0 "Umansky-Rittner, World Champions Jubilee 2001";
8/5pk1/7p/P4RpP/6P1/6K1/5P2/r7 w - - bm Kh2 Kg2; id "arasan15.232"; c0 "Leko-Anand, Linares 2003";
r2q1rk1/2p2ppp/pb1p1n2/n3p3/P2PP3/2P2NN1/R4PPP/2BQ1RK1 w - - bm Bg5; id "arasan15.233"; c0 "Carlsen-Beliavsky, Corus-B Wijk aan Zee 2006";
r1b1r1k1/pp3ppp/4p1n1/q1ppP1B1/6QP/P1PB3R/2P1KPP1/R7 w - - bm h5; id "arasan15.248"; c0 "Bologan-Vaganian, EU Club Cup 2006";
I like the Carlsen position very much: that was a killer move by Carlsen. I also enjoy Bologan's games: he is a very aggressive attacking player.

--Jon

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by zullil » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:05 pm

zullil wrote:
jdart wrote:I have been accumulating some test positions that I am planning to add to my Arasan test suite. I have posted some of them here previously but not all of them (some were posted by others). Currently I have 50 - EPD follows. I think all of these have singular valid solutions but it's possible some have multiple solutions or that the given best move is not actually best. I am still evaluating them. Feedback welcome.
[D]r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5

I'll have Critter re-analyze these two.
Critter eventually switches to g5, and suggests 1. g5 hxg5 2. h6 gxh6 3. Rxe5 fxe5 4. f6 Bd7 5. f7+ Ke7 6. Bxd7.

[D]r7/1p1BkP2/1B5p/P1p1p1p1/2Pp4/3P4/5K2/8 b - - 0 6

Here Giri played Kxd7 and lost. Critter suggests Kxf7 instead, giving

[D]r7/1p1B1k2/1B5p/P1p1p1p1/2Pp4/3P4/5K2/8 w - - 0 7

Does White still win?

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by Vinvin » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:47 pm

zullil wrote:Here Giri played Kxd7 and lost. Critter suggests Kxf7 instead, giving

[D]r7/1p1B1k2/1B5p/P1p1p1p1/2Pp4/3P4/5K2/8 w - - 0 7

Does White still win?
Bf5! With the idea Be4 to win the b7 pawn and controlled the h and g pawns ...
The 2 bishops seem too strong for me ...

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Re: Arasan test suite additions

Post by zullil » Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:30 pm

Vinvin wrote:
zullil wrote:Here Giri played Kxd7 and lost. Critter suggests Kxf7 instead, giving

[D]r7/1p1B1k2/1B5p/P1p1p1p1/2Pp4/3P4/5K2/8 w - - 0 7

Does White still win?
Bf5! With the idea Be4 to win the b7 pawn and controlled the h and g pawns ...
The 2 bishops seem too strong for me ...
Yes, this is the same plan that occurred to me. Haven't had time to really analyze it, and I'm not a strong player in any case.

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Re: Arasan test suite additions (2nd draft)

Post by jdart » Fri Dec 21, 2012 7:07 pm

Some changes:

1. Replace duplicate position with this one:

8/2k5/2PrR1p1/7p/5p1P/5P1K/6P1/8 w - - bm Rxd6; id "arasan15.243"; c0 "Topalov-Short, Madrid Magistral 1997"; c1 "mate in 36";

2. Change arasan15.213 to an "am" position.

3. Replace position arasan15.209 because there is another good move (Rb6) that was near in score to Rab1. The replacement position is:

8/1B6/3r2p1/5p1p/5P1P/4k1P1/8/6K1 b - - bm g5; id "arasan15.209"; c0 "R. Kholmov, 1973";

(I believe this was posted earlier and is quite difficult)

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r3k3/1p4p1/1Bb1Bp1p/P1p1bP1P/2Pp2P1/3P4/5K2/4R3 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.201"; c0 "Nakamura-Giri, FIDE Grand Prix, London 2012";
1r1rb1k1/5ppp/4p3/1p1p3P/1q2P2Q/pN3P2/PPP4P/1K1R2R1 w - - bm Rxg7+; id "arasan15.202"; c0 "Vescovi-Gschwendtner, Groningen op 1994 (Aemis Test Suite #30)";
1r1q1rk1/4bp1p/n3p3/pbNpP1PB/5P2/1P2B1K1/1P1Q4/2RR4 w - - bm Ne4; id "arasan15.203"; c0 "Rybka 4.1 SE42 x64-Komodo64 SSE Version 4, Clash of the Titans 2012";
r1br2k1/1p2bppp/pq6/2p1p3/1BPpBPn1/1P1N2P1/P1QPP2P/RN2R1K1 b - - bm Qh6; id "arasan15.204"; c0 "Quazar 0.4-Deep Hiarcs 14, 4CPU match 2012 (G. Banks)";
r1bq1rk1/pp2bppp/1n2p3/3pP3/8/2RBBN2/PP2QPPP/2R3K1 w - - bm Bxh7+; id "arasan15.205"; c0 "Trent-Deslandes, Cap d'Agde CCAS op 2008";
r6k/N1Rb2bp/p2p1nr1/3Pp2q/1P2Pp1P/5N2/P3QBP1/4R1K1 b - - bm Bh3; id "arasan15.206"; c0 "Persson-Gerhardt, Simon Webb mem email 2007";
r1b2rk1/1pq1nppp/pbn1p3/8/3N4/3BBN2/PPP1QPPP/3R1RK1 w - - bm Bxh7+; id "arasan15.207"; c0 "Leu-Muck, DDR-ch H137 corr 1973";
3r1rk1/1b2qp1p/1p3np1/1N1p4/6n1/2NBP1K1/PBQ2PP1/3RR3 b - - bm d4; id "arasan15.208"; c0 "KingOfJungle (Deep Fritz 13)-Branstonbear (Houdini 2.0c Pro), playchess.com 2012";
8/1B6/3r2p1/5p1p/5P1P/4k1P1/8/6K1 b - - bm g5; id "arasan15.209"; c0 "R. Kholmov, 1973";
r3r2k/ppq3np/2p3p1/NPPp1bb1/P2Pnp2/3B1P2/2Q3PP/1RN1BRK1 b - - bm Ng3; id "arasan15.210"; c0 "Zambrana-Krush, 2nd American Continental 2003";
7k/5rp1/3q1p1p/2bNpQ1P/4P1P1/8/1R3PK1/8 w - - bm g5; id "arasan15.211"; c0 "Blackborn (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Eroe Inrico (Gull II beta 2), playchess.com 2012";
4r3/4r3/1ppqpnk1/p3Rp1p/P2P1R1Q/2PB2P1/1P3P2/6K1 w - - bm Bxf5+; id "arasan15.212"; c0 "Jernjoffen (Naum 4)-Redboy (Cyclone 3.4), playchess.com 2009";
8/5q2/4kp1p/7R/6P1/5P2/6K1/8 w - - am Rxh6; id "arasan15.213"; c0 "Salov-Korchnoi, Wijk aan Zee 1997";
3R4/5p2/3b4/2q1p3/8/pP5Q/1k3P2/1B3K2 b - - bm Qd4; id "arasan15.214"; c0 "TrojanKnight-Arasan, freechess.org 2012";
r3nrk1/1pqbbppp/p2pp3/2n1P3/5P2/2NBBNQ1/PPP3PP/R4RK1 w - - bm Bxh7; id "arasan15.215"; c0 "Wedberg-Ionescu, Berliner Sommer 1998";
rnb2rk1/pp2qp1p/4p1pQ/3pP2P/5P2/3B4/P1P2BP1/R4RK1 w - - bm g4; id "arasan15.216"; c0 "Weldi2112 (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Dinkelberger (Stockfish 2.3 JA), playchess.com 2012";
8/2N5/1P2p3/5bPk/1q3b2/3Bp2P/2P5/6QK b - - bm Kh4; id "arasan15.217"; c0 "Pinvoy (Houdini 1.5a)-Pawnattack (Houdini 2.0c Pro), playchess.com 2012";
8/1r1q3k/6p1/5p1p/P3pQ2/3p3P/1B3RP1/6K1 w - - bm g4; id "arasan15.218"; c0 "PTG1204 (Houdini 2.0c Pro)-Mortal_Sin (BlackMamba 1.1.117), playchess.com 2012"; 
5r2/3rkp2/2R2p2/p2Bb2Q/1p2P2P/4q1P1/Pp6/1K1R4 b - - bm b3; id "arasan15.219"; c0 "Hotmorphy (Deep Shredder 9)-Mr Blue Sky (HIARCS 12), playchess.com 2012";
1kr4r/1p1bppb1/q1np1n2/p1p2PBp/2P5/P1NP2PP/1P1QN1B1/1R3R1K w - - bm b4; id "arasan15.220"; c0 "The Viper (Rybka 3 Dynamic x64)-Jernjoffen (Naum 4), playchess.com 2009";
2r2rk1/1b1pq1pp/4p2n/pP6/2PQ1p1P/P4P2/4NKP1/RB5R b - - bm Ng4+; id "arasan15.221"; c0 "Johnny 4.00 8CPU-Chiron 1.1a 8CPU, Super Tournament 2012 (G. Banks)";
4r1k1/1p4p1/p1qBp1Qp/b1pnP3/8/5NP1/1P3PKP/3R4 w - - bm Rxd5; id "arasan15.222"; c0 "NVV5 (Houdini 2.0b Pro)-Deep Butterfly (Deep Fritz 13), playchess.com 2012";
3n4/5k2/8/2p1B1pp/1pP1Pp2/1P1K1P1P/8/8 b - - bm Kg6; id "arasan15.223"; c0 "Bronstein-Botvinnik, World Championship (m/10), Moscow 1951";
8/2p5/2k1P3/3p4/6P1/1K5P/8/8 w - - bm Kb4; id "arasan15.224"; c0 "V. Aberman, 2011";
2k3rr/pp6/2nnbN2/q1p1p2p/P1P1PpP1/2PB3P/3BQ1P1/RR4K1 b - - bm Rg7; id "arasan15.225"; c0 "Bern-Elwert, 50 Years Jubilee cr 1994";
r5k1/2r2p2/2Pq2p1/pp1p1p2/3QbP2/1NR5/P5PP/2R3K1 w - - bm Rh3; id "arasan15.226"; c0 "Gelfand-Karpov, 12th Linares 1994";
8/pb3pk1/1p1q1nnp/r3p1p1/3p4/1B1Q1PP1/PPR4P/1K2R1N1 b - - bm e4; id "arasan15.227"; c0 "Shirov-Ivanchuk, Linares 1998";
r1b2rk1/1p4p1/p1n1p3/3p1pB1/NqP3n1/b2BP3/1PQN1P1P/1K4RR w - f6 bm Rxg4; id "arasan15.228"; c0 "Van Oosterom-Plomp, Korning mem 1998";
q2rn1k1/1b3p1p/1p4p1/2n1B1P1/r1PN3P/P4P2/4Q1B1/3RR1K1 w - - bm Bf6; id "arasan15.229"; c0 "Tarnowiecki-Timmerman, Millennium Email 2000";
8/1Kp2rkp/1pR5/pPb3p1/P2p2P1/3R1P2/8/8 w - - bm Rd1; id "arasan15.230"; c0 "Umansky-Rittner, World Champions Jubilee 2001";
3n1bk1/3nrp1p/3p1QpP/1q1P4/1p2N3/4BN2/1P3PP1/4R1K1 w - - bm Ra1; id "arasan15.231"; c0 "Van Oosterom-Bang, Elite Grandmasters Jubilee ICCF 2002";
8/5pk1/7p/P4RpP/6P1/6K1/5P2/r7 w - - bm Kh2 Kg2; id "arasan15.232"; c0 "Leko-Anand, Linares 2003";
r2q1rk1/2p2ppp/pb1p1n2/n3p3/P2PP3/2P2NN1/R4PPP/2BQ1RK1 w - - bm Bg5; id "arasan15.233"; c0 "Carlsen-Beliavsky, Corus-B Wijk aan Zee 2006";
nqr3k1/3b1p2/p2p2pp/1p1Pp1N1/1P2P3/1B5P/P2Q1PP1/5RK1 w - - bm Ne6; id "arasan15.234"; c0 "Anand-Carlsen, Morelia/Linares 2007";
1r2rbk1/1p1n1p2/p3b1p1/q2NpNPp/4P2Q/1P5R/6BP/5R1K w - h6 bm Ng3; id "arasan15.235"; c0 "Carlsen-Anand, Corus Wijk aan Zee 2008";
2br4/4kppp/p1B1p3/4r3/1P2P3/2R3P1/4PK1P/R7 w - - bm b5; id "arasan15.236"; c0 "Anand-Wang Yue, Linares 2009";
1qr3k1/4Qpp1/p3p2p/1p2b3/2n1B3/2P3P1/PP5P/1K1RR3 b - - bm b4; id "arasan15.237"; c0 "Shirov-Kramnik, Linares 1997";
8/3n4/2n3pp/1p1kp3/5P1N/4K1P1/1B5P/8 b - - bm Nb6; id "arasan15.238"; c0 "Alekhine-Reshevsky, Nottingham 1936";
3q1rk1/5np1/p2p4/P1p2PP1/2P1Pp2/3R1N2/r7/4Q1RK w - - bm Qh4; id "arasan15.239"; c0 "Leko-Grischuk, World Championship, Mexico City (8) 2007";
8/8/8/R7/5p2/2p5/5k2/1K3b1B w - - bm Bb7; id "arasan15.240"; c0 "Richard Becker, NONA 2007, miniatures, 2007 Prize";
1rbq1b1r/ppN2kpp/2nPp3/2p2p2/4pB2/4P3/PPP1NPPP/R2QK2R w KQ - bm g4; id "arasan15.241"; c0 "Ivanchuk-Jobava, Capablanca Memorial Elite 2005";
r2q1r1k/ppp1n2p/4P1p1/2Pp1PB1/1PB1N3/8/P5KP/3Q4 b - - bm h6; id "arasan15.242"; c0 "Van Wely-Radjabov, Biel GM 2007";
8/2k5/2PrR1p1/7p/5p1P/5P1K/6P1/8 w - - bm Rxd6; id "arasan15.243"; c0 "Topalov-Short, Madrid Magistral 1997"; c1 "mate in 36";
8/4bBpp/3p4/P6P/2PN2p1/3k1b2/P7/6K1 w - - bm h6; id "arasan15.244"; c0 "Timman, 1c Corus {m} 2008";
8/8/8/2p1p3/8/pK6/1N6/1k4N1 w - - bm Nc4; id "arasan15.245"; c0 "V. Vlasenko, Sp.Prize, A.Guljaev & R.Kofman MT, 2009";
8/8/2B3r1/PP1PkpNp/2b4P/8/7K/8 w - - bm Nf7+; id "arasan15.246"; c0 "Mamedyarov-Bacrot, Baku FIDE GP 2008";
8/3r2p1/pR5p/5P1K/P4kP1/8/8/8 b - - bm a5; id "arasan15.247"; c0 "Critter-Sting SF, The Elite II 64 bit 1 CPU 2012";
r1b1r1k1/pp3ppp/4p1n1/q1ppP1B1/6QP/P1PB3R/2P1KPP1/R7 w - - bm h5; id "arasan15.248"; c0 "Bologan-Vaganian, EU Club Cup 2006";
2nq2rb/3pr2k/1pp1p2p/p3Pp1B/3P1P2/PPN5/5Q1P/R5RK w - - bm Ne4; id "arasan15.249"; c0 "Kasparov-Jussupow, URS-ch49 Frunze 1981";
8/k3qrpR/1p1p4/p2QpPp1/P1P1P1K1/1P6/8/8 w - - bm b4; id "arasan15.250"; c0 "Keres-Euwe, Netherlands (m/6) 1940";

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Re: Arasan test suite additions (2nd draft)

Post by Paloma » Sat Dec 22, 2012 3:12 pm

Thanks Jon

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Re: Arasan test suite additions (2nd draft)

Post by lucasart » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:58 am

Thank Jon. Your test suite is very interesting, and very difficult! Also, it reminds me that I need to fix my EPD parser (DiscoCheck incorrectly expects a ';' before the 'bm').

My engine DiscoCheck scores horribly bad on this test (10s/move 64 MB Hash)

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$ ./Engines/discocheck_3.7.1 ./arasan.epd hash=64 time=10000
(...)
result = 6/50
PS: My computer isn't very powerful, but I doubt it would make much difference.
Theory and practice sometimes clash. And when that happens, theory loses. Every single time.

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