Sting-sf-45 release

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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by lech » Fri May 23, 2014 9:53 am

Master Om wrote: Thank you for a great Engine. Waiting for the draw fortress detection.
I know that I will do it. All is in my head. The problem is that my dual core machine is too sloow. I need to find a sponsor (i7).

Maybe someone knows a rich men who doesn't like (afraid) an artifical intelligenc and is able help me. Such an engine can be welcome in discusions about the inteligence. 8-)
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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by Graham Banks » Sat May 24, 2014 7:34 am

velmarin wrote:Later I'll put it on my blog,
Popcnt Intel version, and version easily.
Microsoft XP version with OLD_LOCKS.

Marek, maybe you should make an effort and move the code to the new Stockfish,
Not only for performance, even modernize .
Users can compile their machines with system BYO, example.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t5i3trjj60c0b ... _SF_4.5.7z
Any chance of an exe that works without asking for dll files?

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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by velmarin » Sat May 24, 2014 7:51 am

Graham Banks wrote:
Any chance of an exe that works without asking for dll files?

Graham.
Maybe I missed that detail,
try to xeon:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4xcs2zhdhyl4e ... 5%20x64.7z

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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by Graham Banks » Sat May 24, 2014 8:30 am

velmarin wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Any chance of an exe that works without asking for dll files?

Graham.
Maybe I missed that detail,
try to xeon:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4xcs2zhdhyl4e ... 5%20x64.7z
Thanks. Works well now. :)
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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by lech » Sat May 24, 2014 10:14 am

Vinvin wrote:On Wikipedia, you can find some very interesting fortress too : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fortress_%28chess%29
Thanks Vincent, I think I should add some knovladge to Sting e.g.
[d]k7/1b6/8/3n4/4Q3/8/8/K7 w - - draw
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Re: Sting-sf-45 release

Post by Paloma » Sat May 24, 2014 8:27 pm

lech wrote: [d]1K3kB1/8/6p1/7R/8/4b3/8/6n1 w - - bm Rh8;
1...Rh8 2.Kg7 Bh7!! 3.g5 Bf5 4.Kxh8 Bg4 fortress
It is possible (maybe) my idea (without tunning) can return ZERO in some non-draw positions, but I made many to drop it in next depths.
1...Rh8 2.Kg7 Kxh8 is also remis according to 6 men EGTB
3.Bxg6 remis

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Problems

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Re: Problems

Post by lech » Fri May 30, 2014 8:15 am

Thanks Graham, I will take a look at this problem. Perhaps it is a problem with my code. In my testes (32-bit) I found nothing wrong. The code of Stockfish 211 gives many problems for my ideas. :?
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Re: Problems

Post by Mithu » Fri May 30, 2014 9:48 am

lech wrote: Thanks Graham, I will take a look at this problem. Perhaps it is a problem with my code. In my testes (32-bit) I found nothing wrong. The code of Stockfish 211 gives many problems for my ideas. :?
Before people jump to the wrong conclusions please correct the spelling mistake. It should be 'TESTS' :lol:

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Re: Problems

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Fri May 30, 2014 3:21 pm

Mithu wrote:
lech wrote: Thanks Graham, I will take a look at this problem. Perhaps it is a problem with my code. In my testes (32-bit) I found nothing wrong. The code of Stockfish 211 gives many problems for my ideas. :?
Before people jump to the wrong conclusions please correct the spelling mistake. It should be 'TESTS' :lol:
During my education in the medical university,no one told us that there are x32 and x64 testes :shock:
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