Bouquet 1.8 relase

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Bouquet 1.8 relase

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New version of Bouquet. 1.8.

Some code cleanup over version 1.6.
POPCNT instruction detection.
UCI options for Pawn_Hash and Larges_Pages.
Strong extension of pawns Static evaluation, now also dynamically based on different game situations, (quite done yet).
Some minor changes.
Time Control more adaptable to different controls (quite done yet)

Executable for 64-bit, x64 1.8 Bouquet
Executable for 32-bit, x32 1.8 Bouquet

There is a more than 64-bit executable on WINE folder for some Linux users with Wine, is equal but have removed all the problematic instructions.

I hope to find a different game and some fun.
Mention and Special thanks to Izak Petrorius, also "Peterpan" , author of engine Panchess for your help, advice (patch included) and friendship.


Greetings.:D

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Hi there,

could you compile a linux version too, please.

Michael
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velmarin wrote:New version of Bouquet. 1.8
Thanks Jose. Good luck. :)
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Thanks my friend for a new version of your fantastic chess engine :D

Do you have an estimated Elo gain for this new version !?
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CositasBuenas wrote:Hi there,
could you compile a linux version too, please.
Michael
I'm sorry, Michael.
For now, it is impossible.
You can use with WINE (wine folder), but do not know how is the performance ..

Thank you very much Graham, you always attentive ...
You have my thanks .. I've already expressed ...


Dr Deeb, thank you for your continued support, ELO, agreeing to the beta, there was talk of 35, but my tests are very short, I expect better performance in long time controls, although this version is more "agile",
I make very few test, really.

Greetings.
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velmarin wrote:
CositasBuenas wrote:Hi there,
could you compile a linux version too, please.
Michael
I'm sorry, Michael.
For now, it is impossible.
You can use with WINE (wine folder), but do not know how is the performance ..

Thank you very much Graham, you always attentive ...
You have my thanks .. I've already expressed ...


Dr Deeb, thank you for your continued support, ELO, agreeing to the beta, there was talk of 35, but my tests are very short, I expect better performance in long time controls, although this version is more "agile",
I make very few test, really.

Greetings.
Thanks my friend and good luck.....
Dr.D
_No one can hit as hard as life.But it ain’t about how hard you can hit.It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.How much you can take and keep moving forward….
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Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Thanks my friend for a new version of your fantastic chess engine :D

Do you have an estimated Elo gain for this new version !?
Dr.D
The testrun for the LS-ratinglist has started on both machines, so on Tuesday or Wednesday we will know, how much stronger Bouquet 1.8 is...
Stay tuned.

Stefan
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velmarin wrote:......Thank you very much Graham, you always attentive ...
You have my thanks .. I've already expressed ...
Bouquet 1.8 64-bit Gauntlet running in TLCV.
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pohl4711 wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Thanks my friend for a new version of your fantastic chess engine :D

Do you have an estimated Elo gain for this new version !?
Dr.D
The testrun for the LS-ratinglist has started on both machines, so on Tuesday or Wednesday we will know, how much stronger Bouquet 1.8 is...
Stay tuned.

Stefan
Will follow closely :D
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velmarin wrote:
CositasBuenas wrote:Hi there,
could you compile a linux version too, please.
Michael
I'm sorry, Michael.
For now, it is impossible.
You can use with WINE (wine folder), but do not know how is the performance ..
The performance with WINE is fine, Jose.
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