The July Joust

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Graham Banks
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Re: The July Joust

Post by Graham Banks » Tue Jul 20, 2021 10:40 pm

THE JULY JOUST

Intel i5 Quad
ChessGUI
256mb hash each
3-4-5 piece tablebases
Ponder off
GBSelect2021.cgb book
40 moves in 25 minutes repeating (adapted for the CCRL)
2 cycles 52 rounds
All engines 64-bit where available


Standings after Round 40

24.0 - Booot 6.5 64-bit
23.5 - Xiphos 0.6 64-bit
23.0 - RofChade 2.3 64-bit
22.5 - Deep Shredder 13 64-bit
22.5 - Laser 1.7 64-bit
22.0 - Berserk 4.4.0 64-bit
21.5 - Schooner 2.2 64-bit
21.0 - Andscacs 0.95 64-bit
18.0 - Fizbo 2.0 64-bit
18.0 - Wasp 4.50 64-bit
17.0 - Weiss 1.4 64-bit
16.5 - Defenchess 2.2 64-bit
15.5 - Halogen 10 64-bit
15.0 - Minic 3.08 64-bit


Games and standings will be available after every four rounds from the following link:
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... =7&t=13135

If you install TLCV (Tom's Live Chess Viewer) on your computer, you can watch the games live move by move. You'll also be able to chat to others following the tournament in the chatroom there.
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... p?id=42959
Host - GrahamCCRL.dyndns.org Port - 16002

Linux users can use Livius:
https://github.com/kmar/livius

There is also a Livius windows version.
It has live pv boards as a nice addition.
http://www.crabaware.com/livius/
gbanksnz at gmail.com

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Re: The July Joust

Post by Graham Banks » Thu Jul 22, 2021 9:51 pm

THE JULY JOUST

Intel i5 Quad
ChessGUI
256mb hash each
3-4-5 piece tablebases
Ponder off
GBSelect2021.cgb book
40 moves in 25 minutes repeating (adapted for the CCRL)
2 cycles 52 rounds
All engines 64-bit where available


Standings after Round 44

26.5 - Booot 6.5 64-bit
26.0 - Xiphos 0.6 64-bit
25.5 - RofChade 2.3 64-bit
25.0 - Laser 1.7 64-bit
24.5 - Deep Shredder 13 64-bit
24.5 - Berserk 4.4.0 64-bit
24.0 - Schooner 2.2 64-bit
22.5 - Andscacs 0.95 64-bit
20.5 - Wasp 4.50 64-bit
18.5 - Weiss 1.4 64-bit
18.5 - Halogen 10 64-bit
18.0 - Fizbo 2.0 64-bit
18.0 - Defenchess 2.2 64-bit
16.0 - Minic 3.08 64-bit


Games and standings will be available after every four rounds from the following link:
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... =7&t=13135

If you install TLCV (Tom's Live Chess Viewer) on your computer, you can watch the games live move by move. You'll also be able to chat to others following the tournament in the chatroom there.
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... p?id=42959
Host - GrahamCCRL.dyndns.org Port - 16002

Linux users can use Livius:
https://github.com/kmar/livius

There is also a Livius windows version.
It has live pv boards as a nice addition.
http://www.crabaware.com/livius/
gbanksnz at gmail.com

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Re: The July Joust

Post by Graham Banks » Fri Jul 23, 2021 11:09 pm

THE JULY JOUST

Intel i5 Quad
ChessGUI
256mb hash each
3-4-5 piece tablebases
Ponder off
GBSelect2021.cgb book
40 moves in 25 minutes repeating (adapted for the CCRL)
2 cycles 52 rounds
All engines 64-bit where available


Standings after Round 48

29.0 - Booot 6.5 64-bit
28.0 - RofChade 2.3 64-bit
27.5 - Laser 1.7 64-bit
27.5 - Xiphos 0.6 64-bit
27.0 - Berserk 4.4.0 64-bit
26.0 - Schooner 2.2 64-bit
26.0 - Deep Shredder 13 64-bit
24.5 - Andscacs 0.95 64-bit
22.5 - Wasp 4.50 64-bit
20.5 - Defenchess 2.2 64-bit
20.0 - Halogen 10 64-bit
20.0 - Weiss 1.4 64-bit
19.5 - Fizbo 2.0 64-bit
18.0 - Minic 3.08 64-bit


Games and standings will be available after every four rounds from the following link:
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... =7&t=13135

If you install TLCV (Tom's Live Chess Viewer) on your computer, you can watch the games live move by move. You'll also be able to chat to others following the tournament in the chatroom there.
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... p?id=42959
Host - GrahamCCRL.dyndns.org Port - 16002

Linux users can use Livius:
https://github.com/kmar/livius

There is also a Livius windows version.
It has live pv boards as a nice addition.
http://www.crabaware.com/livius/
gbanksnz at gmail.com

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Location: Auckland, NZ

Re: The July Joust

Post by Graham Banks » Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:04 pm

THE JULY JOUST

Intel i5 Quad
ChessGUI
256mb hash each
3-4-5 piece tablebases
Ponder off
GBSelect2021.cgb book
40 moves in 25 minutes repeating (adapted for the CCRL)
2 cycles 52 rounds
All engines 64-bit where available


Final Standings

31.5 - RofChade 2.3 64-bit
31.0 - Booot 6.5 64-bit
29.5 - Xiphos 0.6 64-bit
29.0 - Berserk 4.4.0 64-bit
28.5 - Laser 1.7 64-bit
28.0 - Deep Shredder 13 64-bit
27.0 - Schooner 2.2 64-bit
26.5 - Andscacs 0.95 64-bit
25.0 - Wasp 4.50 64-bit
24.0 - Defenchess 2.2 64-bit
22.5 - Weiss 1.4 64-bit
21.5 - Halogen 10 64-bit
20.5 - Fizbo 2.0 64-bit
19.5 - Minic 3.08 64-bit


The complete tournament pgn (zipped) can be downloaded here:
http://kirill-kryukov.com/chess/discuss ... p?id=48745
gbanksnz at gmail.com

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Re: The July Joust

Post by Graham Banks » Sun Jul 25, 2021 10:05 pm

Congratulations to Ronald (RofChade author) for winning this event. :)

Thanks to all who took an interest, either through following updates here, or through watching the broadcast.
gbanksnz at gmail.com

Terje
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Re: The July Joust

Post by Terje » Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:07 am

Thanks for the entertainment, Weiss started out great but reality caught up I guess :D Looking forward to next time :)

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Re: The July Joust

Post by jhonnold » Mon Jul 26, 2021 11:25 am

Thanks, as always, for a fun and entertaining tournament Graham! :D

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