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Monday, August 31, 2015

Jurek Chess Engines Championship - start 01.09.2015.The participants

Jurek Chess Engines Championship
 2015


1.Participants: 32 best engines rankings JCER (as at 1-09-2015) 

2. Temp:  - 60' + 15" 
3. System: cup
4. Start: 01-09-2015 
5. End" 11-11-2015 (Polish National Day)



Participants:
  1. Stockfish 15070415 x64 - 3261
  2. SugaR 5.4a x64 - 3252
  3. Komodo 9.2 x64 - 3203
  4. Houdini 4 x64 - 3127
  5. Gull 3 x64 - 3087
  6. Fire 4 x64 - 3053
  7. Strelka 6 x32 - 3045
  8. Mars 3.38 x64 - 3042
  9. Critter 1.6a x64 - 3018
  10. Equinox 3.30 x64 - 3017
  11. Bouquet 1.7 x64 - 3003
  12. IvanHoe 46b x64 - 2997
  13. PanChess 00.611 x64 - 2995
  14. RobboLito 0.21Q x64 - 2987
  15. ComStock 3 x64 - 2983
  16. Deep Rybka 4.1 x64 - 2975
  17. Elektro 2.0 x64 - 2941
  18. DeepSaros eXp 6h x64 - 2940
  19. BlackMamba 2.0 x64 - 2928
  20. Texel 1.05 x64 - 2897
  21. Deep Hiarcs WCSC 2011 - 2892
  22. Chiron 2 x64 - 2880
  23. Hannibal 1.5 x64 - 2877
  24. Protector 1.6.0 x64 - 2867
  25. Deep Fritz 14 - 2867
  26. Naum 4.6 x64 - 2867
  27. Andscacs 0.82 - 2850
  28. Senpai 1.0 x64 - 2842
  29. Nirvanachess 2.1c x64 - 2838
  30. Deep Shredder 12 x64 - 2799
  31. Deep Junior Yokohama x64 - 2787
  32. Spark 1.0 x64 - 2783


4 comments:

  1. I'm running about the same tournament, using long time controls, but I started with about 100 engines rated 2700+ elo. My top 32 are about the same as yours, except I have Beluga doing very well in the "Final 6" (Stockfish, Komodo, Fire, Sugar, Heron Impossible, and Beluga). Beluga was the winner of a pre-tournament between it and: SF Marco, SF Mainz, Salt, Pepper, Shark and Orka.
    Anyhow I think you should add it to the mix!

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    1. Thank you for the information. We are happy to results of your tournament we will post on our blog

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    2. The tournament continued at 90m + 15sec time controls, and the top 4 were Stockfish Sep 7, Komodo 9, Beluga Jan 26, and Heron Impossible May 11, 2014. In the finals, it was SF vs Kom at same time controls. They tied at 1-1-4 each. So I play at 120'30" time controls for 2 games. SF won, 1.5-.5. I realize that more games would be better, but my resources are more limited.
      Thanks for the reply!

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    3. Thank you, John. I wish you perseverance :)

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