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What engine will win?

Post by grigchess » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:27 am

I wonder what engines will win: Strong engines Stockfich, Sugar, Komodo, Lc0, CFish, Houdini, etc if they play on a weak hardaware, lets say with 4-8 cores or engines like Pedone, Arasan, Vajolet, Nemorino, Hannibal, etc if they play on a powerful harware like in TCEC
And why?

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by KhalidOmar » Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:44 pm

I don't know all these engines but I believe the strong ones will still win if they play on 4-8 cores because it is not always about speed!
For information about Eman engine, check http://eman.zohosites.com

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by TasicV » Wed Sep 18, 2019 5:53 pm

AllieStein, first Development Versions of Lella Chess Zero! Very good engine, and lider on TCEC 1 Division tournament.
Stoofvlees, also good engine, have some very good games on TCEC.
New engines with very good future!
I like this, because LC0 and Stockfish are not alone in strong chess!
What you say on this?

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by Kater Carlo » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:06 pm

CCRL 40/4 Rating List
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404/
Allie 0.5 ELO 3572
Stoofvlees II ELO 3530
to compare:
Stockfish 2019-10-09 64-bit 8CPU ELO 3647
Lc0 0.22.0 w49921 RTX2080 ELO 3598

Stoofvlees private engine
Allie 0.5 free engine
Like Leela, Allie is based of the same concepts and algorithms that were introduced by Deepmind in the AlphaZero paper(s), but her code is original and contains an alternative implementation of those ideas. You can think of Allie as a young cousin of Leela that utilizes the same networks produced by the Lc0 project.
https://github.com/manyoso/allie

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by Kater Carlo » Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:35 pm

Stoofvlees is the NN rebirth of Deep Sjeng. In 2019, an updated version dubbed StoofVlees II was announced to play chess at CEGT, with neural networks instantiated on Nvidia GPUs by Gian-Carlo Pascutto.The evaluation function consists of a set of feature recognizers coupled to a neural network, which was trained with an oracle, that is the evaluation was entirely automatically learned from "watching" Grandmaster games. In spring 2019 it has a similar playing strength as Komodo 12. These informations are from wikis available on the net. It is an experimental private engine not available to the public. :geek:

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by Kevin » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:11 pm

And what about FatFritz, supposed to have a more active style.

But the top 6 that played in the TCEC Premiership would win in a match against others I think.

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Re: What engine will win?

Post by Kater Carlo » Fri Nov 08, 2019 3:07 pm

FatFritz is a slightly modified LC0. You can expect a playing strength similar to LC0 :roll:

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