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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Frenzee 3.5.19, Winner - Class A 1-3 Tournament, Category 6

The Class A 1-3 tournament produced winners like Frenzee 3.5.19, Daydreamer 1.59 and Deuterium 12.01.30. Its purpose is to increase the volume of games to stabilize the ELO rating ranking. The tournament was subdivided into 3 subsets with 10 participants each playing 100 rounds and the results are aggregated.

Here is the combined table:


Rank Engine ELO Games Score% Points Win Loss Draw
1 Frenzee 3.5.19 221 100 81.50% 81.5 73 10 17
2 Daydreamer 1.75 76 100 61.50% 61.5 50 27 23
3 Deuterium 12.01.30 73 100 61.00% 61.0 49 27 24
4 Fruitfly 1.1.1 62 100 59.00% 59.0 47 29 24
5 Bobcat 3.25 54 100 58.50% 58.5 43 26 31
6 ProDeo 1.83c 45 100 56.50% 56.5 41 28 31
7 Godel 2.3.7 43 100 58.00% 58.0 46 30 24
8 Delfi 5.4 36 100 55.00% 55.0 38 28 34
9 Rodin 5.1 26 100 55.00% 55.0 40 30 30
10 Ufim 8.02 24 100 55.00% 55.0 43 33 24
11 Rotor 0.7a 7 100 50.50% 50.5 40 39 21
12 Rebel Century 3 100 50.00% 50.0 37 37 26
13 Movei 00.8.438 2 100 50.00% 50.0 38 38 24
14 Aristarch 4.50 1 100 50.00% 50.0 38 38 24
15 EXchess 6.71b 1 100 49.50% 49.5 35 36 29
16 Hamsters 0.7.1 -1 100 51.00% 51.0 32 30 38
17 Amyan 1.72 -4 100 49.00% 49.0 38 40 22
18 Ruffian 1.0.5 -7 100 48.00% 48.0 37 41 22
19 E.T. Chess 13.01.08 -13 100 47.50% 47.5 27 32 41
20 Pseudo 0.7c -13 100 47.00% 47.0 31 37 32
21 Colossus 2008b -14 100 47.00% 47.0 34 40 26
22 The Baron 2.3 -14 100 49.50% 49.5 40 41 19
23 Pharaon 3.5.1 -19 100 46.00% 46.0 31 39 30
24 Alaric 707 -24 100 45.50% 45.5 37 46 17
25 AnMon 5.75 -33 100 47.00% 47.0 37 43 20
26 Cheng3 1.07 -36 100 44.00% 44.0 30 42 28
27 Rainbow Serpent 2.3.2 -38 100 44.00% 44.0 37 49 14
28 Francesca MAD 0.19 -47 100 42.00% 42.0 26 42 32
29 Garbochess 3.0 -64 100 41.50% 41.5 32 49 19
30 SOS 5.1 -73 100 38.50% 38.5 26 49 25
31 N2 0.4 -78 100 39.00% 39.0 23 45 32
32 Doublecheck 3.1 -87 100 38.00% 38.0 26 50 24
33 NanoSzachy 4.0 -110 100 34.50% 34.5 23 54 23
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