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Monday, November 11, 2013

Stockfish 131109 x64 - Gauntlet Matches, 100 Rounds

Stockfish 131109 x64 is a developmental UCI chess engine by +Marco Costalba, +Joona Kiiski, +Tord Romstad  released last November 9, 2013.

Stockfish scored a high 69.39% with 1318.5 935 wins, 198 losses and 767 draws against the 19 strongest chess engines on the planet. It obtained an ELO rating of 3219 and solidified its new position as the NUMBER ONE strongest chess engine. Stockfish gained 26 ELO from the previous version and 33 ELO points ahead of the former number 1 Houdini 3 Pro.


Here is the gauntlet result:

Rank Engine ELO Raw Games Score% Points Win Loss Draw Chg TF% Ply
1 Stockfish 131109 x64 3219 118 1900 69.39 1318.5 935 198 767 3219 1.58 65
2 Komodo 6 x64 3143 54 100 39.00 39.0 13 35 52 1 2.00 48
3 Houdini 3 Pro x64 3186 51 100 39.50 39.5 21 42 37 0 1.00 88
4 Bouquet 1.8 x64 3085 20 100 33.50 33.5 9 42 49 1 0.00 0
5 Gull 2.3 x64 3109 18 100 34.50 34.5 15 46 39 1 4.00 82
6 Igorrit 0.086v9 x64 3067 12 100 32.00 32.0 7 43 50 1 2.00 31
7 Critter 1.6a x64 3106 10 100 33.00 33.0 14 48 38 0 3.00 42
8 Strelka 5.7 x64 3110 7 100 32.50 32.5 13 48 39 -1 2.00 17
9 RobboLito 0.21Q x64 3065 5 100 31.50 31.5 9 46 45 0 2.00 66
10 Ivanhoe 46h x64 3053 0 100 31.00 31.0 9 47 44 0 0.00 0
11 Fire 2.2 xTreme x64 3070 0 100 32.50 32.5 15 50 35 1 3.00 114
12 PanChess 00.537 x64 3068 -5 100 30.50 30.5 10 49 41 0 2.00 91
13 ComStock 3 x64 3085 -7 100 29.50 29.5 6 47 47 1 0.00 0
14 Tactico Power 2011 x64 3046 -10 100 29.50 29.5 8 49 43 1 0.00 0
15 Firenzina 2.3.1 xTreme x64 3072 -17 100 29.00 29.0 10 52 38 0 1.00 9
16 Robodini 1.1 x64 3107 -24 100 28.50 28.5 12 55 33 0 4.00 102
17 Mars 1 x64 3078 -29 100 27.50 27.5 8 53 39 -1 1.00 90
18 RyanFish 1 x64 3084 -53 100 24.00 24.0 6 58 36 0 2.00 100
19 Rybka 4.1 x64 3038 -64 100 23.50 23.5 8 61 31 -1 0.00 0
20 LEOpard 0.7c x64 3044 -87 100 20.50 20.5 5 64 31 -1 3.00 41
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Download the computer chess engines tournament games here.

Note:  TF% = Time forfeit percentage
         Ply = Average moves of games lost by time forfeit

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