I decided to try once again to test it for regression and to see if it is suitable for the rating list production with 100 round gauntlet matches.
Stockfish 14011818 was the target opponent which was the same as the previous one. The time control chosen was 20 seconds base + 300 milliseconds increment for quick result and to observe whether this time control is good for testing chess engines strength.
As the result showed below, the latest release Stockfish 14012918 won the match with 56-44, a 12 point lead where the previous release won only with 2 points margin. The match is too short and too fast which that is why the result should not be taken seriously, but for purposes of quick assessment, it should be sufficient. I will have to do some more longer tests to decide if it will be time to let it face the gauntlet.
Stockfish_14012918_x64 vs. Stockfish_14011818_x64 - Match 100R 20S+300ms
|1||Stockfish_14012918_x64||56.0/100||· ·· ·· ··||23-11-66||2464.00|
|2||Stockfish_14011818_x64||44.0/100||11-23-66||· ·· ·· ··||2464.00|
100 games played / Tournament finished
Tournament start: 2014.01.30, 16:22:32
Latest update: 2014.01.30, 19:10:28
Level: Blitz 0:20/0.3
Hardware: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 945 Processor with 4 GB Memory
Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 7601) 64 bit
Table created with: Arena 3.5
Download the match games in PGN here.