Firenzina 2.4.1 lost to its older sibling Firenzina 2.4 by 7 points in the 100 round match at 1 minute + 1 second time control. Therefore, it will not undergo the full gauntlet matches against the top strongest engines.
The chess engine version used in the match was a personal compilation because the only version supplied by the author will not work in my dinosauric computers made at Jurassic Park. The released 64-bit version was designed for modern computers with popcnt support, SSE4 and compiled with Intel C++ Compiler. There is no 32-bit version and the attempt to compile one failed because the source contained a function that was undefined. Also, the first 64-bit compile failed due to error which was caused by the badly coded InitCFG function which was remedied by commenting out the #DEFINE InitCFG code. Perhaps, many chess engine testers are alienated by the incomplete package and its requirement for modern computers.
Here is the result of the test:
Firenzina 2.4.1 xTreme x64 vs. Firenzina 2.4 xTreme x64 - Match 100R 1M1S
|1||Firenzina 2.4 xTreme x64||53.5/100||· ·· ·· ·||16-9-75||2487.75|
|2||Firenzina 2.4.1 xTreme x64||46.5/100||9-16-75||· ·· ·· ·||2487.75|
100 games played / Tournament finished
Tournament start: 2014.01.28, 23:23:55
Latest update: 2014.01.29, 17:16:48
Level: Blitz 1/1
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.
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