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Thursday, October 16, 2014

SmarThink 1.70 vs. Top Chess Engines Selection - 100 Rounds, 1M+1S

SmarThink 1.70 was also on the edge of the Top Engines Selection circle in the last post, so it is proper to determine if it belonged to that group.

SmarThink breached the wall of the top circle where it defeated 4 opponents and held on against the strongest.  It managed to sneak in and is now in number 19 in the Top Engines Selection with a rating of 2758.84.

For some reasons, the removal of the duplicate versions of the strong chess engines paved the way for the successful assault of SmarThink.



Rank Engine True ELO Raw ELO Change Games Score% Points Win Loss Draw
1 Stockfish 14100223 x64 3165.56 305.25 7.37 100 92.50 92.5 85 0 15
2 Komodo 8 x64 3137.82 281.41 6.88 100 91.50 91.5 85 2 13
3 Houdini 4 Pro x64 3132.57 240.51 6.89 100 89.50 89.5 81 2 17
4 Gull 3 x64 3058.95 231.37 5.03 100 89.00 89.0 80 2 18
5 Rybka 4.1 x64 2968.66 130.71 6.16 100 82.00 82.0 70 6 24
6 Equinox 3.20 x64 3038.92 124.84 6.84 100 81.50 81.5 70 7 23
7 Deep HIARCS 14 2838.29 62.21 8.93 100 75.50 75.5 57 6 37
8 Chiron 2.0 x64 2840.22 48.28 10.48 100 74.00 74.0 61 13 26
9 Protector 1.7.0 x64 2871.40 9.31 7.44 100 69.50 69.5 54 15 31
10 Ice 2.0.2240 x64 2787.82 -45.50 1.93 100 62.50 62.5 50 25 25
11 Sjeng 2010 2764.36 -49.23 4.02 100 62.00 62.0 48 24 28
12 Naum 4.6 x64 2904.09 -52.94 4.79 100 61.50 61.5 44 21 35
13 Spike 1.4 2823.97 -52.94 5.66 100 61.50 61.5 41 18 41
14 Senpai 1.0 x64 2799.24 -74.85 5.78 100 58.50 58.5 45 28 27
15 Gaviota 1.0 x64 2756.30 -103.39 7.73 100 54.50 54.5 43 34 23
16 Hannibal 1.4b x64 2847.27 -135.02 1.99 100 50.00 50.0 33 33 34
17 SmarThink 1.70 2758.84 -135.02 -14.56 2000 33.95 679.0 404 1046 550
18 Shredder 12 x64 2800.00 -163.12 0.00 100 46.00 46.0 28 36 36
19 Disco Check 5.2.1 x64 2750.32 -202.43 4.07 100 40.50 40.5 26 45 29
20 Texel 1.04 x64 2787.93 -206.07 -4.73 100 40.00 40.0 25 45 30
21 Spark 1.0 x64 2782.96 -213.41 -4.55 100 39.00 39.0 20 42 38

Download the gauntlet matches PGN games here.

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