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Sunday, November 23, 2014

One-On-One - Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 vs. Orka 14112306 - 100R 1M1S

This is a One-on-One test match for Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 against its clone Orka 141123. Two tournaments in 2 separate computers were arranged with 100 round-robin and time control of 1 minute base + 1 second increment. Both matches were won by Orka 141123 with a total score of 106.5-93.5.

Here are the results:

Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 x64 vs. Orka 141123 x64 - 100R 1M1S
RankEngineScoreOrStS-B
1Orka 141123 x64 54.5/100· ·· ·· ··20-11-69 2479.75 
2Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 x6445.5/10011-20-69· ·· ·· ·· 2479.75 




Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 x64 vs. Orka 141123 x64 - 100R 1M1S2
RankEngineScoreOrStS-B
1Orka 141123 x64 52.0/100· ·· ·· ·12-8-80 2448.00 
2Stockfish Syzygy 14112306 x6448.0/1008-12-80· ·· ·· · 2448.00 


Level: Blitz 1/1
Hardware: AMD Phenom(tm) IIX4 945 Processor with 4.0 GB Memory
Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate Professional Service Pack 1 (Build 7601) 64 bit
Table created with: Arena 3.5
Download the match PGN games here.

8 comments:

  1. Hi, Iwatch your site evry day, I think its one of the best, and you are doing a great job testing them every day, I'm your big fan too, why not run the match between Orka and Fried Shark, :)

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  2. The rule of thumb is: Fried shark is marginally better when Syzygy tablebase is disabled in a computer and Orka should be the best when there is one.

    It is like a game of toss coin when run in my testing environment with no Syzygy tablebases installed.

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  3. Ork this version is really strong, I congratulate you on your great work.

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    1. a question, before also including current source, because you do not now?

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    2. Yes, I don't know anything as Lucas Braesch says. I will never publish my experiments with the code to avoid being insulted again.

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  4. Sorry, but on my i7 5960X with 64 GB RAM, Orko got SOUNDLY thrashed by SF MZ 1911 version, in a LTC game ! ( Something wrong with the SF MZ 2111 version, as Amos4ever himself admits).
    That too, when SF MZ 1911 was using Black !!!
    So, maybe ur Blitz results are valid only for AMD, but not for games played on high-end hardware, no offence.
    SF MZ, upto 19-11 is still the best among all, in my Tests.
    Regards

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    1. If you are using the bmi2 version, it may not be strong because it is not pgo compiled for reason that my jurassic computer does not support it.

      Whatever anybody gets with their tests, that's it. I have nothing to prove but just share my personal tests.

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    2. Fine, I respect that.
      Regards
      Anil

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