The Week in Chess

Monday, June 24, 2019

Eman 3.72 vs. Stockfish and Clones

This is the second test of Eman with release dated 05/22/2019. The first time was a month earlier and was dropped in the subsequent rating list release as it uncertain if the author could provide consistent releases.
Like the previous test, Eman placed last but it has good description of its capabilites here. The description seems to match my observation that the more features are added for the SF clones, it becomes weaker.

 Rank  Chess Engine   ELO     Games  Score%  Win%  Draw% Author
 1   Asm Fish 2019-05-18 x64  3605   200   67.50 42.00 51.00 M. Li, L. Antonov. J. Dehorty
 2   CFish 190621 x64  3595   200   66.25 40.50 51.50 Ronald De Man
 3   Brain Fish 190616 x64  3556   200   61.00 30.50 61.00 Thomas Zipproth
 4   Shash 8.0 x64  3556   200   61.00 31.00 60.00 Andrea Manzo
 5   McCain X4 x64  3552   200   60.50 31.00 59.00 Michael Byrne
 6   Stockfish 10 x64  3550   200   60.25 32.00 56.50 Romstad, Costalba, Kiiski, Linscott
 7   Stockfish 19053114 x64  3545   200   59.50 32.00 55.00 Romstad, Costalba, Kiiski, Linscott
 8   Raubfisch X40c x64  3539   200   58.75 30.00 57.50 Frank Karl Warner
 9   SF Polyglot 190621 x64  3539   200   58.75 30.50 56.50 Massimiliano Goi
 10   Shark 190531 x64  3535   200   58.25 29.50 57.50 Krahs
 11   Cor Chess 3.1 x64  3527   200   57.00 32.00 50.00 Ivan Ivec
 12   Sugar NN 1.0 x64  3507   200   54.25 29.50 49.50 Marco Zerbinati
 13   Eman 3.72 x64  3477   2400   39.75 12.04 55.40 Khalid Omar

Download the gauntlet PGN games here.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Chessdom News