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Friday, November 15, 2019

Ethereal 11.75 vs. Top Chess Engines


 Rank  Chess Engine   ELO     Games  Score%  Draw% Author
 1   Komodo 11.2.2 x64  4084   100   99.00 0.00 Dailey, Kaufman, Lefler
 2   Fire 7.1 x64  4084   100   99.00 0.00 Norman Schmidt
 3   Shredder 13 x64  4012   100   98.50 1.00 Stefan Meyer-Kahlen
 4   Houdini 6.02 x64  4012   100   98.50 3.00 Robert Houdart
 5   Xiphos 0.6 x64  3920   100   97.50 3.00 Milos Tatarevic
 6   Rofchade 2.2 x64  3920   100   97.50 1.00 Ronald Friedrich
 7   Equinox 3.30 x64  3888   100   97.00 0.00 Colli, Rocchi
 8   Schooner 2.1 x64  3835   100   96.00 0.00 Dennis Sceviour
 9   Laser 1.7 x64  3814   100   95.50 1.00 Jeffrey An, Michael An
 10   Defen 2.2 x64  3794   100   95.00 0.00 Can Catin, Dogac Eidenk
 11   Nemorino 5.00 x64  3794   100   95.00 0.00 Christian Gunther
 12   Andscacs 0.95 x64  3777   100   94.50 1.00 Daniel Jose Queralto
 13   Rubi 1.6 x64  3732   100   93.00 0.00 Andreas Matthias
 14   Demolito 2019-11-03 x64  3732   100   93.00 0.00 Lucas Braesch
 15   Hannibal 1.7 x64  3732   100   93.00 0.00 Sam Hamilton, Edsel Apostol
 16   Nirvana 2.4 x64  3684   100   91.00 0.00 Thomas Kolarik
 17   Senpai 2.0 x64  3663   100   90.00 0.00 Fabien Letouzey
 18   Texel 1.07 x64  3627   100   88.00 0.00 Peter Osterlund
 19   ICE 4.0.853 x64  3604   100   86.50 1.00 Thomas Petzke
 20   Arasan 21.4 x64  3516   100   79.50 1.00 Jon Dart
 21   Vajolet 2.2.8.0 x64  3500   100   78.00 0.00 Marco Belli
 22   Ethereal 11.75 x64  3278   2200   6.59 0.60 Andrew Grant


Download the tournament gauntlet PGN games here.

4 comments:

  1. Fire is 800 elo stronger than Ethereal. Is it a joke ???

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  2. When I looked the Pgn files ı saw that Ethereal lost most of the games due to system error.

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  3. This is not intended for rating list publication but to support my complaint with the Ethereal author that Ethereal 11.75 has a problem when a poster in talkchess.com has requested a link.

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  4. As acknowledged here, there is no problem with Ethereal, but with the testing conventions used by chess owl. http://talkchess.com/forum3/viewtopic.php?p=819209#p819209

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