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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:53 pm    Post subject: SSDF Rating List 2015-03-26 Reply with quote

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2015-03-26   %135857 games played by  344 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3284   40   -35   526   80%  3046
   2 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3255   28   -26   792   71%  3098
   3 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3211   24   -23   998   71%  3057
   4 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3208   24   -23  1048   73%  3038
   5 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3196   23   -22  1050   68%  3062
   6 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3193   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
   7 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3146   21   -21  1083   61%  3070
   8 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3119   21   -20  1276   66%  3002
   9 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3117   30   -30   530   55%  3079
  10 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3114   22   -22   968   55%  3079
  11 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3107   42   -38   360   71%  2948
  12 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3103   19   -19  1389   61%  3023
  13 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3103   18   -18  1507   62%  3015
  14 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3100   24   -24   826   55%  3066
  15 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3100   27   -26   712   62%  3018
  16 Hiarcs 13.1  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          3099   24   -24   828   58%  3043
  17 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3091   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  18 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3073   39   -37   332   58%  3016
  19 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3070   22   -21  1058   60%  2995
  20 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3059   18   -18  1504   62%  2974
  21 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3054   25   -24   816   59%  2988
  22 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3039   26   -25   732   58%  2985
  23 Deep Hiarcs 12  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3016   18   -18  1427   54%  2991
  24 Deep Shredder 11 x64 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz 3012   21   -21  1048   52%  2999
  25 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3004   27   -27   644   47%  3028
  26 Arasan 16.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3000   33   -34   446   38%  3085
  27 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2994   20   -20  1205   55%  2961
  28 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           2989   26   -26   708   45%  3020
  29 Hiarcs 11.2 MP  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz     2988   20   -20  1125   47%  3006
  30 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2978   55   -51   180   63%  2884
  31 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2975   27   -28   632   41%  3039
  32 Deep Junior 10.1  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz   2966   23   -23   886   46%  2994
  33 Jonny 4.0 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          2899   28   -30   680   29%  3051
  34 Deep Fritz 8 2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz        2896   22   -23  1009   36%  2998
  35 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2860   26   -27   792   30%  3006
  36 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2809   59   -54   160   63%  2715
  37 Pro Deo 1.82 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2793   33   -34   426   43%  2841
  38 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2775   57   -52   177   66%  2664
  39 Pro Deo 1.86 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2767   37   -40   359   32%  2893
  40 Pocket Fritz 4 Hiarcs 13 Ipaq 214       2756   57   -54   160   59%  2690
  41 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2705   60   -58   140   56%  2666
  42 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5               2657   69   -68   103   51%  2652
  43 Hiarcs Palm Chess 12.1 T5               2650   58   -59   140   48%  2664
  44 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2628   47   -44   240   62%  2545
  45 Pocket Fritz 2 XScale 400 MHz           2514   38   -38   323   49%  2518
  46 Pocket Fritz 4 Crafty 23 Ipaq 214       2508   62   -66   120   41%  2566
  47 Resurrection Rybka 2.2 StrongARM 203 MH 2484   43   -42   260   51%  2478
  48 R30 v. 2.5                              2272   42   -38   343   69%  2134
  49 Chess Genius 3 Iphone 4 ARM A8 800MHz   2258   82   -69   100   69%  2120
  50 Palm Tiger 2009 Tung C  400 MHz         2233   48   -51   200   41%  2301

 42 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5, 2657                                 
PF4 Naum 4.2       5-15    Revelat Hia13      8-12    Shre532 A1200    0,5-2,5
HiarcPalm12.1   11,5-8,5   PocketFritz2    15,5-4,5   PF4 Craft 23    12,5-7,5

 46 Pocket Fritz 4 Crafty 23 Ipaq 214, 2508                                 
Revelat Hia13      1-19    Pock Fritz 3H    5,5-14,5  HiarcPalm13.1    7,5-12,5
PocketFritz2      10-10    PF3 Glaurung2      9-11    PTiger09 Tung   16,5-3,5

For this ratinglist we can present two manually tested programs. First out is
Mark Uniacke's - Hiarcs Palm Chess Pro 13.1, which we have tested on the same
hardware as the 12.1-version, namely a Palm Tungsten T5. This handheld uses an
Intel XScale PXA270 processor at 416 MHz. After 103 games we have reached a
rating of 2657, about seven points higher than the 12.1 version.

Our other new entrant is Robert Hyatt's Pocket Fritz 4 Crafty 23, which we
have tested on our HP Ipaq 214 handheld. The rating after 120 played games is
2508. This Windows Mobile 6.0 handheld is powered by an Intel XScale PXA310
processor at 624 MHz. As Crafty 23 was released without an own book in the
Pocket Fritz 4-GUI, we have used Sedat Canbaz's opening book Perfect15.ctg.
This book was freely available at the time we started the testing in 2013, and
can be found on Rybka's homepage nowadays.

The programs tested on the Ipaq 214 and the Tungsten T5 probably marks the end
of any new testing on these handhelds, as even though it would have been very
interesting to see how any of the newest program would fare and compare on this
older and thoroughly tested hardware, no newer program has or seem to be
released for any of these platforms.
We will though continually use the tested programs as sparringpartners for any
newer testobject when it's appropriate, so the number of games for them will
most probably increase in the future.

Our next manual focus will be to have enough games with Ruud Martin's and
DGT's new Revelation II with Mark Uniacke's Hiarcs 14.1 program, and for our
dedicated oldie - Mephisto Nigel Short; which we never got to test back in the
golden age of dedicated chess computers.

For our Q6600-level we will shortly start testing the latest Stockfish version
and hopefully some other newer program.
 
The biggest gains from the last list was Pro Deo 1.86 A1200 with +18 points.
It still trails the former version (1.82), but the margin between them is
smaller now. Arasan 17.2 has lost the most, -22 points from the last list.

Next list will be out sometime in summer, exact time will be decided upon how
the testing goes and if any newer program is to be released and/or tested.

Lars Sandin 

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2015 6:05 am    Post subject: THE SSDF RATING LIST 2015-08-13 Reply with quote

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2015-08-13   %136539 games played by  345 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3334   37   -33   536   77%  3127
   2 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3279   36   -33   566   77%  3065
   3 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3248   26   -25   832   69%  3109
   4 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3206   24   -22  1088   71%  3048
   5 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3205   23   -22  1046   69%  3069
   6 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3195   22   -22  1090   67%  3071
   7 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3193   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
   8 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3146   21   -21  1083   61%  3070
   9 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3118   21   -20  1276   66%  3001
  10 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3118   29   -29   570   53%  3096
  11 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3116   22   -21  1008   54%  3088
  12 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3105   42   -38   360   71%  2946
  13 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3103   19   -18  1429   60%  3031
  14 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3103   18   -18  1507   62%  3014
  15 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3100   27   -26   712   62%  3017
  16 Hiarcs 13.1  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          3099   24   -24   828   58%  3042
  17 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3099   24   -24   826   55%  3065
  18 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3090   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  19 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3072   39   -37   332   58%  3016
  20 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3071   21   -21  1098   59%  3007
  21 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3058   18   -18  1504   62%  2974
  22 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3056   24   -23   858   57%  3004
  23 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3040   25   -24   778   55%  3005
  24 Deep Hiarcs 12  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3016   18   -18  1467   52%  3000
  25 Deep Shredder 11 x64 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz 3012   21   -21  1048   52%  2999
  26 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3006   27   -27   644   47%  3027
  27 Arasan 16.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2996   32   -34   486   35%  3105
  28 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2993   20   -20  1205   55%  2961
  29 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           2988   26   -26   708   45%  3019
  30 Hiarcs 11.2 MP  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz     2988   20   -20  1125   47%  3005
  31 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2977   55   -51   180   63%  2884
  32 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2975   27   -28   632   41%  3037
  33 Deep Junior 10.1  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz   2966   23   -23   886   46%  2993
  34 Jonny 4.0 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          2897   28   -30   680   29%  3051
  35 Deep Fritz 8 2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz        2896   22   -23  1009   36%  2997
  36 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2859   26   -27   792   30%  3006
  37 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2798   57   -53   170   63%  2702
  38 Pro Deo 1.82 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2793   33   -34   426   43%  2841
  39 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2775   57   -52   177   66%  2662
  40 Pro Deo 1.86 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2770   32   -33   480   36%  2869
  41 Pocket Fritz 4 Hiarcs 13 Ipaq 214       2756   57   -54   160   59%  2690
  42 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2706   60   -58   140   56%  2666
  43 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5               2656   64   -63   118   52%  2643
  44 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2628   47   -44   240   62%  2546
  45 Pocket Fritz 2 XScale 400 MHz           2517   37   -38   333   49%  2526
  46 Pocket Fritz 3 Glaurung 2.1 Ipaq 614C   2516   53   -58   168   36%  2613
  47 Resurrection Rybka 2.2 StrongARM 203 MH 2484   43   -42   260   51%  2478
  48 R30 v. 2.5                              2272   42   -38   343   69%  2135
  49 Chess Genius 3 Iphone 4 ARM A8 800MHz   2259   82   -69   100   69%  2121
  50 Palm Tiger 2009 Tung C  400 MHz         2236   48   -51   200   41%  2302

 1 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz, 3334                                 
Komo7.0 Q6600   21,5-18,5  Komo5.1 Q6600   28,5-11,5  DRybka4 Q6600   26,5-13,5
Stockf3 Q6600     35-13    DHiar14 Q6600     28-12    DjunYok Q6600   29,5-10,5
DJun133 Q6600   28,5-11,5  Spike14 Q6600     31-9     DJuni12 Q6600   32,5-7,5
Zap!Mx2 Q6600   33,5-8,5   Naum3.1 Q6600     40-6     DHiar12 Q6600   37,5-2,5
Arasa16 Q6600   38,5-1,5   

In this summer-ratinglist we can present a new leader on our ratinglist. It is
Stockfish 6, the program of Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski and Tord Romstad.
After 536 played games it has reached a very impressive rating of 3334! The
difference in strength from our previously tested Stockfish 3 is +129 points!
The Stockfish opening book which we have used for the testing is the book by
Fauzi Dabat and is called "Aggressive 1.3 by Fauzi.abk". A very strong combined
perfomance by the team of Stockfish and openingbook maker Fauzi Dabat!

For our next list our main goal will be to have enough games with our ongoing
test of the latest Komodo-version and the Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1.
Our aim is to publish that list as soon as these two criterias are met, probably
in about 2 months time from now.

Lars Sandin

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Thanks Lars!

39 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz 2775

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2016-02-10   %137403 games played by  349 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Komodo 9.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3361   30   -27   947   82%  3102
   2 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3328   32   -29   696   77%  3123
   3 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3269   33   -30   610   74%  3088
   4 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3241   24   -23   916   65%  3132
   5 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3206   22   -21  1130   66%  3090
   6 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3204   22   -21  1168   70%  3058
   7 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3194   22   -21  1138   66%  3080
   8 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3192   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
   9 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3145   21   -21  1083   61%  3069
  10 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3126   27   -27   650   49%  3126
  11 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3118   21   -20  1276   66%  3001
  12 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3116   21   -21  1048   52%  3098
  13 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3105   34   -33   440   62%  3019
  14 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3103   18   -18  1469   59%  3040
  15 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3102   18   -18  1507   62%  3015
  16 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3101   26   -25   752   59%  3035
  17 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3098   24   -24   826   55%  3064
  18 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3090   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  19 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3072   39   -37   332   58%  3017
  20 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3071   20   -20  1178   57%  3019
  21 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3058   18   -18  1504   62%  2974
  22 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3056   24   -23   858   57%  3004
  23 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3046   23   -23   858   53%  3022
  24 Crafty 25.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3025   52   -55   170   41%  3084
  25 Deep Hiarcs 12  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3016   18   -18  1467   52%  3001
  26 Deep Shredder 11 x64 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz 3013   21   -21  1088   50%  3012
  27 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           3000   24   -24   836   40%  3069
  28 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2999   26   -26   686   46%  3027
  29 Arasan 16.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2996   30   -31   526   38%  3080
  30 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2993   49   -45   240   67%  2873
  31 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2993   20   -20  1205   55%  2962
  32 Hiarcs 11.2 MP  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz     2987   20   -20  1125   47%  3007
  33 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2983   25   -27   760   35%  3090
  34 Deep Junior 10.1  2GB  Q6600  2,4 GHz   2966   23   -23   886   46%  2995
  35 Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1               2929   66   -60   128   62%  2847
  36 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2861   25   -27   812   30%  3005
  37 Pro Deo 1.82 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2792   33   -34   426   43%  2842
  38 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2788   52   -49   190   59%  2725
  39 Pro Deo 2.0 256 MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2787   47   -51   213   36%  2889
  40 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2773   57   -52   177   66%  2659
  41 Pro Deo 1.86 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2763   30   -32   520   36%  2862
  42 Pocket Fritz 4 Hiarcs 13 Ipaq 214       2755   57   -54   160   59%  2690
  43 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2706   60   -58   140   56%  2666
  44 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5               2652   58   -57   143   52%  2636
  45 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2629   47   -44   240   62%  2547
  46 Pocket Fritz 3 Glaurung 2.1 Ipaq 614C   2521   51   -56   180   37%  2616
  47 Resurrection Rybka 2.2 StrongARM 203 MH 2485   43   -42   260   51%  2478
  48 R30 v. 2.5                              2272   42   -38   343   69%  2135
  49 Chess Genius 3 Iphone 4 ARM A8 800MHz   2260   82   -69   100   69%  2121
  50 Palm Tiger 2009 Tung C  400 MHz         2237   48   -51   200   41%  2303

 1 Komodo 9.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz, 3361                                 
Stockf6 Q6600     21-19    Komo7.0 Q6600     30-14    Komo5.1 Q6600   61,5-22,5
Stockf3 Q6600   56,5-27,5  DRybka4 Q6600     32-8     DHiar14 Q6600     28-12
DjunYok Q6600     61-19    DJun133 Q6600     34-6     Hiarc14 A1200     33-7
Spike14 Q6600   34,5-5,5   Hia13.2 Q6600   33,5-6,5   DJuni12 Q6600     35-5
Naum3.1 Q6600     36-4     DShre11 Q6600     38-2     Naum 4  A1200     80-8
Shred12 A1200   84,5-3,5   Juni101 A1200   44,5-3,5   CT 2007 A1200     31-0

 24 Crafty 25.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz, 3025                                 
DRybka4 Q6600    7,5-32,5  DHiar14 Q6600    2,5-5,5   DJuni12 Q6600     17-23
Naum3.1 Q6600     15-25    Arasa17 Q6600   28,5-13,5 

 35 Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1, 2929                                 
Fritz13 A1200      6-14    DFritz8 Q6600    9,5-10,5  Shr8 MP Q6600      4-4
King3.5 Q6600   10,5-9,5   Zap!Zan A1200   15,5-4,5   PF4 Naum 4.2      16-4
P Shredder      17,5-2,5   

 39 Pro Deo 2.0 256 MB Athlon 1200 MHz, 2787                                 
Arasa16 Q6600    9,5-30,5  Fritz13 A1200    7,5-32,5  Shr8 MP Q6600    9,5-30,5
DJunio8 Q6600     15-25    PDeo186 A1200   26,5-13,5  CT14.0 A1200       9-4

On our latest ratinglist we can present four new entrants. First out is
Komodo 9.1, the new leader on our list with a very strong rating of 3361
after 947 games! Komodo 9.1 is 92 points ahead of its former 7.0-version, a
mighty rating-increase by the team of Mark Lefler and Larry Kaufman.

We can also present the latest engine from Robert Hyatt - Crafty 25.0. It is
still early on in the testing, but after 170 games it has reached a respectable
rating of 3025. More games will be played though.

The third new entrant on the list is Pro Deo 2.0, also called Rebel 13.0 by
Ed Schroeder. We have tested Pro Deo 2.0 on our A1200-level and after the first
213 games its rating is 2787. This is 24 points ahead of the 1.86 version, but
it is still trailing the 1.82 version by 5 points. It will be interesting to
see which Pro Deo-version will come out on top when more games are played.       

Last, but not definately least, is the strongest dedicated chess computer we
have tested so far - the Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1. The combination of Mark
Uniacke's latest Hiarcs program with Ruud Martin/DGT's awesome chesscomputer,
the Revelation II, is a match made in heaven for dedicated chesscomputerfans.
Its rating of 2929 after 128 manually played games are an amazing 156 points
ahead of the former king - the Revelation I Hiarcs 13.3!

For our next list, we will present one more manually tested computer,
the Mephisto Nigel Short, which we never had the chance of testing back in
the golden age of dedicated chesscomputers. It is very soon over the
necessary 100 games and will be guaranteed for the next list. We are also
testing the Revelation I Deep Sjeng 3.0 and the newly released Millenium
ChessGenius, but with 67 and 30 games, it isn't entirely sure if we will
have enough games when the next list is out.

Lars Sandin

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2016-08-13   %138040 games played by  353 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Komodo 9.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3366   30   -27   987   82%  3099
   2 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3335   31   -28   776   77%  3120
   3 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3276   31   -29   694   74%  3090
   4 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3243   24   -23   956   66%  3128
   5 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3207   22   -21  1170   67%  3087
   6 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3202   22   -21  1193   69%  3061
   7 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3193   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
   8 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3191   21   -20  1210   65%  3081
   9 Chiron 3.01 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3166   56   -61   149   38%  3257
  10 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3145   21   -21  1083   61%  3070
  11 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3123   26   -26   690   50%  3121
  12 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3118   21   -20  1276   66%  3001
  13 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3117   21   -21  1088   53%  3096
  14 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3105   34   -33   440   62%  3021
  15 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3103   18   -18  1507   62%  3015
  16 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3103   18   -18  1509   59%  3040
  17 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3100   26   -25   752   59%  3035
  18 Hiarcs 13.1  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          3099   24   -24   828   58%  3042
  19 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3097   24   -24   826   55%  3064
  20 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3090   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  21 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3073   39   -37   332   58%  3018
  22 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3071   20   -20  1178   57%  3020
  23 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3059   18   -18  1504   62%  2974
  24 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3057   23   -23   900   57%  3005
  25 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3045   23   -23   858   53%  3023
  26 Crafty 25.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3022   26   -27   724   37%  3116
  27 Deep Hiarcs 12  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3017   18   -18  1507   52%  3001
  28 Deep Shredder 11 x64 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz 3013   21   -21  1088   50%  3012
  29 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2999   26   -26   686   46%  3026
  30 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           2998   24   -24   836   40%  3071
  31 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2993   20   -20  1205   55%  2962
  32 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2993   49   -45   240   67%  2873
  33 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2982   25   -27   760   35%  3092
  34 Fritz 12  256MB  A1200 MHz              2956   26   -25   780   64%  2856
  35 Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1               2941   59   -54   158   63%  2851
  36 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2858   25   -26   852   30%  3006
  37 Pro Deo 2.1 YAT 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz   2858   46   -44   240   60%  2786
  38 Pro Deo 2.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz       2802   36   -37   360   44%  2839
  39 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2787   50   -47   210   60%  2713
  40 Pro Deo 1.82 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2771   30   -31   529   41%  2838
  41 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2771   57   -52   177   66%  2660
  42 Pocket Fritz 4 Hiarcs 13 Ipaq 214       2755   54   -51   180   61%  2679
  43 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2706   60   -58   140   56%  2665
  44 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5               2650   58   -57   143   52%  2636
  45 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2629   47   -44   240   62%  2546
  46 Revelation Deep Sjeng 3.0               2599   68   -76   100   37%  2692
  47 Pocket Fritz 3 Glaurung 2.1 Ipaq 614C   2521   51   -56   180   37%  2616
  48 R30 v. 2.5                              2272   42   -38   343   69%  2135
  49 Chess Genius 3 Iphone 4 ARM A8 800MHz   2260   82   -69   100   69%  2122
  50 Mephisto Nigel Short 6502 5 MHz         1945   64   -60   128   58%  1890

 9 Chiron 3.01 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz, 3166                                 
Stockf6 Q6600    6,5-33,5  Komo7.0 Q6600   14,5-29,5  DRybka4 Q6600     13-12
DHiar14 Q6600     22-18   

 37 Pro Deo 2.1 YAT 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz, 2858                                 
Fritz12 A1200      6-34    PDeo20 A1200      26-14    PDeo182 A1200     30-10
PDeo186 A1200     29-11    CT14.0 A1200      27-13    Pro Deo A1200   26,5-13,5

 46 Revelation Deep Sjeng 3.0, 2599                                 
PF4 Naum 4.2     4,5-15,5  PF4 Hiarc 13       6-14    Pock Fritz 3H      8-12
P Shredder         8-12    PF4 Craft 23    10,5-9,5   

 50 Mephisto Nigel Short 6502 5 MHz, 1945                                 
Atlanta            4-16    Sapphire II     10,5-9,5   Mach IV 68020      3-5
Meph. Milano    10,5-9,5   Meph. Mega IV     17-3     Mephisto MM 4   14,5-5,5
Super Mondial   14,5-5,5   

The latest ratinglist features four new entrants. First out is Chiron 3.01,
a program designed by Ubaldo Andrea Farina. It's still early on in our
testing on the Q6600-level, but Chiron 3.01 has achieved a very respectable
rating of 3166 after the first 149 games! More games will of course follow.

The next new program is Ed Schroeder's - Pro Deo 2.1 YAT, which we have
tested on the A1200-level. Pro Deo 2.1 YAT is essentially a Pro Deo 2.0, but
with a huge opening book consisting of 150 million opening moves! We need
more games with both 2.0 and 2.1 YAT to be more confident about the
difference in rating, but for now the difference is 56 points between the
two versions and Pro Deo 2.1 YAT has reached a rating of 2858 after
240 games!

We can also present two new manually tested chess computers on the new list.
The first one is Revelation Deep Sjeng 3.0. It is Gian-Carlo Pascutto's
Deep Sjeng 3.0-program adapted for Ruud Martin's Revelation I machine.
It is the fourth program which we have tested on the Rev I/Res II-hardware,
and after 100 games its rating is 2599, which places it 30 points behind
the Revelation Rybka 2.2.

And we can now finally introduce the oldie Mephisto Nigel Short on our
list. It's a dedicated chess computer from 1993, which was sold by Mephisto
about the same time as Nigel Short and Garry Kasparov fought over the PCA
World Champion title in London. The Mephisto Nigel Short was programmed by
Ed Shroeder and it's an upgraded version of the Mephisto Milano. The rating
after the first 128 games is a rather impressive number of 1945! For the
moment it's rated 78 points higher than the Mephisto Milano! It has placed
itself 2 points above the Mephisto Polgar 10 MHz and the only 8-bit machine
which is rated higher than the Mephisto Nigel Short, is the Mephisto MM 4
Turbo-Kit, which bumped up the original 6502 5 MHz to 16 MHz. So far,
this makes the Mephisto Nigel Short the strongest non-overclocked 8-bit
chess computer we have ever tested for the ratinglist!

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2017-02-15   %140605 games played by  355 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Komodo 9.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3363   28   -25  1067   81%  3110
   2 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3334   29   -27   816   76%  3129
   3 Deep Shredder 13 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3297   32   -31   516   65%  3191
   4 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3276   30   -27   734   73%  3102
   5 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3244   24   -23   969   66%  3130
   6 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3205   21   -20  1210   65%  3094
   7 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3201   21   -20  1248   68%  3070
   8 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3193   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
   9 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3189   20   -20  1250   64%  3089
  10 Chiron 3.01 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3180   33   -34   416   49%  3186
  11 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3146   21   -21  1123   60%  3078
  12 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3123   25   -25   730   49%  3131
  13 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3118   21   -20  1276   66%  3001
  14 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3115   20   -20  1130   52%  3103
  15 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3106   34   -33   440   62%  3021
  16 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3103   18   -18  1507   62%  3015
  17 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3102   17   -17  1591   57%  3050
  18 Hiarcs 13.1  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          3101   24   -23   849   57%  3048
  19 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3098   25   -24   792   57%  3049
  20 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3097   24   -24   826   55%  3064
  21 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3090   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  22 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3074   39   -37   332   58%  3018
  23 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3071   20   -20  1197   57%  3018
  24 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3059   18   -18  1504   62%  2974
  25 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3058   23   -22   942   56%  3013
  26 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3043   23   -23   906   52%  3031
  27 Crafty 25.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3023   25   -26   764   37%  3119
  28 Deep Hiarcs 12  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3017   18   -18  1507   52%  3002
  29 Deep Shredder 11 x64 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz 3013   21   -21  1088   50%  3013
  30 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           3000   24   -24   836   40%  3070
  31 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2998   26   -26   686   46%  3027
  32 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2993   20   -20  1205   55%  2962
  33 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2993   49   -45   240   67%  2870
  34 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2984   25   -27   760   35%  3091
  35 Fritz 12  256MB  A1200 MHz              2955   26   -25   780   64%  2856
  36 Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1               2925   50   -48   199   57%  2877
  37 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2858   25   -26   852   30%  3006
  38 Pro Deo 2.1 YAT 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz   2826   35   -34   400   58%  2769
  39 Pro Deo 2.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz       2790   34   -34   413   44%  2831
  40 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2787   50   -47   210   60%  2711
  41 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2771   57   -52   177   66%  2660
  42 Pocket Fritz 4 Hiarcs 13 Ipaq 214       2754   54   -51   180   61%  2679
  43 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2705   60   -58   140   56%  2665
  44 Hiarcs Palm Chess 13.1 T5               2651   58   -57   143   52%  2636
  45 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2629   47   -44   240   62%  2546
  46 Revelation Deep Sjeng 3.0               2600   68   -76   100   37%  2692
  47 R30 v. 2.5                              2272   42   -38   343   69%  2135
  48 Chess Genius 3 Iphone 4 ARM A8 800MHz   2261   82   -69   100   69%  2122
  49 Millenium ChessGenius ARM M4 48 MHz     2069   74   -68   101   61%  1992
  50 Mephisto Nigel Short 6502 5 MHz         1946   54   -53   165   54%  1921

 3 Deep Shredder 13 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz, 3297                                 
Komo9.1 Q6600   15,5-24,5  Stockf6 Q6600     17-23    Komo7.0 Q6600   18,5-21,5
Komo5.1 Q6600    6,5-6,5   Stockf3 Q6600   26,5-13,5  DRybka4 Q6600     25-15
DHiar14 Q6600   28,5-11,5  Chiro3 Q6600    26,5-13,5  Naum4.2 Q6600   26,5-13,5
DjunYok Q6600     31-9     DJun133 Q6600     34-8     Spike14 Q6600     31-9
Hiarc13 Q6600   14,5-6,5   Hia13.2 Q6600   33,5-6,5   

 49 Millenium ChessGenius ARM M4 48 MHz, 2069                                 
Montreux           8-12    Atlanta           10-10    Star Sapphire     13-7
Almeria 68020      0-1     Nigel Short       12-8     Mephisto MM 4   18,5-1,5

The latest ratinglist features two new entrants since the last time. The first
one marks a very strong comeback by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen. His latest version of
Deep Shredder 13 is now third on our ratinglist and with its rating of 3297
after 516 games, it is an impressive 194 points ahead of its former version,
the Deep Shredder 12!

Our other addition to the ratinglist, are a newly released dedicated chess
computer - namely the Millenium ChessGenius! It was released in the autumn of
2015 by the company Millenium GmbH. It features the ChessGenius program made
by Richard Lang and is powered by an ARM Cortex M4 processor at 48 MHz.
After the first 101 games, it is rated at 2069.

Since the last ratinglist, Chiron 3.01 has gained 14 points with 267 more
games played. Pro Deo 2.1 YAT lost 31 points since last time and even though
the Pro Deo 2.0 also lost some points, the gap between the two of them has
been reduced to 36 points. Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1 lost 16 points since
last time, mostly due to the performance in its meeting against Jonny 4.

We are at the moment testing several dedicated chesscomputers, which will
gain entry to the coming ratinglists of 2017, as soon as they pass the
necessary 100 games. Both newly released models (like the Revelation
Ruffian 2.1 and Millenium ChessGenius Pro), but probably also some "oldies"
(like the Mephisto London 68000 and 68020). We will also begin testing some
new engines on our Q6600-level for the upcoming ratinglists.

Lars Sandin 

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 12:57 am    Post subject: Re: THE SSDF RATING LIST 2017-02-15 Reply with quote

Lars Sandin wrote:


Our other addition to the ratinglist, are a newly released dedicated chess
computer - namely the Millenium ChessGenius! It was released in the autumn of
2015 by the company Millenium GmbH. It features the ChessGenius program made
by Richard Lang and is powered by an ARM Cortex M4 processor at 48 MHz.
After the first 101 games, it is rated at 2069.
49 Millenium ChessGenius ARM M4 48 MHz 2069 74 -68 101 61% 1992

Lars Sandin


just noticed this
wow did that turn out low
when it first came out we were thinking along the lines of 2200 ish
CGPro is considered about 50 Pts stronger then the CG making it barely 2100
these numbers are a good 200 pts lower then what was believed

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Steve,

the SSDF list was lowered 100 points (end of the 90s(?) due to the strong PCs), so the SS list and Schachcomputer Info lists are higher. F.e. look at the R30 2.5: SSDF 2272 ELO, SS 2389 ELO, .Info 2371 ELO.

So if you add 100 ELO to the ChessGenius you can compare it to the Selective Search anf Info lists.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fluppio wrote:
Hello Steve,

the SSDF list was lowered 100 points (end of the 90s(?) due to the strong PCs), so the SS list and Schachcomputer Info lists are higher. F.e. look at the R30 2.5: SSDF 2272 ELO, SS 2389 ELO, .Info 2371 ELO.

So if you add 100 ELO to the ChessGenius you can compare it to the Selective Search anf Info lists.

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yes i know
still not so clear
for the old computers i know about the 100 pt difference
not so certain it has that much of an effect on newly released computers
depends on which computers the new one played against and if they played against newer computers
example....SSDF matches 5 newly released computers against each other
and against 5 computers that only played against recently released and rated computers .. there is no 100 reduction..the reduction i think would be somewhat less..perhaps significantly less?


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the Wiki list the CG has come out as 2218 for rapid and 2221 tournament so there is a significant difference to the Swedish rating. The CG Pro has 2307 for rapid and is likely to come out a little higher than this for tournament.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For me what is surprising is the relative distance between them.

Nigel Short - Info = 2028 = 231 Games +/- 40
MCG - Info = 2218 = 202 Games +/- 41

Difference 190 points

Nigel Short - SSDF = 1946 = 101 Games = +/- 71
MCG - SSDF = 2069 = 146 Games = +/- 54

Difference 125 points

I guess the 65 points strength difference between the two programs just about falls into the tolerance.

And it also depends on who you play to some degree.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 2:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

spacious_mind wrote:
For me what is surprising is the relative distance between them.

Nigel Short - Info = 2028 = 231 Games +/- 40
MCG - Info = 2218 = 202 Games +/- 41

Difference 190 points

Nigel Short - SSDF = 1946 = 101 Games = +/- 71
MCG - SSDF = 2069 = 146 Games = +/- 54

Difference 125 points

I guess the 65 points strength difference between the two programs just about falls into the tolerance.

And it also depends on who you play to some degree.

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The number of games are still low which could explain it, and it could also depend on the different time-controls between the two examples. The numbers from Schachcomputer.info are from their active ratinglist, with shorter time-controls than what we have used for our testing.

Please observe that the results for Mephisto Nigel Short in the long list isn't correct as the meeting vs. the nowadays incapacited Fidelity Mach IV (which only lived to play 17 testgames in my possession Crying or Very sad), is listed twice and the number of games for Nigel is therefore not entirely correct. It is corrected so the results, and number of games, will be shown correctly on the next ratinglist.

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THE SSDF RATING LIST 2017-07-27   %142106 games played by  360 computers                     
                                           Rating   +     -  Games   Won  Oppo
                                           ------  ---   --- -----   ---  ----
   1 Komodo 11.01 MP x64 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz  3406   44   -40   334   72%  3244
   2 Deep Shredder 13 x64 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz 3385   41   -38   360   70%  3237
   3 Komodo 9.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3354   25   -23  1191   78%  3133
   4 Stockfish 6 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3331   26   -24   936   73%  3155
   5 Deep Shredder 13 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3297   26   -25   764   64%  3198
   6 Komodo 7.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3270   27   -25   814   69%  3130
   7 Komodo 5.1 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3245   23   -22   998   65%  3134
   8 Deep Hiarcs 14 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz       3207   41   -42   280   43%  3258
   9 Stockfish 3 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3205   19   -19  1340   62%  3117
  10 Deep Rybka 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3201   21   -20  1288   67%  3080
  11 Deep Rybka 3 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3193   22   -21  1371   75%  3001
  12 Deep Hiarcs 14 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3190   19   -19  1330   62%  3107
  13 Chiron 3.01 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3182   32   -32   456   47%  3202
  14 Naum 4.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz       3146   21   -21  1123   60%  3077
  15 Deep Junior Yokoh x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz 3122   25   -25   730   49%  3129
  16 Naum 4 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz           3118   20   -19  1356   64%  3016
  17 Deep Junior 13.3 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3115   20   -20  1170   51%  3106
  18 Hiarcs 14 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         3106   34   -33   440   62%  3019
  19 Spike 1.4 MP 2GB Q6600  2,4 GHz         3104   17   -17  1631   56%  3059
  20 Deep Shredder 12 x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3103   18   -18  1507   62%  3015
  21 Hiarcs 13.1  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz          3099   24   -23   868   56%  3054
  22 Deep Fritz 13 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3097   24   -24   826   55%  3064
  23 Deep Hiarcs 13.2  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz     3096   24   -24   832   55%  3064
  24 Deep Fritz 12 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3090   20   -20  1200   55%  3054
  25 Deep Rybka 3  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     3074   39   -37   332   58%  3018
  26 Deep Junior 12 x64 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   3071   20   -20  1198   57%  3018
  27 Deep Fritz 11  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz        3059   18   -18  1504   62%  2975
  28 Zappa Mexico II x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz  3059   23   -22   942   56%  3014
  29 Naum 3.1 x64  2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz         3044   23   -23   906   52%  3031
  30 Crafty 25.0 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    3023   25   -26   764   37%  3118
  31 Naum 4  256MB Athlon 1200 MHz           3000   24   -24   836   40%  3069
  32 Arasan 17.2 MP x64 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz    2999   26   -26   686   46%  3027
  33 Fritz 13 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz          2995   45   -41   280   65%  2887
  34 Glaurung 2.2 x64 MP 2GB Q6600 2,4 GHz   2994   20   -19  1225   55%  2961
  35 Wasp 2.01 256 MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2988   55   -49   200   68%  2862
  36 Shredder 12 256MB A1200 MHz             2984   25   -27   760   35%  3090
  37 Fritz 12  256MB  A1200 MHz              2953   25   -24   820   63%  2862
  38 Revelation II Hiarcs 14.1               2924   47   -46   220   55%  2888
  39 CM King 3.5 x64 MP 2GB  Q6600 2,4 GHz   2858   25   -26   852   30%  3006
  40 Pro Deo 2.1 YAT 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz   2821   34   -33   440   59%  2758
  41 Pro Deo 2.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz       2798   30   -30   520   46%  2825
  42 Pocket Fritz 4 Naum 4.2 Ipaq 214        2785   50   -47   210   60%  2711
  43 Revelation Hiarcs 13.3 XScale 500 MHz   2772   57   -52   177   66%  2660
  44 Revelation Shredder 12  XScale 500 MHz  2705   60   -58   140   56%  2664
  45 Revelation Rybka 2.2  XScale 500 MHz    2629   47   -44   240   62%  2546
  46 Revelation Deep Sjeng 3.0               2599   68   -76   100   37%  2691
  47 R30 v. 2.5                              2273   42   -38   343   69%  2135
  48 Millenium ChessGenius Pro M4 120 MHz    2180   92   -72   100   76%  1988
  49 Millenium ChessGenius ARM M4 48 MHz     2077   61   -57   140   59%  2018
  50 Mephisto Nigel Short 6502 5 MHz         1954   52   -52   177   51%  1949

 1 Komodo 11.01 MP x64 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz, 3406                                 
Komo9.1 Q6600   25,5-18,5  Stockf6 Q6600   24,5-15,5  DShre13 Q6600     30-10
Komo7.0 Q6600   29,5-10,5  Stockf3 Q6600   34,5-15,5  DRybka4 Q6600   30,5-9,5
DHiar14 Q6600   30,5-9,5   Spike14 Q6600     34-6     

 2 Deep Shredder 13 x64 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz, 3385                                 
Komo9.1 Q6600     21-19    Stockf6 Q6600   23,5-16,5  DShre13 Q6600   23,5-16,5
Komo7.0 Q6600     26-14    DHiar14 1800X     25-15    Stockf3 Q6600   33,5-6,5
DHiar14 Q6600     31-9     Chiro3 Q6600    29,5-10,5  Hia13.2 Q6600   38,5-1,5

 8 Deep Hiarcs 14 16GB 1800X 3,6 GHz, 3207                                 
DShre13 1800X     15-25    Komo9.1 Q6600   12,5-27,5  Stockf6 Q6600    9,5-30,5
DShre13 Q6600   11,5-28,5  Stockf3 Q6600     20-20    Naum 4  Q6600     25-15
DJun133 Q6600     26-14   

 35 Wasp 2.01 256 MB Athlon 1200 MHz, 2988                                 
Fritz13 A1200   17,5-22,5  Fritz12 A1200     23-17    Zap!Zan A1200   30,5-9,5
PDeo20 A1200    31,5-8,5   GT2.0 A1200     32,5-7,5   

 48 Millenium ChessGenius Pro M4 120 MHz, 2180                                 
MCG               13-7     Star Sapphire   12,5-7,5   Milano Pro      15,5-4,5
Nigel Short     15,5-4,5   Diablo 68000      19-1     

We can now present the early results from the testing on our new hardware
level - the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X, which is an 8-core processor at 3,6 GHz. We
have opted for 16 GB RAM as standard on this hardware - compared to 2 GB
on our older Q6600 hardware. Similar to the Q6600, we utilize a 64-bit OS for
the testing. On our older hardware we had 5 piece Nalimov/Syzygy endgame
databases as standard. On this new platform we have chosen to also add 6 piece
Syzygy, installed on SSD, for the programs that are able to utilize it.

We started of by testing two programs which we already had tested on our older
Q6600 level: Mark Uniackes Deep Hiarcs 14 and Stefan Meyer-Kahlens Deep
Shredder 13. Deep Hiarcs 14 has reached the rating of 3207 after the first 280
games, while Deep Shredder 13 has a rating of 3385 after the first 360 games.
The difference in rating between the Q6600 and 1800X are +17 and +88 points
for these two programs. We will see what will happen as more games will be
played.

Topping our list, 21 points above Deep Shredder 13, is Komodo 11.01, which we
have tested on our 1800X hardware level. It's the first program on our
ratinglist to break the 3400-mark and Komodo 11.01 has got a rating of 3406
after the first 334 games! Congratulations to Mark Lefler and Larry Kaufman
for achieving this!

The fourth new entrant on the list is a very welcome comeback by the former
Zarkov-programmer - John Stanback, with his latest program Wasp 2.01. We have
started of by testing his program on our single processor, 32 bit hardware
level, the A1200. After 200 games his latest program has reached a rating just
shy of the 3000-mark by a mere 12 points. As it was released without any
opening-book, we have used the free 'Perfect 2017' book by Sedat Canbaz.
As Wasp is multi-processor capable, we will also test it on our other hardware
levels for upcoming lists.

The last new entrant on our latest ratinglist is the manually tested,
Millenium ChessGenius Pro dedicated chess computer. It is a faster version of
the already tested Millenium ChessGenius chess computer, with more memory and
an updated Modern opening book - which we have used for the testing. It was
released in the autumn of 2016 by the company Millenium GmbH. It includes the
program of Richard Lang and recieves its power from an ARM Cortex M4 processor
running at a frequency of 120 MHz. After 100 games it has recieved a rating of
2180, which is a good 103 points more than its former version!

For the upcoming lists we will get some more games with the newest additions,
but will also extend our testing on the 1800X with more programs. We have
started the testing of Komodo 11.01 on our Q6600 level and Wasp 2.01 on our
Q6600, and 1800X level. Hopefully we can also present a later Stockfish
version on our upcoming list. For the next list we will most probably have
enough games to be able to present the Chess Genius 3 for Android and
possibly also the Revelation Ruffian 2.1 dedicated chess computer.
We will shortly begin testing of the newest Millenium ChessGenius Exclusive
computer, but as it takes some time to reach our limit of 100 manual
testgames, it will most probably not have enough games before next year.

Lars Sandin 

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