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19.10.2003 – In der neuen Computerrangliste der SSDF vom 17. Oktober bleibt Stefan Meyer-Kahlens Programm Shredder das Maß der Dinge und führt mit 2812. Zweiter ist der Neueinsteiger Junior 8 von Amir Ban und Shay Bushinsky. Auch Hiarcs 9 von Mark Uniacke konnte sich als weiterer Neueinsteiger eindruckvoll in Szene setzten. Er belegt Platz Sieben, bzw. ist das viertbeste Programm hinter den verschiedenen Shredder-, Fritz-, und Juniorvarianten. Auch für Besitzer von schwächeren Rechnern ist Shredder erste Wahl. Er führt ebenfalls klar in der Liste der Programme, die auf 450Mhz-Rechnern getestet wurden. Die besten Programme der Welt kaufen...SSDF-Liste...

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SSDF Computerrangliste vom 17.Oktober 2003, basierend auf 94523 Partien von 257 Computern/Programmen

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                                           Rating + - Games Won Av.opp 
 1 Shredder 7.04 UCI 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2812 28 -26 781 75% 2623 
 2 Junior 8.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2784 32 -30 545 68% 2648 
 3 Shredder 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2771 27 -25 801 70% 2623 
 4 Deep Fritz 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz    2760 26 -25 778 67% 2635 
 5 Fritz 8.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         2753 24 -23 937 65% 2641 
 6 Deep Junior 8.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz   2748 35 -34 432 64% 2645 
 7 Hiarcs 9.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2746 51 -48 209 63% 2653 
 8 Fritz 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz         2744 29 -28 634 63% 2653 
 9 Shredder 6.0 Pad UCI 256MB Athlon 1200  2724 22 -22 1033 62% 2640 
10 Shredder 6.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz      2723 31 -30 547 62% 2634 
11 Chess Tiger 15.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz  2719 25 -24 824 60% 2647 
12 Chess Tiger 14.0 CB 256MB Athlon 1200   2718 30 -30 557 61% 2639 
13 Deep Fritz 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2716 30 -29 571 61% 2641 
14 Gambit Tiger 2.0 256MB Athlon 1200      2713 29 -29 583 58% 2654 
15 Shredder 7.0 UCI 128MB K6-2 450 MHz     2703 40 -39 316 58% 2648 
16 Junior 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2699 25 -25 801 54% 2670 
17 Hiarcs 8.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz        2684 22 -22 996 53% 2663 
18 Ruffian 1.0.1 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     2678 29 -29 565 53% 2657 
19 Rebel Century 4.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2676 29 -29 590 60% 2605 
20 Chess Tiger 15.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz     2664 34 -33 433 52% 2648 
21 Shredder 5.32 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     2660 26 -26 713 51% 2654 
22 Gandalf 4.32h 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     2658 31 -31 514 53% 2635 
23 Deep Fritz 7.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz       2650 36 -35 392 54% 2623 
23 Gandalf 5.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz       2650 45 -46 242 44% 2693 
25 Gandalf 5.1 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz       2639 25 -25 758 55% 2605 
26 Junior 7.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz           2638 22 -22 1030 59% 2573 
27 Fritz 7.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz            2632 38 -37 348 53% 2610 
27 Chess Tiger 14.0 CB 128MB K6-2 450 MHz  2632 25 -25 798 57% 2581 
29 Shredder 6.0 UCI 128MB K6-2 450 MHz     2617 43 -43 264 52% 2606 
30 Crafty 18.12/CB 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz   2615 27 -27 647 52% 2604 
31 Gromit 3.11.9 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz     2609 44 -46 246 43% 2661 
32 Yace Paderborn 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz    2606 35 -35 389 48% 2619 
33 Hiarcs 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz           2586 33 -34 440 42% 2646 
34 Rebel Century 4.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz    2569 52 -53 178 46% 2595 
35 Nimzo 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz            2556 21 -22 1048 49% 2562 
36 Gandalf 5.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz          2538 73 -68 102 60% 2465 
37 Gandalf 4.32h 128MB K6-2 450 MHz        2523 34 -34 418 52% 2508 
38 SOS 128MB K6-2 450 MHz                  2520 17 -17 1780 40% 2590 
39 Chessmaster 8000 128MB K6-2 450 MHz     2518 44 -45 251 45% 2551 
39 Goliath Light 128MB K6-2 450 MHz        2518 20 -21 1204 36% 2619 
41 Crafty 18.12/CB 128MB K6-2 450 MHz      2481 30 -31 563 32% 2613 
42 MChess Pro 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz       2480 25 -26 753 40% 2551 
43 Genius 6.5 128MB K6-2 450 MHz           2477 29 -29 565 48% 2490 
44 R30 v. 2.5                              2275 41 -38 343 69% 2136 
45 Mephisto London 68 030 36 MHz           2217 59 -57 150 59% 2150 
46 Meph Genius 68 030 33 MHz               2196 43 -42 267 55% 2157 
47 Chess Tiger 14.9 Palm m515 16MB 42MHz   2102 69 -74 100 39% 2181 
48 Atlanta SH7000 20 MHz                   2087 29 -27 667 68% 1956 
49 Sapphire II                             2009 34 -32 464 63% 1918 
50 Chess Genius 1.5 Palm m515 16MB 42MHz   1870 69 -78 100 32% 2003 

Comments to the Swedish Rating List 5/2003, October 17

There are three new entrants in this edition of the SSDF rating list. Fortunately enough all three have received clearly higher ratings than their predecessors!

The first program which we have tested is Amir Bans and Shay Bushinskys Deep Junior 8.0 on a single Athlon 1200 MHz. After 432 tournament games against other programs, it has now a SSDF-rating of 2748. That is 49 points above it's predecessor Junior 7.0, which appeared somewhat more than two years ago.

As perhaps can be understood from it's name, Deep Junior 8.0 is primarily intended for PCs with several processors. When used on a single processor, the search is said to be slowed down about 5% compared to Junior 8.0, which we also have tested. After 545 games Junior 8.0 Athlon 1200 MHz now has a rating of 2784, 85 points more than Junior 7.0!

The present rating difference between the single and multiprocessor versions of Junior 8.0 is 36 points. The slight speed difference between them should give only 3-4 rating points. If the programs otherwise play identically, and that is what I have understood, the rest must be attributed to statistical factors.

Since we initially thought about combining the results into one entrant, they have largely played against different opponents. The combined rating would be 2768, giving a rating increase of 69 points compared to Junior 7.0 and a third place on the list with Shredder 7.04 and 7.0 ahead.

Mark Uniacke has now released a new version of his chess program, with the opening book made by Eric Hallsworth. So far we haven't played that many games with Hiarcs 9.0 on Athlon 1200 MHz, but at the moment it has 2746. That gives a seventh place on the list, with Shredder, Junior and Fritz ahead. Compared to Hiarcs 8.0 from 2002, the rating increase is impressing 62 points!

Compared to the latest rating list from July, Fritz 8.0 A1200 has lost nine points, mainly due to a weak result against Junior 8.0. Shredder 7.0 UCI K6-2 has lost 14 points and Ruffian 1.0.1 A1200 has gained six points.

In the nearest future we will continue to play mainly with Hiarcs 9.0 A1200. If we after a month or so doesn't have any new commercially available program to test, we will play with one of the strongest amateur engines.

Thoralf Karlsson
 


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