Die SSDF-Liste vom 30.Juli 2002: Fritz 7 vor Shredder Paderborn

01.08.2002 – Die Rangliste der SSDF bleibt die Domäne von Frans Morsch. In der aktuellen Juli-Liste belegt er wieder den ersten Platz, zum siebzehnten Mal in den letzten 24 Veröffentlichungen. Stark aufgeholt hat Stefan Meyer-Kahlen (Foto), der sich mit seiner Shredder Paderborn-Engine auf den zweiten Platz geschoben hat.Fritz7, Shredder 6, ChessTiger 14, Junior 7 (Die Spitzenreiter der SSDF-Liste) im Shop kaufen...Die SSDF-Liste vom 30.Juli 2002...

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SSDF-Rangliste vom 30.Juli 2002

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Grün: Programme auf Athlon 1200
Blau: Programme auf K6 450

  Rating + - Games Won Av.opp
1 Fritz 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2741 30 -29 574 64% 2636
2 Shredder 6.0 Paderb 256MB Athlon 1200 2727 34 -32 467 65% 2619
3 Chess Tiger 14.0 CB 256MB Athlon 1200 2721 33 -32 487 63% 2627
4 Gambit Tiger 2.0 256MB Athlon 1200 2718 31 -30 523 60% 2645
5 Shredder 6.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2717 32 -31 505 64% 2618
6 Deep Fritz 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2716 33 -32 491 63% 2622
7 Junior 7.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2689 29 -29 593 58% 2632
8 Rebel Century 4.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2684 33 -32 475 63% 2586
9 Hiarcs 8.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2671 28 -28 624 55% 2638
10 Shredder 5.32 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2669 30 -30 538 57% 2622
11 Gandalf 4.32h 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2652 34 -33 430 54% 2624
12 Deep Fritz 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2651 23 -23 959 61% 2571
13 Gandalf 5.0 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2642 49 -50 202 46% 2674
14 Gambit Tiger 2.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2641 29 -28 634 66% 2525
15 Gandalf 5.1 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2638 26 -26 707 55% 2601
16 Junior 7.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2632 25 -25 815 65% 2524
17 Chess Tiger 14.0 CB 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2629 28 -27 667 62% 2543
18 Shredder 6.0 UCI 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2627 55 -54 168 57% 2581
19 Fritz 7.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2625 41 -41 294 53% 2604
20 Fritz 6.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2619 21 -21 1110 61% 2541
21 Crafty 18.12/CB 256MB Athlon 1200 MHz 2613 30 -29 561 53% 2593
22 Shredder 5.32 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2605 28 -27 639 58% 2547
23 Hiarcs 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2591 48 -49 212 44% 2632
24 Junior 6.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2590 18 -18 1523 57% 2538
25 Chess Tiger 12.0 DOS 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2587 22 -22 1021 55% 2551
26 Shredder 5.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2586 20 -20 1176 56% 2544
27 Shredder 4.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2567 23 -22 986 58% 2507
28 Rebel Century 4.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2564 52 -53 178 46% 2590
29 Nimzo 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2555 22 -22 984 50% 2554
30 Fritz 5.32 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2553 24 -23 890 55% 2514
31 Nimzo 7.32 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2550 21 -21 1070 54% 2519
32 Junior 5.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2536 22 -22 996 52% 2519
33 Gandalf 5.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2532 73 -68 102 60% 2458
34 Gandalf 4.32f 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2531 28 -28 627 51% 2524
35 Hiarcs 7.32 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2527 20 -21 1159 47% 2548
36 Hiarcs 7.01 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2520 30 -31 525 43% 2572
37 Gandalf 4.32h 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2519 34 -34 418 52% 2504
38 SOS 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2517 18 -19 1428 45% 2551
38 Rebel Century 3.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2517 30 -30 546 49% 2523
40 Chessmaster 8000 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2515 44 -45 251 45% 2548
41 Goliath Light 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2506 24 -24 857 42% 2564
42 Crafty 17.07/CB 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2489 23 -23 912 47% 2513
43 Nimzo 99 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2485 22 -22 996 44% 2527
44 MChess Pro 8.0 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2477 25 -26 753 40% 2548
45 Genius 6.5 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2473 29 -29 565 48% 2486
46 Crafty 18.12/CB 128MB K6-2 450 MHz 2472 35 -37 384 41% 2539
47 R30 v. 2.5 2274 41 -38 343 69% 2135
48 Meph Genius 68 030 33 MHz 2195 43 -42 267 55% 2157
49 Atlanta SH7000 20 MHz 2089 29 -28 647 69% 1948
50 Sapphire II 2009 34 -32 464 63% 1919

 

Thoralf Karlsson reports:

In January 1999 Hiarcs 7.0 P200 MMX had the first place on the SSDF rating list. In September the same year we had started to use K6-2 450 MHz, and on that hardware Hiarcs 7.32 kept the third place on the list, about 35 points behind Fritz 5.32 and Nimzo 99.

During the almost three years which has gone since then, several of the competing programs have become 50-100 points stronger, measured on the same hardware. As a result Hiarcs 7.32 on K6-2 450 is presently 124 points behind the leading Deep Fritz.

Mark Uniacke has now provided us with a new version of his program, Hiarcs 8.0! And Eric Hallsworth has written the opening book. On K6-2 450 MHz Hiarcs 8.0 has a rating of 2591 after 212 games. That is 64 points more than Hiarcs 7.32 has!

Hiarcs 8.0 on Athlon 1200 MHz has taken the ninth place on the list with 2671 after 624 tournament games. On this hardware we have no earlier version from Mark Uniacke to compare with. The difference in rating between A1200 and K6-2 450 is 80 points for Hiarcs 8.0.

On this list we can also include Stefan Meyer-Kahlens latest program version, Shredder 6.0 Paderborn A1200. We have played with the UCI-version under the Classic Shredder-interface, using Sandro Necchis opening book.

After 467 games the rating is 2727, ten points above the original Shredder 6.0. Compared to the latest list, Stefan Meyer-Kahlen now goes up from the fifth to the second place(!)

Fritz 7.0 A1200 has gained 11 points, whereas the same program on K6-2 450 has lost six points. Gandalf 5.1 A1200 has lost eight points.

Tony Hedlund has so far played 70 manual games with Chess Tiger 14.9a Palm. Hopefully we can include it on the next list, which probably will appear in September.

Further information is available at the SSDF site

 

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