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Komodo 2602.00   v/s StockfishClassical 202007311012(pssst ,,,feel free to laugh )
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptySun Oct 18, 2020 3:43 pm by "B"
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Please note  NOT the strongest StockFish plays the self acclaimed best engine ( money can buy) 

One is  is FREE   and the other NOT  !!!!!

PS This Stockfish will play its Big brother later lil angel


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StockFish easily beats LCZero to win TCEC Superfinal 19
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyFri Oct 16, 2020 4:42 am by "B"
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SPCC test of CFish 12 avx2 2020/09/13
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptySun Sep 13, 2020 5:07 pm by "B"
Latest update: [size=14]2020/09/13: CFish 12 avx2  (+9 Elo to Stockfish 12 avx2 (Cfish 12 runs +45% faster on my AMD Ryzen CPU, so for a speed doubling of Stockfish we can estimate around +20 Elo[/size])
 
(Ordo-calculation fixed to Stockfish 12 = 3684 Elo)
 
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SPCC Stockfish (with nnue) vs Lc0 longtime testing
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyFri Sep 11, 2020 2:57 pm by "B"
Stockfish (with nnue) vs Lc0 longtime testing
 
Each testrun 300 games with 150 Noomen lowdraw-openings (selected openings from TCEC superfinals) and 5'+3'' thinking-time (Lc0) / 7.5'+4.5'' (Stockfish). This thinking-time gives a perfect Leela-Ratio of 1.0 on the used PC hardware: i7-8750H 2.6GHz (Hexacore, TurboBoost mode off) Notebook, RTX 2060 GPU. Average game-duration: 20 minutes. 

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SPCC test of Stockfish 200830 2020/08/25
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyWed Sep 02, 2020 1:30 pm by LondonFrau
Latest update: [size=14]2020/08/25: Stockfish 200830  [/size]
 
(Ordo-calculation fixed to Stockfish 11 = 3554 Elo)
 
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Stockfish (with nnue) clear winner vs Lc0 longtime testing
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyMon Aug 31, 2020 11:03 am by LondonFrau
Stockfish (with nnue) vs Lc0 longtime testing
 
Each testrun 300 games with 150 Noomen lowdraw-openings (selected openings from TCEC superfinals) and 5'+3'' thinking-time (Lc0) / 7.5'+4.5'' (Stockfish). This thinking-time gives a perfect Leela-Ratio of 1.0 on the used PC hardware: i7-8750H 2.6GHz (Hexacore, TurboBoost mode off) Notebook, RTX 2060 GPU. Average game-duration: 20 minutes. 

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SPCC Stockfish 200813 82215d0fd0df (+14 Elo to Stockfish 200810 112bb1c8cdb5)
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyTue Aug 18, 2020 9:45 am by "B"
[size=14]2020/08/13: Stockfish 200813 82215d0fd0df  (+14 Elo to Stockfish 200810 112bb1c8cdb5)[/size]
 
(Ordo-calculation fixed to Stockfish 11 = 3554 Elo)
 
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SPCC Testrun of Stockfish 200810 112bb1c8cdb5
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyThu Aug 13, 2020 2:43 pm by LondonFrau
Latest update: [size=14]2020/08/13: Stockfish 200810 112bb1c8cdb5  (+8 Elo to Stockfish 200807 9931db908a9b)[/size]
 
(Ordo-calculation fixed to Stockfish 11 = 3554 Elo)
 
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SPCC Testrun of Stockfish 200807 = +99 Elo to Stockfish 11
Free forum : chessforyou - Portal EmptyMon Aug 10, 2020 2:36 am by LondonFrau
Latest update: [size=14]2020/08/09: Stockfish 200807 9931db908a9b (+66 Elo to Stockfish 200731)[/size]
 
(Ordo-calculation fixed to Stockfish 11 = 3554 Elo)
 
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