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- - By Venator (Silver) [nl] Date 2017-10-22 07:56 Upvotes 3
Hi all,

Inspired by TCEC season 10, stage 1, I have made a new testset: Noomen 2-move Testsuite.

200 lines with only 2 book moves (4 ply), for engine-engine testing. See the attachment below.

Enjoy testing!

Jeroen
Attachment: Noomen2-moveTestsuite.pgn (42k)
Parent - - By user923005 (****) [us] Date 2017-10-23 18:22
Thanks for your efforts, as always.
Parent - - By Venator (Silver) [nl] Date 2017-10-24 12:06
Thanks, Dann. Always a pleasure to release something that can be useful to other people in the computer chess community.
Parent - By user923005 (****) [us] Date 2017-10-24 19:39
Epd version (with interior nodes analyzed as well) attached
Attachment: jn-2move.7z - Analyzed Epd for Jeroen's 2 move book (including interior book nodes) (33k)
Parent - By Venator (Silver) [nl] Date 2017-10-30 17:08 Upvotes 2
Also added Noomen 3-move Testsuite: 500 lines with only 3 book moves.

Download link:

http://blogchess2016.blogspot.nl/2017/10/noomen-2-move-testsuite.html
- - By Venator (Silver) [nl] Date 2017-12-17 08:21 Upvotes 1
The Noomen 2-move Testsuite and Noomen 3-move Testsuite are now also available as 3-move.ctg ChessBase book:

http://blogchess2016.blogspot.nl/2017/12/noomen-3-move-ctg-book.html
Parent - - By gsgs (***) [de] Date 2018-02-13 02:00 Edited 2018-02-13 02:44
I get a google warning on that download.
google were trying to make a user-profile of me and giving it
to advertisers and whether I wanted to block that.
[I never had that before, afair)
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what were the criteria to select these openings ?

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thanks also to user923005 for the extensive commentation and analysis, 325 lines = fens = openings,
of which

10-17 entries per line, separated by ";" ... (trying to figure this out)
Parent - - By user923005 (****) [us] Date 2018-02-13 22:36
Most of the EPD simply follows the EPD part of the PGN standard:
https://opensource.apple.com/source/Chess/Chess-109.0.3/Documentation/PGN-Standard.txt
(See section 16.2).

However, I add my own fields:
cce is computed centipawn evaluation which is based on wins/losses and draws.  I did a parabolic least squares fit to approximate the computer scores.
white_wins black_wins and draws are the number of games with particular outcomes in my filtered game database (not all games have outcomes, some are *)
I use pm in a non-standard way.  The PGN Standard says that the pm is just the first node of the pv, but I consider that both redundant and useless.  I use pv as the collection of the most likely moves to be played.  If there is a number in curly brackets after the suggested move, that number is how often the move was actually played.

So, given this:
rnbqkbnr/pp1ppppp/8/2p5/2P5/2N5/PP1PPPPP/R1BQKBNR b KQkq - acd 36; acs 148; bm g6; c3 "Nf6"; cce -26; ce 0; id "es-dc-neutral.0524";
pm Nc6 {9274} Nf6 {4553} g6 {3298} b6 {654} e6 {588} e5 {400} d6 {35} d5 {4} a6 {3} Na6 {2} f5 {2} b5 {1} h6 {1}; pv g6 g3 Bg7 Bg2 Nc6 e3 e6 Nge2 Nge7 O-O O-O d4 cxd4 exd4 d5 cxd5 Nxd5 Re1 Qb6 Na4 Qd8 Nac3; white_wins 6593; black_wins 5528; draws 6011; Opening English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Normal Variation 1.c4 c5 2.Nc3; CaxtonID: 523; ECO: A34;

Postition, side to move, castle rights and ep status:
rnbqkbnr/pp1ppppp/8/2p5/2P5/2N5/PP1PPPPP/R1BQKBNR b KQkq -


Other fields are described here:
acd 36; means the depth of the analysis was 36 plies
acs 148; means that the position was analyzed for 148 seconds
bm g6; means that g6 appears to be better than other moves.
c3 "Nf6" means that I was studying Nf6 at some point or the position appeared in a famous game and Nf6 was played.  I use that comment field to hold suggested moves for study.
cce -26; means that in actual game outcomes, black is behind by about 1/4 pawn
ce 0 means the computer says the position is even
id "es-dc-neutral.0524"; means it is contained in the test set es-dc-neutral (a collection of severely balanced openings)
pm Nc6 {9274} Nf6 {4553} g6 {3298} b6 {654} e6 {588} e5 {400} d6 {35} d5 {4} a6 {3} Na6 {2} f5 {2} b5 {1} h6 {1};  means that Nc6 is the most likely move, followed by Nf6, and g6
pv g6 g3 Bg7 Bg2 Nc6 e3 e6 Nge2 Nge7 O-O O-O d4 cxd4 exd4 d5 cxd5 Nxd5 Re1 Qb6 Na4 Qd8 Nac3; is the computer plan for this position
white_wins 6593; black_wins 5528; draws 6011 are simply the game outcomes from my database for this position
Opening English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Normal Variation 1.c4 c5 2.Nc3; CaxtonID: 523; ECO: A34; is the name and description of the opening
Parent - - By gsgs (***) [de] Date 2018-03-03 08:08
is it somehow automated , can others use it ?
with reference, using their database
Parent - By user923005 (****) [us] Date 2018-03-03 08:29
I have computerized processes running analysis on several machines.
Anyone is welcome to use it.
It is just information.

Nobody owns truth
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