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- - By Supafreak101 Date 2007-06-27 06:23
Hey guys, I have RYBKA v 2.2 for my single core pentium 4 processor.  I was wondering what went wrong in this game. I am black on the right
1. d2-d4 g8-f6
2. c2-c4 g7-g6
3. b1-c3 f8-g7
4. e2-e4 d7-d6
5. g1-f3 o-o
6. f1-e2 c7-c5
7. d4-d5 d8-b6
8. o-o b8-a6
9. f1-e1 f6-g4
10. f3-d2 g4-f6
11. d2-b3 e7-e5
12. c1-d2 a6-c7
13. d1-c2 c8-d7
14. a1-d1 c7-a6
15. c2-b1 a6-b4
16. c3-b5 a7-a6
17. b5-c3 a6-a5
18. c3-b5 a5-a4
19. b3-c1 f8-c8
20. a2-a3 b4-a6
21. c1-a2 a6-c7
22. b5xc7 c8xc7
23. a2-c3 c7-c8
24. e1-f1 b6-b3
25. c3-b5 d7xb5
26. c4xb5 c5-c4
27. d2-b4 c4-c3
28. b4xc3 c8xc3
29. b2xc3 b3xa3
30. b1-d3 a3-c5
31. d1-a1 f6-d7
32. a1-a2 g7-f6
33. d3-f3 g8-g7
34. f1-b1 c5-b6
35. b1-a1 d7-c5
36. g1-h1 a8-a5
37. g2-g3 c5-b3
38. a1-b1 f6-g5
39. f3-g4 g5-d2
40. c3-c4 h7-h5
41. g4-f3 d2-g5
42. b1-d1 b6-c5
43. e2-f1 a5-a8
44. f3-c3 h5-h4
45. f1-h3 g5-d8
46. f2-f4 d8-f6
47. f4-f5 h4xg3
48. f5xg6 f7xg6
49. h2xg3 b3-d4
50. d1-f1 a4-a3
51. c3-d3 a8-a4
52. d3-e3 a4-a8
53. a2-f2 a8-f8
54. e3-d3 c5-b4
55. h3-e6 d4-b3
56. f2xf6 f8xf6
57. f1xf6 a3-a2
58. f6-f7+ g7-h8
59. f7-f1 b3-d4
60. d3-e3 h8-h7
61. f1-f7+ h7-g8
62. e3-g5 a2-a1+
63. f7-f1+ d4xe6
64. g5xg6+ g8-h8
65. f1xa1 b4-e1+
66. a1xe1 e6-f8
67. g6-h6+ h8-g8
68. e1-f1 f8-d7
69. h6-g6+ g8-h8
70. f1-f7 d7-f6
71. g6-g7++

Aside inputing the positions i kept getting beat real bad
Assuming that there arent that many newer chess engines out there that can dominate RYBKA 2.2 and up with the thought of maybe 1 or 2 like Shredder or something, I kept getting my butt whooped with this engine playing online chess against some other "person" in 4 minute and 2 minute games.  Can having a 64 bit program be the cause of this? or having a faster processor like 2 cores help with the computation comp vs comp heads up?  BTW: sounds like I cant play chess for real.  I can but am just having a little fun machine v machine.  Thanks for any input.
Parent - - By Cubeman (**) Date 2007-06-27 06:45
Someone else before had said that the Pentium 4 with hyperthreading was not much use for chess engines.I don't know for sure.
Parent - - By Michael Waesch Date 2007-06-27 06:56
Minimum requirements for meager engine chess results:

CPU: Quad CPU
Book: Good
EGTBs: Full 5 man set

Minimum requirements for average engine chess results:

CPU: Oct CPU
Book: Very Good
EGTBs: Full 5 man set + Selected 6 man (about 100 GB)

Minimum requirements for improved engine chess results:

CPU: Min 32 processors
Book: Excellent
EGTBs: Full 5 man set + Selected 6 man (about 400 GB)

Minimum requirements for somewhat good engine chess results:

CPU: Min 64 Processors
Book: Outstanding
EGTBs: Full 6 man set (1.2 TB)

P4? Single?

… to be disposed on the trash dump …

Mike
Parent - - By maxchgr (**) Date 2007-06-27 07:08
is that some sort of not very funny joke :s
Parent - - By Uly (Gold) Date 2007-06-27 07:11
No, Michael Waesch is always serious :)
Parent - By Maria flor de luna Date 2007-06-27 08:21
Im sure nobody here can beat a handicapped Rybka 1.2 in an old Pentium 1      :)
Parent - By John Hyden (*) Date 2007-06-27 09:30
Some additions:

Minimum requirements for somewhat currently best engine chess results:

CPU: BlueGene/L 130,000 Processors, http://www.top500.org/system/performance/7747
Book: Flawless
EGTB: Full 8-men (at least) or more

Minimum requirements for somewhat perfect engine chess results:

CPU: Unknown
Book: None
EGTB: All 32-men set
or
Someone Finally solves chess in a different way.
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