Tournament draughts programs

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Krzysztof Grzelak
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Re: Tournament draughts programs

Post by Krzysztof Grzelak » Mon Jul 18, 2016 21:51

Wishmaster wrote:I am unfortunately not good enough to help with live broadcast, but I believe it would still be interesting to have the games available online, even if it is not live. Would it be possible to publish a PDN with the games?

And is it a deliberate choice not to post it on Toernooibase or is that just because it is an organisational issue? If it is the latter, I will be happy to add the games in Toernooibase for you, if you can send me the notations in PDN.
What the party is always shared with the entry of the party on the date of completion of the tournament - tomorrow parties of tournament will be made available. Although the parties are honest and sincere played I do not know whether it is the interests of the masters of Toernooibase. The other thing, and it also must be honestly write that in the tournament are all programs in the latest versions in addition to the program Damage. Although this is the last version of the program available to the public to know that this is not the latest version Damage, is that it was the old version of the program. I do not want simply to Bert Tuyt on me angry that if the parties will be published in Toernooibase for example, is that it was the old version of the program.

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Re: Tournament draughts programs

Post by Wishmaster » Mon Jul 18, 2016 22:45

Krzysztof Grzelak wrote:What the party is always shared with the entry of the party on the date of completion of the tournament - tomorrow parties of tournament will be made available. Although the parties are honest and sincere played I do not know whether it is the interests of the masters of Toernooibase. The other thing, and it also must be honestly write that in the tournament are all programs in the latest versions in addition to the program Damage. Although this is the last version of the program available to the public to know that this is not the latest version Damage, is that it was the old version of the program. I do not want simply to Bert Tuyt on me angry that if the parties will be published in Toernooibase for example, is that it was the old version of the program.
I have contacted Piet Bouma, and he indicated that since this is not an official, but a private tournament, he thinks it's not so valuable for Toernooibase, so I will not add the games on Toernooibase, and just keep them for my personal archive after they are released tomorrow.
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Re: Tournament draughts programs

Post by Krzysztof Grzelak » Mon Jul 18, 2016 22:53

Wishmaster wrote:I have contacted Piet Bouma, and he indicated that since this is not an official, but a private tournament, he thinks it's not so valuable for Toernooibase, so I will not add the games on Toernooibase, and just keep them for my personal archive after they are released tomorrow.
I understand and thank you for the information.

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Round 9 Tournament

Post by Krzysztof Grzelak » Tue Jul 19, 2016 17:14

Results Round 9.

Kingsrow 1.58 - Truus voor Windows 1.0 1-1

Moby Dam - Horizon 4.5 2-0

Scan 2.0 - Flits 3.02 1-1

Sjende Blyn - Dragon 4.5.2 1-1

Tornado 7.07 - Damage 5.0 2-0

More details on the tournament website http://www.chessarbiter.com/turnieje_wa ... 16/f_4316/

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Completion of the tournament

Post by Krzysztof Grzelak » Tue Jul 19, 2016 17:40

Completion of the tournament.

Kindly announce that the tournament " Tournament draughts programs " has been completed. The tournament ended in victory for the program Scan. Congratulations Fabien Letouzey. Congratulations also to Ed Gilbert for second place in the tournament and the third place for Jelle Wiersma. I also thank the other programs for participating in the tournament. Places programs in the tournament. More details about the tournament, I invite for side http://www.chessarbiter.com/turnieje_wa ... 16/f_4316/


1. Scan 2.0
2. Kingsrow 1.58
3. Sjende Blyn
4. Truus voor Windows 1.0
5. Dragon 4.5.2
6. Flits 3.02
7. Moby Dam
8. Tornado 7.07
9. Horizon 4.5
10. Damage 5.0


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Re: Tournament draughts programs

Post by Jelle Wiersma » Tue Jul 19, 2016 17:52

My congratulations to Fabien!
@Ed: Do you use the same kind of learning technology as Fabien?

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Re: Tournament draughts programs

Post by Ed Gilbert » Tue Jul 19, 2016 19:07

Jelle Wiersma wrote: @Ed: Do you use the same kind of learning technology as Fabien?
I think so. I described it in this post: viewtopic.php?f=53&t=6808&start=15#p114452

If you're interested to try it, send me an email and I will send you a link to install kingsrow.

-- Ed

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