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Joined: Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:49 pm
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 Post subject: Top-rated Computer Battles
PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 9:03 pm 
Hi everyone,

I'm very interested in artificial intelligence and I've been creating some top-rated chess engine matches. These so far include engines such as Rybka, Fritz, Shredder, Houdini, Stockfish, Naum and Junior. Please check out my YouTube channel:

I'd love to know what people think and how I could improve these matches. Music suggestions, game suggestions and time control suggestiong would be very useful, but I do not have every engine because they are very expensive.

I have predominantly been using the following time controls: Blitz 2m (+ 45 per move), and each game usually lasts for a couple of hours, which is pretty long, but I'm probably going to use the following controls for my future matches:

Long Game
Control 1: 10m+30s (for the first 40 moves)
Control 2: 60s/move after the 40th move instead of 30s

This would make the games even longer. Thanks all.

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