Rybka 4 wins ICT10

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Thibault de Vassal    (2010-06-02)
Rybka 4 wins ICT10

Rybka 4 just won the latest edition of the International Computer Chess Tournament (ICT10, 10th edition) ahead of Deep Sjeng (surprise!?) and far from the other Chessbase engines: Hiarcs, Deep Shredder and Deep Junior...

Interesting to see that Rybka (by Vasik Rajlich) only lost to Deep Sjeng (by Gian-Carlo Pascutto) and won all the other games, including against the well known Hiarcs (by Mark Uniacke) and Shredder (by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen).

Rybka 8/9
Deep Sjeng 7/9
Hiarcs 6/9
Deep Shredder 6/9
Deep Junior 5.5/9
Komodo 5/9

The other participants were Pandix, The Baron, Spark, The King, Kallisto, Almond, RedQueen and Joker.


Wayne Lowrance    (2010-06-02 16:52:10)
Rybka 4 wins ICT10

And, the one loss came about by Server failure

Thibault de Vassal    (2010-06-02 17:57:22)
Rybka 4 wins ICT10

Oh ok, thanks for the information... I didn't see that. Now I understand :)

Tano-Urayoan Russi Roman    (2010-06-02 20:44:57)
Rybka 4 wins ICT10

It was not Rybka 4, it was Rybka 4b3 cluster and is really different from Rybka 4.
From the chessbase note:“Note that both Rybka and Sjeng played on 128 core clusters; Junior and Hiarcs each had 12 cores, Shredder had eight.”





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