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Michael Aigner    (2012-11-06)
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Hello everybody,
the computer chess enthusiast of the CSS forum are trying to organise a match "Houdini 3 versus Rybka Cluster".

The initiative came from the maintainer of the renowned IPON rating list. His estimation for two long games is 864 ducats. There more the better. I didn't observe how much was donated already, but quite a lot, and there is big enthusiasm about it. It seems that very good hardware for the Houdini side, and a way to collect the ducats at Playchess, have already been organized.

For details, see http://forum.computerschach.de/cgi-bin/mwf/topic_show.pl?tid=5093

(I guess Google translation can help if required, with the usual quirks.)

If somebody likes the idea it would be easy to participate there too.

All the best, Michael


Don Groves    (2012-11-17 12:14:43)
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After two games the score is Houdini (16 cores) 2, Rybka Cluster (64 cores) 0.


Thibault de Vassal    (2012-11-21 18:07:42)
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Bad start for Rybka, as expected.... thanks :)


Don Groves    (2012-11-22 06:53:18)
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The results are posted on Houdini's facebook page after each game. Friend it and you will get them as they occur.


Thibault de Vassal    (2012-12-06 11:28:11)
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After 4 games Houdini 3 leads by 3.5-0.5

Rybka Cluster - Houdini 3 (Game 3 - 2012/12/04): 1/2-1/2 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 g6 5. c4 d6 6. Be2 Nxd4 7. Qxd4 Nf6 8. Nc3 Bg7 9. Be3 O-O 10. Qd2 Qa5 11. f3 Be6 12. Rc1 Rfc8 13. b3 a6 14. Na4 Qxd2+ 15. Kxd2 Nd7 16. g4 Re8 17. h4 h6 18. Nc3 Nc5 19. b4 Nd7 20. Nd5 a5 21. b5 Rac8 22. f4 Bf6 23. b6 Bb2 24. Rc2 Bxd5 25. exd5 Ba3 26. h5 e5 27. hxg6 exf4 28. Bxf4 Re4 29. gxf7+ Kxf7 30. Bxh6 Nxb6 31. Kd3 Rexc4 32. Rxc4 Nxc4 33. Bf4 Kg7 34. Ke4 Re8+ 35. Kf3 Ne5+ 36. Kg3 Rc8 37. Rb1 Rc3+ 38. Kh4 Bb4 39. Rc1 Ng6+ 40. Kg5 Nxf4 41. Rxc3 Bxc3 42. Kxf4 a4 43. a3 Bb2 44. Kf5 Bxa3 45. Bb5 Bc1 46. Bxa4 Bd2 47. Be8 Bc3 48. g5 Bd4 49. Kg4 Be5 50. Bb5 Kg6 1/2-1/2.

Houdini 3 - Rybka Cluster (Game 4 - 2012/12/05): 1-0 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 e5 5. Nb5 d6 6. N1c3 Nf6 7. Bg5 a6 8. Na3 Be6 9. Nc4 Rc8 10. Bxf6 Qxf6 11. Nb6 Rb8 12. Ncd5 Qg6 13. Qd3 Be7 14. Nc7+ Kd8 15. Ncd5 f5 16. Qc3 fxe4 17. O-O-O Bxd5 18. Nxd5 Rc8 19. Kb1 Rf8 20. Qb3 b5 21. Qa3 Qg4 22. f3 exf3 23. Nxe7 Kxe7 24. Qxd6+ Kf7 25. gxf3 Qf5 26. Qd5+ Kf6 27. Bd3 Qe6 28. Qe4 g6 29. h4 Rcd8 30. a3 Rd7 31. h5 g5 32. h6 Nd4 33. Rhg1 Rfd8 34. Qe3 Rg8 35. Rde1 Qd5 36. Rg4 Qc5 37. Rg2 Qd5 38. Qg1 Qf7 39. Qf2 Rd5 40. c3 Ne6 41. Bc2 Nf4 42. Rg3 Rd7 43. Qe3 Qd5 44. Ka1 Re8 45. Rg4 Ne6 46. Bb1 Rc7 47. Ba2 Qc5 48. Qe4 Qd6 49. Rg2 b4 50. axb4 Nf4 51. Bb1 Qd7 52. Rd2 Qa4+ 53. Ba2 Qc6 54. Qc2 Rd7 55. Rxd7 Qxd7 56. Rd1 Qc7 57. Bb1 e4 58. Qa4 Qb8 59. Qd7 Re7 60. Rd6+ Ne6 61. Qc6 Qb5 62. Qxe4 Qe5 63. Qd3 Ra7 64. Rc6 a5 65. b5 Re7 66. b6 a4 67. Qd8 Kf7 68. Qc8 1-0.


Wayne Lowrance    (2012-12-07 02:08:16)
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Thibault I do not think that is as expected ! 16 cores vs 64 and posibly R5 togoot;


Don Groves    (2012-12-07 04:45:16)
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It's not unexpected either, Wayne. Houdini 3 has been getting rave reviews.


Garvin Gray    (2012-12-08 18:04:49)
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Wayne, so does that mean they are not playing with equal equipment?

So Houdini has a massive computing power advantage?


Robert Knighton    (2012-12-09 16:18:29)
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pretty sure Rybka cluster has the superior equipment.


Don Groves    (2012-12-11 04:19:10)
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The Rybka cluster is a 64-core monster. Houdini is running on a 16-core system.


Michael Aigner    (2012-12-19 17:17:23)
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Final standing: 4,5 : 1,5 for H3 But finaly Cluster Rybka was able to win a game :-)

[Event "105m+15s, unrated"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2012.12.18"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Felix 2, Houdini 3 Pro x64"]
[Black "TryMe, Rybka Cluster 64 Cor"]
[Result "0-1"]
[PlyCount "201"]
[EventDate "2012.12.18"]
[TimeControl "6300+15"]

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 {0.34/28 249} dxe4 {0.21/23 216} 4. Nxe4 {0.33/29 0}
Nf6 {0.21/23 186 (Lf5)} 5. Nxf6+ {0.32/29 284} exf6 {0.21/24 0} 6. Nf3 {0.34/
29 154} Na6 {0.19/23 28} 7. a3 {0.34/29 122} Nc7 {0.17/24 60} 8. Bd3 {0.30/29
73} Qe7+ {0.16/24 250} 9. Be2 {0.31/31 0} Bf5 {0.18/25 261} 10. O-O {0.29/30 40
} Qd7 {0.16/25 128} 11. Nh4 {0.34/30 180 (c4)} Be6 {0.16/23 166} 12. c4 {0.28/
29 0} b5 {0.16/22 281 (Ld6)} 13. Re1 {0.27/27 197 (Lf4)} bxc4 {0.05/22 281
(Le7)} 14. Bxc4 {0.28/27 118} g6 {0.04/23 9} 15. Bd2 {0.16/28 564} Be7 {0.03/
24 0} 16. Rc1 {0.16/27 120 (Lxe6)} O-O {-0.01/22 229} 17. Nf3 {0.13/28 75} a5 {
-0.03/22 183 (Tfc8)} 18. Bf4 {0.04/25 142 (Dc2)} Bd6 {-0.15/23 370} 19. Bxe6 {
0.03/28 0} Nxe6 {-0.16/20 31} 20. Be3 {0.00/28 88 (Ld2)} Rfb8 {-0.13/21 269
(Tfc8)} 21. Qc2 {0.00/28 213} Ra6 {-0.14/23 1 (Tc8)} 22. Qe2 {0.05/26 134 (Dc4)
} Qb7 {-0.19/23 186 (Taa8)} 23. Rc2 {-0.04/28 250 (g3)} Rd8 {-0.19/23 338 (Lf8)
} 24. h3 {-0.06/26 88} Be7 {-0.20/22 47 (Lf8)} 25. h4 {-0.04/25 116 (Dd2)} Rd7
{-0.26/24 331 (Td5)} 26. Rc4 {-0.07/26 98 (Dd1)} Rb6 {-0.29/23 190} 27. Bc1 {
-0.11/30 0} Rd5 {-0.28/23 143} 28. Qd2 {-0.11/29 188 (Dc2)} Bd6 {-0.29/23 237
(Lf8)} 29. Qc2 {-0.19/25 141} Kg7 {-0.29/22 0} 30. Re4 {-0.23/24 104 (Te2)}
Rdb5 {-0.34/22 231} 31. Qd1 {-0.21/26 0 (Te1)} Bb8 {-0.43/24 269 (Th5)} 32. Qd2
{-0.26/25 82} Qd7 {-0.40/20 0 (Td5)} 33. Qc2 {-0.29/26 204 (Dh6+)} Qd5 {-0.46/
24 131} 34. Qe2 {-0.36/27 0 (Te3)} h6 {-0.68/21 127 (Lc7)} 35. Rc3 {-0.54/25
164 (Te3)} g5 {-0.91/21 121} 36. g3 {-0.81/27 326 (De1)} f5 {-1.15/22 180} 37.
Rxe6 {-0.59/29 0} Qxe6 {-1.16/22 11} 38. Qxe6 {-0.71/30 137} fxe6 {-1.08/25 0}
39. hxg5 {-0.57/29 0} hxg5 {-1.06/25 15} 40. Nxg5 {-0.57/30 53} Kf6 {-1.08/25
39} 41. Rc4 {-0.62/30 57} Rb3 {-1.08/25 32 (Ld6)} 42. Kg2 {-0.49/30 67} e5 {-1.
07/24 0} 43. Nf3 {-0.51/30 55} e4 {-1.07/25 0} 44. Ng1 {-0.48/31 98} Rd3 {-1.
11/27 56 (Ke6)} 45. Ne2 {-0.53/31 55} Ke6 {-1.08/25 0} 46. Rc5 {-0.55/30 53}
Ra6 {-1.08/26 35} 47. Rc4 {-0.52/30 37} Rb3 {-1.08/26 14} 48. Nc3 {-0.56/28 53
(Tc2)} Bd6 {-1.08/25 78} 49. Kf1 {-0.55/30 0} Ra8 {-1.16/23 58} 50. Na4 {-0.55/
29 4} Rh8 {-1.21/22 52 (Kd7)} 51. Be3 {-0.61/28 59} Kf7 {-1.33/22 17 (Kd7)} 52.
Rxc6 {-0.55/27 51} Bxg3 {-1.45/23 0} 53. Rc5 {-0.99/30 213} f4 {-1.69/26 0} 54.
Bxf4 {-0.99/28 1} Bxf4 {-1.69/26 7} 55. Rf5+ {-0.99/28 4} Ke6 {-1.67/26 7} 56.
Rxf4 {-0.99/28 0} Kd5 {-1.72/27 8} 57. Ke2 {-0.97/31 45 (Sc3+)} Kxd4 {-1.86/25
37} 58. Rf7 {-0.94/31 25} Rh2 {-2.24/24 23 (Th5)} 59. Rd7+ {-1.87/27 45} Kc4 {
-2.11/23 0} 60. Re7 {-2.01/29 103} Rbh3 {-2.53/25 0} 61. Rxe4+ {-1.86/29 61}
Kb3 {-2.58/24 0} 62. Nc5+ {-1.97/30 107 (Sb6)} Kxb2 {-2.55/24 12} 63. a4 {-2.
10/27 31} Kc3 {-2.51/24 24} 64. Re8 {-2.22/29 25 (Se6)} Kb4 {-2.78/23 53} 65.
Nd3+ {-2.30/28 0 (Sb7)} Kxa4 {-2.81/22 5} 66. Rb8 {-2.42/30 53} Rh4 {-2.98/25
0 (Ka3)} 67. Kd2 {-3.12/30 222} R2h3 {-3.30/25 0} 68. Rf8 {-3.07/28 37 (Tc8)}
Rd4 {-3.76/23 71 (Kb3)} 69. f3 {-2.94/25 14} Rh5 {-3.68/23 16 (Thh4)} 70. Kc3 {
-3.12/29 51} Rhd5 {-3.81/24 0} 71. Nb2+ {-3.21/29 34} Kb5 {-3.90/25 0} 72. Rb8+
{-3.23/30 35} Kc6 {-3.96/26 0} 73. Rc8+ {-3.31/29 48} Kd7 {-4.04/27 0} 74. Rf8
{-3.73/31 166} Rb4 {-4.38/26 0 (Ke7)} 75. Nd3 {-3.36/29 38} Ra4 {-4.21/22 0}
76. Kb3 {-3.37/29 31 (Sf4)} Rad4 {-4.24/23 14} 77. Nf2 {-3.43/31 20} a4+ {-4.
50/26 16} 78. Kc3 {-5.40/30 144} Kc7 {-7.45/27 59} 79. Ne4 {-6.34/29 75} a3 {
-7.46/25 63} 80. Ra8 {-6.34/32 0} Rd3+ {-5.11/15 2} 81. Kc2 {-6.52/32 28} Kb7 {
-12.55/22 0} 82. Ra4 {-8.77/32 122} R5d4 {-24.25/25 0} 83. Ra5 {-8.79/31 74}
Kb6 {-32.02/26 0} 84. Ra8 {-10.20/28 45} Rd8 {-61.24/26 0} 85. Ra4 {-11.82/31
46} Kb5 {-62.63/26 0} 86. Ra7 {-7.47/28 38} Kb4 {-60.64/27 103} 87. Rb7+ {-13.
80/27 0} Kc4 {-23.29/26 1} 88. Ra7 {-13.80/22 9 (f4)} Rc8 {-#18/24 351 (Te3)}
89. Kb1 {-13.79/28 24} Rb8+ {-#16/26 171 (Th8)} 90. Kc1 {-10.99/26 23 (Ka1)}
Kd4 {-#17/24 182 (Kb4)} 91. Rd7+ {-12.22/29 73} Ke3 {-#16/26 0} 92. Re7 {-12.
22/25 7} Rc8+ {-#15/29 83 (Kxf3)} 93. Kb1 {-19.95/27 10} Kxf3 {-#15/29 75} 94.
Ng5+ {-#22/35 0} Kf4 {-77.98/20 1} 95. Ne6+ {-#19/34 20} Kf5 {-#13/28 61} 96.
Ng7+ {-#19/34 23} Kg6 {-#13/29 55} 97. Re6+ {-#17/33 0 (Te8)} Kxg7 {-#12/32 135
} 98. Re2 {-#15/39 0} Kg6 {-#11/32 94 (Kf6)} 99. Rf2 {-#15/38 89 (Th2)} Kg5 {
-#11/37 108 (Tcd8)} 100. Ka1 {-#14/36 28 (Ka2)} Kh4 {-#10/39 69 (Kg4)} 101. Rg2
{-#13/36 6 (Te2) Felix 2,Houdini 3 Pro x64 gibt auf (Lag: Av=0.24s, max=0.8s)}
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Thibault de Vassal    (2012-12-19 21:36:25)
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