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Crafty (Computer) vs Deep Junior (Computer)
WMCCC (2001), Maastricht NED, rd 3, Aug-20
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  0-1

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Aug-10-03
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  patzer2: Apparently Crafty is well behind Deep Junior, Shredder and Fritz 8 in playing strength. The following web site, although in German shows the standings from the relative strength of the programs from tourment competition among these chess playing programs:

http://www.beepworld.de/members46/r...

Aug-10-03
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  Sneaky: All of that just has to do with nps (nodes per second) ... clearly a more efficient algorithm that can analyze 1,000,000 nodes per second would beat slow code which only does half that amount.

If chessgames.com had Fritz or Junior as their built-in engine, there is no guarantee that the analysis quality would improve. It would be fun, though, to see alternate engines chime in.

Aug-10-03  PVS: Is Fritz the only one of the three which can be run on a PC?
Aug-10-03  Benjamin Lau: Fritz and Junior can both be run on high end PCs. I think Crafty can too, but I'm not too sure.
Aug-10-03
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  patzer2: Fritz 8 and Crafty can be run on a PC. Junior 8 runs best on multiprocessors, but can run on a single processor. Speaking of strong chess programs, take a look at this new program/smart chip Brutus, which is crushing GMs like Patzers:

http://www.chessbase.com/games/2003...

Feb-06-10  Bondsamir: the name of the game should be
DUMB vs DUMBER.

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