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Subject: Re: perft records

Author: Peter Fendrich

Date: 08:02:48 09/06/04

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On September 06, 2004 at 09:35:58, Rémi Coulom wrote:

>On September 06, 2004 at 07:43:51, Peter Fendrich wrote:
>>What free programs have the fastest perft and what are the figures?
>>Please, If you give figures also add processor, compiler and environment!
>>I want to compare with a new concept that isn't coded yet...
>Last time I tried, TCB's perft was twice faster than Crafty's. This is without
>hash table or any perft-specific optimizations. You can download tcb here and
>try by yourself:
>Here is how to do it from the command line.
>EngineControl-TCB-LowLevel>reset k/1/K w - -
>EngineControl-TCB-LowLevel>perft 1
>EngineControl-TCB-LowLevel>perft 3
>EngineControl-TCB-LowLevel>perft 6
>TCB uses 0X88 board representation. I am certain that a program written with the
>only objective to beat perft records would be a lot faster.

Thank you Rémi, I will download it.
In fact it is quite useless to compare completely different approaches, with
perft only, but I want to have some indication of how fast this new move
generation method really is.

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