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Subject: Re: Hiarcs settings question

Author: Per Jørgensen

Date: 08:48:15 03/07/06

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On March 07, 2006 at 11:38:48, Dom Leste wrote:

>Hi guys,
>
>I see on a few rating lists the Testers using Hypermodern setting is this
>stronger then the default setting?

Hi Dom!

I think so. However the difference between Hypermodern ON and OFF isn't very
big. The biggest diffeence I've seen so far is app. 20 ELO-points. Check out the
CEGT-rating, they are testing both versions. You should also know that SSDF is
testing with Hypermodern ON. I myself am also testing with Hypermodern ON and
with some success I guess:

 Program                  Elo    +   -   Games   Score   Av.Op.  Draws

  1 Hiarcs 10             2770   35  35   300    65.0 %   2662   26.7 %
  2 Fruit 2.2.1           2768   34  34   300    64.8 %   2662   29.0 %
  3 Toga II 1.1a          2754   33  33   300    62.8 %   2663   32.3 %
  4 Shredder 9            2728   34  34   300    59.0 %   2665   27.3 %
  5 Fritz 9               2726   34  34   300    58.7 %   2665   27.3 %
  6 Spike 1.1             2709   33  33   300    56.2 %   2666   32.3 %
  7 The King 3.33         2673   33  33   300    50.7 %   2668   30.7 %
  8 SmarThink 1.00        2659   33  33   300    48.5 %   2669   30.3 %
  9 Ktulu 7.5             2655   34  34   300    47.8 %   2670   25.0 %
 10 Pro Deo 1.1           2634   34  34   300    44.7 %   2671   25.3 %
 11 Gandalf 6.0           2614   33  33   300    41.7 %   2672   30.0 %
 12 Junior 9              2613   35  35   300    41.5 %   2672   23.7 %
 13 Loop List 600         2609   35  35   300    41.0 %   2673   22.0 %
 14 Naum 1.91             2606   32  32   300    40.5 %   2673   33.7 %
 15 Glaurung 1.0.1        2597   35  35   300    39.2 %   2674   23.0 %
 16 Ruffian 2.1.0         2589   33  33   300    38.0 %   2674   30.7 %

Regards
Per




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