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Subject: Re: Sensational result for Toga 1.2 beta 2! Premature comment

Author: Per Jørgensen

Date: 02:18:15 03/08/06

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On March 08, 2006 at 05:06:24, Marc Lacrosse wrote:

>On March 08, 2006 at 04:19:49, Per Jørgensen wrote:
>
>>Hi everyone!
>
>>I just read about a sensational result for Toga 1.2 beta 2 in the german
>>chessforum CSS. I take the liberty to copy the post and bring it here:
>>
>>amd64 3000+
>>nForce4 sli deluxe
>>1gb ram
>>WinXP64bit Professional
>>Arena GUI
>>Arena mainbook(auf 18 halbzüge begrenzt)
>>Ponder on
>>no EGTB
>>Hashtables Rybka 146mb Toga 132mb
>>
>>60 partien a 5min blitz
>>Rybka v1.01 Beta 13d.w32 30,5/60
>>0=111101=0010010=1====1=0==011110=1110000=100==01=011=001=01
>>Toga 1.2beta2 win32 29,5/60
>>1=000010=1101101=0====0=1==100001=0001111=011==10=100=110=10
>>
>>29½-30½ against the newest Rybka beta-version is simply sensational! Perhaps
>>Toga will be the first engine to challenge the current superiority of Rybka?
>>
>
>Interesting but ...
>
>1. Why is rybka 32 bits used under winXP64 instead of the much stronger rybka 64
>?
>2. Why is rybka used without its own J Noomen book ?
>3. (Do questions 1. and 2. mean that the tester used a pirated copy of Rybka?).
>  ...this one is not really a question ... :-)
>4. Should private tests of unavailable private versions be publicly commented
>without anybody but a few selected persons having the opportunity to assess and
>control the results ?
>5. Toga 1.2 beta2 has new adjustable parameters : what were the values used for
>the test ?
>6. 60 blitz games is evidently a much too small test for claiming any evidence.
>I heard of other tests running with an already much larger number of games where
>Toga 1.2b2 is being crushed by Rybka 32 bits. I suppose this is precisely the
>reason why Thomas Gaksch did not made this beta version public yet.
>
>So let's wait a little bit.
>
>Marc

Hello Marc!

I admit that one cannot conclude anything based on one single test. Needless to
say, there are many questions you can ask regarding the test I'm referring to.
Having said that I still find this single testresult very interesting and that's
why I decided to post it here in this Forum. The next Toga-version might be a
small improvement compared to Toga II 1.1a and it might be a big one. I hope the
latter :-)

Best regards
Per



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