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Stockfish and Komodo share the lead after 11 rounds

stockfish-4Stockfish and Komodo are provisional leaders of Stage 2 of the top computer chess championship TCEC. The two engines are with 8,5/11, with Stockfish holding the better tiebreak at the moment.

The are closely followed by Gull 2.2 with 8,0/11, and the ex-leader Hiarcs with 7,5/11.

The top seeded Houdini is finally catching up with the leaders’s pack, sharing 5th-6th with the Stage 1 winner Bouquet, both with 7,0/11.

A total of ten engines will qualify for Stage 3 of TCEC. The fight in the remaining rounds will be fierce and there is high chance that a 3000+ ELO participant can be out of the competition at this early stage. Rybka and Critter are closest to qualification with 5,5/11, Naum (2978 ELO) is with 5,0/11. Shredder, Spike, Spark, and Junior all share the 10th position, with Equinox and Jonny 1/2 points behind.

Currently round 12 is underway, follow the top games at the official live page.

Current live game Jonny – Houdini, next up Equinox – Onno and the 3000+ ELO battle Komodo – Bouquet Watch the live games here / Visit the official website

 

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Standings after round 11

Engine ELO Points
1 Stockfish 3098 8.5
2 Komodo 3086 8.5
3 Gull 2 3063 8
4 Hiarcs 2979 7.5
5 Bouquet 1.8a 3069 7
6 Houdini 3146 7
7 Rybka 4 3092 5.5
8 Critter 1.6a 3072 5.5
9 Naum 4 2978 5
10 Shredder 2942 4.5
11 Spike 1 2921 4.5
12 Spark 2889 4.5
13 Junior 13 2913 4.5
14 Equinox 2b 3051 4
15 Jonny 2789 4
16 Tornado 2830 3
17 Toga II 2857 2.5
18 Onno 1 2834 2.5
19 Exchess 7.15b 2702 2.5

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