@Andres wrote:Quoting the readme:Marek Kwiatkowski wrote:There is possible to download Sting 1.0 beta (WINDOWS-32) from
In my intention, Sting should "immediately" find some very difficult for engines and
obvious (often, but not always) for a human sacrifices, thus should return much more reliable analysis.
It works exactly like Stockfish, but with an added sensitive (option) detection of good sacrifices (in midle-game and endgame).
All changes in code don't clash with the Stockfish's source code,
and because it is advisable to use my idea on high depths (or "disabled" in option), a possible drop of strength (good compilation), even if it is impossible to get a profit from this in play, can be a few points only.
My compilation of the beta version is very unprofessional, thus the beta is slower than Stockfish 1.8.
But, of course, the main goal of this (I HOPE I AM WRONG) is other than ELO points.
Sting works with an option: "Sacrifice detection" 0 - 8 (0 = disabled, default = 8).
Have a good time with Sting!Sting 1.0 beta is a chess engine (for Windows 32) based on Stockfish 1.8 and free software.
Sting is free for non-commercial use. It can be downloaded and
used for playing chess games and analysis of chess positions.
This license does not grant any right of additional use other than the
The software is provided "as is", without any warranty.
I did a mistake.... I deleted topic... So I apologize to everybody... Sorry...