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The latest CCRL Rating Lists and Statistics are available for viewing from the following links:
http://computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/4040.live/ (40/40)
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404.live/ (40/4)
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404FRC/ (FRC 40/4)

The links to the various rating lists can be found just beneath the default Best Versions list (as in this screenshot). Specific 32-bit rating lists are denoted as such to the right of the default list in each category. The default lists contain the 64-bit engines.

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All games are available for download by engine, by month or by ECO code, but you will need to remove the .live from the links if you wish to access these (for example http://computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/4040 ). The download databases by month or ECO code are only updated monthly, but the total games database in its entirety is always available.

Custom lists of engines can be selected for comparison.

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Thanks Graham! Great work as usual..
There is an important question that needs to be asked: What about RobboLito 0.10 SMP, Fire, Vitruvius and the all family? bigsmile Your decision based on what?

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Steve.R wrote:
Thanks Graham! Great work as usual..
There is an important question that needs to be asked: What about RobboLito 0.10 SMP, Fire, Vitruvius and the all family? bigsmile Your decision based on what?


Not my decision. I'm only one of many testers.

Personally though, I think that there are many engines of differing strengths to test and it would seem a bit wasteful to have too many engines from the same family taking testing time away from others.

Most of the testing results that get reported on the various forums seem to concentrate on the top engines only, whereas as a group, we try to give encouragement to the authors of other engines too.

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GrahamB wrote:
Steve.R wrote:
Thanks Graham! Great work as usual..
There is an important question that needs to be asked: What about RobboLito 0.10 SMP, Fire, Vitruvius and the all family? bigsmile Your decision based on what?


Not my decision. I'm only one of many testers.

Personally though, I think that there are many engines of differing strengths to test and it would seem a bit wasteful to have too many engines from the same family taking testing time away from others.

Most of the testing results that get reported on the various forums seem to concentrate on the top engines only, whereas as a group, we try to give encouragement to the authors of other engines too.

Agreed...

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