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Chess engines - Wikipedia
Chess engine evaluation is a very complicated topic, and is the subject of active ongoing research.
The Internet Chess Club (ICC) web site provides live games with commentary, replay of games, and scores, and results of all the ICC tournaments for a given year. The site also includes information on chess engines. The programs are evaluated by an ICC panel which checks the engines for accuracy of calculation, overall style, and, to a lesser extent, tactics.
Most ICC competitions involve a limited time period, with games being played by a variety of engines. An ICC championship tournament (known as a "league") involves one engine per day playing against the others in a round-robin format. There are two types of leagues: gold leagues have restricted entry for invited players and no entry for unrated players, and silver leagues are for all players.
In an ICC league tournament, each engine is given a score from 0 to 10 for each game. The scores are summed and divided by the number of games to give the average score for each engine. The engine with the best average is the winner.
The ICC also publishes the results of individual games that are played in a league or a tournament. It is the engine's job to report this information when asked.
The official release of the 1.0 engine is April, 2000, and the entry list is in the March, 2000, newsletter. The engines were to have been chosen by a panel of judges from the top players in the field.
However, the voting scheme was widely criticized for being badly flawed and creating a bizarrely skewed result. For example, Larry Kaufman, then the strongest American player, was ranked 8th by the judges. However, he was ranked 58th on the list of potential engines.
A very similar result was seen in the second round of the USCF Open, where the eventual winner, Varuzhan Akobian, was chosen in 2nd place by the judges, and ranked first on the list of potential engines.
With the arrival of time-sharing in the form of the Pentium III, the World Computer Chess Championship in 2001 was taken over 0b46394aab