Tournament points: 176,005
Team leader: Ajile
A team for participants of the Lichess Bots Championship and fans. Only the participants are allowed to post results of the matches.
Currently you unfortunately have to click on the posts and "Forum" to see all of the replies in a team forum. The most important post on this forum is the one about the rules of the Lichess Bots Championship.
I hope everyone will enjoy the tournament!
No problem at all. Off-topic was missing in the team forum.
Dear fellow chess engine owners, I have here at lichess two team. I invite you to join both. One, of course, is the Xadreco Dev Team. https://lichess.org/team/xadreco-devs You all are fit
Dear @ajile , If you don't mind, I create this topic so we can share other things with friends here registered in this championship. Diverse things, like what do you do, if you have anything lik
Should these all have the same structure? If not, here is mine: Most of the time my bot will only accept games from friends, I will try as soon as possible after the pairings are released to add you
LeelaChess vs SwitchBot (Xiphos 0.4): https://lichess.org/OLNU9Lrcvy3S
Pure Python engine used in PyChess GUI https://github.com/pychess/pychess. Plays all variants available on FICS/ICC/Lichess (except bughouse) + placement, asean, cambodian, makruk, sittuyin. Hosted o
Adding to #2: ponder (off); hash (16); openning book (yes). Correcting #6: 22(a, b, c). In ethercalc.org/71jfmfuu762m: I think 'pondering' is a relevant data to stay in this table.
Toshiba Celeron 2.16GHz with single core. Iterative deepening, transpositon tables, move ordering, quiescence search, piece square tables. Works with 7 piece types: K, Q, R, B, N, WP and BP. (Whi
Raven is an engine I wrote in Python. It uses the python-chess library for board representation, move generation and making/unmaking, and for opening book and endgame tablebase. It uses a negamax sear