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The 30th Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship took place November 26-28, 2010, Denksportcentrum Leiden. Twenty Participants played a nine round Swiss tournament, 90 minutes per game and side.

Final Standing

[1]
#
Program
CC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P
SOS
SoDOS
1
Rybka
US
18w1
2b1
4w1
7b1
3w1
5b½
6w1
9b1
10w1

46
43¼
2
Spike
DE
11b1
1w0
10b1
6b½
4w½
8w½
12b1
3b½
7w1
6
49½
29¾
3
Deep Sjeng
BE
16w1
5b1
7w½
4b½
1b0
9w1
10b½
2w½
12b1
6
48½
29¼
4
Hiarcs
GB
19b1
8w1
1b0
3w½
2b½
7b½
5w½
11w1
14b1
6
46
26¼
5
Spark
NL
12b1
3w0
11b1
9w½
8b1
1w½
4b½
10w½
6w½

49½
28¾
6
Deep Shredder
DE
10b½
9w1
8b½
2w½
12b1
11w½
1b0
13w1
5b½

48
26¾
7
Jonny
DE
15w1
14b1
3b½
1w0
10b½
4w½
11b½
8w1
2b0
5
48½
23½
8
The Baron
NL
17w1
4b0
6w½
15b1
5w0
2b½
14w1
7b0
20w1
5
40
17¾
9
The King
NL
20w1
6b0
14w½
5b½
15w1
3b0
18w1
1w0
19b1
5
38½
13¾
10
Scaramanga (Now)
US
6w½
18b1
2w0
14b½
7w½
17b1
3w½
5b½
1b0

46
18½
11
Nightmare
NL
2w0
18b1
5w0
16b1
14w1
6b½
7w½
4b0
15w½

40½
15¾
12
Rookie
NL
5w0
16b½
17w1
18b1
6w0
13b1
2w0
15b1
3w0

40½
15¾
13
RedQueen
BR
14w0
15b½
16w½
17b½
19w1
12w0
20b1
6b0
18w1

29½
10¼
14
Hermann
DE
13b1
7w0
9b½
10w½
11b0
16w1
8b0
19w1
4w0
4
39½
14¼
15
GoldBar
NL
7b0
13w½
19b1
8w0
9b0
20w1
17b1
12b0
11b½
4
34
10
16
Kallisto
NL
3b0
12w½
13b½
11w0
18w½
14b0
19b1
20b0
17b1

31½
10¼
17
Joker
NL
8b0
19w½
12b0
13w½
20b1
10w0
15w0
18b1
16w0
3
31

18
Hansdamf
DE
1b0
10w0
20b1
12w0
16b½
19w1
9b0
17w0
13b0

36

19
Fridolin
DE
4w0
17b½
15w0
20w1
13b0
18b0
16w0
14b0
9w0

33½

20
Dolphin
VN
9b0
11w0
18w0
19b0
17w0
15b0
13w0
16b1
8b0
1
33½


Participants

[2]
Program
CC
Hardware
Author(s)
Operator
Deep Shredder
DE
12 Core Intel Nehalem Cluster
Stefan Meyer-Kahlen

Deep Sjeng
BE
Cluster 32x8 AMD Opteron, 2.4 GHz
Gian-Carlo Pascutto, Erdogan Günes (book)
Timo Haupt
Dolphin
VN
E8600 Intel Core Duo 4 Ghz, 1 Core
Nguyen Viet Huy
Tessa Pijl
Fridolin
DE
Intel Quad-Core
Christian Sommerfeld

GoldBar
NL
Core I7, 4 Cores 3.6 GHz
Bart Goldhoorn, Joost Buijs
Bart Goldhoorn
Hansdamf
DE
AMD K8x2 2.2 GHz, 2 Cores
Gerd Isenberg

Hermann
DE
Core I7 860, 8 GB, 4 Cores
Volker Annuss

Hiarcs
GB
12 Intel Cores, 3.33 GHz
Mark Uniacke
Harvey Williamson
Joker
NL
Intel Core2Duo 4 Ghz, 1 Core
Harm Geert Muller

Jonny
DE
Cluster 800 Cores Intel I7 , 2.2 Ghz
Johannes Zwanzger

Kallisto
NL
Intel CoreDuo 1.8 GHz, 1 Core
Bart Weststrate

Nightmare
NL
Core i7 980X, 6 Cores, 3.6 GHz
Joost Buijs

Rookie
NL
6 Core AMD Phenom II 3.7 GHz
Marcel van Kervinck

RedQueen
BR
Core I7 720QM 2.8 GHz, 4 GB, 1 core
Ben-Hur Carlos Vieira Langoni Junior

Rybka
US
260 Intel Nehalem Cores, 2.93 Ghz and up
Vasik Rajlich, Jiří Dufek (book)
Hans van der Zijden
Scaramanga a Clone of Now [3]
US
Core I5, 1 Core
Richard Hall [4], Valery Maes (book), Mark Lefler
Hans Secelle
Spark
NL
Quad Core I7 2.6 Ghz
Allard Siemelink

Spike
DE
AMD Phenom X6, 6x2.8 GHz, 4GB RAM
Volker Böhm, Ralf Schäfer

The Baron
NL
Dual Intel Xeon W5580
Richard Pijl, Sebastian Böhme (book)
Richard Pijl
The King
NL
Intel Core2Duo 2.4 GHz, 1 Core
Johan de Koning


Photos

[5]
MarcelPPrize.jpg
Marcel van Kervinck receives the Programmer's Prize [6] by CSVN chairman Cock de Gorter

WinnersDOCCC2010.jpg
Winners 2010: Timo Haupt, Harvey Williamson, Hans van der Zijden, Ralf Schäfer and Volker Böhm

Forum Posts


External Links


References

  1. ^ 30th ODCCC Final Results
  2. ^ 30th ONK 2010 Leiden: List of participants
  3. ^ Scaramanga is a Clone by Harvey Williamson, Hiarcs Forum, Dec 31, 2010
  4. ^ False name and not a program writer, Bedrog (Fraud) CSVN site (Dutch), translated by Babel Fish
  5. ^ 30th ODCCC Final Results - Images
  6. ^ Programmersprize 2010

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