There is a new “official” release available of rofChade, version 2.1. Between version 2.0 and 2.1 multiple intermediate versions have been participating in different tournaments (TCEC, CCC, International GSEI web tournament, Swiss tournament and Graham’s Amateur Series).
In addition to multiple search optimizations, version 2.1 also contains syzygy Tablebase support via the fathom library. All the changes of version 2.1 are shown under the release tab.
A special thanks go to Ronald de Man, Basil Falcinelli and John Dart for making the implementation of endgame Tablebases (syzygy) a breeze, and to all the testers, who devote a lot of time in testing rofChade (and many other engines).
Finally, thanks to everybody who takes interest in rofChade!
A preliminary version of rofChade with regular evaluation terms has been participating in TCEC season 14, so it’s time to release an “official” version which is entitled version 2.0.
Version is a slightly enhanced version compared to the one that was competing at TCEC. For more details see the release page.
The Windows and Mac versions can be downloaded from the download page.
After the good results in the monthly HGM tournament is’t time to finally create the first official release of rofchade, entitled “rofchade 1.0”.
Windows and MacOs executables can be downloaded from the download page. After cleanup and restructuring of the sources I will also make the download of the sources available.