[Computer-go] Weak bots to run on CGOS

Urban Hafner contact at urbanhafner.com
Fri Mar 20 05:11:21 PDT 2015

So, I now have a new version of my bot running on CGOS (
http://cgos.boardspace.net/13x13/cross/Imrscl-016-AMAF.html). It's still
considerably weaker than GnuGo so I'm pretty sure it will loose all games
against it. However, it's now much stronger than any other bot running on
CGOS and I guess it will be hard to get a good rating. Are there any bots
that I could run that are weaker than GnuGo, but not that much weaker?


On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:14 PM, Urban Hafner <contact at urbanhafner.com>

> On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 4:29 PM, folkert <folkert at vanheusden.com> wrote:
>> I have a small cluster of raspberry pi-s (7) that normally run a
>> distributed chess engine. Since they're mostly idle, I can a couple of
>> Go engines on them if you like. They're the 512MB rpi1 models. There's
>> +/- 256MB of ram available on them.
> If you want I can hand over the details for Brown. It's just a random
> player, but it's a good benchmark to check for serious bugs, i.e. if you
> loose to Brown you have a really bad bug in your program and you need to
> check your code. I can of course continue to run it, but it won't be online
> 24/7.
> I also assume that a raspberry pi could be enough to run GnuGo 3.8 (I use
> the following options: --mode gtp --level 10 --chinese-rules
> --positional-superko --capture-all-dead --score aftermath
> --play-out-aftermath)
> Urban
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