@MichaelB7 MichaelB7 released this Sep 4, 2018

Assets 31

McBrain, a UCI chess playing engine derived from Stockfish and Glaurung 2.1
Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Tord Romstad (Glaurung Author)
Copyright (C) 2008-2015 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2015-2018 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Gary Linscott, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2017-2018 Michael Byrne, Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Gary Linscott, Stéphane Nicolet, Tord Romstad (McBrain Authors)

McBrain and McCain are now based on "Sugar", a Stockfish derivative by Marco Zerbinati. Marco has done great work making Stockfish an ideal engine for deep analysis. The analysis enhancements do make McBrain/McCain play weaker than Stockfish in head-to-head play

Also, a note of great appreciation to all of those who contribute to Stockfish:

List of authors for Stockfish, updated 9/3/2018

Tord Romstad (romstad)
Marco Costalba (mcostalba)
Joona Kiiski (zamar)
Gary Linscott (glinscott)
Stéphane Nicolet  (current maintainer)

absimaldata
Ajith Chandy Jose (ajithcj)
Alain Savard (Rocky640)
Alexander Kure
Ali AlZhrani (Cooffe)
Andrew Grant (AndyGrant)
Andrey Neporada (nepal)
Andy Duplain
Aram Tumanian (atumanian)
Arjun Temurnikar
Auguste Pop
Balint Pfliegel
Ben Koshy (BKSpurgeon)
Bill Henry (VoyagerOne)
braich
Brian Sheppard (SapphireBrand)
Bryan Cross (crossbr)
Bujun Guo (noobpwnftw)
Chris Cain (ceebo)
Dan Schmidt
Daniel Dugovic (ddugovic)
Dariusz Orzechowski
David Zar
Daylen Yang (daylen)
DiscanX
Eelco de Groot
ElbertoOne
erbsenzaehler
Ernesto Gatti
Fabian Beuke (madnight)
Fabian Fichter (ianfab)
fanon
Fauzi Akram Dabat (FauziAkram)
Felix Wittmann
gamander
gguliash
Gian-Carlo Pascutto (gcp)
Gontran Lemaire (gonlem)
Goodkov Vasiliy Aleksandrovich (goodkov)
Gregor Cramer
GuardianRM
Günther Demetz (pb00067, pb00068)
Guy Vreuls (gvreuls)
Henri Wiechers
Hiraoka Takuya (HiraokaTakuya)
homoSapiensSapiens
Hongzhi Cheng
Ivan Ivec (IIvec)
Jacques B. (Timshel)
Jan Ondruš (hxim)
Jarrod Torriero (DU-jdto)
Jean-Francois Romang (jromang)
Jerry Donald Watson (jerrydonaldwatson)
Jonathan Calovski (Mysseno)
Joost VandeVondele (vondele)
Jörg Oster (joergoster)
Joseph Ellis (jhellis3)
Joseph R. Prostko
jundery
Justin Blanchard
Kelly Wilson
Ken Takusagawa
kinderchocolate
Kiran Panditrao (Krgp)
Kojirion
Leonardo Ljubičić (GM)
Leonid Pechenik (lp--)
Linus Arver
loco-loco
Luca Brivio (lucabrivio)
Lucas Braesch (lucasart)
Lyudmil Antonov (lantonov)
Matthew Lai (matthewlai)
Matthew Sullivan
Mark Tenzer (31m059)
Michael Byrne (MichaelB7)
Michael Stembera (mstembera)
Michael Chaly (Vizvezdenec)
Michel Van den Bergh (vdbergh)
Miguel Lahoz (miguel-l)
Mikael Bäckman (mbootsector)
Mike Whiteley (protonspring)
Miroslav Fontán (Hexik)
Moez Jellouli (MJZ1977)
Mohammed Li (tthsqe12)
Nathan Rugg (nmrugg)
Nicklas Persson (NicklasPersson)
Niklas Fiekas (niklasf)
Ondrej Mosnáček (WOnder93)
Oskar Werkelin Ahlin
Pablo Vazquez
Pascal Romaret
Pasquale Pigazzini (ppigazzini)
Patrick Jansen (mibere)
pellanda
Ralph Stößer (Ralph Stoesser)
Raminder Singh
renouve
Reuven Peleg
Richard Lloyd
Rodrigo Exterckötter Tjäder
Ron Britvich (Britvich)
Ronald de Man (syzygy1)
Ryan Schmitt
Ryan Takker
Sergei Antonov (saproj)
sf-x
shane31
Steinar Gunderson (sesse)
Stefan Geschwentner (locutus2)
Stefano Cardanobile (Stefano80)
Stéphane Nicolet (snicolet)
Thanar2
thaspel
Tom Vijlbrief (tomtor)
Torsten Franz (torfranz)
Uri Blass (uriblass)
Vince Negri

McBrain v9.9 and McCain v2 are alternative chess engines for the chess connoisseur who appreciates using top chess engines for analysis. It is based on current -dev Stockfish (9+), hence it will play mostly like Stockfish v9+ most of the time. There are certain positions that McBrain will provide analysis that is often overlooked by other engines.

Note: All features designated below as active for McBrain are also active for McCain

McBrain also works with the Cerebellum book by Thomas Zipproth (Brainfish Author - www.zipproth.de) . It also includes the standard McBrain UCI options, including Limit Strength (Elo) (use Threads set to 1!) , Brute Force , No Null, Fast Play, Tactical and when in analysis mode , it will have the contempt setting off by default, but the user can enable it for white , black or both ( code from Ronald De Man). A new option is that the user can turn the Cerebellum book off and on with via the uci interface via a checkmark, no need to unload or reload the opening book. I attempted to attribute code when it was not coming from the Stockfish 9 release version. My own code contribution is very modest. If you feel you should be given credit for code I am using in McBrain , please reach out to me, will be happy to obliged. All of the keyboard shortcut commands, remain, eliminating the need to always perform the UCI setoption name value command from the keyboard as long as the option name does not contain spaces.

This version is about 30+ Elo better than McBrain v9 and is a few Elo weaker than current dev-SF.
Includes support for 7 man syzygy endgame table bases.

Some shortcut commands:

b   = bench
g   = go
i   = infinite
p f = position fen
sd  = search depth
sm = searchmoves
q   = quit
?   = stop ( to stop  A search)
new option set or s = set, see example below

e.g., 
set threads xx = setoption name threads value xx
set hash xxx = setoption name hash value xx
g d 5  = go depth 5
g i = go infinite
g movetime 10000 sm g1f3 - searches only move g1f3 for 10 seconds 

Please note that ALL of the strength and usability of McBrain is due to the Stockfish team. The Stockfish team is amazing and they work very hard and are very creative in keeping Stockfish the number 1 engine in the world and all their work is done pro bono for you. So if you have extra CPU cycles sitting around the home or business , please consider donating your spare CPU time:
https://stockfishchess.org/get-involved/ It is very easy , you can be on any type of OS, Windows/macOS/Linux and they have scripts that will run the process for you behind the scenes, once setup, simply logon to fishtest and leave your computer on.

McBrain will be competitive with any engine at time control of 60 seconds and 2 seconds increment or longer. But the main focus of McBrain is for deep analysis in long games, such as those played in correspondence games.

Future releases will be in alignment with the official Stockfish releases generally, however this will be subject to ELO gains or features added by the SF team as determine by me.

Most recently McBrain and McCain have been adopted for DGT-Pi electronic chessboard. Please reach out to Al "Scally" Cooper for more information (https://github.com/scallybag) . The setting files that Al distributes have numerous fun and weaker engine settings to play against. Al frequently posts on this site if you want to reach out to him: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/picochess

Finally, a large thank you to both Lucas Monge (https://lucaschess.pythonanywhere.com) and John Stanback (http://john.stanback.net) for their work in compiling the different flavors of exe's presented below for Windows and Linux Operating Systems.

@MichaelB7 MichaelB7 released this Aug 1, 2018 · 12 commits to master since this release

Assets 17
McBrain, a UCI chess playing engine derived from Stockfish and Glaurung 2.1
Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Tord Romstad (Glaurung Author)
Copyright (C) 2008-2015 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2015-2018 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Gary Linscott, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2017-2018 Michael Byrne,  Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski,  Gary Linscott, Stéphane Nicolet, Tord Romstad (McBrain Authors)

Also, a note of appreciation to all of those who contribute to Stockfish:

List of authors for Stockfish, updated recently

Tord Romstad (romstad)
Marco Costalba (mcostalba)
Joona Kiiski (zamar)
Gary Linscott (glinscott)

absimaldata
Ajith Chandy Jose (ajithcj)
Alain Savard (Rocky640)
Alexander Kure
Ali AlZhrani (Cooffe)
Andrew Grant (AndyGrant)
Andrey Neporada (nepal)
Andy Duplain
Aram Tumanian (atumanian)
Arjun Temurnikar
Auguste Pop
Balint Pfliegel
Ben Koshy (BKSpurgeon)
Bill Henry (VoyagerOne)
braich
Brian Sheppard (SapphireBrand)
Bryan Cross (crossbr)
Bujun Guo (noobpwnftw)
Chris Cain (ceebo)
Dan Schmidt
Daniel Dugovic (ddugovic)
Dariusz Orzechowski
David Zar
Daylen Yang (daylen)
DiscanX
Eelco de Groot
ElbertoOne
erbsenzaehler
Ernesto Gatti
Fabian Beuke (madnight)
Fabian Fichter (ianfab)
fanon
Fauzi Akram Dabat (FauziAkram)
Felix Wittmann
gamander
gguliash
Gian-Carlo Pascutto (gcp)
Gontran Lemaire (gonlem)
Goodkov Vasiliy Aleksandrovich (goodkov)
Gregor Cramer
Günther Demetz (pb00067, pb00068)
Guy Vreuls (gvreuls)
Henri Wiechers
Hiraoka Takuya (HiraokaTakuya)
homoSapiensSapiens
Hongzhi Cheng
Ivan Ivec (IIvec)
Jacques B. (Timshel)
Jan Ondruš (hxim)
Jarrod Torriero (DU-jdto)
Jean-Francois Romang
Jerry Donald Watson (jerrydonaldwatson)
Jonathan Calovski (Mysseno)
Joost VandeVondele (vondele)
Jörg Oster (joergoster)
Joseph Ellis (jhellis3)
Joseph R. Prostko
jundery
Justin Blanchard
Kelly Wilson
Ken Takusagawa
kinderchocolate
Kiran Panditrao (Krgp)
Kojirion
Leonardo Ljubičić (GM)
Leonid Pechenik (lp--)
Linus Arver
loco-loco
Luca Brivio (lucabrivio)
Lucas Braesch (lucasart)
Lyudmil Antonov (lantonov)
Matthew Lai (matthewlai)
Matthew Sullivan
Mark Tenzer (31m059)
Michael Byrne (MichaelB7)
Michael Stembera (mstembera)
Michel Van den Bergh (vdbergh)
Miguel Lahoz (miguel-l)
Mikael Bäckman (mbootsector)
Mike Whiteley (protonspring)
Miroslav Fontán (Hexik)
Moez Jellouli (MJZ1977)
Mohammed Li (tthsqe12)
Nathan Rugg (nmrugg)
Nicklas Persson (NicklasPersson)
Niklas Fiekas (niklasf)
Oskar Werkelin Ahlin
Pablo Vazquez
Pascal Romaret
Pasquale Pigazzini (ppigazzini)
Patrick Jansen (mibere)
pellanda
Ralph Stößer (Ralph Stoesser)
Raminder Singh
renouve
Reuven Peleg
Richard Lloyd
Rodrigo Exterckötter Tjäder
Ron Britvich
Ronald de Man (syzygy1)
Ryan Schmitt
Ryan Takker
Sergei Antonov (saproj)
sf-x
shane31
Stefan Geschwentner (locutus2)
Stefano Cardanobile (Stefano80)
Stéphane Nicolet (snicolet)
Thanar2
thaspel
Tom Vijlbrief (tomtor)
Torsten Franz (torfranz)
Uri Blass (uriblass)
Vince Negri

McBrain v9 is an alternative chess engine for the chess connoisseur who appreciates using top chess engines for analysis. It is based on Stockfish 9, hence it will play mostly like Stockfish v9 most of the time. There are certain positions that McBrain will provide analysis that is often overlooked by other engines.

McBrain also works with the Cerebellum book by Thomas Zipproth (Brainfish Author - www.zipproth.de) . It includes the standard McBrain Uci options, including Limit Strength (Elo) (use Threads set to 1!) , Brute Force , No Null, Fast Play, Tactical and when in analysis mode , it will have the contempt setting off by default, but the user can enable it for white , black or both ( code from Ronald De Man). A new option is that the user can turn the Cerebellum book off and on with via the uci interface via a checkmark, no need to unload or reload the opening book. I attempted to attribute code when it was not coming from the Stockfish 9 release version. My own code contribution is very modest. If you feel you should be given credit for code I am using in McBrain , please reach out to me, will be happy to obliged. All of the keyboard shortcut commands, remain, eliminating the need to always perform the UCI setoption name value command from the keyboard as long as the option name does not contain spaces.

This version is about 30+ Elo better than McBrain v9 and is a few Elo weaker than current dev-SF.
Includes support for 7 man syzygy endgame table bases.

Some shortcut commands:

b   = bench
g   = go
i   = infinite
p f = position fen
sd  = search depth
sm = searchmoves
q   = quit
?   = stop ( to stop  A search)
new option set or s = set, see example below

e.g., 
set threads xx = setoption name threads value xx
set hash xxx = setoption name hash value xx
g d 5  = go depth 5
g i = go infinite
g movetime 10000 sm g1f3 - searches only move g1f3 for 10 seconds 

Please note that ALL of the strength and usability of McBrain is due to the Stockfish team. The Stockfish team is amazing and they work very hard and are very creative in keeping Stockfish the number 1 engine in the world and all their work is done pro bono for you. So if you have extra CPU cycles sitting around the home or business , please consider donating your spare CPU time:
https://stockfishchess.org/get-involved/ It is very easy , you can be on any type of OS, Windows/macOS/Linux and they have scripts that will run the process for you behind the scenes, once setup, simply logon to fishtest and leave your computer on.

McBrain will be competitive with any engine at time control of 60 seconds and 2 seconds increment or longer. But the main focus of McBrain is for deep analysis in long games, such as those played in correspondence games.

Future releases will be in alignment with the official Stockfish releases generally, however this will be subject to ELO gains or features added by the SF team as determine by me. Generally speaking, a ~30 point Elo, or adding a new feature, such as persistent hash or learning, would qualify as a potential release in McBrain.

@MichaelB7 MichaelB7 released this May 7, 2018 · 41 commits to master since this release

Assets 8
McBrain, a UCI chess playing engine derived from Stockfish and Glaurung 2.1
Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Tord Romstad (Glaurung Author)
Copyright (C) 2008-2015 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2015-2018 Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Gary Linscott, Tord Romstad (Stockfish Authors)
Copyright (C) 2017-2018 Michael Byrne,  Marco Costalba, Joona Kiiski, Ivan Ivec, Gary Linscott, Stéphane Nicolet, Tord Romstad (McBrain Authors)

Also, a note of appreciation to the following SF contributors who I often follow on Github:
Lucas Braesch (lucasart)
Bill Henry (VoyagerOne)
mstembera
Stefan Geschwentner
Alain SAVARD (Rocky640)
Jörg Oster 
Leonid Pechenik
Stefano Cardanobile (Stefano80)
Ajith 
hxim
Guenther Demetz
Daylen Yang (macOS App)
Ted Wong (iPhone app) 
ElbertoOne
Joost VandeVondele
Ronald de Man (syzygy & cfish)
Eelco de Groot
Joseph Ellis  (matefinder)

McBrain v9 is an alternative chess engine for the chess connoisseur who appreciates using top chess engines for analysis. It is based on Stockfish 9, hence it will play mostly like Stockfish v9 most of the time. There are certain positions that McBrain will provide analysis that is often overlooked by other engines.

McBrain also works with the Cerebellum book by Thomas Zipproth (Brainfish Author - www.zipproth.de) . It includes the standard McBrain Uci options, including Limit Strength (Elo) (use Threads set to 1!) , Brute Force , No Null, Fast Play, Tactical and when in analysis mode , it will have the contempt setting off by default, but the user can enable it for white , black or both ( code from Ronald De Man). A new option is that the user can turn the Cerebellum book off and on with via the uci interface via a checkmark, no need to unload or reload the opening book. I attempted to attribute code when it was not coming from the Stockfish 9 release version. My own code contribution is very modest. If you feel you should be given credit for code I am using in McBrain , please reach out to me, will be happy to obliged. All of the keyboard shortcut commands, remain, eliminating the need to always perform the UCI setoption name value command from the keyboard as long as the option name does not contain spaces.

b   = bench
g   = go
i   = infinite
p f = position fen
sd  = search depth
sm = searchmoves
q   = quit
?   = stop ( to stop  A search)
new option set or s = set, see example below

e.g., 
set threads xx = setoption name threads value xx
set hash xxx = setoption name hash value xx
g d 5  = go depth 5
g i = go infinite
g movetime 10000 sm g1f3 - searches only move g1f3 for 10 seconds 

Please note that ALL of the strength and usability of McBrain is due to the Stockfish team. The Stockfish team is amazing and they work very hard and are very creative in keeping Stockfish the number 1 engine in the world and all their work is done pro bono for you. So if you have extra CPU cycles sitting around the home or business , please consider donating your spare CPU time:
https://stockfishchess.org/get-involved/ It is very easy , you can be on any type of OS, Windows/macOS/Linux and they have scripts that will run the process for you behind the scenes, once setup, simply logon to fishtest and leave your computer on.

McBrain will be competitive with any engine at time control of 60 seconds and 2 seconds increment or longer. But the main focus of McBrain is for deep analysis in long games, such as those played in correspondence games.

Future releases will be in alignment with the official Stockfish releases generally, however this will be subject to ELO gains or features added by the SF team as determine by me. Generally speaking, a ~30 point Elo, or adding a new feature, such as persistent hash or learning, would qualify as a potential release in McBrain.

All analysis below is by McBrain v9

7k/pp2Np1p/2p2P1N/5pP1/7K/P4n2/1q3Q2/5n2 w - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 32	+3.29 	450.4M	0:22.39	Kh5 Qa2 Qg2 b5 Qf2 a6 Qg2 a5 Qf2 b4 a4 Qb3 Qxf1 Ne5 Nexf5 Ng6 Nh4 Qe6 Qf3 Qc4 Ng2 b3 Qg3 Qe2+ Ng4 Ne5 Qxe5 Qxe5 Nxe5 b2 Nxf7+ Kg8 Nh6+ Kf8 Nf4 b1=Q Ne6+ Ke8 f7+ Kd7 f8=Q Qh1+ Kg4 Qg2+ Kf5 Qc2+ Kf6 Qg6+ Ke5 Qxe6+ Kf4 Qc4+ Kg3 Qc 
...
 28	+2.96 	280.0M	0:12.41	Kh5 Qa2 Qg2 a6 Qf2 b5 Qg2 a5 Qf2 b4 a4 Qb3 Qxf1 Ne5 Nexf5 Ng6 Nh4 Qe6 Qf3 Qc4 Ng2 b3 Qg3 Qe2+ Ng4 Ne5 Qxe5 Qxe5 Nxe5 b2 Nxf7+ Kg8 Nh6+ Kf8 Nf4 b1=Q Ne6+ Ke8 f7+ Kd7 f8=Q Qh1+ Kg4 Qg2+ Kf5 Qd5+ Kf4 Qd2+ Kg3 Qe1+ Kg4 Qe2+ Kf5 Qxe 
...
 28	+1.12!	64.1M  	0:03.01	Kh5! 
 27	  0.00 	2.67M  	0:00.14	Qxf3 Qh2+ Qh3 Qf2+ Kh5 Qe2+ Kh4
... 

8/6pp/1K6/N5P1/3N4/8/npn1P3/k7 w - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 32	  #26 	52.1M  	0:02.04	Nab3+ Kb1 Nb5 h5 gxh6 gxh6 e4 h5 e5 h4 e6 h3 e7 h2 e8=Q h1=Q Qg6 Qa8 Kc7 Qa4 Qg1+ Ne1 Qxe1+ Kc2 N3d4+ Qxd4 Nxd4+ Kd3 Qb1+ Kxd4 Qxa2 Ke4 Qxb2 Kf4 Qf6+ Ke3 Qf1 Ke4 Kd6 Ke3 Kd5 Kd2 Kd4 Kc2 Kc4 Kd2 Qf2+ Kd1 Kc3 Kc1 Qe1# 
...
 18	+17.14 	5.42M  	0:00.26	Nab3+ Kb1 Nb5 h6 gxh6 gxh6 e4 h5 e5 h4 e6 h3 e7 h2 e8=Q h1=Q Qg6 Qa8 Kc7 Qa7+ Nxa7 Nc3 Nd4 Ka1 Nxc2+ Ka2 Qe6+ Kb1 Qc4 Nd1 Nd4 Nf2 Qf1+ Ka2 Qxf2 Kb1 
 17	+1.11 	4.82M  	0:00.22	Nxc2+ Kb1 Na3+ Kc1 e4 Nc3 e5 Nd5+ Kc5 Nf4 Nb3+ Kd1 Kc4 h6 gxh6 gxh6 Nc5 Kd2 Kd4 Ne2+ Ke4 Nc3+ Kf5 Ke3 e6 Nd5 Ke5 
 ...
 
4r1rk/p3qpp1/1pnp1n1p/5P2/P1PPP3/4Q2P/2BB2R1/6RK w - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
35	+4.24 	1.91G	1:41.64	Rxg7 Rxg7 Rxg7 Kxg7 Qxh6+ Kg8 Bg5 Qf8 Qh4 Rxe4 Bxe4 Nxe4 Qxe4 f6 Bf4 Nd8 h4 Kh7 Kh2 Nf7 Qe2 Qd8 Qe6 Kg7 Kg3 Qf8 h5 Qh8 Kh4 Qf8 Bd2 a6 Bf4 Nh6 Qd7+ Kg8 Bxh6 Qxh6 Qe8+ Qf8 Qxf8+ Kxf8 Kg4 Kg7 Kf3 Kh6 Ke4 Kg5 h6 Kxh6 Kd5 Kg7 Kxd6 
 ...
 30	+3.02 	796.0M	0:46.45	Rxg7 Rxg7 Rxg7 Kxg7 Qxh6+ Kg8 Bg5 Qf8 Qh4 Rxe4 Bxe4 Nxe4 Qxe4 Qg7 h4 Na5 Qa8+ Qf8 Qd5 Qc8 Qg2 Kh7 Bf6 Qf8 Qf3 Qh6 Bg5 Qg7 Qd5 Kh8 c5 dxc5 dxc5 Kg8 Qd8+ Qf8 Be7 Qxd8 Bxd8 Nc6 cxb6 axb6 Bxb6 Ne7 a5 Nxf5 
 30	+2.87!	734.8M	0:43.00	Rxg7! 
 30	+2.61!	726.8M	0:42.54	Rxg7! 
 29	+2.34!	552.2M	0:32.53	Re1! 
 28	+2.10 	317.2M	0:18.70	Re1 Qd7 Bd3 Qd8 Qf2 a5 Bb1 Nd7 Qf4 Qe7 Qg3 Qf6 Bc3 Qe7 Qf2 Rc8 Qe3 Rce8 Qg3 Qf6 Bc2 Qe7 Rd1 Nb4 Bb1 Nc6 c5 dxc5 dxc5 f6 cxb6 Rd8 
...
 
8/8/8/3p2p1/kppN1pP1/2P2P2/1PR2K2/2q5 b - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 46	 -7.47!	1.43G	1:01.61	Qe3+! 
 46	 -7.12!	1.13G	0:49.39	Qe3+! 
 46	 -6.77!	929.3M	0:40.74	Qe3+! 
 46	 -6.41!	798.7M	0:35.33	Qe3+! 
 46	 -6.06!	701.8M	0:31.21	Qe3+! 
 46	 -5.70!	630.0M	0:28.00	Qe3+! 
 46	 -5.35!	521.2M	0:23.38	Qe3+! 
 46	 -5.00!	371.6M	0:16.76	Qe3+! 
 46	 -4.64!	306.0M	0:13.83	Qe3+! 
 46	 -4.29!	254.9M	0:11.54	Qe3+! 
 46	 -3.93!	202.1M	0:09.16	Qe3+! 
 46	 -3.58!	153.7M	0:06.94	Qe3+! 
 45	 -3.22 	97.4M  	0:04.32	Qe3+ Kf1 Ka5 Kg2 Qe1 Re2 Qc1 Rc2 Qa1 Kf2 Ka4 Ne2 Qd1 Nd4 Qd3 Ke1 Ka5 Kf2 Kb6 Kg2 Kc5 Kf2 Qe3+ Kg2 Qe1 Re2 Qa1 Rc2 Kd6 Kf2 Qh1 Re2 Qc1 Rc2 Qe3+ Kg2 Qe1 Re2 Qd1 Kf2 Kc5 Kg2 Qd3 Rc2 Kb6 Kf2 Qe3+ Kg2 Qe1 Re2 Qg3+ Kf1 Qh3+ Ke1 Qh1 
 
 
8/4nk2/1p3p2/1r1p2pp/1P1R1N1P/6P1/3KPP2/8 w - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 32	+2.66 	584.8M	0:27.54	Nd3 Nf5 e3 Nd6 Kc2 Ne4 Kb2 Ke6 Ka3 Kf5 Ne1 Ke6 Ka4 Nc3+ Kb3 Ne4 Nc2 Nxf2 Ka4 Rc5 bxc5 bxc5 Rd2 Ne4 Rg2 Kf5 g4+ hxg4 h5 g3 Kb5 g4 Kc6 d4 exd4 cxd4 Nxd4+ Kg5 Kd5 f5 Ke5 Nc5 Rxg3 Nd7+ Kd6 Nf6 Ne6+ Kh6 
...
 32	+0.07!	120.0M	0:06.50	Nd3! 
 31	  0.00 	75.5M  	0:04.21	hxg5 fxg5 Nxh5 Nc6 Rd3 Ne5 Rd4 

8/2p5/5k2/3P1P2/4P1K1/8/1pB4P/4b3 w - - 0 1
dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 32	+16.48!	6.86G	3:35.23	e5+! 
...
 32	+8.99!	1.49G	0:52.73	e5+! 
...
 31	+0.78!	113.4M	0:06.04	e5+! 
 30	+0.68 	77.5M  	0:04.20	Kf3 Ke5 Ke3 Bh4 Kd3 Kd6 Kc3 Bf6+ Kb4 Bg5 Kc4 Bf6 Bd3 Bh4 Kb3 Bf6 Kb4 Bg5 Bc2 Bh4 Kb5 Bf6 Bd3 Bh4 h3 Bf6 Bc2 Bh4 Kb4 Bf6 Kc4 Bg5 
 

Respectfully yours,
Michael Byrne
michaelbyrne1978@gmail.com