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BrainLearn: Updated May, 25 2021

 

For Windows and Linux, NO ANDROID, NO MACOS!

 

The binaries are the ones of the GitHub repository, I don't know who compiled them.

 

Changelog:

- MCTS evolved
- Concurrent Experience
- BrainLearnDGV (???)
- Stockfish patch with timestamp: 1621353983
- New NNUE architecture and net

 

BrainLearn 13 Windows.

 

BrainLearn 13 Linux.

 

BrainLearn is a free, powerful UCI chess engine by Kelly Kiniama and Andrea Manzo derived from BrainFish (https://zipproth.de/Brainfish/download/) with the ability to use "learned" patterns stored in an "experience" file. The "learning" algorhitms simulates somewhat the neural networks learning functions. BrainLearn can also use an online Live Book.

 

survey solutions

 

04-19-21 average vote: 8.23.

 

 

Binaries:

Windows:

- BrainLearn13-general-32.exe for 32-bit general Windows systems
- BrainLearn13-general-64.exe for 64-bit general Windows systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-32.exe for 32-bit Windows systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-64.exe for 64-bit Windows systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-avx2.exe for 64-bit Windows systems and AMD processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-avx512.exe for Knights Landing, Skylake-X and Cascade Lake processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-bmi2.exe for 64-bit Windows systems and Intel processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-modern.exe for modern machines on a 64bit Windows system (uses popcnt asm-instruction)
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-sse3-popcnt.exe for machines using popcnt asm-instructions on a 64-bit Windows system having CPU Opteron (since Stepping E4), Sempron (since Palermo. Stepping E3), Athlon 64 (since Venice Stepping E3 and San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 FX (since San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 X2, Phenom 64 X2, Turion family, K10 family, APU family (including without GPU), FX Series, Zen, Zen+, Zen2, Celeron D, Celeron (starting with Core microarchitecture), Pentium 4 (since Prescott), Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition (but NOT Pentium 4 Extreme Edition), Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium (starting with Core microarchitecture), Intel Core, Intel Xeon (since Nocona), Intel Atom, VIA/Centaur C7, VIA/Centaur Nano, VIA/CentaurTransmeta Efficeon TM88xx (NOT Model Numbers TM86xx)
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-sse41-popcnt.exe for machines using popcnt asm-instructions on a 64-bit Windows system having CPU Intel Core 2 or AMD Bulldozer-based FX CPUs
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-ssse3.exe for 64-bit Windows system having CPU Opteron (since Stepping E4), Sempron (since Palermo. Stepping E3), Athlon 64 (since Venice Stepping E3 and San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 FX (since San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 X2, Phenom 64 X2, Turion family, K10 family, APU family (including without GPU), FX Series, Zen, Zen+, Zen2, Celeron D, Celeron (starting with Core microarchitecture), Pentium 4 (since Prescott), Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition (but NOT Pentium 4 Extreme Edition), Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium (starting with Core microarchitecture), Intel Core, Intel Xeon (since Nocona), Intel Atom, VIA/Centaur C7, VIA/Centaur Nano, VIA/CentaurTransmeta Efficeon TM88xx (NOT Model Numbers TM86xx)

 

Linux:

- BrainLearn13-general-32 for 32-bit general Linux systems
- BrainLearn13-general-64 for 64-bit general Linux systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-32 for 32-bit Linux systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-64 for 64-bit Linux systems
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-avx2 for 64-bit Linux systems and AMD processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-avx512 for Knights Landing, Skylake-X and Cascade Lake processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-bmi2 for 64-bit Linux systems and Intel processors
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-modern for modern machines on a 64bit Linux system (uses popcnt asm-instruction)
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-sse3-popcnt for machines using popcnt asm-instructions on a 64-bit Linux system having CPU Opteron (since Stepping E4), Sempron (since Palermo. Stepping E3), Athlon 64 (since Venice Stepping E3 and San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 FX (since San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 X2, Phenom 64 X2, Turion family, K10 family, APU family (including without GPU), FX Series, Zen, Zen+, Zen2, Celeron D, Celeron (starting with Core microarchitecture), Pentium 4 (since Prescott), Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition (but NOT Pentium 4 Extreme Edition), Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium (starting with Core microarchitecture), Intel Core, Intel Xeon (since Nocona), Intel Atom, VIA/Centaur C7, VIA/Centaur Nano, VIA/CentaurTransmeta Efficeon TM88xx (NOT Model Numbers TM86xx)
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-sse41-popcnt for machines using popcnt asm-instructions on a 64-bit Linux system having CPU Intel Core 2 or AMD Bulldozer-based FX CPUs
- BrainLearn13-x86-64-ssse3 for 64-bit Linux system having CPU Opteron (since Stepping E4), Sempron (since Palermo. Stepping E3), Athlon 64 (since Venice Stepping E3 and San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 FX (since San Diego Stepping E4), Athlon 64 X2, Phenom 64 X2, Turion family, K10 family, APU family (including without GPU), FX Series, Zen, Zen+, Zen2, Celeron D, Celeron (starting with Core microarchitecture), Pentium 4 (since Prescott), Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition (but NOT Pentium 4 Extreme Edition), Pentium Dual-Core, Pentium (starting with Core microarchitecture), Intel Core, Intel Xeon (since Nocona), Intel Atom, VIA/Centaur C7, VIA/Centaur Nano, VIA/CentaurTransmeta Efficeon TM88xx (NOT Model Numbers TM86xx)

 

BrainLearn GitHub page.

 

BrainLearn13-x86-64.exe single processor benchmark: (clear your browser cache to see it updated)

 

BrainLearn13-x86-32.exe single processor benchmark: (clear your browser cache to see it updated)