We appreciate the support of Uwe Rasche
with his league comparison methodology.
The next international championship is already planned
for September 2005. Enquiries are encouraged.
Visitor since 9/1/2004:
|Welcome to the 1st
International Skat Software Championship.
We proudly present the following 5 products that participate in our competition:
Rasche`s Skat 6.0
One additional product is not included because it is still
under development and will not be available this year.
How does it work?
Each of the five software participants can enter up to 8
playing levels. The games are played according to the official
rules of the the German Skat Federation (DSKV). That means,
without Contra/Re, Ramsch, Bock Rounds, etc..
The following "participants" were registerd:
There were 24 simulated players altogether. Each "player" competed against the others in every possible combination. This resulted in 5000 hands for each pairing. The winner of each hand within a pairing received 2 match points. The second-place "player" received 1 match point. The results are accumulated into a table and the winner is the player with the most match points.
Thus, there was a total of 2024 pairings over 253 game days. The total number of hands was 10 120 00.
As play began on September 5, 2004:
9/8/2004: Results after 25 simulated playing days:
9/9/2004: Results after 75 simulated playing days:
9/10/2004: Results after 125 simulated playing days:
9/11/2004: Results after 175 simulated playing days:
9/12/2004: Final results after 253 playing days:
We congratulate to the winner "Rasche`s Skat 6.0".