With remarkable brevity, the new version of fmax4 and Zillions 2 concluded their game in only 9 moves with a 3-fold repetition draw!
Zillions 2 vs. fmax4
With the Vortex-SMIRF game ending rather quickly, and with a new copy of fmax freshly installed, I decided to see how it would fare against Zillions. The game began in the style of the Gothic Queenside Petroff that is somewhat popular with new Gothic Chess programs. Then, fmax allowed the d5 pawn to fall, but it could have won the d4 pawn in upcoming moves with gain of tempi.
With the search not being deep enough to see the regain of the pawn, it could only see the "0" score of the repetition draw by continuing to chase the white Archbishop. Zillions 2 did not risk placing it anywhere other than on f3 and d5, so the draw was achieved on move 9!