It looks it has a rather speculative style. It doesn't fear to give away material to improve its position. And as the positional factors in its evaluation can reach rather big values it might sacrifice a lot. Probably this is not always sound but it creates interesting games.
Here is a position after move 15 from a game it played against Delphil 2.9g 64 bit (2529 ELO in CCRL). Time Control was 40 moves in 25 minutes and its a game from the latest Division 5 tournament of Graham Banks.
|iCE 1.0 vs Delphil 2.9g, position after 15. .. Bd4|
iCE is already a pawn down
Black has an weak isolated double pawn at the c5 file
Blacks knight lacks some mobility
Blacks king safety is a bit damaged
So if down in material give away some more. 16. Rxd4 (giving the rook for a bishop and a pawn)
16. Rxd4 cxd4 17. Qxd4+ Kg8 18. Qc4 e6 19. e5 g5 20. Ne4 Rf5 21. Bd2 Rxe5
|iCE 1.0 vs Delphil 2.9g, position after 21. .. Rxe5|
iCE is now down a rook and a pawn vs. a bishop
it has the bishop pair
the white knight has good destinations
the white king is safe
the black bishop at d7 is not more than a big pawn
the c6 and e6 pawns are weak
the black knight is still at the rim
the king is exposed
22. Bc3 Rf5 23. Rd1 g4 24. Nc5 Rd5 25. Rxd5 exd5 26. Qd4 Qe7 27. Nxd7 Qxd7
|iCE 1.0 vs Delphi 2.9g, 27. .. Qxd7 and Black resigns|
iCE was still down in material when Black resigned
Black resigned because iCE has now a combination that wins all of blacks material leaving him only 4 pawns while keeping its bishop pair and pawns.
It starts with 28. Qh8+ Kf7 29. Qxh7+ Ke8 30. Qxh6
Unfortunately its non materialistic style does not always work but at least there is some action on the board.