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  • 13 months ago · Quote · #1

    smthsmth

    i've alwayas been intrigued by the computer analisys of a game, innacuracies and mistakes. seeing my games analised (which aren't aything extraordinary), i couldn't help myself from asking: if this were a Tal game, would the computer announce in the same way: "a mistake- you went from roughly equal to a losing position", or whatever texts they have.

    what do you think?

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #2

    mzo2014

    computer would analyse it like that, game is equal, now Tal sacrefices and as usual it's a wrong sacrefice,a good move, another good one, that's a winning one, Tal wins D:

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #3

    Scottrf

    The computer doesn't consider how tough defensive moves are to find, so if the objective evaluation changes negatively it would call it an error even if practically it may be a good choice.

    It's the same with simplification into easily winning endgames - can still be called mistakes.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #4

    LikeTheLake

    Hey smthsmth.  For the sake of entertainment I have run Shredder analysis on some Kasparov's, Karpov's, Anand's, and Kramnik's games.  You will be surprised when you try yourself.  Cheers.


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