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Sorry, but I just don't see that realistically happening. Somehow I don't believe that you would be the person to beat a computer program that grandmasters lose to.
You are just terribly losing after 25. Bg5. Rybka would have easily mopped up.
25. Bg5 26. Qxd6..
I don't know, maybe it was at a low setting but I'm not lying about my win. :/
Black was not rybka 3, both sides have a huge number of blunders.
There are certain computer programs that can be set to various levels. Deep Rybka 3 is not one of them. It is the highest level computer program in the world, with an ELO rating of over 3000. You did not beat Deep Rybka 3, trust me. As Puroi said, the game was littered with mistakes like cigarettes in New York City. Perhaps you were playing Little Chess Partner at Chess.com? I've played and beaten that on the Easy level several times to study openings. It's nothing compared to a top-tier chess program.
In fact you have a lot of options to handicapping rybka.
I just set it on moron and won in 12 moves, but I don't see how beating a handicapped engine is anything to brag about.
I didn't look at the game so I'm not commenting. As well as being designed to annihilate the average human opponent, Chess playing programs are also designed to play like a human at times just to give you that blunderful human touch. Everytime I beat Fritz it's a result of a move I'm sure the computer wouldn't normally have played.
Leaves me with the feeling I never really won at all, however it is a measure of the player you are to be able to spot these mistakes (sometimes).
Oh! I'm sorry, I didn't realize. I'm sorry, I thought we were talking about one computer program, one level, called Deep Rybka 3. Whoops. I guess the rating you gave for Deep Rybka 3 (3360) confused me. Sorry!
It's been a computer for quite a while.
Deep blue got dismatled however it wouldn't stand a chance against Rybka 3 on a decent pc.
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