Standard chess game with commentary #13 - Nimzo-Larsen Attack
I played a standard chess game as black with time controls set at 15 minutes with a 2 second increment against Computer4 Impossible. The opening played was the Nimzo-Larsen Attack. The computer, not surprisingly, invests two minors for 2 pawns and a rook even though it isn't objectively sound. Keeping control over the position, or more specifically not allowing the position to open for that "extra" rook, will likely be an excellent plan for the human. Accomplishing the aforementioned however is almost never an easy task against the engine. After playing, I briefly review the game with the help of Stockfish 6 (64-bit).