I am not claiming that I played particularly well in this game, it was very blunderful, to say the least! I have not seen the computer make this many blunders in a row to be honest. Now they say that blunders come from pressure exerted by the oppo... | Read More
I played a standard chess game as white with time controls set at 15 minutes with a 2 second increment against Computer4 Impossible. The opening played was the Queen's Indian Defense. Although the game begins modest enough, play sharpens when the ... | Read More
This is a part of my game against computer4-IMPOSSIBLE. The link of the Whole game: https://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=1470103554 | Read More
This is Chris's second victory against Computer level 2 and wow! What an improvement! I'm very happy and impressed with the vast difference in such a short amount of time.
There's something very peculiar about this game. Can you guess wha... | Read More
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After an embarrasing amount of games against Compter4-IMPOSSIBLE I finally got a half point. Well, it was theory from start to end, so nothing special. However, I had to remember an amazing line I learned 10 years ago in the Austrian attack (Pirc)... | Read More
Recently I played my third slow OTB tournament. This was an U2000 tournament with 67 players in which I was the 56th of the startink ranking.
It was the first time I do not play at the last group so my opponents were a bit stronger. Also, it was... | Read More
Many people often believe that playing against chess computers is counterproductive for two reasons. They believe that playing against computers is a waste of time because the result is an inevitable loss for the human player. The second thing the... | Read More
Chess Wisdom and Aphorisms. #14.
The ultimate goal of chess!
‘To beat the medium computer on chess.com!’
Hello chess friends. Yes! After careful examination of all reasons to play chess I can reveal
THE GOAL of chess.
Namely, ... | Read More
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... | Read More
Chess Wisdom and Aphorisms.
A Game of Chess is the Art of Saying No.
When you sit at the chessboard, you are inviting an opponent to a game of chess. Your opponent says thank you, I accept. But, he or she would like to win the ga... | Read More
My latest result against the Computer Impossible this time in 3 + 2 blitz! It was a long, hard-fought draw... the computer never gives up!
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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 Queen Pawn Game. Surprisingly enough, after just 12 moves, a position arises in this on... | Read More
A Pretty nice win for me after many tries at beating it | Read More
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Hi everyone? This is my second game and second loss to the Computer4-IMPOSSIBLE. I think I was in better position to attack in this game than the previous one. I used the computer analysis and here is the result I received.
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i cant take the rook and have no check on my king so it's wrong | Read More
World Champion Boris Spassky won against Computer IBM 370/165 in Birlinghoven in 1973:
White to move and mate in 1:
World Champion Mikhail Tal beat Jan Reznicek in a simul in Prague in 1960:
White to move and mate in 3:
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World Champion Anatoly Karpov beat Pawel Czyz in a simul in Radom in 2000:
White to move and checkmates in 1:
World Champion Garry Kasparov won against Computer Leonardo Maestro in a simul in Zuerich:
White to move and checkmates in 2:
Ja... | Read More