Humans vs. Chess Computers
Inspired by the matches of Kasparov vs. Deep Blue and Nakamura vs. Rybka I have created this group with a view to understanding how computers play and think about chess. All contributions are welcome with the ultimate goal of producing methods to tackle chess computers/engines and find a way of stopping their dominance over their human counterparts. Please feel free to join and if you do please feel free to contribute any of the following: Games you have played against any computer program (wins + losses) Puzzles which computers can't solve but humans can (if they exist) Positions in games which computers can't see as winning or losing when it is obvious the opposite is happening Any trivia, history or stories relating to humans in chess p.s. I will be asking special permission to Chess.com to play some vote matches against Rybka and other Chess engines