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Why Fritz 8? That's old. Also, even Magnus cannot beat a strong engine (not even Fritz 14, which is not the strongest engine available).
Most recent fritz that is not Fritz thirteen
Fritz 14 then?
I ment not beyond Fritz 13 which would be 12
Fritz 8 was released in 2003. Deep Fritz 7 tied Kramnik in 2002 and X3D Fritz (which appears to be Deep Fritz 8) tied Kasparov in 2003, so presumably on strong hardware it would be a close match between Fritz 8 and Carlsen.
I guess it would be?
Magnus, der, fur shur! :D
13 isn't beyond 13.
not 13 but below 13 i ment
i guessing 13 is the age of the OP.
which would explain the many annoying "who's best ?" threads that have been started by said OP.
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