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  • The Man Who Built The Chess Machine's Thumbnail

    The Man Who Built The Chess Machine

    jimmysoni Aug 16, 2017, 3:08 AM

    By Rob Goodman and Jimmy Soni If anyone has a claim to be considered the founder of the information age, Claude Shannon does. In his groundbreaking work at the intersections of mathematics, engineering, and computer...

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    Should We Trust Computers?

    GM Gserper Aug 6, 2017, 12:09 AM

    The question whether to trust computers might sound pointless since we really have no choice in the modern world. Think about it: if a computer of one of the nuclear superpowers goes berserk, then it can potentially...

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    The Chess Guessing Game

    Vik-Hansen Jul 26, 2017, 1:57 PM

    In our previous installment, we discussed the concept of pattern recognition and this time we present a method for developing overall chess skills without having to rely on static generalizations or idealized simplicity...

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  • Titled Tuesday and Saint Louis Rapid Summer Review's Thumbnail

    Titled Tuesday and Saint Louis Rapid Summer Review

    IM yian123 Aug 21, 2017, 6:00 PM

    This summer was interesting for me in terms of chess. I played two Titled Tuesdays (one went well with 6/10, the other was a disaster as I hung a queen around move 10 in one of my games!) and went to see the St.Louis...

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    Chess for Android Game

    Charlie91 Aug 20, 2017, 8:30 PM

    Chess is an enduring game, and I have been out for some years now.  My last blog here was 7 years ago.  But then a few days back I was looking for a good chess game on Android and I found Chess for Android and...

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    Morphy and Me

    ArnieChipmunk Aug 20, 2017, 11:05 AM

    One of the very first chess books I bought was Morphy's Games of Chess (1957) by Philip W. Sergeant. This book (I was 14 years old when I read it) made a lasting impression on me - I've been fascinated by the...

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