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DeepThought - the chess machine of F.H. Hsu that later (under the name Deep Blue) beat world champion G. Kasparov

   DeepThought has kibitzed 103 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-09-11 L Kritz vs N Firman, 2007 (replies)
DeepThought: Rybka 2.3.1 can't see a white advantage after 12. b4 Qxb4 13. a5 e5 Score: -.40 So what's the intended solution?
   Oct-11-10 V Vepkhvishvili vs D Magalashvili, 1966 (replies)
DeepThought: Thank you Monday for helping to rectify my ego :-)
   Aug-31-10 M Narciso Dublan vs Y Kryvoruchko, 2008 (replies)
DeepThought: Didn't find it myself, but Shredder and Rybka say 80..Qd3 is M6 (followed by 81..e1S), while Qf4 is only M7. The immediate 80..e1S is refuted by 81.g4, although it's still easily winning, no direct mate.
   Jun-19-10 O Renet vs G Miralles, 1986 (replies)
DeepThought: There is absolutely no need to play b4 in the whole endgame, and there is no gain in playing it this early, if at all. This puzzle is not solved by playing b4, the game can be won without it. E.g., just push the king side pawns and keep the bishop on the a1-h8 diagonal ...
   Sep-17-08 Geller vs Novotelnov, 1951 (replies)
DeepThought: Wednesday: 40.Rxf8+ mate in 7! Are you crazy? What will you ask for on Saturday? Mate in 11?
   Apr-07-08 Albin vs O Bernstein, 1904 (replies)
DeepThought: Easy only after finding the right solution...five minutes before, I was nearly despaired.
   Mar-17-08 F Bindrich vs Z Andriasian, 2007 (replies)
DeepThought: I really enjoyed this Monday's puzzle!
   Feb-12-08 Pinter vs Larsen, 1982 (replies)
DeepThought: My 1.Rh8+ (1..Kxh8 2.Rxg6) also wins, just a little later...
   May-05-07 S Makarichev vs A Sokolov, 1982 (replies)
DeepThought: Is this puzzle to difficult for computers to understand? Rybka sees nothing for White after 17 01:41 15.940.528 166.800 0.00 23. ... Qd7xc6 24.Qf6g6+ Kg8h8 25.Qg6xh6+ Kh8g8 26.Qh6g6+ Kg8h8 27.Qg6f6+ Kh8g8 28.Qf6g6+ Kg8h8 29.Qg6f6+ Kh8g8 30.Qf6g6+
   Apr-30-07 RandomVisitor chessforum (replies)
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