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markz
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   markz has kibitzed 196 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-08-18 Tata Steel (2018) (replies)
 
markz: <WorstPlayerEver: Second time that they won't invite King Loek. > Actually, they did invite King Loek, but declined.
 
   Jan-06-18 Ernesto Inarkiev (replies)
 
markz: Shame on you
 
   Jan-03-18 Wei Yi (replies)
 
markz: Wei won the match against Navara by Armageddon.
 
   Dec-27-17 AlphaZero - Stockfish (2017) (replies)
 
markz: <LameJokes55: 1 Fair Match: If that's the case, then how do we create a level-playing field for both opponents (AZ and SF)? By loading original (and not truncated) version of SF on a super computer. Then, let AZ evolve itself with months of self-teaching. Both giants then square ...
 
   Dec-26-17 World Rapid Championship (2017) (replies)
 
markz: Bu beat Carlsen again!
 
   Nov-29-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
 
markz: <BOSTER: < markz >: <The stronger the Chinese players are>. Dingo is number 11, but Nepo is 26.> 2017 Grand Chess Tour (GCT) chose the top 3 finishers in GCT 2016, top 3 average FIDE rating in 2016 (only 6 main tour players). Top 2 URS rating in January 2017 as ...
 
   Nov-26-17 FIDE Grand Prix Mallorca (2017) (replies)
 
markz: <not not: If you are confident in your chess strenght, any qualification process will do. Alekhine never complained about London Rules; neither Kasparov moaned on his way to challenge Karpov. MVL had 9 games to prove his superiority over rest of the pack, before even dreaming of ...
 
   Nov-25-17 Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa (replies)
 
markz: Yes, he get a 11-game GM norm, which is better than the 9-game one.
 
   Nov-05-17 Ding Liren (replies)
 
markz: Amazing game! Well done Ding.
 
   Nov-01-17 Komodo (Computer)
 
markz: <SChesshevsky: Given the advance in machine learning, I'd guess that a high powered computer with an adequate database could narrow down the entire chess opening spectrum and distill the best array of lines> In my opinion, it is almost impossible, because the number of possible ...
 
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