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mel gibson
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   mel gibson has kibitzed 710 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-17-18 Kasparov vs A Haik, 1988 (replies)
 
mel gibson: <From yesterday. I use a Shredder GUI and when I change the engine, it asks me to input the amount of hash. Mine is a Dell 7700 all-in-one with an AMD Ryzen 1700 CPU and 16 Gig of RAM. That benches at 10% faster than yours in single thread and 2.3 x as fast as yours in ...
 
   Dec-16-18 Shirov vs Adams, 1992 (replies)
 
mel gibson: <The differences in the evaluations could be down to the different platforms and hash table size. My hash is 8,192. Cheers, Ceri> I don't know how to set the hash table. I have 16 Gig of RAM but Stockfish 10 is only using a tiny part of it. I can't seem to make it use ...
 
   Dec-15-18 L Fernandez Siles vs Antonio Hernandez, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: <PawnSac: well, first of all, the final solution was 15 moves in from the Q sac, and I'm sorry, but not even Garry or Magnus will see the complete end from the sac. > Not even Stockfish 10 can find a quick checkmate after a lot of processing time. I saw 26 Qxd4 & the next ...
 
   Dec-14-18 Kasparov vs A Vilaisarn, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: I thought Qh5+ but that is only giving Black a loss of -1.21 according to Stockfish 10. Stockfish 10 agrees with the text & says: 19. Nxf5 (19. Nxf5 {(Ng3xf5 e6xf5 e5-e6 Be7xg5 e6xd7+ Qd8xd7 h4xg5 g7-g6 a3-a4 Nc6-b4 a4xb5 Nb4xd3+ Qd1xd3 Qd7xb5 Qd3xb5+ a6xb5 Rc1-c5 O-O ...
 
   Dec-13-18 Shabalov vs Sasikiran, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: Stockfish 10 shows that there is no forced mate: 32. Nxh6 (32. Nxh6 (♘f5xh6 g7xh6 ♖f1xf6 h6-h5 ♖g4-g3 ♕d8-c8 ♕g6-c2 ♘e6-f8 ♕c2-d2 ♘f8-h7 ♖f6-d6 ♖b7-d7 ♕d2-d4 ♖d7xd6 ♕d4xe5+ ♖d6-f6 ♖g3-g5 ...
 
   Dec-11-18 Hoang Thong Tu vs J Gonzalez Garcia, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: I wasn't sure. I was looking for a checkmate but in the end it was just a piece swapping exercise. Stockfish 10 says: 26. Qxh4 (26. Qxh4 (♕h3xh4 ♕e7xh4 ♖f3xf8+ ♖d8xf8 ♖f2xf8+ ♔g8xf8 ♗e1xh4 ♔f8-f7 ♗h4-g5 a7-a5 ...
 
   Dec-10-18 Tal vs A S Segal, 1952 (replies)
 
mel gibson: I saw that within 20 seconds. Stockfish 10 says: 29. Rxd7 (29. Rxd7 (♖d8xd7 ♖f7xd7 ♘c5-e6+ ♔g7-f7 ♘e6xc7 ♖d7xc7 ♖e1-a1 ♔f7-g7 ♖a1-a8 ♖b5-b7 ♕c3-c5 ♖c7-f7 ♕c5xc6 ♖b7-d7 ♕c6-c8 ...
 
   Dec-09-18 P H Nielsen vs V Chuchelov, 2003 (replies)
 
mel gibson: I didn't know what to do. I thought maybe 23. Ne5 Stockfish 10 agrees with the solution and says: 23. Nd8 (23. Nd8 (♘c6-d8 ♗f8-e7 ♘d8xf7 ♔g8xf7 d4xc5 ♖c8-c6 ♕e3-d4 ♔f7-g8 b2-b4 ♕e8-g6 ♖c2-d2 ♖a8-e8 e2-e4 ...
 
   Dec-08-18 A Tate vs R Vedder, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: < Ceri: <mel gibson:> I tried the same experiment: > Thanks - I just played Stockfish 10 against 9 and it won. It's definitely an improvement. I notice however that on Youtube, examples are given of Stockfish 10 losing against Leela & Alphazero both using a ...
 
   Dec-06-18 S Slipak vs T Gibson, 2008 (replies)
 
mel gibson: Too difficult for me. Stockfish 9 agrees with the solution: 33. Rxd4 (33. Rxd4 (♖d1xd4 ♕d6xd4 ♘g4-e5 ♕d4xe5 ♖e7xe5 ♘c5-d7 ♖e5-g5 ♘d7xf6 ♖g5xg6 ♖d8-f8 ♔g1-g2 a5-a4 b3xa4 ♔h8-h7 ♖g6-g5 ♔h7-h6 ...
 
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