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   AirForceOne has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-03 Kasparov vs X3D Fritz, 2003 (replies)
AirForceOne: Do you believe in conspiracy theory? This looked like a pay-back to Kasparov's game two. Nothing is against Kasparov; but X3D's team. It seemed so STRANGE since the move number 1. How well did the Fritz team prepare to meet Kasparov? It took almost 5 (FIVE) minutes for Fritz ...
   Nov-14-03 X3D Fritz vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
AirForceOne: When I watched this game live on ESPN, before Kasparov made the move Rg7. I was unconsciously thinking Kasparov should make Rg8. I didn't know why I thought so; but just by instinct. Two reasons: all Kasparov's major pieces and King were better in the white squares to create ...
   May-24-03 Deep Junior (Computer) (replies)
AirForceOne: Wow, interesting topic. I think (therefore I am ;)) :... 1) I have heard some Chinese organization offered 2 millions USD for anyone to create program to beat their champion. How is it going?... 2) I don't know much about Go. But based on the discussion from the players; I think
   May-24-03 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1913 (replies)
AirForceOne: Somehow I agreed with Irving's book, The Golden Dozen, very much. 1) Capablanca. (Over a decade he lost only one game.) 2) Alekhine. (At his prime, he ran over everyone. His books are the best, Fischer's next.) 3) Fischer. (11-0 at New York Open. 6-0 vs Larsen, 6-0 vs ...
   Feb-03-03 Deep Junior vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
AirForceOne: Well, At least I learned from Kasparov how to defend an Rs and Ps ending when down a pawn. Thank you, sir, for a free lesson. Good luck with games 5 and 6. Just wonder, why did white not go for a K-side attack and let black have the Q-side attack early in the game? Maybe ...
   Feb-01-03 Pillsbury vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
AirForceOne: Did the game actually end with a checkmate like this? Compared to the game between Steinitz and von Bardeleden, he saw it more than 10 moves ahead.
   Feb-01-03 Kasparov vs Deep Junior, 2003 (replies)
AirForceOne: First I want to share this: A tourney of 5 top human GMs and 5 computer GMs will end up in favor of computer. Besides the top two, I doubt that any GMs could hold on tactical skills against computers, so at least 3 computers shall finish on the top 5. (Example: last game of ...
   Jan-31-03 Deep Junior vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
AirForceOne: Honza, How could you get this deep analysis?
   Jan-11-03 D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
AirForceOne: At that time Fischer was only a 13 year old boy playing against a well established GM. Fischer only turned GM a year later. He was willing to part his Q for a chance to attack. How many of us dare to do that against a master player, let alone a GM? At white move 16, his N is ...
   Jan-10-03 Botvinnik vs Capablanca, 1938 (replies)
AirForceOne: Dani, We can't let a GM have a piece ahead and pray (not play, ;) ). After white gains a piece, he can start the K-side attack by the N and h-P. Black N is pinned, so white can force trade it. If black moves his N, the d-P dropped. The amazing thing is that Botvinnik foresaw ...
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