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MrMelad
Member since Apr-13-06
There's a lot of mathematical mumbo jumbo in this forum that are not related to chess. Please don't let it deter you if you want to comment on other things.

This mumbo jumbo stuff are parts of my mathematical theorems and theory revolving around natural numbers and geometry.

If you happen to read all the mumbo jumbo please bare in mind that the infinite series I was conjecturing would converge to sqrt(e)-1 does not converge to mentioned value and is short by at least 10^-5. If you are interested to know how I reached that conclusion please leave me a message and I will gladly explain.

Also, if you have any question or comment I'd be happy to read it and to respond to it.

And in any case, if you read my profile bio, have a good day! :)

>> Click here to see MrMelad's game collections.

   MrMelad has kibitzed 2826 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-19 AlphaZero (Computer) (replies)
 
MrMelad: Hehe looks like he took it pretty bad. I guess I should have retired after I lost to chessmaster 4000 on some medium difficulty 20 years ago :)
 
   Aug-01-19 Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa (replies)
 
MrMelad: <ChessHigherCat: Wise beyond his years> And between his ears :)
 
   Jul-19-19 AlphaZero - Stockfish Match (2018) (replies)
 
MrMelad: Hi <csmath>, I failed to understand how your inability to install Leela chess has anything to do with the bogusness of the AlphaZero vs Stockfish match??
 
   Jul-14-19 Igors Rausis (replies)
 
MrMelad: I take cheating seriously and I think that so should you. If someone hacks into your bank account and steals 500$ it can be argued that the hacker was mainly interested in the “intellectual” aspect of the cheat and 500$ is not serious money anyways so no reason to get all hot headed
 
   Jul-13-19 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2018
 
MrMelad: Hi <Sally>, thanks again for your comments. I agree with you about Carlsen’s talent, I was <inspired> after he won group C or B at Wijk Ann Zee. I remember thinking he was the most talented player since Morphy. :) <Also if it is so good why are the other players not ...
 
   Jul-13-19 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
MrMelad: < john barleycorn: looks like Carlsen tried the Kasparov business approach. A presumptious approach and a non-result.> Not sure I agree with the “presumptuous” terminology, but hey at least it took him less time to fail and didn’t result in two world champions and roughly half
 
   Jul-07-19 GCT Croatia (2019) (replies)
 
MrMelad: <fabelhaft: Not much time for philosophy and maths for Carlsen> Yes luckily for us Carlsen has much more interesting hobbies such as streaming banter blitz on Chess24 :)
 
   Jul-07-19 Carlsen vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2019 (replies)
 
MrMelad: <boz: The whole sequence from 23.d5 on is master class of precision.> I agree! I remember looking the exact line that was eventually played as sesse's first pick and it looked too "computerish" to see it through. But Magnus got it right.
 
   Jul-03-19 I Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2019 (replies)
 
MrMelad: Here’s a kibitz where I elaborate: AlphaZero (Computer)
 
   Jun-10-19 Norway Chess (2019) (replies)
 
MrMelad: I think the Armageddon format suits Carlsen’s style. First of all just to draw him in classical can already exhaust his opponent. Then I think the Armageddon match favors him with any color, if he is white it is basically a blitz game with a big time advantage for him as he rarely ...
 
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