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   Patanjali has kibitzed 43 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-01-17 Fruit vs Crafty, 2005
Patanjali: > "What would others (including machines) suggest after 23.Bg5?" Brainfish-17.01.30 suggests Qe3, which it evaluates as being worth +2.18 at a depth of 30 ply / 50M nodes in 5 seconds.
   Aug-11-16 The Turk (Automaton) (replies)
Patanjali: Is it even possible to build a machine like this that can play chess purely by mechanical means? (i.e., no electronic or digital stuff).
   Jan-23-15 Karjakin vs Anand, 2006 (replies)
Patanjali: On my machine Houdini 4 finds 24...Nc7 in under 5 seconds using a single thread. But other engines require more time. Either way, it's amazing that Anand was able to find this move over the board.
   Nov-02-14 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
Patanjali: At the end of the day, it would seem that IBM were prepared to cheat to turn the match in their favor. Key points of interest: -Not granting the champ a rematch (when he gave them the courtesy of a rematch immediately after the '96 match) -Not giving a demonstration to prove that
   Nov-02-14 Illescas Cordoba vs Deep Blue, 1995
Patanjali: Houdini 1.5a says that the advantage to white is only worth, at most, half a pawn. Analysis: Qxa7 Ne6 Bh3 Qc5+ Qxc5 Nd7xc5 g3 d4 b4 dxc3 bxc5 Rb8 Be6 fe6 Kf2 Rb2+ Re2 Rd8 a4 Rd5 (eval +0.49; depth 20 ply; 129M nodes) <Stelling> Lost on time? That doesn't make sense ...
   Nov-24-13 Anand vs Chess Genius, 1997 (replies)
Patanjali: @thesonicvision @Lawrence The winning combination? There IS no winning combination after Anand's blunder. But he did have a shot with.. 30. exf5 Bf2 31. Rxg7+! Rxg7 32. f6 Qe5 33. Qxe5 Rxg2+! 34. Kxg2 dxe5 35. Kxf2 exf4 36. Rg1+ Kf8 37. Rg7 Re4 38. Kf3 Rxc4 39. Nxf4 Bf5 40. ...
   Sep-23-13 W So vs M Prusikin, 2006 (replies)
Patanjali: <PinnedPiece: 21 Re7! What a way to defend the Knight on d5! Very insightful move.> 21. Re7 works, but 21. Ne7+! Kg7 22. f5!!.. works faster. Now, IF 22...gxf5, THEN, 23. Rxf5 Nf6 24. Rg5+ and the black queen falls after Kh8 Ng6+ Kg8 Ne5+.
   Jan-07-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Patanjali: @Appaz Likewise. You take care now!
   Nov-02-12 Kasparov vs X3D Fritz, 2003 (replies)
Patanjali: Does anyone know when Fritz was out of book? was it after 6. c5 or 7. b4 ?
   Aug-31-12 Bronstein vs Deep Thought, 1992 (replies)
   Jul-23-12 Joel Benjamin vs Deep Thought, 1993 (replies)
   Jun-12-12 Deep Blue vs Fritz, 1995
   Feb-02-09 Short vs Karpov, 1992 (replies)
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