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Member since May-04-12 · Last seen Dec-09-19
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   Tiggler has kibitzed 6266 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-09-19 Count Wedgemore chessforum (replies)
Tiggler: <wtpy> Well, Churchill got his Nobel for "History of the English Speaking People", I believe. Today's Nobel Committee would not look at such an old school reactionary, of course. But that reflects on them, not him. Spike Milligan went on to greater things: Eccles in the Goon ...
   Oct-09-19 Louis Stumpers (replies)
Tiggler: <johnl> works near Chevy Chase, I believe.
   Sep-12-19 keypusher chessforum (replies)
Tiggler: <Well , in different phases of life people may want to do different things. May be they want to do something else now.... ..> <Nisjesram> This post ignores the elephant in the room: this site is not the same as it had been for the preceding 15 years.
   Sep-06-19 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017
Tiggler: In case there are some who have not yet noticed, be advised: <CharlesSullivan> does not post an opinion on a position without being sure that it is the last word. So, say no more.
   May-11-19 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Tiggler: <harrylime: I'm a Bobby FANBOY so guess my opinion doesnt matter.> Correct. I am a Bobby HATER, and my opinion doesn't matter either. So we have that in common, if nothing else.
   May-10-19 thegoodanarchist chessforum (replies)
Tiggler: The first jet aeroplane I ever saw was a Gloster Meteor. The version shown in this video was frequently seen over the skies in London when I was a small boy. Two wing-mounted engines, but not slung below the wings: integrated into them. From an
   May-10-19 offramp chessforum (replies)
Tiggler: Classy way to sign off, IMO.
   Mar-14-19 Tiggler chessforum
Tiggler: Today is national pi day in USA, but international pi day is on my birthday. What date is my birthday?
   Mar-10-19 beatgiant chessforum (replies)
Tiggler: <You know, it's OK to remain silent if you have nothing constructive to contribute.> Whose forum is this anyway?
   Feb-28-19 AlphaZero (Computer) (replies)
Tiggler: This 1981 paper provides early insights into associative learning, and the representation of advantageous responses in an associative memory. Drive reinforcement systems, such as AlphaZero, are descended from the work of Barto and Sutton.
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