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Member since Sep-15-03 · Last seen Mar-03-10
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   sierra has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-06 Yuhua Xu (replies)
sierra: not very famous, but known in the Go fans.
   Jul-25-05 Kasparov vs X3D Fritz, 2003 (replies)
sierra: <ThomYorke>:agree.
   Jun-28-05 Adams - Hydra Match (2005) (replies)
sierra: <That is your assumption.> This is not assumption. This is what stats say. In 5+0 almost nobody can beat, say, Fritz 8. For classical time control it's different. Boxes make positional errors in short time control, but their calculating power overweighs this by far. So they ...
   Jun-27-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
sierra: human alwasy in time trouble against these boxes. it's unfair in some sense.
   Jun-25-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
sierra: same time control for human and box is simply unfair.
   Jun-23-05 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
sierra: box play with human is unfair. human always r in time trouble in these games.
   Jun-21-05 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
sierra: Human vs computer, in many aspects, is simply unfair.
   Apr-11-05 Joel Benjamin (replies)
sierra: <Sneaky> It's true these are not in the contract, and he hadn't required these before the match. He has no experience in such contracts before. However, IBM's refusal to release logs and dismantling the machine instantly after the match and hostility in the match is also ...
   Mar-09-05 Deep Junior vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
sierra: The AI used in chess programs is simply evaluation functions instilled by the GMs, not genetic programming. After decades of AI research, computers can still only do what programmer tell them to, instruction by instruction.
   Mar-06-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
sierra: after 21 Qe2 black may play g6, Nh5 to occupy f4.
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