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    CC Grandmaster Sir Cromulent Sparkles's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by b.nancarrow View Post
    Ken who?
    Ken Done ?
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    Ken EL?
    So what's your excuse? To run like the devil's chasing you.

    See you in another life, brotha.

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    stockfish 14 sacked a knight for two pawns useing my bakebean attackk against 13; and as i said it was a draw ....... the secrete of playing chess computers is to never move unless you have potentialy a piece on and off at the same time so you are neither too strong or too week .... tacticaly and strategicaly its not psycological like people its logical but .... not of this world .... qantum like ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeatesy View Post
    stockfish 14 sacked a knight for two pawns useing my bakebean attackk against 13; and as i said it was a draw ....... the secrete of playing chess computers is to never move unless you have potentialy a piece on and off at the same time so you are neither too strong or too week .... tacticaly and strategicaly its not psycological like people its logical but .... not of this world .... qantum like ..
    Yeah but Ken who??!

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    I witnessed old Jack Puccini demonstrating a game in which he built Rybka. He was about 8 at the time. There was a catch, he did force Rybka to play a certain opening, the white side of a Traxler in the 2 knights defence. 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Ng5 Bc5.
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