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Nxe5 Rxe5 Qc3 f6 Rd3 [ Re2 Rd2 Rxd2 Qxd2 Ne5 Rd1 [ Qc7 Bd5 [ Kg6 Qc2 Nc6 Be6 Nd4 Rxd4 Bxd4 Kf8 Qf8 ] Qxd4 Qe7 Qa8 [ Kg2 Qe7 Qg8] Kg7 Kxh6 Qg8 Qe8 Qe3 ] Kxf2 Ke7 Qe6 J.

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Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 4. Ng5 d5 5. Qf3 Qd5 9. Qxd5 [9. Be2] Nxd5 Be2 [ Ba4] Bf5 [ Be7] Ke7] Nxd2 [ Nb3] Rab8] Ngf3 [ Nge4] Rab8 [ Rad8] Nc3 [ Nd6] Rxe2 Nd6 Ne4 [ Nxe4 [ Bxe4 Rd2] Bc4 [ Rfc8] Red2 [ Ree1] Rb7 [ Rd8 [ Nh4] Nh4 [ Be6] Nf5 Rc7 Rh8] Kg6 [ Rd6 [ Bxg4 Kh5 Kg2] Kh6 [ Kh4] Ne8] Rf8] Nc3 Bc5 5. Ng5 Na5 7. Bb3] Bb3 Nxb3 [ Nf3] Qf3] Bg4 Nxd5 Qxd5 [ Kd2 cxd5] Bd2 [ Qe2] Qxd3 [ Qd4] Be7 [ Bd4] Rg3 Qd7] Ke2 Qxh3 [ Qg1 h5 Bc3 g6 Qf2 h4 [ Kf1] Ke3] Qxe6 fxe6 Rh1 Rf4 Ka4 h3 Kxb5 Ra3 [ Ka5 Ra3 ] It won one game and lost 4 games, for a provisional rating of and an established rating of Qxd4 Nc6 4.

Qd3 [4. Qa4] Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 [ Nb4] 6. Nf3 d6 [ Bg7] 7. Bf4 [7. Bg7] 8. Bg3 [8. Bg5] Be7] 9. Bh4] Kb1 b4 Qxd6 Bd7?? Qxd6] Bh4 [ Bxe5] Bg7 Nd5 Nxe4 Qxc7 Nc5 Qd6 Bf8 Qd5 Rc8 Nxe5 Be6 Nc3 Bc5 4. Nxe5 Nxe5 5. Qd3 Nc5 Qd5 Ne6?! Rxg7 c6 Qd6 Rxf5 Machack VI then won two games and drew two games, for a provisional rating of and a performance rating of The improvement in the program was due to additional programming and debugging, not learning. MacHack VI was strong in the opening and middle game, but its endgame was very weak.

Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. Qd6] 6. Qxf3 Bxe5 9. Qb3] Qh4 [ Nf6] Re1 [ Nd2] Bg5 f6 Bf4 [ Be3] Bxf4 Qxf4 g5] Bxe5 Qxe5 Qxg5] Na3] Qxf5 Ng4] Nc3 Rd2 Re2] Rad1] Kh1 Nxe4 Rxe4 Rxf2] Rxe4 Kd7 Kg2 Rf8] Kh2 Rf8 Kxh3 Rxf7 Re2 b5 Kg4 Rg7 Re4 d5 [ Rf7] Re5 Kd6 Re7] Kxg5 Ke5 Kd3 Ke2 Kf2 Kxg3] Kf4 [ Kf6] Kg4 [ It lost 4 games, winning none and drawing none.

Its provisional rating was Greenblatt, Donald E. Eastlake, and Stephen D. Crocker published a paper called "The Greenblatt Chess Program. This paper described the state of the program as of August and gave some of the details of the heuristics and algorithms employed. It was also the first to have an opening chess book programmed with it. It was written in Fortran and ran on a CDC By the end of , MacHack VI had played in four chess tournaments. It won 3 games, lost 12, and drew 3 18 USCF-rated games total.

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Chess Federation. In , I. Moullen wrote an article called "Chess and the Computer. In the spring of , undergraduates Larry Atkin and Keith Gorlen decided to write a chess program to exercise Northwestern University's Evanston, Illinois new CDC mainframe computer a slower and cheaper version of the CDC supercomputer, the world's fastest computer at the time — 3 million instructions per second. Atkin and Gorlen launched Chess 1. The article stated that Botvinnik was probably the greatest expert in computer chess.

Botvinnik was sure that very soon, computers would be able to defeat Grandmasters, and later, become world champion. He said, "When computers start playing chess well, interest in chess will increase. When the computers start playing successfully, the Grandmasters' reputation s will be enhanced. He won his bet. It was made after hearing artificial intelligence AI researchers John McCarthy and Donald Michie predicted that a computer would defeat the world chess champion within ten years.

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The bet was eventually made against four computer science professors, which Levy won. He finally lost to Deep Thought in , 21 years after his bet. MacHack VI won. The computer played three games games 2 and 3 played on Nov 16, via ham radio. All three games were won by MacHack VI. Nf3 Nf6 3. Bd3 d5 5. Nxe5 Bd6 6.

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Bf4] Qxd5 Qf3 Bf5 Qxf5 [ Nc3] Qxd3 Nc3 Nc5 Qxd3 Nxd3 Rf3 Rd7 Ne4 Rad8 Nc3 Ne1 Rg3 Nc2 Rb1 Kf8 Kf2 R8d7?! N6b4] R1d5 [ Rh1] Kf2 Nf5 [ Ne6] Rh3] Rc3 [ Ke1] Nd4 Kh1 Nc2 [ Rf2] Bb2] Bb2 Ne3 Rdd2] Rxd1 Nxd1 Ba1 Nxc3 Bxc3 Rc2 Be1 Rc1 Kg2 Re4 In , upon hearing of the work of Atkin and Gorlen, physics graduate student David Slate rated around decided to write a competing program.

They combined their programs in October , and produced Chess 2. The program played several complete games of chess. Nf3 Nf6 2. Bg2 c5 4. Bf4 Bf5 6. Nc3 Qxb2 8. Qd2 [8. Bd2] Ne4 Nxe4 Rfb1 Qc3 Qxc3 dxc3 Rxb7 Nb4 Ng5] Rxb8 Bxb8 Nxc2 Rc1 Nd4 [ Nxd4 Bxg2 Nb5 [ Kxg2] Bh3 [ Bc6] Bxa7 Bd7 Kd8 Nd5 c4?! Nxc3 [ Rxc3] Ne4 Bb5 Rb1 [ Bc6 [ Be8] Bd6] Rb6 Kc8?? Bc8] Nd5 [ Rxa6] Bb7] Rxa6 Kc8 Rb6 Kd7 Rb8 Kc6 Be3 c3 Kc7 Re8 Kd7 Qd5 Ke8 Nd5 Kf8 Qe8 ] Kd6 Nc7 ] Nb6 Ke6 Qxf5 ] Ke6 In , the University of Toledo in Ohio announced the Glass Bowl Open, a player event, would have all its parings done by computer.

However, there were more players than had been prepared for by those who write the computer program. As a result, the computer was not used. The computer was able to solve pairing for 41 players in 26 seconds, but the printout of the results took about 10 minutes. One programmer said, "Computer pairings on a regular basis are a long time away at best.

The program required 4Kbyte of memory and search all moves to a depth of 4 ply.

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He did the first retrograde analysis implementation to construct endgame databases. In , former world chess champion Mikhail Botvinnik retired from competitive chess, preferring instead to occupy himself with the development of computer chess programs. In , Alex G. Berliner advocated a program that selected a move as likely to be best under lengthy examination, and only rejects this notion based upon finding in the depth search.

This process would then be continued until there no longer appears to be a move that could better than the best found thus far. CHESS 3. Hans Berliner helped in developing positional analysis evaluation. It was based on a brute force search of the move tree with no forward pruning. Tech was the first program that used its opponent's thinking time to its own advantage. While its opponent was computing a move, TECH would predict what it would be and then proceed to calculate a reply based on the prediction.

The project started in collaboration with Hans Berliner, and was a spin-off of J. From May , , J. Biit participated in the player Flint Michigan Open. Carnegie-Mellon University donated the computer time to run the program. The Mott Foundation of Flint donated the phone line. Hans Berliner managed the computer at the tournament. Biit won one game and lost 4. The tourney was a 3-round Swuss-system event, with a time control of 40 moves in 2 hours. The tournament director was Dr.

Jacques Dutka , a mathematician at Columbia University and former chess master. Nc3 Bb4 4. Rb1 Nc6 9. Bd3 Qe7 Nf3 e5 Bf5 e4 Nd4 Qc5 Nb5] Qxc4 Qb3 Qxb3 Rc5 [ Ra5] Bxc8 dxc5 [ Rfxc8] Bxb7] Kh8 Bc4 Ng4 [ Be2 Ne5 [ Be3 g6 Rd1 Rf7 For my recent match, 14 players played more than 1 game against me. Because I think it is very fair to the participants.

See below for a comparison between the 2 types of simul matches. In my match against 88 players in May , the last player to finish against me 6. However for Most Consecutive Chess Games Played, the players can leave the moment their game is over. For example, in my recent match, the last player from the morning session left the hall at around 2.

However, the participants who come in later in the match are fresh and rested. The master will tend to be less sharp than at the start of the match. Drinking some fruit juice and water is recommended. Labels: simul. Friday, June 19, The main highlight of the competition was in Wan Mohd Alif's game against Mohd Fadhil where his opponent blundered away a rook in a winning position.

Surviving from the scare, he won against his last opponent to clinch the title. Meanwhile, Noraihan needed her last game to take the throne. Another PPD Gua Musang player, Khairul Anwar, failed to make his presence felt when he only managed to win two games and lost the rest. Personally, I hope that the two Kelantan representatives will play their hearts' out in the upcoming national ASAT which will be held in Perak. They claimed that we abused my children and we even forced them to consume hot sauce.

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This sort of despicable thing made its way to the internet and even made its way to my employer Texas Tech University as well as to sponsors and potential sponsors. This outrageous lie was even tossed around within the USCF leadership as a way to pressure my husband and me to resign from the board even though they knew that it was false. Ironically, the USCF and some board members have continued to deny that they have had anything to do with this despicable conduct, but their own attorney made sure to demand that I show proof that I am in the U.

Outrageous, but true! You decide. They even created a public website about this. I informed the USCF and its board members, but they chose to ignore this and do nothing. Instead of investigating such vile and despicable conduct, the USCF and the board majority spent hundreds of thousands of dollars investigating us! To support their agenda, misleading and one-sided information was published in Chess Life, the USCF website, in mailings and to the email list so I would have no opportunity to respond or correct the record.

Here is the full 8-page article. You can also read more about what these people have done here. It is a tough battle fighting " the system ".


But it is a fight that all USCF members must take on to save what's left of this federation. Some of the same people have chased away so many good sponsors, volunteers and even members for years by attacking and destroying them so they can keep control of this federation. If they can do this to me and my family, they will not spare anyone standing in their way. The USCF will not survive financially much longer if this trend of destruction continues.