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- - By Father (**) Date 2007-08-06 14:34
Good Morning to "Rybka Chess Community Forum and Chess Computers Fans in the Earth".

Today is a nice day for the human beings inside, all people that want to beat and eat the machines playing chess.

Is it possible for human beings, to get a draw, or to win, playing now, in the year 2007, against Top Chess Machines ?

The answer is: Yes it is possible. And it is not necesary for the human being inside, to be a Master, or an stronger chess player.
The human being inside, must know, about computers.
Here is the test, the experiment, the prove"!!!!

The game was played for me just a moment ago into EnginesRoom from playchess.

I am trying against Rybka 2.3.2.......It will be interesting for everybody  !!!!
I have great sorprices for all. !!!!

Deep Fritz 10: 9.5 ply; 1,360kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6300 @ 1.86GHz 1869MHz, (2 threads)

Father against The machine that won to Kramnik the man that won to Kasparov

[D]
rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNR w KQkq - 0 1


[D]
r2q1rk1/pp1Qnppp/3bpn2/2pp4/3P1P2/2PBPN2/PP4PP/RNB1R1K1 b - - 0 10


[D]
2rrq1k1/4b1pp/3npp2/pppp4/3PnP2/P1PBPNP1/1P4KP/R1B1RN2 b - - 0 25


[D]
r6k/7p/2nbp2r/1p1p1p2/p1pP1Pp1/P1P1P1Pq/1PBn2RP/2B1NNK1 w - - 0 111


[D]
6k1/2b2r1p/2n1p2r/1p1p1p2/p1pP1Pp1/P1P1P1Pq/1PBB2RP/4NNK1 b - - 0 131


[Event "Partida evaluada, 1m + 0s"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2007.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Father"]
[Black "Persianmale"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A45"]
[BlackElo "2625"]
[Annotator "Restrepo,Pablo Ignac"]
[PlyCount "261"]
[EventDate "2007.??.??"]

1. d4 {1} Nf6 {0} 2. e3 {(c4) 0.00/0 0} e6 {1} 3. c3 {(Nf3) 0.05/11 0} d5 {1}
4. f4 {(Nf3) -0.09/13 0} Nc6 {2} 5. Qa4 {(Nf3) -0.17/11 0} Bd6 {1} 6. Nf3 {
-0.53/12 0} O-O {-0.47/13 3} 7. Bd3 {0} Ne7 {-0.52/12 1} 8. O-O {0} c5 {
-0.46/12 2} 9. Re1 {(Qc2) 1} Bd7 {-0.63/10 1} 10. Qxd7 {(Qc2) 2} Qxd7 {0} 11.
g3 {(Nbd2) -7.70/9 0} Rfd8 {-8.19/10 1} 12. Nbd2 {1} Rac8 {-8.13/11 1} 13. Nf1
{(Ne5) 0} Qc6 {-8.29/10 1} 14. Kg2 {(N1d2) 1} a6 {-8.32/10 2} 15. Kg1 {(N1d2) 0
} Ne4 {-8.49/9 1} 16. N1d2 {2} Bc7 {-8.22/10 0} 17. Kg2 {(Bc2) 1} Bd6 {
-8.38/10 1} 18. Bb1 {(dxc5) 2} f6 {-8.31/10 1} 19. Bd3 {(dxc5) 1} b5 {-8.16/9 1
} 20. a3 {(a4) 1} Nf5 {-8.38/10 2} 21. Nf1 {(g4) 2} Be7 {-8.80/9 1} 22. Kg1 {
(N1d2) 1} Nfd6 {-8.78/9 1} 23. Kg2 {(N1d2) 0} Qe8 {-9.05/9 1} 24. Kg1 {(a4) 0}
a5 {-9.24/9 1} 25. Kg2 {(N1d2) 0} a4 {-9.36/9 1} 26. Bd2 {(N1d2) 1} Nc4 {
-9.62/9 1} 27. Bc1 {2} f5 {-9.46/11 0} 28. Re2 {(N1d2) 1} Qh5 {-9.69/9 0} 29.
Re1 {1} g5 {-9.71/10 0} 30. Re2 {(fxg5) 1} g4 {-10.56/9 1} 31. Ne1 {(Ne5) 1}
Qh3+ {-10.88/8 0} 32. Kg1 {2} Bf6 {-10.66/11 0} 33. Rg2 {(Ng2) 1} Rb8 {
-10.70/9 1} 34. Re2 {(Nc2) 1} Rf8 {-10.68/8 0} 35. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Kg7 {
-10.74/9 1} 36. Re2 {(Nd2) 0} Ncd6 {0} 37. Rg2 {(Bc2) -10.80/8 0} Rf7 {
-10.54/9 1} 38. Re2 {(Bc2) 1} Rc7 {-10.80/8 0} 39. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Rbb7 {
-10.77/9 1} 40. Re2 {(Bc2) 0} Rc8 {-10.77/9 1} 41. Rg2 {(Bc2) 0} Kh8 {0} 42.
Re2 {(Bc2) -10.60/8 0} Rbc7 {-10.84/8 0} 43. Rg2 {(Bc2) 0} Rc6 {-10.76/9 0} 44.
Re2 {(Nd2) 0} Kg8 {-10.92/8 0} 45. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Be7 {-10.65/9 1} 46. Re2 {
(Be2) 0} R8c7 {-10.84/8 0} 47. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Bf6 {-10.64/8 0} 48. Re2 {(Be2) 0}
Re7 {-10.87/8 0} 49. Rg2 {(Bc2) 0} Rcc7 {-10.82/9 0} 50. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Re8 {
-10.88/8 0} 51. Rg2 {(Bc2) 0} Rf8 {-10.69/8 0} 52. Re2 {(Nc2) 0} Rff7 {0} 53.
Rg2 {(Ng2) -10.88/8 0} Bg7 {-10.77/8 0} 54. Re2 {(Nc2) 0} Rf6 {-11.00/9 0} 55.
Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Rc6 {-10.89/8 0} 56. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Rh6 {-11.07/8 0} 57. Rg2 {
(Ng2) 0} Bf6 {-11.00/8 0} 58. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Rc8 {-11.11/8 0} 59. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0}
Kg7 {-11.03/9 1} 60. Re2 {(Nc2) 0} Rf8 {-11.07/8 0} 61. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Nc4 {
-10.97/9 1} 62. Re2 {1} Rc8 {-10.91/11 0} 63. Rg2 {(Rb1) 0} Rb8 {-10.97/7 0}
64. Re2 {(Nc2) 0} Rb6 {-11.07/8 0} 65. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Kg8 {-10.91/8 0} 66. Re2 {
(Nc2) 0} Ncd6 {-11.07/7 0} 67. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Rb7 {-10.80/8 0} 68. Re2 {(Be2) 0}
Rc7 {-11.02/8 0} 69. Rg2 {(Bc2) 0} Be7 {-10.88/8 0} 70. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Rc8 {
-11.00/8 0} 71. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Nc4 {-11.00/8 0} 72. Re2 {0} Bf6 {-10.82/10 0}
73. Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Bg7 {-10.96/8 0} 74. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Ncd6 {-10.93/8 0} 75. Rg2
{(Ng2) 0} Rc7 {-10.87/8 0} 76. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Rf7 {-11.07/8 0} 77. Rg2 {(Rb1) 0}
Kh8 {-11.00/8 0} 78. Re2 {(Be2) 0} Bf6 {-10.98/8 0} 79. Rg2 {(Bb1) 0} Rc7 {
-10.84/8 0} 80. Re2 {(Nc2) 0} c4 {-9.16/11 1} 81. Bc2 {2} Re7 {-8.88/13 0} 82.
Rg2 {(Ng2) 0} Kg8 {-9.62/10 1} 83. Bd1 {(Re2) 0} Rc7 {-9.54/9 1} 84. Bc2 {
(Be2) 0} Nc8 {-9.20/9 1} 85. Bd1 {(Re2) 0} Bg7 {-9.37/9 1} 86. Bc2 {(Nc2) 0}
Re7 {-9.36/8 0} 87. Bd1 {(Re2) 0} Ncd6 {-9.50/9 0} 88. Bc2 {(Nf3) 0} Bh8 {1}
89. Bd1 {(Re2) -9.33/9 0} Re8 {0} 90. Bc2 {(Be2) -9.36/9 0} Nf7 {0} 91. Bd1 {
(Re2) -9.45/8 0} Bg7 {1} 92. Bc2 {(Be2) -9.49/9 0} Rd8 {0} 93. Bd1 {
(Re2) -9.44/9 0} Ra8 {0} 94. Bc2 {(Be2) -9.44/9 0} Bf8 {0} 95. Bd1 {
(Rb1) -9.29/9 0} Ra7 {1} 96. Bc2 {-9.35/9 0} Bd6 {0} 97. Bd1 {(Re2) -8.83/10 0}
Re7 {0} 98. Bc2 {-9.35/9 0} Nd8 {0} 99. Bd1 {(Re2) -9.28/11 0} Rd7 {0} 100. Bc2
{-9.39/10 0} Nc6 {0} 101. Bd1 {(Re2) -9.38/9 0} Rf7 {0} 102. Bc2 {
(Be2) -9.83/8 0} Nf6 {0} 103. Bd1 {(Rf2) -9.82/8 0} Re7 {0} 104. Bc2 {
(Be2) -9.39/9 0} Rg7 {0} 105. Bd1 {-9.37/9 0} Rgg6 {-9.37/10 0} 106. Bc2 {
(Rb1) 0} Kh8 {-9.14/9 0} 107. Bd2 {(Rf2) 0} Rg8 {-9.66/8 0} 108. Rd1 {(Rf2) 0}
Ne4 {-9.37/9 0} 109. Bc1 {(Re2) 1} Ra8 {-9.39/8 0} 110. Rdd2 {(Nd2) 0} Nxd2 {0}
111. Bxd2 {(Rxd2) -10.27/9 0} Rf8 {0} 112. Bd1 {(Re2) -11.95/9 0} Rc8 {0} 113.
Bc2 {(Bc1) -11.34/9 0} Kg7 {-11.46/9 0} 114. Bd1 {(Rf2) 0} Rh8 {0} 115. Bc2 {
(Bc1) -11.06/9 0} Bc7 {0} 116. Bd1 {(Rf2) -12.19/9 0} Rd8 {0} 117. Bc2 {
(Bc1) -10.79/9 0} Ra8 {0} 118. Bd1 {(Rf2) -11.87/9 0} Rf8 {0} 119. Bc2 {
(Nf3) -11.55/9 0} Rff6 {0} 120. Bd1 {(Bc1) -10.71/9 0} Kh8 {0} 121. Bc2 {
(Nc2) -11.01/9 0} Kg8 {0} 122. Bd1 {(Kf2) -11.47/8 0} Bd6 {0} 123. Bc2 {
(Bc1) -10.84/9 0} Rfg6 {0} 124. Bd1 {(Bb1) -11.91/7 0} Kf8 {0} 125. Bc2 {
(Nc2) -10.71/9 0} Kf7 {0} 126. Bd1 {(Bb1) -11.38/10 0} Rg8 {0} 127. Bc2 {
-10.90/9 0} Bc7 {0} 128. Bd1 {(Rf2) -10.66/11 0} Rf8 {0} 129. Bc2 {
(Rf2) -10.85/9 0} Kg8 {0} 130. Bd1 {(Bc1) -11.48/9 0} Rf7 {0} 131. Bc2 {
(Bc1) Time  (Lag: Av=0.86s, max=6.6s) -11.31/10 0} 1-0
Parent - - By siam (**) Date 2007-08-06 15:14
Yeah really funny chess, i like this type of chess..... doing nothing and just wait till the flag drops of  the opponent. I have another hobby that i like.... to see the grass and the weeds in my garden growing...... it has nothing to do with gardening though...

yeah i'm fond of these types of games of the century

greetings

PS at this moment  i'm just staring the sun down.....
Parent - By Hetman (*****) Date 2007-08-06 18:21
Hi,

Father has created his own style. He is not following others. It allows to call him a true master.
I think to find that ideas was not easy. It shall be estimated and it is not dependent if we like or not like this style of playing.
The taste is very relative matter. In the early Capablanca time going for the pawn and for a won endgame not for the attack was not understood now it is obvious.

Rgds
Hetman
Parent - By Banned for Life (Gold) Date 2007-08-06 15:38
Its surprising that the engine didn't advance its h pawn for the easy win.
Parent - By Uri Blass (*****) Date 2007-08-06 18:38
Note that you did not play without a full queen and You captured a bishop when you played Qxd7.
I do not know if it is possible to beat Fritz when you play from the beginning without a full queen

Uri
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