By rusly Date 2007-12-07 10:02
any one can tell me how to to join in yahoo chess game using rybka engine?
By Felix Kling Date 2007-12-11 23:05
By souk Date 2007-12-12 05:36
Yahoo chess doesnt have a engine room !!!
By bayselo Date 2007-12-12 06:06 Edited 2007-12-12 06:08
maybe his intention is to cheat people there .... It is kinda obvious you know since yahoo does not permit computer assistance
By Felix Kling Date 2007-12-12 14:47
aha, ok, I wasn't sure about it, he send me an email some days ago and yesterday I saw that he posted the question in the wrong forum, so I moved it to this forum...
By dareapa Date 2007-12-12 14:48
Do chess programs cheat at chess??? If a person uses an engine to play a human, he's only cheating himself. If a strong chess player signs into yahoo for the first time, his rating is provisional. If that player kills every opponent, is he cheating because he is stronger?? I play programs all the time...I've never been cheated once. Chess is chess and to play a stronger opponent only makes one game stronger.
By turbojuice1122 Date 2007-12-12 15:35
To play well, you must play differently against computers than against humans, even if the differences are only in approach to the general game plan, or if they're in the thinking of concrete variations. People have the right to know against what sort of entity they're playing. If you are rated 2500 and play against a 2500-rated computer the same way that you'd play against a 2500-rated human, you would probably end up with a rating of about 2300.
By dareapa Date 2007-12-12 18:34
Yes, you are right ,I believe knowing who ur opponent is is important in ur success....And it is not fair to let ur engine smash poor unsuspecting people....but my definition of cheating in chess is for e.g. making ur knight move like a bishop :) ... but i do see how if u have a certain game when u play Rybka then someone sneaks junior in, how u could be at a disadvantage.
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