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Old May 26th 07, 12:19 AM
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Default How to Fool Fritz

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Despite the formidable calculation capacity of modern computers, I think "humans" will always be able to win from Fritz, Rybka, Junior. What it takes is positional sacrifices with higher risk then taken in tournament games. Amateurs can not "head calculate" like GM's, so use the machine to analyze these sacrifices "on screen". Man-Assisted-Machine-Schach(=Chess) or MAMS. Examples of winning lines in openings used in the KRAMNIK-DEEP FRITZ 2-4 match Bonn 2006 on www.howtofoolfritz.com. What went wrong Vladimir?
Accidentally: "Fritz" was the code-name for German submarines in World War II.

Albert H. Alberts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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