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Date: 05 Jan 2009 09:03:16
From: Sanny
Subject: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
Here is a short game with Rybka and Easy Level. Please analyze and let
me know if there is any mistake made by GetClub.

Rybka sacrificed its Rook for a pawn and after 8 ply it was forced
mate.

Game Played between sanjay11 and easy at GetClub.com

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sanjay11: (White)
easy: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36409&game=Chess
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White -- Black
(sanjay11) -- (easy)

1. e2-e4{4} e7-e5{0}
2. Ng1-f3{10} Nb8-c6{0}
3. Bf1-b5{18} a7-a6{0}
4. Bb5-a4{14} d7-d6{0}
5. c2-c3{12} Bc8-d7{58}
6. Ke1-g1{16} Ng8-f6{80}
7. d2-d4{40} e5-d4{22}
8. c3-d4{44} Nf6-e4{26}
9. d4-d5{24} Nc6-e5{28}
10. Rf1-e1{26} f7-f5{100}
11. Nf3-e5{12} d6-e5{34}
12. Re1-e4{14} Bf8-d6{26}
13. Ba4-d7{32} Qd8-d7{22}
14. Re4-c4{14} Ke8-c8{150}
15. Nb1-c3{24} e5-e4{60}
16. Bc1-g5{30} Rd8-f8{30}
17. Qd1-b3{32} Kc8-b8{42}
18. Ra1-e1{22} Kb8-a8{20}
19. Qb3-a4{76} Qd7-c8{26}
20. Nc3-b5{18} Qc8-b8{26}
21. Rc4-c6{28} Qb8-e8{30}
22. Rc6-a6{14} b7-a6{0}
23. Qa4-a6{12} Ka8-b8{0}
24. Qa6-a7{16} Kb8-c8{0}
25. Qa7-a8{12} Kc8-d7{0}
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sanjay11: (White)
easy: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36409&game=Chess

What were the wrong moves made by GetClub?

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html




 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 05:34:27
From: Offramp
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
On Jan 7, 11:17=A0am, Martin Brown <

 
Date:
From: Martin Brown
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka


 
Date: 07 Jan 2009 03:03:39
From:
Subject: Re: What went wrong in this game.
Sanny wrote:
> I tried another game with Rybka. In this game GetClub was 2 pawns up
> till 11th move.
>
> But then Rybka attacked the Queen and got a Bishop. Now Rybka was a
> Bishop up for two pawns.
>
> But suddenly all pieces got exchanged and GetClub King was trapped and
> the game ends.
>
> Game Played between sanjay11 and easy at GetClub.com
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> sanjay11: (White)
> easy: (Black)
> Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
> View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36634&game=Chess
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> White -- Black
> (sanjay11) -- (easy)
>
> 1. e2-e4{2} e7-e5{0}
> 2. Ng1-f3{30} Nb8-c6{0}
> 3. Bf1-b5{14} Ng8-f6{90}
> 4. Ke1-g1{12} Nf6-e4{44}
> 5. d2-d4{12} Nc6-d4{26}
> 6. Nf3-d4{16} e5-d4{20}
> 7. Rf1-e1{12} f7-f5{46}
> 8. Nb1-d2{18} Qd8-f6{116}
> 9. Qd1-h5{16} g7-g6{24}
> 10. Nd2-e4{12} f5-e4{28}
> 11. Re1-e4{14} Bf8-e7{30}
> 12. Bc1-g5{14} Qf6-f2{32}
> 13. Kg1-f2{16} Ke8-g8{34}
> 14. Kf2-g1{12} g6-h5{36}
> 15. Re4-e7{12} c7-c6{324}
> 16. Bb5-d3{52} Rf8-f7{158}
> 17. Ra1-e1{14} d7-d5{44}
> 18. Re7-f7{14} Kg8-f7{84}
> 19. Re1-e7{4} Kf7-g8{26}
> 20. Bg5-h6{14} Bc8-g4{28}
> 21. Bd3-h7{12} Kg8-h8{0}
> 22. Bh6-f4{16} Ra8-g8{0}
> 23. Bf4-e5{12} Kh8-h7{0}
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> sanjay11: (White)
> easy: (Black)
> Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
> View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36634&game=Chess
>
> What were the wrong moves by GetClub in above game?
>
> Bye
> Sanny
>
> Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


Black was already lost by move 11 (lack of development). Grabbing
pawns in the opening at the cost of development is simply bad
strategy, and no amount of calculation can make up for it. Instead of
5. ... Nxd4 (opening the e-file and exchanging off one of Black's few
developed pieces), the normal move is 5. ... Be7. Then after 6. Re1
Nd6 7. Bxc6, Black can choose between 7. ... dxc6 (leading to an
endgame with the two Bishops versus a better pawn structure) and
7. ... bxc6 8. dxe5 Nb7, with a solid pawn center but a very cramped
position. There is also the possibility 5. ... Nd6 6. dxe5 (of course
he can play the safe 6. Bxc6 instead) 6. ... Nxb5 7. a4, as occurred
in the famous game Halprin-Pillsbury. All of this can easily be found
in opening or beginners' books, and you really ought to look it up
before posting here.


 
Date: 06 Jan 2009 23:25:58
From: Sanny
Subject: What went wrong in this game.
I tried another game with Rybka. In this game GetClub was 2 pawns up
till 11th move.

But then Rybka attacked the Queen and got a Bishop. Now Rybka was a
Bishop up for two pawns.

But suddenly all pieces got exchanged and GetClub King was trapped and
the game ends.

Game Played between sanjay11 and easy at GetClub.com

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
sanjay11: (White)
easy: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36634&game=Chess
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

White -- Black
(sanjay11) -- (easy)

1. e2-e4{2} e7-e5{0}
2. Ng1-f3{30} Nb8-c6{0}
3. Bf1-b5{14} Ng8-f6{90}
4. Ke1-g1{12} Nf6-e4{44}
5. d2-d4{12} Nc6-d4{26}
6. Nf3-d4{16} e5-d4{20}
7. Rf1-e1{12} f7-f5{46}
8. Nb1-d2{18} Qd8-f6{116}
9. Qd1-h5{16} g7-g6{24}
10. Nd2-e4{12} f5-e4{28}
11. Re1-e4{14} Bf8-e7{30}
12. Bc1-g5{14} Qf6-f2{32}
13. Kg1-f2{16} Ke8-g8{34}
14. Kf2-g1{12} g6-h5{36}
15. Re4-e7{12} c7-c6{324}
16. Bb5-d3{52} Rf8-f7{158}
17. Ra1-e1{14} d7-d5{44}
18. Re7-f7{14} Kg8-f7{84}
19. Re1-e7{4} Kf7-g8{26}
20. Bg5-h6{14} Bc8-g4{28}
21. Bd3-h7{12} Kg8-h8{0}
22. Bh6-f4{16} Ra8-g8{0}
23. Bf4-e5{12} Kh8-h7{0}
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sanjay11: (White)
easy: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=DM36634&game=Chess

What were the wrong moves by GetClub in above game?

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html



 
Date: 06 Jan 2009 15:32:39
From: help bot
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
On Jan 6, 6:40=A0am, Offramp <alaneobr...@gmail.com > wrote:

> Here is one way of beating Rybka - even in a 3-minute game.
> [Event "ICC blitz 3 0"]
> [Site "Internet Chess Club"]
> [Date "2008.03.15"]
> [EventDate "?"]
> [Round "-"]
> [Result "0-1"]
> [White "Rybka (Computer)"]
> [Black "Hikaru Nakamura"]
> [ECO "A00"]
> [WhiteElo "?"]
> [BlackElo "2697"]
> [PlyCount "510"]
>
> 1. g4 d5 2. h3 h5 3. g5 g6 4. d4 Bg7 5. Nc3 c6 6. Nf3 Bf5
> 7. Nh4 e6 8. Nxf5 exf5 9. Bf4 Ne7 10. e3 O-O 11. Qd2 Nd7
> 12. O-O-O Re8 13. Bg2 Nf8 14. Be5 Ne6 15. f4 Nc8 16. Kb1 Nd6
> 17. Bf1 Qd7 18. a4 b6 19. Ba6 Nc7 20. Be2 a6 21. Bd3 b5 22. h4
> Ne6 23. Ne2 Re7 24. Ka1 Ree8 25. Qa5 Nb7 26. Qd2 Nd6 27. Rh2
> Bf8 28. Rf2 Ng7 29. a5 Nb7 30. Ng1 Qd8 31. b4 Qd7 32. Nf3 Nd6
> 33. Bxd6 Bxd6 34. Ne5 Qb7 35. Kb2 Rac8 36. c3 Re7 37. Be2 Ree8
> 38. Bf3 Re7 39. Qc2 Rd8 40. Rfd2 Bb8 41. Be2 Re6 42. Bd3 Re7
> 43. Rf2 Re6 44. Qd2 Re7 45. Rg1 Re6 46. Rff1 Re7 47. Qd1 Re6
> 48. Rg2 Re7 49. Qc2 Re6 50. Rfg1 Re7 51. Rf2 Re6 52. Qe2 Re7
> 53. Qf3 Re6 54. Rd2 Re7 55. Rgd1 Re6 56. Qg3 Re7 57. Kb1 Re6
> 58. Bc2 Re7 59. Nd3 Re6 60. Nc5 Qc8 61. Nxe6 Qxe6 62. Kb2 Re8
> 63. Re1 Qd7 64. Qf3 Re7 65. Bd3 Re8 66. Rg2 Re7 67. Kb3 Re8
> 68. Ra2 Re7 69. Rc1 Re8 70. Rca1 Re7 71. Rg1 Re8 72. Rh2 Re7
> 73. Qg3 Re8 74. Ka3 Re7 75. Rb1 Re8 76. Rd2 Re7 77. Kb3 Re8
> 78. Ra1 Re7 79. Kb2 Re8 80. Re2 Re7 81. Ree1 Re6 82. Qf3 Qe7
> 83. Qf2 Qe8 84. Be2 Qe7 85. Bd1 Qe8 86. Bf3 Qe7 87. Qd2 Qe8
> 88. Kb3 Qe7 89. Kc2 Qe8 90. Kb2 Qe7 91. Rab1 Kf8 92. Qf2 Ke8
> 93. Be2 Kd8 94. Bd3 Qe8 95. Qf3 Ke7 96. Kb3 Kf8 97. Ra1 Qe7
> 98. Bc2 Kg8 99. Kb2 Qe8 100. Qf2 Qe7 101. Qd2 Qe8 102. Bd3 Qe7
> 103. Be2 Qe8 104. Rad1 Qe7 105. Rc1 Qe8 106. Bf3 Qe7 107. Qf2
> Qe8 108. Rcd1 Qe7 109. Be2 Re4 110. Bd3 Qe6 111. Bxe4 fxe4
> 112. Ra1 Nf5 113. Kb3 Kf8 114. Rh1 Ke8 115. Rh2 Kd7 116. Qe1
> Kd8 117. Rd1 Kd7 118. Rc2 Kd8 119. Qf2 Nd6 120. Ka2 Qf5
> 121. Rh1 Kd7 122. Qg3 Ke6 123. Qh3 Ke7 124. Qxf5 Nxf5 125. Rh3
> Ke6 126. Kb3 Bc7 127. Re2 Bb8 128. Re1 Bc7 129. Ra1 Bb8
> 130. Rd1 Bc7 131. Re1 Bb8 132. Re2 Bc7 133. Rg2 Bb8 134. Rg1
> Bc7 135. Rb1 Bb8 136. Rbh1 Bc7 137. Rg1 Bb8 138. Kb2 Bc7
> 139. Kc2 Bb8 140. Kd2 Bc7 141. Rh2 Bb8 142. Rc1 Bc7 143. Ra1
> Bb8 144. Ke2 Bc7 145. Rg1 Bb8 146. Rhh1 Bc7 147. Kd2 Bb8
> 148. Rc1 Bc7 149. Rh3 Bb8 150. Ra1 Bc7 151. Rhh1 Bb8 152. Rae1
> Bc7 153. Rh2 Bb8 154. Rh3 Bc7 155. Ra1 Bb8 156. Kc2 Bc7
> 157. Rf1 Bb8 158. Kb3 Bc7 159. Rf2 Bb8 160. Kc2 Bc7 161. Rg2
> Bb8 162. Kd2 Bc7 163. Rh1 Bb8 164. Rf2 Bc7 165. Rfh2 Bb8
> 166. Rd1 Bc7 167. Rf1 Bb8 168. Re1 Bc7 169. Ke2 Bb8 170. Rh3
> Bc7 171. Kd2 Bb8 172. Kc2 Bc7 173. Rb1 Bb8 174. c4 dxc4
> 175. Kb2 Bd6 176. Ka3 Ne7 177. Rb2 Nd5 178. Rg3 Kf5 179. Rb1
> Be7 180. Rh3 Bd6 181. Kb2 Be7 182. Re1 Bxb4 183. Re2 Bxa5
> 184. Kc1 Bb6 185. Kc2 a5 186. Rh1 a4 187. Kc1 a3 188. Rc2 Ba5
> 189. Rh3 Bb4 190. Re2 Bd6 191. Re1 b4 192. Kb1 b3 193. Rh2 c3
> 194. Rc2 Bb4 195. Ka1 bxc2 196. Ka2 Nxe3 197. Kb3 Kxf4
> 198. Rc1 c5 199. dxc5 Bxc5 200. Rh1 Kg3 201. Ra1 Kxh4 202. Rc1
> Kxg5 203. Rg1+ Kf4 204. Rh1 g5 205. Ra1 h4 206. Rc1 h3
> 207. Kxc3 g4 208. Kb3 g3 209. Ka4 g2 210. Kb5 Bd4 211. Ka6 Bb2
> 212. Ka7 Bxc1 213. Kb7 Bb2 214. Kb8 h2 215. Kb7 f5 216. Kb6
> Ke5 217. Kc6 f4 218. Kb5 f3 219. Kb6 a2 220. Kb7 f2 221. Kc8
> f1=3DB 222. Kb7 g1=3DB 223. Kb8 h1=3DB 224. Kb7 c1=3DN 225. Kc6 a1=3DB
> 226. Kd7 Nd5 227. Ke8 Ne7 228. Kxe7 Nd3 229. Kf7 Nc5 230. Ke7
> Nd7 231. Kxd7 e3 232. Kd8 e2 233. Kc7 e1=3DB 234. Kd8 Ba5+
> 235. Ke8 Bd8 236. Kf8 Be7+ 237. Kxe7 Bb5 238. Kf8 Bd5 239. Ke7
> Bb6 240. Kf8 Bd8 241. Kg7 Ba3 242. Kh6 Bf8+ 243. Kh5 Bf7+
> 244. Kg4 Bf1 245. Kg3 Bd4 246. Kg4 Bf2 247. Kf3 Be1 248. Kg4
> Bg6 249. Kf3 Bh5+ 250. Ke3 Bh3 251. Kd3 Bg6+ 252. Kc4 Bd7
> 253. Kb3 Bb5 254. Ka2 Bda5 255. Kb2 Bfb4 256. Ka2 Bec3
> 257. Kb3 Bbd3 258. Ka4 Bc2+ 259. Kb5 Be8+ 260. Ka6 Bc6
> 261. Ka7 Bd3 262. Kb8 Bdb5 263. Kc8 Kd6 264. Kb8 Bf6 265. Kc8
> Kd5 266. Kb8 Bd6+ 267. Kc8 Bd7+ 268. Kb7 Bd4 269. Ka8 Bac7
> 270. Kb7 Bdb6 271. Ka8 Bbc6# 0-1
>
> Quite funny... Has anyone read this far?


Rybka playing 1. g4? What sort of horrid
modifications were made, to dumb her down
to the Sam Sloan level?


In the games I played over -- although they
could have been even better with longer time
controls -- there is simply no comparison to
three-minute blitz chess. Except for Zappa
or Zap Chess, Rybka demolished her victims
like a master chef chops carrots.


-- help bot




 
Date:
From: Martin Brown
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka


 
Date:
From: Martin Brown
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka


 
Date: 06 Jan 2009 03:40:42
From: Offramp
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
Here is one way of beating Rybka - even in a 3-minute game.
[Event "ICC blitz 3 0"]
[Site "Internet Chess Club"]
[Date "2008.03.15"]
[EventDate "?"]
[Round "-"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "Rybka (Computer)"]
[Black "Hikaru Nakamura"]
[ECO "A00"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "2697"]
[PlyCount "510"]

1. g4 d5 2. h3 h5 3. g5 g6 4. d4 Bg7 5. Nc3 c6 6. Nf3 Bf5
7. Nh4 e6 8. Nxf5 exf5 9. Bf4 Ne7 10. e3 O-O 11. Qd2 Nd7
12. O-O-O Re8 13. Bg2 Nf8 14. Be5 Ne6 15. f4 Nc8 16. Kb1 Nd6
17. Bf1 Qd7 18. a4 b6 19. Ba6 Nc7 20. Be2 a6 21. Bd3 b5 22. h4
Ne6 23. Ne2 Re7 24. Ka1 Ree8 25. Qa5 Nb7 26. Qd2 Nd6 27. Rh2
Bf8 28. Rf2 Ng7 29. a5 Nb7 30. Ng1 Qd8 31. b4 Qd7 32. Nf3 Nd6
33. Bxd6 Bxd6 34. Ne5 Qb7 35. Kb2 Rac8 36. c3 Re7 37. Be2 Ree8
38. Bf3 Re7 39. Qc2 Rd8 40. Rfd2 Bb8 41. Be2 Re6 42. Bd3 Re7
43. Rf2 Re6 44. Qd2 Re7 45. Rg1 Re6 46. Rff1 Re7 47. Qd1 Re6
48. Rg2 Re7 49. Qc2 Re6 50. Rfg1 Re7 51. Rf2 Re6 52. Qe2 Re7
53. Qf3 Re6 54. Rd2 Re7 55. Rgd1 Re6 56. Qg3 Re7 57. Kb1 Re6
58. Bc2 Re7 59. Nd3 Re6 60. Nc5 Qc8 61. Nxe6 Qxe6 62. Kb2 Re8
63. Re1 Qd7 64. Qf3 Re7 65. Bd3 Re8 66. Rg2 Re7 67. Kb3 Re8
68. Ra2 Re7 69. Rc1 Re8 70. Rca1 Re7 71. Rg1 Re8 72. Rh2 Re7
73. Qg3 Re8 74. Ka3 Re7 75. Rb1 Re8 76. Rd2 Re7 77. Kb3 Re8
78. Ra1 Re7 79. Kb2 Re8 80. Re2 Re7 81. Ree1 Re6 82. Qf3 Qe7
83. Qf2 Qe8 84. Be2 Qe7 85. Bd1 Qe8 86. Bf3 Qe7 87. Qd2 Qe8
88. Kb3 Qe7 89. Kc2 Qe8 90. Kb2 Qe7 91. Rab1 Kf8 92. Qf2 Ke8
93. Be2 Kd8 94. Bd3 Qe8 95. Qf3 Ke7 96. Kb3 Kf8 97. Ra1 Qe7
98. Bc2 Kg8 99. Kb2 Qe8 100. Qf2 Qe7 101. Qd2 Qe8 102. Bd3 Qe7
103. Be2 Qe8 104. Rad1 Qe7 105. Rc1 Qe8 106. Bf3 Qe7 107. Qf2
Qe8 108. Rcd1 Qe7 109. Be2 Re4 110. Bd3 Qe6 111. Bxe4 fxe4
112. Ra1 Nf5 113. Kb3 Kf8 114. Rh1 Ke8 115. Rh2 Kd7 116. Qe1
Kd8 117. Rd1 Kd7 118. Rc2 Kd8 119. Qf2 Nd6 120. Ka2 Qf5
121. Rh1 Kd7 122. Qg3 Ke6 123. Qh3 Ke7 124. Qxf5 Nxf5 125. Rh3
Ke6 126. Kb3 Bc7 127. Re2 Bb8 128. Re1 Bc7 129. Ra1 Bb8
130. Rd1 Bc7 131. Re1 Bb8 132. Re2 Bc7 133. Rg2 Bb8 134. Rg1
Bc7 135. Rb1 Bb8 136. Rbh1 Bc7 137. Rg1 Bb8 138. Kb2 Bc7
139. Kc2 Bb8 140. Kd2 Bc7 141. Rh2 Bb8 142. Rc1 Bc7 143. Ra1
Bb8 144. Ke2 Bc7 145. Rg1 Bb8 146. Rhh1 Bc7 147. Kd2 Bb8
148. Rc1 Bc7 149. Rh3 Bb8 150. Ra1 Bc7 151. Rhh1 Bb8 152. Rae1
Bc7 153. Rh2 Bb8 154. Rh3 Bc7 155. Ra1 Bb8 156. Kc2 Bc7
157. Rf1 Bb8 158. Kb3 Bc7 159. Rf2 Bb8 160. Kc2 Bc7 161. Rg2
Bb8 162. Kd2 Bc7 163. Rh1 Bb8 164. Rf2 Bc7 165. Rfh2 Bb8
166. Rd1 Bc7 167. Rf1 Bb8 168. Re1 Bc7 169. Ke2 Bb8 170. Rh3
Bc7 171. Kd2 Bb8 172. Kc2 Bc7 173. Rb1 Bb8 174. c4 dxc4
175. Kb2 Bd6 176. Ka3 Ne7 177. Rb2 Nd5 178. Rg3 Kf5 179. Rb1
Be7 180. Rh3 Bd6 181. Kb2 Be7 182. Re1 Bxb4 183. Re2 Bxa5
184. Kc1 Bb6 185. Kc2 a5 186. Rh1 a4 187. Kc1 a3 188. Rc2 Ba5
189. Rh3 Bb4 190. Re2 Bd6 191. Re1 b4 192. Kb1 b3 193. Rh2 c3
194. Rc2 Bb4 195. Ka1 bxc2 196. Ka2 Nxe3 197. Kb3 Kxf4
198. Rc1 c5 199. dxc5 Bxc5 200. Rh1 Kg3 201. Ra1 Kxh4 202. Rc1
Kxg5 203. Rg1+ Kf4 204. Rh1 g5 205. Ra1 h4 206. Rc1 h3
207. Kxc3 g4 208. Kb3 g3 209. Ka4 g2 210. Kb5 Bd4 211. Ka6 Bb2
212. Ka7 Bxc1 213. Kb7 Bb2 214. Kb8 h2 215. Kb7 f5 216. Kb6
Ke5 217. Kc6 f4 218. Kb5 f3 219. Kb6 a2 220. Kb7 f2 221. Kc8
f1=B 222. Kb7 g1=B 223. Kb8 h1=B 224. Kb7 c1=N 225. Kc6 a1=B
226. Kd7 Nd5 227. Ke8 Ne7 228. Kxe7 Nd3 229. Kf7 Nc5 230. Ke7
Nd7 231. Kxd7 e3 232. Kd8 e2 233. Kc7 e1=B 234. Kd8 Ba5+
235. Ke8 Bd8 236. Kf8 Be7+ 237. Kxe7 Bb5 238. Kf8 Bd5 239. Ke7
Bb6 240. Kf8 Bd8 241. Kg7 Ba3 242. Kh6 Bf8+ 243. Kh5 Bf7+
244. Kg4 Bf1 245. Kg3 Bd4 246. Kg4 Bf2 247. Kf3 Be1 248. Kg4
Bg6 249. Kf3 Bh5+ 250. Ke3 Bh3 251. Kd3 Bg6+ 252. Kc4 Bd7
253. Kb3 Bb5 254. Ka2 Bda5 255. Kb2 Bfb4 256. Ka2 Bec3
257. Kb3 Bbd3 258. Ka4 Bc2+ 259. Kb5 Be8+ 260. Ka6 Bc6
261. Ka7 Bd3 262. Kb8 Bdb5 263. Kc8 Kd6 264. Kb8 Bf6 265. Kc8
Kd5 266. Kb8 Bd6+ 267. Kc8 Bd7+ 268. Kb7 Bd4 269. Ka8 Bac7
270. Kb7 Bdb6 271. Ka8 Bbc6# 0-1

Quite funny... Has anyone read this far?


 
Date: 06 Jan 2009 01:41:43
From: help bot
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
On Jan 6, 12:46=A0am, Sanny <softtank...@hotmail.com > wrote:

> In this game Rybka was thinking 5-10 sec / move while GetClub Easy
> Level was thinking 30-40 sec / move.
>
> GetClub was thinking 6-10 times longer.
>
> I think I will have a Match between Normal Level and Rybka. What do
> you say who will win?


I will say Rybka.

A good while back, I played over a bunch of games
from one of those computer championships... and
only one program was able to keep from getting
beaten (by Rybka) like carrots: Zappa. After seeing
those games, I am inclined to "believe the hype",
and I don't see "3000+" as an exaggeration. Well,
now they have even faster processors -- quad core
and maybe even eight core -- and Rybka has been
improved further... and there is a Deep Rybka.

My friends, we are now ready for when the alien
ships arrive, threatening to destroy the Earth unless
we [i.e. Rybka] can beat them in a game of chess.

And if all else fails, there is still our invisible thread
trick... .


-- help bot




 
Date: 05 Jan 2009 23:28:34
From: Offramp
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
On Jan 6, 5:46=A0am, Sanny <softtank...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> > =A0 I think the recent improvements are sufficient
> > to nix my old recommendation of Rook odds;
> > now I would suggest Knight odds, with Rybka
> > being allowed to "think" just as long as her
> > opponent-- at least a minute per move.
>
> In this game Rybka was thinking 5-10 sec / move while GetClub Easy
> Level was thinking 30-40 sec / move.
>
> GetClub was thinking 6-10 times longer.
>
> I think I will have a Match between Normal Level and Rybka. What do
> you say who will win?
>
> Bye
> Sanny
>
> Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html

Ummm...let's see.....errr....I'll say, um.... Rybka.


 
Date: 05 Jan 2009 21:46:29
From: Sanny
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
> =A0 I think the recent improvements are sufficient
> to nix my old recommendation of Rook odds;
> now I would suggest Knight odds, with Rybka
> being allowed to "think" just as long as her
> opponent-- at least a minute per move.

In this game Rybka was thinking 5-10 sec / move while GetClub Easy
Level was thinking 30-40 sec / move.

GetClub was thinking 6-10 times longer.

I think I will have a Match between Normal Level and Rybka. What do
you say who will win?

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html



 
Date: 05 Jan 2009 21:11:25
From: help bot
Subject: Re: Game between GetClub (Easy Level) & Rybka
On Jan 5, 12:03=A0pm, Sanny <softtank...@hotmail.com > wrote:

> Here is a short game with Rybka and Easy Level. Please analyze and let
> me know if there is any mistake made by GetClub.


1. The first mistake was sitting down to play (Rybka).

2. The second mistake was in not giving GC odds.

3. The third mistake was in giving Rybka White.


> sanjay11: (White)
> easy: (Black)
> Game Played at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
> View Recorded Game:http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?id=3DDM36409&game=
=3DChess
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--=AD-----
>
> White -- Black
> (sanjay11) -- (easy)
>
> 1. e2-e4{4} e7-e5{0}
> 2. Ng1-f3{10} Nb8-c6{0}
> 3. Bf1-b5{18} a7-a6{0}
> 4. Bb5-a4{14} d7-d6{0}
> 5. c2-c3{12} Bc8-d7{58}
> 6. Ke1-g1{16} Ng8-f6{80}
> 7. d2-d4{40} e5-d4{22}


Blindfolded, this "looks" like an error to me, as
White gains a powerful pawn center.


> 8. c3-d4{44} Nf6-e4{26}


King still in center-- on the same file as now
stands the Black Knight; this can not be good.


> 9. d4-d5{24} Nc6-e5{28}


Two pieces on same file as un-castled King?
Go directly to jail; do not pass Go; do not
collect $100 dollars.


> 10. Rf1-e1{26} f7-f5{100}


O-h m-y g-a-w-d. The Duke and the Count
are back-- with a vengeance!


> 11. Nf3-e5{12} d6-e5{34}
> 12. Re1-e4{14} Bf8-d6{26}
> 13. Ba4-d7{32} Qd8-d7{22}
> 14. Re4-c4{14} Ke8-c8{150}
> 15. Nb1-c3{24} e5-e4{60}
> 16. Bc1-g5{30} Rd8-f8{30}
> 17. Qd1-b3{32} Kc8-b8{42}
> 18. Ra1-e1{22} Kb8-a8{20}
> 19. Qb3-a4{76} Qd7-c8{26}
> 20. Nc3-b5{18} Qc8-b8{26}
> 21. Rc4-c6{28} Qb8-e8{30}
> 22. Rc6-a6{14} b7-a6{0}
> 23. Qa4-a6{12} Ka8-b8{0}
> 24. Qa6-a7{16} Kb8-c8{0}
> 25. Qa7-a8{12} Kc8-d7{0}


Active play by Black's King-- this is an
improvement.


> What were the wrong moves made by GetClub?


4. Showing up to play.



The games between GC and Rybka would be
a lot more interesting to "viewers" if the time
control was longer, and you started off with a
handicap to level the field a bit.
I think the recent improvements are sufficient
to nix my old recommendation of Rook odds;
now I would suggest Knight odds, with Rybka
being allowed to "think" just as long as her
opponent-- at least a minute per move.


-- help bot