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Date: 31 Dec 2007 13:45:06
From:
Subject: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
Greetings, Friends

I'm putting together a reference guide on
the Sicilian Najdorf and I would greatly
value your insights on the matter.

The blog's premise is the illumination of
strategic pathways in the Najdorf via
human-guided computer analysis.

Please bear in mind that the site is still
under construction. Nonetheless, any
feedback you may have is most welcome.

Thank you all.

http://chesssiciliannajdorf101.blogspot.com/




 
Date: 02 Jan 2008 15:57:36
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
On Jan 1, 8:03 pm, [email protected] wrote:
> FYI David Richerby:
>
> (1) Verbal diarrhea is best avoided by being attentive to details
> (2) Wreck yourself before you check yourself

The follow-up:

http://chesssiciliannajdorf411.blogspot.com/


 
Date: 02 Jan 2008 10:05:42
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
Now we're talking...

Did I mention when I was making your mom last night
she said to watch out for your moronic mutterings...

Wanker...



 
Date: 01 Jan 2008 17:03:54
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
FYI David Richerby:

(1) Verbal diarrhea is best avoided by being attentive to details
(2) Wreck yourself before you check yourself


 
Date: 01 Jan 2008 16:09:13
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
On Jan 1, 10:36 am, David Richerby <[email protected] >
wrote:
> <[email protected]> wrote:
> > The blog's premise is the illumination of strategic pathways in the
> > Najdorf via human-guided computer analysis.
>
> But it doesn't illuminate: it just enumerates. Pages and pages of
> variations down to move twelve or so. No analysis, no annotation, no
> sidelines, no evaluation. The same diagrams printed again and again.
>
> There's much more raw information about the Najdorf in NCO or in your
> favourite chess engine's opening book. There's more instruction in
> King's book.
>
> I hope this wasn't just a tragic waste of time and that you learnt
> something while sitting in front of your computer watching it analyze.
> Something more than `After 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3
> a6 6.Be2 e5 7.Nf3 Be7, my computer will play 8.O-O, expecting 8... 0-0
> 9.Be3 Nbd7 10.a4 Qc7 11.a5 Nc5 12.Nd2 Qc6 13.Bg5 Be6' (Lord only knows
> where to go from there or what would happen after any other eighth
> move). Assuming you have learnt something, why not blog about that?
>
> Dave.
>
> --
> David Richerby Natural Apple (TM): it's like a tastywww.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~davidr/ fruit but it's completely natural!

"Pages and pages of variations down to move twelve or so.
No analysis, no annotation, no sidelines, no evaluation.
The same diagrams printed again and again."

You've totally failed to discern the site's structure. But I
guess that's YOUR problem. You also need to pay
attention: THE SITE IS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION!

"There's much more raw information about the Najdorf in
NCO or in your favourite chess engine's opening book.
There's more instruction in King's book."

Not once I'm done with the blog. At that point, NCO or
King's book will have nothing on me! I'm going to show
you that no conventional book can beat a blog in terms
of quality and functionality. But why should I, when traffic
is steady and rising?

"I hope this wasn't just a tragic waste of time and that you learnt
something while sitting in front of your computer watching it analyze.
Something more than `After 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3
a6 6.Be2 e5 7.Nf3 Be7, my computer will play 8.O-O, expecting 8... 0-0
9.Be3 Nbd7 10.a4 Qc7 11.a5 Nc5 12.Nd2 Qc6 13.Bg5 Be6' (Lord only knows
where to go from there or what would happen after any other eighth
move). Assuming you have learnt something, why not blog about that?"

Don't bother hoping because it wasn't! Again, your interpretation of
the blog is
SO misguided I'm better off silent. I guess it's okay to pitch your
acquaintances'
stuff, or your own stuff for that matter, by bashing other people's.
Happy New Year!


 
Date: 01 Jan 2008 15:26:00
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
On Jan 1, 10:36 am, David Richerby <[email protected] >
wrote:
> <[email protected]> wrote:
> > The blog's premise is the illumination of strategic pathways in the
> > Najdorf via human-guided computer analysis.
>
> But it doesn't illuminate: it just enumerates. Pages and pages of
> variations down to move twelve or so. No analysis, no annotation, no
> sidelines, no evaluation. The same diagrams printed again and again.
>
> There's much more raw information about the Najdorf in NCO or in your
> favourite chess engine's opening book. There's more instruction in
> King's book.
>
> I hope this wasn't just a tragic waste of time and that you learnt
> something while sitting in front of your computer watching it analyze.
> Something more than `After 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3
> a6 6.Be2 e5 7.Nf3 Be7, my computer will play 8.O-O, expecting 8... 0-0
> 9.Be3 Nbd7 10.a4 Qc7 11.a5 Nc5 12.Nd2 Qc6 13.Bg5 Be6' (Lord only knows
> where to go from there or what would happen after any other eighth
> move). Assuming you have learnt something, why not blog about that?
>
> Dave.
>
> --
> David Richerby Natural Apple (TM): it's like a tastywww.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~davidr/ fruit but it's completely natural!

Hence "Please bear in mind that the site is still
under construction." Have a great day!


 
Date: 01 Jan 2008 15:36:17
From: David Richerby
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
<[email protected] > wrote:
> The blog's premise is the illumination of strategic pathways in the
> Najdorf via human-guided computer analysis.

But it doesn't illuminate: it just enumerates. Pages and pages of
variations down to move twelve or so. No analysis, no annotation, no
sidelines, no evaluation. The same diagrams printed again and again.

There's much more raw information about the Najdorf in NCO or in your
favourite chess engine's opening book. There's more instruction in
King's book.

I hope this wasn't just a tragic waste of time and that you learnt
something while sitting in front of your computer watching it analyze.
Something more than `After 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3
a6 6.Be2 e5 7.Nf3 Be7, my computer will play 8.O-O, expecting 8... 0-0
9.Be3 Nbd7 10.a4 Qc7 11.a5 Nc5 12.Nd2 Qc6 13.Bg5 Be6' (Lord only knows
where to go from there or what would happen after any other eighth
move). Assuming you have learnt something, why not blog about that?


Dave.

--
David Richerby Natural Apple (TM): it's like a tasty
www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~davidr/ fruit but it's completely natural!


  
Date: 02 Jan 2008 12:49:39
From: David Richerby
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
Oh, look. [email protected], [email protected] and
[email protected] all feel the need to post aggressively at me
from the same IP address. Grow up.


Dave.

--
David Richerby Laptop Postman (TM): it's like a man
www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~davidr/ who delivers the mail that you can
put on your lap!


   
Date: 03 Jan 2008 09:58:48
From: Harry Hemmaroid
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
David Richerby wrote:
>
> Oh, look. [email protected], [email protected] and
> [email protected] all feel the need to post aggressively at me
> from the same IP address. Grow up.
>
> Dave.

Well, you, yourself just couldn't refrain from bitching about his
precious blog & given the sensitivities of some of the tossers here his
petty campaign against you is hardly surprising - no?..


 
Date: 31 Dec 2007 14:36:18
From:
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
On Dec 31, 4:58 pm, "Chess One" <[email protected] > wrote:
> One idea is to contact MAMS researcher Albert Alberts. His last book was
> titled; "How to Fool Fritz". You can google it for reviews. Phil
>
> <[email protected]> wrote in message
>
> news:[email protected]m...
>
> > Greetings, Friends
>
> > I'm putting together a reference guide on
> > the Sicilian Najdorf and I would greatly
> > value your insights on the matter.
>
> > The blog's premise is the illumination of
> > strategic pathways in the Najdorf via
> > human-guided computer analysis.
>
> > Please bear in mind that the site is still
> > under construction. Nonetheless, any
> > feedback you may have is most welcome.
>
> > Thank you all.
>
> >http://chesssiciliannajdorf101.blogspot.com/

Thanks for the MAMS resource!


 
Date: 31 Dec 2007 16:58:07
From: Chess One
Subject: Re: Introducing Silicon Vision: Najdorf Style
One idea is to contact MAMS researcher Albert Alberts. His last book was
titled; "How to Fool Fritz". You can google it for reviews. Phil

<[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]m...
> Greetings, Friends
>
> I'm putting together a reference guide on
> the Sicilian Najdorf and I would greatly
> value your insights on the matter.
>
> The blog's premise is the illumination of
> strategic pathways in the Najdorf via
> human-guided computer analysis.
>
> Please bear in mind that the site is still
> under construction. Nonetheless, any
> feedback you may have is most welcome.
>
> Thank you all.
>
> http://chesssiciliannajdorf101.blogspot.com/