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Quote: All_Is_Number " I think, and one of the definitions you provided stated, that ROOT is simply an informal way of shouting "square root of." Thus, ROOT 100 = √(100) = 10. "

GiB. No Idea what the above is about!?

Anyway...OK! ( ROOT = 1 ) As an Example...( ROOT = 100 ) As an Example...Now do you Get it! Anything that you think is the ROOT! is The ROOT! in this case We want to know what you think ( Infinite-Recurring 0.9 ) Is as the ROOT!

And Then Give...All Three you Now Have the Root? (or Maybe Not??)

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Negative = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Root = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Positive = ?

A Better way of Looking at the above is IR0.9N( ? ) IR0.9R( ? ) IR0.9P( ? )

The Above is just Variables in case you Want to make a Formula!

GiB.

Quote: gAr "Believe nothing, no matter where you read it" ( I read it everywhere - "DO NOT FEED THE TROLL"

http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Internet_troll#Psychology_of_trolls )

Last edited by gAr (Today 02:22:24 )

GiB.

bobbym & phrontister

Two Pea's in a Pod!

I had a School friend like That!/This! Then I Discovered Girls!...

GiB.

Hi dolgopolov

Are you bobbym's Brother?

GiB.

( THE ROOT IS WHAT YOU THINK! Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Is )

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This is Incredible!!

( THE ROOT IS WHAT YOU THINK! Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Is )

The Same as ( THE ROOT For 100 is 100 )

GiB.

Just For ALL_Is_Number

100 Root = 100 ( THE ROOT IS THE START! THE ORIGIN! ) (The Root) is Not The Square Root) And Just In case Anyone Thinks It's Teeth? Etc.

GiB.

Only People in the Know! Know!

The same People that Know ( Using the technique of singular extensions it could also follow lines of forced moves that reach even further, which is how it once found a checkmate in 37 moves.) (1994!)

GiB.

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Hi phrontister

I used to have a Novag Constelation 3.6 and Thought at the time it was The D'sBlox (Only a Few Native People will Understand this!) But for the others...Very Good!

I also had many other Dedicated Electronic Chess Boards...Then the Software became so Strong! and so it was Good Bye to Them.

GiB.

So Now all we have to find is...

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Negative = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Root = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Positive = ?

A Better way of Looking at the above is IR0.9N( ? ) IR0.9R( ? ) IR0.9P( ? )

It Helps!...if Everyone stays Focused on the Problem! Now ( ROOT ) is Fully Understood.

GiB.

Quote: ALL_Is_Number (Strange Name!) "Any confusion is due solely to the unnecessary new terminology, not due to the fact that 0.999999 is exactly equal to 1. Please define the terminology you are using. "

GiB. The Terminology is Quite simple!...

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Root

To turn up or to dig out with the snout; as, the swine roots

the earth.

Root Root, n. [Icel. r[=o]t (for vr[=o]t); akin to E. wort,

and perhaps to root to turn up the earth. See Wort.]

1. (Bot.)

(a) The underground portion of a plant, whether a true

root or a tuber, a bulb or rootstock, as in the

potato, the onion, or the sweet flag.

(b) The descending, and commonly branching, axis of a

plant, increasing in length by growth at its extremity

only, not divided into joints, leafless and without

buds, and having for its offices to fix the plant in

the earth, to supply it with moisture and soluble

matters, and sometimes to serve as a reservoir of

nutriment for future growth. A true root, however, may

never reach the ground, but may be attached to a wall,

etc., as in the ivy, or may hang loosely in the air,

as in some epiphytic orchids.

2. An edible or esculent root, especially of such plants as

produce a single root, as the beet, carrot, etc.; as, the

root crop.

3. That which resembles a root in position or function, esp.

as a source of nourishment or support; that from which

anything proceeds as if by growth or development; as, the

root of a tooth, a nail, a cancer, and the like.

Specifically:

(a) An ancestor or progenitor; and hence, an early race; a

stem.

They were the roots out of which sprang two

distinct people. --Locke.

(b) A primitive form of speech; one of the earliest terms

employed in language; a word from which other words

are formed; a radix, or radical.

(c) The cause or occasion by which anything is brought

about; the source. "She herself . . . is root of

bounty." --Chaucer.

The love of money is a root of all kinds of

evil. --1 Tim. vi.

10 (rev. Ver.)

(d) (Math.) That factor of a quantity which when

multiplied into itself will produce that quantity;

thus, 3 is a root of 9, because 3 multiplied into

itself produces 9; 3 is the cube root of 27.

(e) (Mus.) The fundamental tone of any chord; the tone

from whose harmonics, or overtones, a chord is

composed. --Busby.

(f) The lowest place, position, or part. "Deep to the

roots of hell." --Milton. "The roots of the

mountains." --Southey.

4. (Astrol.) The time which to reckon in making calculations.

When a root is of a birth yknowe [known]. --Chaucer.

Aerial roots. (a) Small roots emitted from the stem of a plant in the

open air, which, attaching themselves to the bark of

trees, etc., serve to support the plant.

(b) Large roots growing from the stem, etc., which descend

and establish themselves in the soil. See Illust. of

Mangrove.

Multiple primary root a name given to the numerous

roots emitted from the radicle in many plants, as the

squash.

Primary root the central, first-formed, main root,

from which the rootlets are given off.

Root and branch, part; wholly; completely; as, to

destroy an error root and branch.

Root-and-branch men, reformers; -- a designation

applied to the English Independents (1641). See Citation

under Radical, n., 2.

Root barnacle one of the Rhizocephala.

Root hair one of the slender, hairlike fibers found

on the surface of fresh roots. They are prolongations of

the superficial cells of the root into minute tubes.

--Gray.

Root leaf a radical leaf. See Radical, a., 3

(b) .

Root louse any plant louse, or aphid, which lives

on the roots of plants, as the Phylloxera of the

grapevine. See Phylloxera.

Root of an equation that value which, substituted

for the unknown quantity in an equation, satisfies the

equation.

Root of a nail

(Anat.), the part of a nail which is covered by the skin.

Root of a tooth the part of a tooth contained in

the socket and consisting of one or more fangs.

Secondary roots roots emitted from any part of the

plant above the radicle.

To strike root, take root}, to send forth roots; to

become fixed in the earth, etc., by a root; hence, in

general, to become planted, fixed, or established; to

increase and spread; as, an opinion takes root. "The

bended twigs take root." --Milton.

Root Root, v. i. [AS. wr[=o]tan; akin to wr[=o]t a snout,

trunk, D. wroeten to root, G. r["u]ssel snout, trunk,

proboscis, Icel. r[=o]ta to root, and perhaps to L. rodere to

gnaw (E. rodent) or to E. root, n.]

1. To turn up the earth with the snout, as swine.

2. Hence, to seek for favor or advancement by low arts or

groveling servility; to fawn servilely.

Root Root (r[=oo]t), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Rooted; p. pr. &

vb. n. Rooting.]

1. To fix the root; to enter the earth, as roots; to take

root and begin to grow.

In deep grounds the weeds root deeper. --Mortimer.

2. To be firmly fixed; to be established.

If any irregularity chanced to intervene and to

cause misappehensions, he gave them not leave to

root and fasten by concealment. --Bp. Fell.

Root Root, v. i. [Cf. Rout to roar.]

To shout for, or otherwise noisly applaud or encourage, a

contestant, as in sports; hence, to wish earnestly for the

success of some one or the happening of some event, with the

superstitious notion that this action may have efficacy; --

usually with for; as, the crowd rooted for the home team.

[Slang or Cant, U. S.]

Root Root, v. t.

1. To plant and fix deeply in the earth, or as in the earth;

to implant firmly; hence, to make deep or radical; to

establish; -- used chiefly in the participle; as, rooted

trees or forests; rooted dislike.

2. To tear up by the root; to eradicate; to extirpate; --

with up, out, or away. "I will go root away the noisome

weeds." --Shak.

The Lord rooted them out of their land . . . and

cast them into another land. --Deut. xxix.

28.

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GiB.

Now that is Clear to you!? But we are of course talking about a Math Root Maybe you Mean The square root, the cube root, or more generally the nth root of a number. ... A root system of vectors, whose elements are called roots. ...

This is where Good old Common Sense comes in! ( THE ROOT IS THE START! THE ORIGIN! ) as in the Example 100.

Before any Confusion!? ( The Root ) is Not The Square Root...

GiB.

**GeniusIsBack**- Replies: 31

OK! The Way I would like to put forward is...to find The Negative,The Root,and The Positive.

Below is an Example Using 100

100 Negative = 99.9

100 Root = 100 ( THE ROOT IS THE START! THE ORIGIN! ) (The Root) is Not The Square Root) And Just In case Anyone Thinks It's Teeth? Etc.

100 Positive = 100.1

A Better way of Looking at the above is 100N(99.9) 100R(100) 100P(100.1)

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So Now all we have to find is...

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Negative = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Root = ?

Infinite-Recurring 0.9 Positive = ?

A Better way of Looking at the above is IR0.9N( ? ) IR0.9R( ? ) IR0.9P( ? )

GiB.

1994, Deep Thought 2 won the North American Computer Chess Championship for the fifth time, with its rating estimated at around 2600. It was sponsored by IBM. Some engineers who designed Deep Thought also worked in the design of Deep Thought 2. Its algorithms were quite simple evaluation functions, but it could examine half a billion chess positions per move in tournament games, which is sufficient to reach depth of 10 or 11 moves ahead in complex positions. Despite that, using the technique of singular extensions it could also follow lines of forced moves that reach even further, which is how it once found a checkmate in 37 moves.

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It's No Good "bobbym" Your in a Corner and you can't get out of it! CHECK!

All my Quotes are Based on Calculation/Search of Some Kind!

I love the Way you Skip..." Deep Thought was Old Technology Compared to Deep Blue in 1997 and yet even Deep Thought could Search 30 to 60 plies in Forcing Lines ( 30 Moves ) So for Deep Blue to Search 30 + Moves would be no Problem! "

And Now CHECKMATE!!

GiB.

Quote: bobbym No engine ever made or very likely in the future can search 30 moves ahead.

GiB.

When Using Table Bases the Computer still has to Search! + Moves Ahead! which Again is Opposite to your Quote above!

You could not Store or Search to 317 Moves as well as Many of the Other Searches Above.

To Prove the Point in Another Way!...

Deep Thought,1990,FENG-HSIUNG HSU, THOMAS ANANTHARAMAN, MURRAY CAMPBELL and ANDREAS NOWATZYK.

Speed is the key to work now under way at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, where the next-generation machine is now being designed. It should out calculate its predecessor by a factor of at least 1,000. The machine we have in mind will therefore examine more than a billion positions per second, enough to search 14 or 15 plies deep in most cases and from 30 to 60 plies in forcing lines.

GiB.

Deep Thought was Old Technology Compared to Deep Blue in 1997 and yet even Deep Thought could Search 30 to 60 plies in Forcing Lines ( 30 Moves ) So for Deep Blue to Search 30 + Moves would be no Problem!

Quote: bobbym No engine ever made or very likely in the future can search 30 moves ahead.

GiB.

Don't Know How many Times I have to Keep doing this!? Until the Penny Drops!:)

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Longest Forced Check Mates/Conversions: So Far!?

3 Pieces:

KP-K, 28 moves DTM, 19 moves DTC.

4 Pieces:

KR-KN, 40 moves DTM [27 moves DTC].

KBN-K, 33 moves DTC&M

KQ-KR, 31 moves DTC (that is, capturing the rook)

KQ-KP, 27 moves DTC

5 Pieces:

KPP-KP, 127 moves DTM (turning into a KQP-KQ win in 122).

KQP-KQ, 124 moves DTM, 114 moves DTC.

KNN-KP, 115 moves DTM, 114 moves DTC, 82 moves DTZ (distance to zeroing - meaning an irreversible move, one that puts the OTB 50-move count back to zero; in this case a pawn move).

Other maximal wins of over 50 moves include (highlighted are the two most practical by far):

KQ-KRP, 79 moves DTC; KBN-KN, 76 moves DTC; KQ-KBB, 71 moves DTC; KBB-KN, 66 moves DTC; KQ-KNN, 63 moves DTC; KRB-KB, 62 moves DTC; KQR-KQ, 60 moves DTC; KRP-KR, 60 moves DTC; KRB-KR, 59 moves DTC.

6 Pieces:

KRN-KNN, 262 moves DTM, 243 moves DTC.

KRRP-KQ, 253 moves DTM.

(KRP-KNN and KRN-KNP of 253 and 252 moves DTM respectively are essentially of the record endgame type, with a N promotion on move 1 in both cases. Other 200+ setups also turn quickly into the one of the two above following promotions.)

KRB-KNN, 238 moves DTM, 223 moves DTC.

KRN-KBN, 209 moves DTM, 190 moves DTC.

KQPP-KQ, 182 moves DTM.

KBBP-KR, 180 moves DTM.

KQN-KRR, 174 moves DTM, 153 moves DTC.

7 Pieces:

KQN-KRBN, 517 moves DTC [+8 to mate] (Entry No.316)

KQBN-KQB (opp. color B), 330 moves DTC (Entry No.311)

KQBN-KQN, 317 moves DTC [+33 to mate] (Entry No.311)

KRRN-KRR, 290 moves DTC [+8 to mate] (Entry No.298)

"They are stronger no doubt because machines are faster but they do not play any better as far as positional understanding"

GiB.

Deep Blue v Garry Kasparov - Game 2 Position 36 White To Move -1997 Re-Match.

BC2 E4 And QF2 B6 Are Very Positional Moves!

As an Example from What must be By Now Millions of Positional Moves Played by Chess Programs!

You Would Even Lose To This!

http://www.realussr.com/ussr/check-mate-a-chess-computer/

GiB.

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GiB. All of the above....is So Unbelievably Funny that it Needs no Comment!

Now I am 100% Convinced that you would lose to even the Earliest ZX Spectrum! Commodore 64!

Atari 2600! TRS-80 Color Computer 2! TI 99 / 4A! Timex Sinclair 1000 Etc. Old Chess Programs.

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No chess engine could beat anybody 1000 straight

GiB. You would lose your House/Flat Car/Bicycle Dog/Cat/Mouse... and Everything else you own! If ever you made that Bet against any of the Worlds Top Chess Engines as of 2011 and Many Engines Before!.

They have no understanding of psychology

GiB. From a Chess Computers Point of View!...it does not Need any Psychology when it can Calculate 100 % Accurate Check Mates in 30 + Moves! If it Needs to!

I Can Answer the Rest of your Quotes with My Quote below...

When you Test Chess Engines...You Don't use Opening Books..You Don't use Endgame Data Base..You Don't test them at One Time Interval,Etc.

The reasons are that you want the Chess Engines only using it's Built in Algorithms for solving the Chess Positions as the Game progresses,i.e. no outside Help!

This way we get the True Strength of the Fixed Engine.

GiB.

Quote: bobbym If you or I played Garry a 1000 games we would not get a single draw. That would be difficult if not impossible for any chess engine I have seen.

GiB.

Below are all of Garry Kasparov's Main Drawn! Games...Against Chess Engines.

A Total of 11 Games Which is the Opposite to your Quote Above!

Don't Know How many Times I have to Keep doing this!? Until the Penny Drops!

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[Event "Philadelphia m"]

[Site "Philadelphia"]

[Date "1996.??.??"]

[Round "3"]

[White "Comp Deep Blue"]

[Black "Kasparov, Gary"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[WhiteElo ""]

[BlackElo "2795"]

[ECO "B22"]

1.e4 c5 2.c3 d5 3.exd5 Qxd5 4.d4 Nf6 5.Nf3 Bg4 6.Be2 e6 7.O-O Nc6 8.Be3 cxd4

9.cxd4 Bb4 10.a3 Ba5 11.Nc3 Qd6 12.Ne5 Bxe2 13.Qxe2 Bxc3 14.bxc3 Nxe5 15.Bf4 Nf3+

16.Qxf3 Qd5 17.Qd3 Rc8 18.Rfc1 Qc4 19.Qxc4 Rxc4 20.Rcb1 b6 21.Bb8 Ra4 22.Rb4 Ra5

23.Rc4 O-O 24.Bd6 Ra8 25.Rc6 b5 26.Kf1 Ra4 27.Rb1 a6 28.Ke2 h5 29.Kd3 Rd8

30.Be7 Rd7 31.Bxf6 gxf6 32.Rb3 Kg7 33.Ke3 e5 34.g3 exd4+ 35.cxd4 Re7+ 36.Kf3 Rd7

37.Rd3 Raxd4 38.Rxd4 Rxd4 39.Rxa6 1/2-1/2

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[Event "Philadelphia m"]

[Site "Philadelphia"]

[Date "1996.??.??"]

[Round "4"]

[White "Kasparov, Gary"]

[Black "Comp Deep Blue"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[WhiteElo "2795"]

[BlackElo ""]

[ECO "D46"]

1.Nf3 d5 2.d4 c6 3.c4 e6 4.Nbd2 Nf6 5.e3 Nbd7 6.Bd3 Bd6 7.e4 dxe4 8.Nxe4 Nxe4

9.Bxe4 O-O 10.O-O h6 11.Bc2 e5 12.Re1 exd4 13.Qxd4 Bc5 14.Qc3 a5 15.a3 Nf6

16.Be3 Bxe3 17.Rxe3 Bg4 18.Ne5 Re8 19.Rae1 Be6 20.f4 Qc8 21.h3 b5 22.f5 Bxc4

23.Nxc4 bxc4 24.Rxe8+ Nxe8 25.Re4 Nf6 26.Rxc4 Nd5 27.Qe5 Qd7 28.Rg4 f6 29.Qd4 Kh7

30.Re4 Rd8 31.Kh1 Qc7 32.Qf2 Qb8 33.Ba4 c5 34.Bc6 c4 35.Rxc4 Nb4 36.Bf3 Nd3

37.Qh4 Qxb2 38.Qg3 Qxa3 39.Rc7 Qf8 40.Ra7 Ne5 41.Rxa5 Qf7 42.Rxe5 fxe5 43.Qxe5 Re8

44.Qf4 Qf6 45.Bh5 Rf8 46.Bg6+ Kh8 47.Qc7 Qd4 48.Kh2 Ra8 49.Bh5 Qf6 50.Bg6 Rg8 1/2-1/2

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[Event "Game 3 Postmortem"]

[Site "New York"]

[Date "1997.05.06"]

[Round "?"]

[White "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Black "Deep Blue"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[ECO "A00"]

[Annotator "Garry Kasparov"]

[PlyCount "95"]

[EventDate "1997.05.05"]

[Source "ChessBase GmbH"]

[SourceDate "1997.06.16"]

1. d3 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. c4 Nf6 4. a3 d6 5. Nc3 Be7 6. g3 O-O 7. Bg2 Be6 8. O-O

Qd7 9. Ng5 (9. b4 e4 (9... Bh3 10. e4 Bg4 11. Be3 Nd4 12. Bxd4 exd4 13. Ne2 c5

14. bxc5 dxc5 15. Ne5 Qd6 16. Nxg4 Nxg4 17. h3 Nf6 18. f4 Nd7 19. e5 Qc7 20.

Rb1 Rab8 21. Kh1) 10. dxe4 (10. Ng5 exd3 11. exd3 Bg4 12. f3 Bf5 13. f4 Bg4)

10... Bxc4 11. Nd2 Be6 12. Nd5 a5 13. b5 Ne5 14. a4 Nxd5 (14... Bd8 15. f4 Neg4

16. Nc4) 15. exd5 Bf5 16. Bb2 Bf6 17. Qb3) 9... Bf5 10. e4 Bg4 11. f3 Bh5 12.

Nh3 Nd4 13. Nf2 h6 14. Be3 c5 15. b4 b6 16. Rb1 Kh8 17. Rb2 (17. h4 a6 (17...

Bg6 18. Bh3 Qd8 19. Bg4 Nh5 20. Bxh5 Bxh5 21. g4 Bg6 22. h5 Bh7 23. Nd5 Bg5 24.

Bxd4 cxd4 25. Nh1 Qd7 26. b5) 18. Bxd4 cxd4 19. Bh3 Qc7 20. Nd5 Nxd5 21. cxd5)

17... a6 18. bxc5 (18. Bxd4 cxd4 19. Bh3 Qc7 20. Nd5 Nxd5 21. cxd5 Qc3 22. Rb3

Qc7 (22... Bxf3 23. Rxc3 Bxd1 24. Rc6 Ba4 25. Rxb6)) 18... bxc5 19. Bh3 (19. g4

Bg6 20. Qa4 Rfb8 21. Rfb1 Qc8) 19... Qc7 (19... Bxf3 20. Bxd7 Bxd1 21. Nfxd1

Nxd7 22. Rb7 Rad8 23. Nd5 Bg5 24. Ra7) 20. Bg4 Bg6 21. f4 exf4 22. gxf4 Qa5 23.

Bd2 Qxa3 (23... Nxg4 24. Qxg4 f5 25. Qxg6 Nf3+ 26. Kh1 Nxd2) 24. Ra2 (24. Rb7

Nxg4 (24... Bd8 25. f5 Bh7) 25. Qxg4 Bf6 26. Nd5 Qa2 27. Be3 Qe2 28. Qxe2 Nxe2+

29. Kg2 Bd4 30. Bxd4 Nxd4 31. f5 Bh5 32. Ra1 a5) 24... Qb3 25. f5 Qxd1 26. Bxd1

Bh7 27. Nh3 Rfb8 28. Nf4 Bd8 29. Nfd5 Nc6 30. Bf4 Ne5 (30... Nxd5 31. Nxd5 Ne5

32. Ba4 a5 33. Bb5 Ra7 34. Kg2 g5 35. Bxe5+ dxe5 36. f6 Bg6 37. h4 gxh4 38. Kh3

Kh7 39. Kxh4) 31. Ba4 Nxd5 32. Nxd5 a5 33. Bb5 Ra7 34. Kg2 g5 35. Bxe5+ dxe5

36. f6 Bg6 37. h4 gxh4 38. Kh3 Kg8 39. Kxh4 Kh7 40. Kg4 Bc7 41. Nxc7 (41. Ne7

Rf8) 41... Rxc7 42. Rxa5 Rd8 43. Rf3 Kh8 44. Kh4 Kg8 45. Ra3 Kh8 46. Ra6 Kh7

47. Ra3 Kh8 48. Ra6 1/2-1/2

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[Event "Game 4 Postmortem"]

[Site "New York"]

[Date "1997.05.07"]

[Round "?"]

[White "Deep Blue"]

[Black "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[ECO "B12"]

[Annotator "Garry Kasparov"]

[PlyCount "111"]

[EventDate "1997.05.07"]

[Source "ChessBase GmbH"]

[SourceDate "1997.06.16"]

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. Nc3 Bg4 5. h3 Bh5 6. Bd3 e6 7. Qe2 d5 8. Bg5

Be7 9. e5 Nfd7 10. Bxe7 Qxe7 11. g4 Bg6 12. Bxg6 hxg6 13. h4 Na6 14. O-O-O

O-O-O 15. Rdg1 Nc7 16. Kb1 f6 17. exf6 Qxf6 18. Rg3 Rde8 19. Re1 Rhf8 20. Nd1

e5 $1 21. dxe5 Qf4 22. a3 Ne6 23. Nc3 Ndc5 24. b4 $1 Nd7 25. Qd3 Qf7 26. b5

Ndc5 27. Qe3 Qf4 (27... Qc7 28. Nd4) 28. bxc6 bxc6 29. Rd1 Kc7 30. Ka1 Qxe3 (

30... Rf7 $1 31. Qe1 (31. Qxf4 Rxf4 32. Ne2 Re4 33. Nc3 Rc4 34. Nd2 Rf4 35. Rf3

Nd7 36. Rxf4 Nxf4 37. Nf3 Nxe5 38. Re1 Kd6 $17) 31... Qc4 32. Nd2 Qa6 33. Ka2

Ref8 34. Rg2 Rf4 35. Rb1 Kd7 $15) 31. fxe3 Rf7 32. Rh3 Ref8 33. Nd4 Rf2 34. Rb1

Rg2 35. Nce2 Rxg4 (35... Rff2 36. Nc1 (36. Nxe6+ Nxe6 37. Nd4 Nxd4 38. exd4

Rxc2 39. Rf1 Rxg4 40. Rf7+ Kc8 $17) 36... Kd7 37. g5 a5 38. Rh1 (38. Rb6 Nxd4

39. exd4 Rxc2 40. Kb1 Ne4 41. Rb7+ Ke6 42. Rxg7 Kf5 $19) 38... Rg3 39. Nxe6

Kxe6 40. Rb6 Kd7 41. Nd3 Nxd3 42. cxd3 Rxe3 43. Rb7+ Ke6 44. Rxg7 Rxd3 45.

Rxg6+ Kxe5 46. Rxc6 Rxa3+ 47. Kb1) 36. Nxe6+ Nxe6 37. Nd4 Nxd4 (37... Nc5 38.

Rhh1) 38. exd4 Rxd4 39. Rg1 (39. Rhb3 Kd7 40. Rb7+ Ke6 41. Rxg7 (41. Rxa7 Rf2

42. Rxg7 Rxc2) 41... Rg4 $17) 39... Rc4 40. Rxg6 Rxc2 41. Rxg7+ Kb6 42. Rb3+

Kc5 43. Rxa7 Rf1+ (43... Re2 $1 44. h5 (44. Re7 d4 45. e6 (45. Rb2 d3 46. Rd7

Rff2) 45... Kc4 (45... d3 46. Rd7 Rf1+ 47. Rb1 Rxb1+ 48. Kxb1 Kc4 49. e7 Kc3

50. Rc7) 46. Rb4+ (46. Rb1 Rff2 47. Rc1+ Kd5 48. Rd7+ Kxe6 49. Rb7 Kd6 50. Rb6

Kd5 $19 51. Kb1 d3 52. Rb8 c5 53. Rd8+ Kc6) 46... Kc3 47. Rb1 d3 48. Rc7 Rxe6

49. Rc1+ Kd2 50. R7xc6 Rxc6 51. Rxc6 Re8 52. Kb2 Ke2 $19 53. Rg6 d2 54. Rg2+

Kd3 55. Rg3+ Re3 56. Rg1 Re1 57. Rg3+ Ke4) 44... Rf1+ (44... Rxe5 45. h6 Rh5

46. h7 Kc4 47. Rb4+) 45. Rb1 Rxb1+ 46. Kxb1 Rxe5 47. h6 Rh5 48. h7 Kc4 49. Rc7

c5 50. a4 Kb3 (50... d4 51. a5 d3 52. a6 Kb3 (52... Rh1+ 53. Kb2 d2 54. Rd7))

51. Kc1) 44. Rb1 Rff2 45. Rb4 Rc1+ 46. Rb1 Rcc2 47. Rb4 Rc1+ 48. Rb1 Rxb1+ 49.

Kxb1 Re2 50. Re7 Rh2 (50... d4 51. e6 Kc4 52. h5 d3 53. h6) 51. Rh7 Kc4 52. Rc7

c5 53. e6 Rxh4 54. e7 Re4 55. a4 Kb3 56. Kc1 (56. Kc1 c4 57. a5 c3 58. Kd1 d4

59. a6 d3 60. a7 Ra4 61. Rb7+ Kc4 62. Ke1 d2+ 63. Ke2 Ra1 64. Rd7) 1/2-1/2

[Event "Game 5 Postmortem"]

[Site "New York"]

[Date "1997.05.10"]

[Round "?"]

[White "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Black "Deep Blue"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[ECO "A07"]

[Annotator "Garry Kasparov"]

[PlyCount "98"]

[EventDate "1997.05.08"]

[Source "ChessBase GmbH"]

[SourceDate "1997.06.16"]

1. Nf3 d5 2. g3 Bg4 3. Bg2 Nd7 4. h3 Bxf3 5. Bxf3 c6 6. d3 e6 7. e4 Ne5 8. Bg2

dxe4 9. Bxe4 Nf6 10. Bg2 Bb4+ 11. Nd2 h5 12. Qe2 Qc7 13. c3 Be7 14. d4 Ng6 15.

h4 e5 16. Nf3 (16. dxe5 Nxe5 (16... Qxe5 17. Nc4 Qxe2+ 18. Kxe2 O-O-O 19. Be3

Rhe8 20. Rhd1) 17. Nf3 Nxf3+ 18. Bxf3 O-O-O (18... O-O 19. O-O Rfe8 20. Kg2 (

20. Qc4) 20... Bd6 21. Qc4) 19. O-O Rhe8 20. Qc4) 16... exd4 17. Nxd4 O-O-O 18.

Bg5 Ng4 19. O-O-O (19. Bxe7 Rhe8 (19... Nxe7 20. O-O-O Kb8 21. Rhe1 Nc8 22. f3

Rhe8) (19... Qxe7 20. Qxe7 Nxe7 21. O-O Rhe8 22. Rfe1 c5 23. Nb3 b6 24. Rad1)

20. Nf5 Qa5 21. O-O Qxf5 22. Be4) 19... Rhe8 20. Qc2 Kb8 21. Kb1 Bxg5 22. hxg5

N6e5 23. Rhe1 c5 24. Nf3 (24. Nf5 g6 25. Rxd8+ (25. Nh6) 25... Rxd8 26. f4 Nc4

27. Re7 gxf5 28. Rxc7 Kxc7 29. Bf3 Nge3 30. Qa4 Nd2+ 31. Kc1 Nxf3) 24... Rxd1+

25. Rxd1 Nc4 26. Qa4 Rd8 (26... Re4 27. Nd4) 27. Re1 Nb6 28. Qc2 Qd6 29. c4 Qg6

(29... Qd3 30. Qxd3 Rxd3 31. Kc2 Rd8 32. b3 (32. Re7 Nxc4 33. Nh4 Nd6 34. f3

Nf6 35. gxf6 g5 36. f4 gxh4 37. gxh4) (32. Ne5 Nxe5 33. Rxe5 Rd2+ 34. Kxd2

Nxc4+ 35. Kc3 Nxe5 36. f4 Ng4 37. Bd5 f6) 32... Nxf2 33. Re7 (33. Ne5) 33...

Nc8 34. Rxf7 Nd6 35. Rf4 Nde4) 30. Qxg6 fxg6 31. b3 (31. Re7 Rd7 32. Rxd7 Nxd7

33. Nh4 Nde5 34. f4 Nxc4 35. Nxg6 Nge3 36. Bh3 Nd2+ 37. Kc1 Ne4 38. Nf8 Nxg3

39. Nd7+ Ka8 40. Nxc5 Ne2+ 41. Kd2 Nxf4 42. Kxe3 Nxh3 43. Ne4) (31. Re6) 31...

Nxf2 32. Re6 Kc7 33. Rxg6 (33. Nh4 $1) 33... Rd7 34. Nh4 Nc8 35. Bd5 Nd6 36.

Re6 Nb5 37. cxb5 Rxd5 38. Rg6 Rd7 39. Nf5 Ne4 40. Nxg7 Rd1+ 41. Kc2 Rd2+ 42.

Kc1 Rxa2 43. Nxh5 Nd2 44. Nf4 Nxb3+ 45. Kb1 Rd2 46. Re6 c4 47. Re3 (47. Re4 Kb6

(47... Na5 48. Re3 Kb6 49. g6 Kxb5 50. g7 Rd8 51. Ne6 Rg8 52. Rf3 Nc6 53. Rf8

Ne7 54. Rf7 Nc6 55. Rxb7+) 48. Rxc4 Kxb5 49. Rc2 Rxc2 50. Kxc2 Kc4 51. g6 Nd4+

52. Kb2 Nf5 53. Nh5 Kd5 54. g7 Nxg7 55. Nxg7 Ke4) 47... Kb6 48. g6 Kxb5 49. g7

Kb4 (49... Rd8 50. Ne6 Rg8 51. Re5+ Kb4 52. Rf5 b5 53. Rf8 Nd4 54. Rxg8 Nxe6

55. g4 a5 56. Re8 Nxg7 57. Re7) (49... Kb4 50. Re2 Rd1+ 51. Kb2 c3+ 52. Kc2

Rc1+ 53. Kd3 Rd1+ 54. Kc2) 1/2-1/2

[Event "Deep Junior vs Garry Kasparov"]

[Site "New York USA"]

[Date "2003.01.28"]

[Round "2"]

[White "Deep Junior"]

[Black "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[BlackElo "2847"]

[PlyCount "60"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 a6 5.Bd3 Bc5 6.Nb3 Ba7 7.c4 Nc6 8.Nc3

d6 9.O-O Nge7 10.Re1 O-O 11.Be3 e5 12.Nd5 a5 13.Rc1 a4 14.Bxa7 Rxa7 15.

Nd2 Nd4 16.Qh5 Ne6 17.Rc3 Nc5 18.Bc2 Nxd5 19.exd5 g6 20.Qh6 f5 21.Ra3 Qf6

22.b4 axb3 23.Rxa7 bxc2 24.Rc1 e4 25.Rxc2 Qa1+ 26.Nf1 f4 27.Ra8 e3 28.

fxe3 fxe3 29.Qxf8+ Kxf8 30.Rxc8+ Kf7 1/2-1/2

[Event "Deep Junior vs Garry Kasparov"]

[Site "New York USA"]

[Date "2003.02.02"]

[Round "4"]

[White "Deep Junior"]

[Black "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[BlackElo "2847"]

[PlyCount "121"]

[EventDate "2003.??.??"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 e6 5.Nb5 d6 6.c4 Nf6 7.N1c3 a6 8.Na3

Nd7 9.Nc2 Be7 10.Be2 b6 11.O-O Bb7 12.h3 O-O 13.Be3 Rc8 14.Qd2 Nce5 15.

b3 Nf6 16.f3 Qc7 17.Rac1 Rfe8 18.a3 Ned7 19.Rfd1 Qb8 20.Bf2 Rcd8 21.b4

Ba8 22.a4 Rc8 23.Rb1 Qc7 24.a5 bxa5 25.b5 Bb7 26.b6 Qb8 27.Ne3 Nc5 28.

Qa2 Nfd7 29.Na4 Ne5 30.Nc2 Ncd7 31.Nd4 Red8 32.Kh1 Nc6 33.Nxc6 Rxc6 34.

Kg1 h6 35.Qa3 Rdc8 36.Bg3 Bf8 37.Qc3 Ne5 38.c5 Nd7 39.Qxa5 Nxc5 40.Nxc5

Rxc5 41.Qa4 R5c6 42.Bf2 d5 43.Bxa6 Bc5 44.Bxc5 Rxc5 45.Bxb7 Qxb7 46.exd5

exd5 47.Qa7 R5c7 48.Qxb7 Rxb7 49.Rxd5 Rc6 50.Rdb5 h5 51.Kf2 Re6 52.f4 g6

53.Kg3 Kg7 54.Kh4 Kh6 55.R1b4 Rd6 56.g3 f6 57.g4 hxg4 58.hxg4 Kg7 59.Rb3

Rc6 60.g5 f5 61.Rb1 1/2-1/2

[Event "Deep Junior vs Garry Kasparov"]

[Site "New York USA"]

[Date "2003.02.05"]

[Round "5"]

[White "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Black "Deep Junior"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[WhiteElo "2847"]

[PlyCount "38"]

[EventDate "2003.??.??"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e3 O-O 5.Bd3 d5 6.cxd5 exd5 7.Nge2 Re8 8.

O-O Bd6 9.a3 c6 10.Qc2 Bxh2+ 11.Kxh2 Ng4+ 12.Kg3 Qg5 13.f4 Qh5 14.Bd2

Qh2+ 15.Kf3 Qh4 16.Bxh7+ Kh8 17.Ng3 Nh2+ 18.Kf2 Ng4+ 19.Kf3 Nh2+ 1/2-1/2

[Event "Deep Junior vs Garry Kasparov"]

[Site "New York USA"]

[Date "2003.02.07"]

[Round "6"]

[White "Deep Junior"]

[Black "Kasparov, Garry"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[BlackElo "2847"]

[PlyCount "55"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 a6 6.Be2 e5 7.Nb3 Be7 8.O-O

O-O 9.Kh1 Bd7 10.Be3 Bc6 11.Bf3 Nbd7 12.a4 b6 13.Qd3 Bb7 14.h3 Rc8 15.

Rad1 h6 16.Rfe1 Qc7 17.g3 Rfd8 18.Kh2 Re8 19.Re2 Qc4 20.Qxc4 Rxc4 21.Nd2

Rc7 22.Bg2 Rec8 23.Nb3 Rxc3 24.bxc3 Bxe4 25.Bc1 Bxg2 26.Kxg2 Rxc3 27.Ba3

Ne8 28.f4 1/2-1/2

[Event "Kasparov - X3D Fritz match"]

[Site "New York City, USA"]

[Date "2003.11.11"]

[Round "1"]

[White "Kasparov(GM)"]

[Black "X3D_Fritz(C)"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[WhiteElo "2830"]

[Opening "QGD semi-Slav: Stoltz variation"]

[ECO "D45"]

[NIC "SL.08"]

[Time "11:49:46"]

[TimeControl "7200+0"]

1. Nf3 d5 2. c4 c6 3. d4 Nf6 4. Nc3 e6 5. e3 Nbd7 6. Qc2 Bd6 7. g4 Bb4 8.

Bd2 Qe7 9. Rg1 Bxc3 10. Bxc3 Ne4 11. O-O-O Qf6 12. Be2 Nxf2 13. Rdf1 Ne4 14.

Bb4 c5 15. cxd5 exd5 16. dxc5 Qe7 17. Nd4 O-O 18. Nf5 Qe5 19. c6 bxc6 20.

Bxf8 Kxf8 21. Ng3 Ndc5 22. Nxe4 Nxe4 23. Bd3 Be6 24. Bxe4 dxe4 25. Rf4 Bd5

26. Qc5+ Kg8 27. Rgf1 Rb8 28. R1f2 Qc7 29. Rc2 Qd7 30. h4 Qd8 31. g5 Bxa2

32. Rxe4 Qd3 33. Rd4 Qxe3+ 34. Rcd2 Qe1+ 35. Rd1 Qe3+ 36. R1d2 Qg1+ 37. Rd1 1/2-1/2

[Event "Kasparov - X3D Fritz match"]

[Site "New York City, USA"]

[Date "2003.11.18"]

[Round "4"]

[White "X3D_Fritz"]

[Black "Kasparov"]

[Result "1/2-1/2"]

[Opening "QGA: classical, 6...a6"]

[ECO "D27"]

[NIC "QG.07"]

[Time "12:38:54"]

[TimeControl "7200+0"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 dxc4 3. Nf3 e6 4. e3 a6 5. Bxc4 c5 6. O-O Nf6 7. Bb3 cxd4 8.

exd4 Nc6 9. Nc3 Be7 10. Re1 O-O 11. Bf4 Na5 12. d5 Nxb3 13. Qxb3 exd5 14.

Rad1 Be6 15. Qxb7 Bd6 16. Bg5 Rb8 17. Qxa6 Rxb2 18. Bxf6 Qxf6 19. Qxd6 Qxc3

20. Nd4 Rxa2 21. Nxe6 fxe6 22. Qxe6+ Kh8 23. Rf1 Qc5 24. Qxd5 Rfxf2 25. Rxf2

Qxf2+ 26. Kh1 h6 27. Qd8+ Kh7 1/2-1/2

Quote: bobbym "To tell you the truth I have a whole folder full of drawn and won games against many of the engines and I am also just a patzer."

GiB.

But Who Were The players!

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Quote: bobbym "Also I have never lost to Houdini."

GiB.

I Have Never Lost To Garry Kasparov.

Play Fritz (Any Version!) Against Houdini 1.5 Then you will be Answered!

GiB.