hmm.what came out of it..?
I hear the players tend to play some eccentric moves to confuse the computer. It is accustomed to normal moves.
But would be intereested to know the outcome of that game.
Yeah, it's 3-2 now. I tried to play with computer (I don't actually remember what program I played with) and I want to say that it's really difficult. Even my grandfather who won cup of our city was defeated by program!
It will be great to Kramnik if there'll be a tie.
unfortunately Kramnik resigned ...
so the final score Deep Fritz - Kramnik 4-2
Really interesting story! It seems that humans are being out evolved at the game of chess! Well, at least we invented the game and told th ecomputer how to play it, we'll always have that over them! I hear that playing the game "Gomoku" [or "GO"] against a computer is still easy as a human. This game seems to have some subtleties that make it more diffcult for a computer to strategise. Anyone heard of a human vs computer "GO" challenge?
Kasparov is still the greatest chess player of all time. Although now he's got old. His rank points record is still unbeaten I think.
I agree with jipmerite. Kasparov would have had better chances than Kramnik. Kasparov had a more aggressive view of chess, necessary to try for a win. I think Kasparov could perhaps make some damage playing the sicilian defense. But Kasparov cleverly withdrew from chess. I think he understood that a silicon champion would soon follow.
Computer moves are nowadays very tricky and complex. When Kramnik attacked, the computer was able to force a quick draw. We must give some credit for last Kramnik game because he wanted to win it and took some chances.
Ten years ago even I could beat the computer. The strategy was to play the pawns, close the game and suddenly open it for the final massive attack. Now one thing is for sure: I will score 0 points. So welcome Kramnik to the club. Now I can be proud to loose with a machine.