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    Deep Fritz wins 4-2 over Kramnik
Author
jimbo
Date
 2006-12-05 18:38
After earlier matches ended in a draw, the computer finally beats the world champion!
  
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   RE: Deep Fritz wins 4-2 over Kramnik
Author
Erling
Date
 2008-08-02 00:41
Hi there - admin .... real great site, here. A very good ---> set up.

   RE: Deep Fritz wins 4-2 over Kramnik
Author
admin
Date
 2008-08-01 12:48
Hej Erling.

Welcome to chess5 :-)

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-Eydun
From the Faroe Islands
   RE: Deep Fritz wins 4-2 over Kramnik
Author
Erling
Date
 2008-08-01 12:37
   RE: Are Computers Now Superior?
Author
chessnerd
Date
 2006-12-06 17:27
I agree with you Bob. But, we must now admit that it is very hard for humans to win over the computer, because the computer don't blunder while humans kind of do.
   Are Computers Now Superior?
Author
Bob Armstrong
Date
 2006-12-06 04:54
I think the jury is still out on this question. In Game 1, Kramnik had winning chances ( demonstrated by American GM Yasser Seirawan ) twice, and so one could say that Man had a chance for 1 point here. Game 2 was only lost on one of the most serious blunders ever by a reigning World Champion ( missing a 1-move mate ! ), and to that point in the game, Deep Fritz had not even been able to get the advantage the whole game. So, Man had a chance for a draw here. In Game 5, again Deep Fritz never got the advantage the whole game, and Kramnik had a " clear " advantage for a while, so one can say the Machine was inferior to Man in that game. Game 6 was a clear win for DF. So if we look at the actual quality of games, the score could have been 3:3, with each side getting one win, and there being 4 draws. To me, this means that it is still open that Man can beat the Machine !!