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  Game collection: Why computers and will never be able to really play

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Tue Jun 23 2015 9:05AM | edited: 9:05:57 | MsgID: 18332428


Sorry I edited my notes on this game but they do not appear to change here so see below

After move 29 I am clearly lost piece wise with another pawn hanging and really no where to go.
So I sac another couple of rooks!

It is the way my mind sees the board I guess. I cant play this type of chess very well. But the nice thing about it is you are forced to concede or look outside of the box. Sometimes you drop lucky and spot an almost forced combination.

KxR is forced as the response to the first rook and could have been nothing else. The second was arguably a gamble. But it was the most logical move he would make if you assume he does not envisage the second rook going also and the forced draw thereafter.



Taotaomonas





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Mon Jun 22 2015 11:26PM | MsgID: 18331899


Hi all

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Why computers and will never be able to really play

After move 29 I am clearly lost piece wise with another pawn hanging and really no where to go.

So I sac another couple of rooks!

It is the way my mind sees the board I guess. I cant play this type of chess very well. But the nice thing about it is you are forced to concede or look outside of the box.

Sometimes you drop lucky and spot an almost forced combination. I know the response to the first rook could have been another move maybe!

But it was the most logical one he could make if you assume he does not envisage the second rook going also and the forced draw thereafter.


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