Originally posted by Leonidas56Epic fail. You do not call winning against GNU Chess a "World Computer Software Championship". They might as well have had DivGradCurl and greenpawn34 in the line-up to increase the laughability of the tournament.
Congratulations to Stefan Meyer-Kahlen and Shredder for winning the 2010 World Computer Software Championship! ChessCentral's Steve Lopez annotates one of Shredder's games here:
Originally posted by enrico20Troll points-
[b]Epic fail. You do not call winning against GNU Chess a "World Computer Software Championship". They might as well have had DivGradCurl and greenpawn34 in the line-up to increase the laughability of the tournament. [/b]
Originally posted by nimzo5He insulted the most popular person on RHP? I didn't see my name ANYWHERE in his post...
1 point for posting solely to put down accomplishment of others
1 point for for the use of the term "epic fail"
2 points for insulting the most popular person at RHP
1 point for continuing vendetta vs DGC.
5 pts. Not bad.
Originally posted by greenpawn34Are you sure it was a joke? It def fits in with his *angry* persona.... Or am I underestimating you? Have you now lowered yourself to getting others to do your dirty work for you?
Not an insult and certainly no offence taken.
(I'm sure the same goes for DivGrad).
It was a joke. (I even rec's his post).
(most popular guy...I like that)
Right lads no swearing or being nasty so this thread gets pulled.
This one just has to stay put.
Can someone show the trap that was set for Shredder.
Originally posted by greenpawn34Yeah, I couldn't see a trap either, but I figured, what do I know? I guess it made a good story at any rate.
That's not a box setting a trap.
Black to play.
[fen]7k/pp2R1p1/5nQp/1P6/8/P4PPK/q6P/8 b - - 0 39[/fen]
Qg8 is the only move to stop the mate without losing heavy material.
It is forced.
The fact it holds the b7 pawn by tactics is just a fluke.
These thing don't set traps. It would need them anticipating and looking
at a bad move (like hu ...[text shortened]... dish.
Every good chess players knows sometimes the best move
to play is NOT the best move.