Originally posted by greenpawn34
I read somewhere, very likely on here.
That when they did a 3 match up with Petrosian's games it scored very low.
But that was using an old version of Fritz. The stronger (and I suppose better)
these machnes get the higher Petrosian scores.
It was quite a jump if I recall.
It appears at his peak he was 30-40 years ahead of his time.
I'd imagi ...[text shortened]... his name again)
Ran a batch of Petrosians games on a Fritz8 and then on a the latest Rybka.
this dude is Armenian, his father was so taken by the real Petrosian that he named his
kid Tigran after the world champion, did the young man not just become a
grandmaster. I wonder if there are any other chess playing Anatoly Karpovs, or Gary
Kasparovs that are also GM's, check out the Popov v Caruana game on the European
championships, quite an interesting game by GM standards