Stockfish Explains The Immortal Chess Game



Computer Engine Stockfish explains the Immortal Chess Game which was a a chess game played by Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky on 21 June 1851 in London.

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21 comments

  1. I dislike it when engines pick apart classic games and think the truth of the game is some computer analysis…it was back when all you had as a foe was the human mind, along with all its anxiety and fears, and people played to exploit the human side of things, players like Tal who once said “Later, I began to succeed in decisive games. Perhaps because I realized a very simple truth: not only was I worried, but also my opponent ”

  2. That wink 7:15 😂
    No but seriously this was way more hilarious than I was expecting
    I think this one was better than the last one, which was still great

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