Hi,
Oh, I bet. Computers aren't smart as people are, but they happen to
have a life times worth of skill and experience playing chess stored
in their AI. Often the are designed by world class Chess players, the
strategies, anyway and that makes them an extremely formatable
adversary.

On 4/4/10, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> In that case, I have very little idea how my chess computer thinks, because
> I can only beat it on the first 7 of it's 64 skill levels.  On the box, it
> was claimed to be able to beat 99.95 percent of tournament players.

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