Friday, April 15, 2005

How to beat Kasparov

This morning while jogging with four-legged Goldie I invented a method how to build up a calculation muscle strong enough to beat Kasparov. Remember that old Greek guy called Heracles, and how he became world's strongest hero? When he was young he picked up a newborn calf and lifted it above his head. He did this every day until he was a man and the calf was a bull.

Just do this in chess! Take any game, yours or a grandmaster's, and replay it on your computer. With every move, hit the back key once and visualize the position you have seen before. If this works perfectly, do the same with 2 back steps after every move forward, then with 3 and so on, until you step back the whole game. At the end you should be able to beat the strongest calculator in chess world.

If you fail to achieve, please, do not blame my method. Just consider the possibility that the method in itself is good, but that you are not good enough.

Disclaimer: Any resemblance with already existing programs, methods or whatsoever is a pure coincidence and was by no means intended by the author.


At 11:49 AM, Blogger Temposchlucker said...

I tried your method but the bull didn't want to cooperate.

At 8:38 PM, Blogger Pawn Sensei said...

Bull? What bull? I thought we were supposed to be using Kasparov? Now I'm confused.


At 5:03 AM, Blogger Margriet said...

Hi Mousetrapper,
welcome aboard.
I don't understand the conversation here, from pawn and tempo We train backwords two staps to bully Kasparov so we can lift every cow on our path?

At 1:21 PM, Blogger Nezha said...



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