Jon Scot: freaking annoying commentary, we don't need the camera constantly directed
at the commentators it's about chess not the commentators, keep it on the
McStroke Griffin: Disgusted. Lol.
Hall Newman: Kasparov said that IBM may have cheated, but if we are to go by the
comments in the video, Kasparov committed several blunders that could have
been avoided. So surely, some, if not all of the blame, lies on Kasparov's
Zex Konjina: He was trying to get the computer out if its opening book. Because
computers use opening "books" too. They aren't fast enough to compute
perfect moves on the fly in the opening. They use precomputed moves at
start, saving the time for mid game.
Ashley Oakes: Okay, if ads keep popping up I can't see the board. And Youtube, I gotta
watch video ads in the middle of stuff now, not just at the start? Thanks a
Cult of Personality: Wrong. Computers invent "computer moves".
smartbomb33 .: Not a comment I expected from the thread of a YouTube chess video.
jonoderidder: No. You win, if the game is knowing about chess. I maintain my opinion that
this guy's language is disrespectful when talking about a man whose name
transcends the game he plays. Or any fellow sportsman, actually. And I
think it's ever more the case when he's talking about the world's premier
player, at the time.
Korey Gilbert: Uhm, You realize Seirawan implemented a huge novelty in the Caro-Kann and
is now a book move? You speak of yaz like he's a class A player or
jonoderidder: If Selrawan ever got a rating like Kasparov or beats the top computer he
can call moves "disgusting". Before then, its disrespectful
aWildWookie: Yasser is a Legend
aljkfd: Of course they can not understand anything because they are not
intelligent. The guy who invented the chess-algorithm was a genious. All
the machine is doing is go through this algorithm. What the computer is
doing he does not know. It is only a machine and it will probably never be
something else. A computer can not invent anything. You can not program a
computer that he get a conciousness. So if you search someone who
understand anything in real life or chess you have to find another human.
MrBrotmafia: Computers are just perfect at calculating tactics, not at calculating the
whole game from advance. But tactics are how chess is won and far more
important compared to subtle long-term plans... Which is why no GM today
would win against Rybka or sth. similar without a computer himself.
JohnnySkillish: Yasser writes some great books, BUT he's no Kasparov! "...so let's say the
computer makes two bad moves..." What?! LOL All to justify why Garry didn't
play h3!? Huh?! Terrible! The whole concept of the Nf3 Knight "MUST clear
the way" for the d5 square, jumping to d2, then to e4; or Ne1, to c2, e4,
to d5 is preposterous! No need, no time, no way! I like Yasser, and granted
this is an older game with the infancy of chess engines, but some of his
analysis is innacurate. Ng5 was a good idea though.
pirate0bloodyskull: This guy (not yasser) is a maggot.
Лествичник Звериње Куће: gg,hit us up with some Svetozar Gligoric games=)
DavisonIncorp: I think the issue here is that they're assuming the computer can be
"confused" by strange moves. Whereas the computer is doing nothing but
calculating "how many moves to win and how from this position" every single
pinko pallino: if all the moves are disgusting mybe he should play...give me a break
elbobdude: I love his use of the word "disgusted"
Joseph Zimmermann: This host is always trying so hard.
Arnold D'Souza: Nice video! Question: How is it 'real time' if the analysis is being
conducted much after the game?
GrandmasterJoel1273: This video looks very interesting! Im thinking of buying it! How much is it?
montezumasrevenge: My furry mustache and I were DISGUSTED with Garry Kasparov and we spit on
his chess skill.
jaco schut: true but the computer also calculates the opponents moves and so if you
place a tread the computer cant ignore but is easy to deal with and when
you as a player then find a way to turn this into an advantege you
"confuse" the computer. but ofcource the computer (if its a good one)
calculates this too ect ect. so in the end it kind of dependes on the
intelligents of the computer if your able to confuse it. just like with
drpwn100: I'm sorry, but I really really dont like the commentator without the
mustache, I dont want to sound mean, but his accent/ lisp is bugging me
ciprianoroi: 15:23 'The computer should be really happy.'
FearDeniesFate: Nice video. Hope to see more of this. It's a really interesting series :)
ZipLineAttack: LOL @ 12:50. "Remember Yasser, the king needs to be on h8." Pfft.
OnlineChessLessons.NET: i get the same feeling when i try to play against the latest
rybka/fritz/etc.. - they just dont miss ANYTHING!!
Ozalacob: thanks for the upload :)
LetsTalkSense1: Haha yes, total blast mannnn
OnlineChessLessons.NET: well i think they`re trying to say that computers do calculate objectively
and essentially perfectly - but computers often don't understand deep,
subtle positional plans/moves
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nopackdrill: i wasn't expecting such a reaction
dommafia: You must be a blast at all the parties.
Graham6762: That is way too simplistic.
Ken Ward: You also have to understand that this was 1997 before the computers were
really really good... Deep Blue was the first exception.
OnlineChessLessons.NET: just sent for you Joel - cheers, will
Fjodor Mihailovich: Indeed. The commentator makes it sound so simple.
elpatriotaLX: Interesting what you are saying. At this point in time those Chess engines
you mentioned rybka/fritz/Houdini/Stockfish/critter/Deep Shreder don't even
need a super computer. It's being said that Deep Fritz "on a slow computer"
has the same level that Deep Blue had (very optimized nowadays). So you can
see why Laptops or i7 desktops are beating grandmasters. The reason to make
engines stronger is mostly to fight each other. Kasparov said at google
that computers are beating every player.
OSCARA320: That's not a english opening, kasparov himself said it was a mieses
opening, and when asked if it was transposed to the english he said "no,
its a mieses opening".
end1dream: What an excellent commentary!
GrandmasterJoel1273: this funny! i dont know how to send a PM! send me on!
hoangminh24081998: the guy on the right looks like Ronan Keating.
Kane Brimley: Disgusted by that move I actually loled
LetsTalkSense1: He's a geek, so obviously not
Rafael Borges: 15:21 - "How to make a computer smile"
dommafia: at 16:14 you KNOW this guy is killer with the ladies.
Kasparov vs Deep Blue - Real time Commentary by GM Yasser Seirawan (1997)4.7
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