This a very interesting chess game between two chess engines (Stock Fish vs Chesssmaster 8000) and this game proved that Chessmaster 8000 is such a weak engine which is only useful for tutoring anyone who needs a fundamental knowledge of the game of chess; Its knowledge base is below the new generation chess machines. From my own point of view, both engines play chess with different philosophies. While Stock Fish plays every move to command the respect of oppenent in terms of decision making, Chessmaster 8000 still plays the game on the basis of war (Attack-or-Defend-principle).


The game commenced: 1. e4 e5  2. Nf3 Nc6  3. d4 exd4  4. Nxd4 Bc5  5. Be3 Bb6  6. Nc3 Nge7  7. Be2 o-o  8. o-o d6  9. Nxc6 Nxc6  10. Bxb6 axb6  11. f4 Ra5  12. a3 Qf6 

I think the flaws of Chessmaster engine began when the queen goes to the f6 square because the move energized Stock Fish to the extent that black couldn't make any advantage off the semi-open "a-file". The game rolled on as follows 13. Bd3 Be6  14. Rf2 Rc8  15. f5 Bd7  16. Nd5 Qg5  17. f6 Be6  18. fxg7 Kxg7  19. c4 Ne5  20. Qc2 Ng4  21. Rf3 Qe5  22. Nf4 Kh8  23. h3 Qc5+  24. Kh1 Ne5  25. Qc3 Raa8  26. Nd5 Rf8  27. Be2 f5  28. Raf1 Rg8  29. exf5 Bxd5  30. cxd5 Qxd5  31. R3f2 Qf7  32. Rc1 Rgc8  33. f6 c5  34. Rd1 Rd8  35. Rf5 Qe6 

It is no surprise that up till this move counts, the black queen couldn't find any positive duty on the board of play than to defend her faulty earlier action of jumping to f6 and sincerely yours, the queen defended all through till she ended up selling her soul to the slaughter as seen at the end of annotation  36. Rdf1 Qf7  37. Qd2 Qe6  38. f7 Rf8  39. Rf6 Qe7 40. Bh5 Ra4  41. R1f5 Rh4  42. Qg5 Rxh5  43. Qxh5 b5  44. Rf1 b4  45. axb4 cxb4  46. b3 b6  47. Qf5 Qc7  48. Qf4 Qe7  49. Qd4 Nc6  50. Qd5 Ne5  51. Re6 Qxf7

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