|I've found out from my father that when he was younger (typical line from a 53 year old ex-soldier with hearing issues and vision issues), he used to work in this place where they had a chess bot super computer kind of thing. It had 10 levels of difficulty and no one in the building could beat level 3. He only could beat level 1.|
This is plausable, right? I am remaining Sane? or am I going insane?
So, even if we had a "combinatorial explosion" and the computer crashed, it would still be able to map lots of moves, as it would taking a move which expands all the way to the most victories for the computer! IE if it were to move the rook to X, we would have a potential 15:7 win loss ratio, with 3 potential stalemates, but if I move the rook to Y, we would have a potential 20:5 win loss ration, with 7 potential stalemates, so I will move the rook to Y. See my logic?
But, my final goal is to make this thing work on the everyday computer, IE your laptop, his phone, her pda, my computer, their Mac's, ETC.