After 12 draws, Magnus Carlsen is once again the chess world champion - Time is of the essence🔒 www.economist.com
The state of Chess at the highest level is amazing.
The result is human chess that increasingly resembles computer chess. Chess.com has developed a metric, Computer Aggregated Precision Score (CAPS), which compares a player’s moves to those of a top engine. Mr Carlsen scores higher than any other champion; his moves parallel those of the engine’s more than 85% of the time, and his overall choices are better than 98% as effective as those of the computer.
These players are literal human computers. ♟Posted on December 3, 2018 →