MChess Pro: Challenging a Legend of Computer Chess (Part 2)

So… when we left off, I’d just played 1.d4 in my exciting fight against 1995 World Microcomputer Chess Champion MChess Pro 8.0.

I relayed the move to my physical board, sipped my coffee and wondered what opening line I’d be facing considering that the opening book is from the mid-nineties and not “up-to-date” with latest theory.

The opening was a Queens Indian Defence in which computer surprised me with …exd5 in the opening (instead of the more common …Nxd5), and very quickly got itself into a bad position.

Within just a few moves I was winning, but then… Well, you’ll have to see. 🙂

Full analysis of the game is in the video below…Enjoy!