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  1. #1
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    If I remember , I did it in CM 10TH Edition .

    Now , first time in Chessmaster Grandmaster Edition !

    The Chessmaster would beat me ...
    it lost by time ...
    I played white (as you can see) , and Chessmaster lost by time ...
    1 minute ranked game ...

    Lior
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    If I remember , I did it in CM 10TH Edition .

    Now , first time in Chessmaster Grandmaster Edition !

    The Chessmaster would beat me ...
    it lost by time ...
    I played white (as you can see) , and Chessmaster lost by time ...
    1 minute ranked game ...

    Lior
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    Great. Keep beating the *******

    Can u pls tell me some technical details of your computer, the chess setting, mine freezes ..... i belive yours doesn`t freeze due to the fact that u can play 1 min games
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    A hopeless position. At a glance, 30...Qxe1 31.Bxa4 Qxe2 leaves Chessmaster with a queen, rook, and 2 passed pawns against your bishop with mate soon to follow. It seems like you've simply found a bug.
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  5. #5
    i've found this bug too (cm not moving and losing on time). maybe it is something to do with dual proceser


    I doubt kramnik could beat chessmaster in 1/1 very often. No human should be able to beat it at this time. You pretty much should be losing every time and cm should never lose on time, especially with 1 sec increment
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  6. #6
    I have to echo some of the sentiments posted already. I know this would never happen on my machine. In a minute Chessmaster XI, or even Chessmaster X, would be able to make far more than 30 moves, and it doesn't waste any time mucking around with the mouse while moving pieces.

    On a properly running computer I don't know how pretty much any human could beat any reasonable engine, Chessmaster or otherwise, in a one minute game.
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