"Microchess 2" vs ChatGPT model 4

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"Microchess 2" vs ChatGPT model 4
Dear Friends,
Just for fun, in this hot summer let's indulge ourselves with this semi-automatic chess match between "Microchess 2" (Apple-1 version) versus ChatGPT model 4 (yes, the expensive version!).
 
You can find all the details and technicalities in the extensive description of the video!
 
A special appreciation to my friend Francesco Sblendorio, the SysOp of the BBS  bbs.retrocampus.com, for his support and cooperation!
 
Enjoy the video! :-)
 
 
Best Regards,
claudio - P-LAB
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Why MicroChess?  I was always

Why MicroChess?  I was always of the impression that Sargon was the better Apple II chess program.

 

oh...  I just noticed...  Apple-1...  Makes sense now...  I don't think Sargon was on Apple-1.

 

 

 

 

 

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Exactly, no Sargon... To my

Exactly, no Sargon...

 

To my knowledge "Microchess" and "Microchess 2" are the only chess programs available on Apple-1.

 

But if I am wrong please let me know, thanks!

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p-lab wrote:Exactly, no
p-lab wrote:

Exactly, no Sargon...

 

To my knowledge "Microchess" and "Microchess 2" are the only chess programs available on Apple-1.

 

But if I am wrong please let me know, thanks!

:-)

 

As far as I have been able to find, I think you are correct.  MicroChess 2 is really quite an accomplishment on an Apple-1 when you think about it.

 

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Haha, a lot of fun.Good to

Haha, a lot of fun.

Good to see 2k of raw programming can beat a datacenter-driven AI model. 

Curious to know how much kWh this game costs at either side of the table ;-).

 

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