Why AI Chess Bots Are Virtually Unbeatable (ft. GothamChess)
  • 4 months ago
"I got checkmated in 34 moves." Levy Rozman a.k.a. GothamChess plays chess against Stockfish 16, the strongest chess computer in the world, and analyzes the way it thinks in order to apply it to his own gameplay. With help from computer chess software engineer Gary Linscott, these chess pros identify why Stockfish is virtually unbeatable by a human, from opening move to endgame.The charts depicting minimax with alpha-beta pruning was created by Wikipedia user Maschelos and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license.Director: Lisandro Perez-ReyDirector of Photography: Francis BernalEditor: Paul IsaksonTalent: Gary Linscott; Levy RozmanLine Producer: Joseph BuscemiAssociate Producer: Paul Gulyas; Brandon WhiteProduction Manager: D. Eric MartinezProduction Coordinator: Fernando DavilaCamera Operator: Brittany BergerGaffer: Mar AlfonsoSound Mixer: Michael GugginoProduction Assistant: Albie SmithPost Production Supervisor: Alexa DeutschPost Production Coordinator: Ian BryantSupervising Editor: Doug LarsenAssistant Editor: Andy Morell