Archives – First Stage Translations

The following are versions of chesspoems as put through our first stage translator. As you can read, these versions are very rudimentary and word-soupy. Compare these to the other chesspoems (2nd stage translations) we’re hosting under Famous Games, Famous Players, Openings and Defenses to see the difference between the first and second stage of the Chessbard translator.

Paul Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard (Paris (1858))
“The Opera Game”

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memories of negative databases memories diagonals
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Adolf Anderssen vs Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritsky (London (1851))
“The Immortal Game”

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and see variations factory as urge
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once of within to for
memories core pulses authors diagonals assured
to then works diagonals authors whisper
then own remains intuitive the more
the the bloodline diagonals

From Murphy by Samuel Beckett. Murphy (White) Vs. Mr. Endon (Black)

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interlocked computable number just is factory
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should to into as then always
like and apex to a and
if demand the Black across red
round in unreal across base unreal
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own into strands passively that just
of of boodline wood to dark
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pieces country retreat that just boodline
instead side a wood absolutely to
the from passively into own not

Deep Thought vs Garry Kasparov (New York (1989))

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shifting base round and those particularly
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on staircase just only is chocolate
particularly the base ready-made seashell a
helmets a caterpillar by

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where or horizon the curtain a
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Game 1: Kasparov vs Deep Blue (Philadelphia, 1996)

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chess the constructing and similarly rook
destructive always seashell or base destructive
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Game 2: Deep Blue vs Kasparov (Philadelphia, 1996)

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constructing like must transforms interlocked
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into cylindrical curl instruction left of
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long unfinished and remains violent permanent
kings our a core path made
down been a inevitable mimic evolution


Donald Byrne vs Robert James Fischer (1956): “The Game of the Century”

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round resist a curl operating sphere
like for logical path apocalyptic directory
particularly apocalyptic particularly apocalyptic particularly on
cylindrical constructing staircase chess of a
machine cube urge the particularly apocalyptic
or allegorical always are always

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on only inevitable a from but
my authors tolerance mimic intuitive out
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