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The chess world was shaken to its core when grandmaster Garry Kasparov lost to a specially designed supercomputer in 1997. Experience that frustration again by playing against this super-tough chess AI.

  • Challenge an extremely difficult computer player in a round of chess.
  • This game is for experienced chess players who relish a challenge.

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Children and parents can play this single-player chess board game by clicking in the window below.

Alternatively kids and adults can play this online chess game for free as a web application here.

Tough Chess AI Game for Kids Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Play against a formidable computer chess opponent.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select Start on the welcome screen to begin.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktops
      • Using your mouse, left click to select the piece you want to move.
      • Left click on the space you want to move your piece to.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Tap the screen with your fingers and use them as a mouse.
  • Interface
    • The game board is located on the left side of the screen.
    • The game also lists down your moves on the right side.
    • The chess board is labeled so you will know where your pieces have moved.
    • The board itself is relatively simple, using stylized icons of the pieces.
  • Game Play
    • You, the human player, always play as the white pieces.
    • Try to trap the computer player’s king or prevent the computer player from trapping yours.
  • Target Audience
    • Skilled chess players both young and old will relish the challenge offered by this game.
    • There is no adult content in this game.

Are You Up for It?

This version of the classic board game is meant for advanced players who want to practice on an extremely difficult opponent. We have other chess games suited for players of all skill levels.

  • We invite newer and younger chess players to check out Junior Chess. Junior Chess provides a basic introduction to the rules, moves, and strategic essentials of chess.
  • Intermediate players who want an in-depth look at the game can check out Master Chess and Chess Grandmaster. Both of these have adjustable difficulty levels. Chess Grandmaster has pre-configured puzzles based on historically important moments in chess history.
  • If you are a casual player who wants to play against a friend, check out Chess.

Computers and Chess

Since the 1980s, computers have become quite proficient in giving experienced chess players a run for their money. Today, programs like this and others on our site routinely beat the most experienced chess players. It took several years to get to that point. Pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing first designed computer programs that could play chess in 1946. And as computing power increased, so did their proficiency. CRAY BLITZ in 1981 was the first computer program to beat a grandmaster, Joe Sentef, and receive a rank. However, skilled grandmasters could still beat computers for 16 years.

That all changed in 1997, when Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov in a 6-game tournament match.

Board games like chess rely on a predictable set of logical rules. Although this still leads to a large number of possible moves, it’s still quite predictable. The main challenge of a human player is keeping track of it all. Within the limits of chess rules, a sufficiently powerful computer can “think ahead” faster than a human can. Each time a computer makes a move, it predicts the consequences of every possible move that happens because of it, and fast.

Back in the 80s and 90s, only supercomputers can beat grandmasters. Today, programs like ours are more than capable of doing the same.

Chess is relatively simple compared to other board games. Computer programmers struggled to create a program capable of beating human players in another board game, Go. It wasn’t until 2016 that a program, AlphaGo by Google, actually beat a top-ranking human Go player.

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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