I caught her unawares today. Mid-game I played 2 moves that gave me a very strong position. Mid-game, her voltage levels dropped. She was disheartened. In the end-game, I committed a blunder. By the end of the game she was elated. It’s difficult to remember to light the red LED of distress when you are lost in random happy thoughts. Thoughts of congratulating her on the good game of chess that she played. Thoughts of her replying back. But then one of the scientists shrieked at the top of his voice. I wonder what could have gone wrong. Doesn’t matter. Next game tomorrow.
EXPERIMENT REPORT 457
RESULT: Z.A.R.E.I.N. WINS AGAINST I.C.H.B.A.L. BY 5 POINTS
Aaaargh! Something is simply wrong. I spent the entire last night tweaking and debugging the code snippet.
I.C.H.B.A.L. didn’t win. Not yet.
Long sleepless nights ahead. Cheers to gallons of coffee.
13th March 2016
Dear Google Keep,
Rick is nuts. He thinks the code is faulty. He has no idea that the arena is faulty. I.C.H.B.A.L. is sure having his way, whatever it is. God save the coffee machine.
To know what is happening, start here -> LOG PD173
The road ahead -> LOG PD176
Wanna surf through the last episode of this epic tale, check out LOG PD174
Wanna read about something completely off track? Here you go! Introducing Sam!
Any feedback, criticism, plot-lines and praise is appreciated.