"When you play at this level, it's no ordinary menu".
I wonder what browser William Sidis would use?
He's arguably the most intelligent human to have ever lived - with an estimated IQ between 250-300 when he was attending Harvard at age 11. His deviation IQ is estimated at approximately 210. Because of our hacky methods of measurement, aging alone lowers an IQ measurement (and IMO, adults are actually stupider than children), thus necessitating the concept of deviation IQs. Ockham weeps.
Compare that to Einstein's measly 150 (he was nowhere near as smart as say Bobby Fischer). Or Da Vinci's more respectable 176.
Further, genius is subdivided (the study of intelligence would make Ockham positively suicidal I think) - Da Vinci was a universal genius. Along with Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz they were purportedly the 'models' of the overman.
The whole issue of intelligence strongly lends itself towards a "pick a smaller pond to make yourself look like a bigger fish" approach.
When the dust all settles, as Mama Gump would say "stupid is as stupid does"