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ParSOS (Computer) vs ETABETA (Computer)
WCCC 2006 (2006), Turin, rd 3, May-26
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov-Petrosian Variation. Petrosian Attack (E12)  ·  1-0



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May-27-06  Knight13: A king running down from e8 to d2 and gets mated. That's a long walk to get a reward!
May-29-06  cotdt: all of ETABETA's chess games are marvously entertaining!
May-29-06  Chess Classics: could probably get a Thursday or Friday puzzle out of 18. e5+


Jun-01-06  KholdStare: Thursday? It's a simple fork!

*looks again*

Nope, it's just a fork.

Jun-01-06  Nomen Nescio: The puzzle would begin with move 15. After NxP, if the black king retreats, white can play NxN. Black has no reply because of Nd5+. From here, white can take the rook or bishop.
Jun-26-06  notyetagm: Looks like ETABETA's programmer forgot to tell it about castling. :-)
Jul-16-12  offramp: I haven't seen a long king hunt in a long time. Has there been one in the last few years that I have missed or do they no longer happen?

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