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Teimour Radjabov vs Deep Junior (Computer)
"Off the Deep End" (game of the day Dec-09-2006)
Man-Machine (2006), Florence ITA, rd 1, Dec-03
Semi-Slav Defense: Anti-Moscow Gambit (D44)  ·  0-1

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Dec-09-06  nimzo knight: I dont know about capabilities of deep junior. Radjabov choose very complicated lines, still computer didnt had much control of the game till the end. But I wonder why will you choose such sharp lines playing against the machine.
Dec-09-06  Defiler: Incredible play by Radjabov. I think he was very unlucky not to win. Against most humans I think he would of but the computer saw futher in this game.
Dec-09-06  chessmoron: Chessbase.com says this is annotated by Radjabov himself. I doubt it. More like computer analysis.

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.Nc3 c6 5.Bg5 h6 6.Bh4 dxc4 7.e4 g5 8.Bg3 b5 9.Be2 Bb7 10.0-0 Nbd7 11.Ne5 h5 12.Nxd7 Qxd7 13.Be5 Rh6 14.Qc1 Nh7N. The new move, played by the computer. 14...g4 15.Rd1 0-0-0 16.b3 and White is better. 15.f4 Be7 16.Qe3 0-0-0 17.Rad1. 17...f6 18.fxg5 fxe5 [18...fxg5 19.d5 and White is better.] 19.gxh6 exd4 20.Qg3 Qe8 21.Qg7! Rd7 [21...dxc3 22.Rxd8+ Qxd8 23.bxc3 and White is winning] 22.Rf7 Ng5! [22...Bf6 23.Rxd7 Bxg7 24.Rxg7 dxc3 25.bxc3 and White is better] 23.Rxe7 [23.Bxh5 Nxf7 24.Bxf7 Bc5 and Black is winning] 23...Qxe7 24.Qxe7 Rxe7 25.Rxd4 Rh7.26.h4! [26.e5 Rxh6 27.Rh4 Nf7 28.Rxh5 Rxh5 29.Bxh5 Nxe5 30.Ne4 and Black is better.] 26...Nf7 27.Bxh5 Ne5 28.Be2 c5 29.Rd1 [29.Rd6 Rxh6 30.Nxb5=] 29...Bc6 30.g4 b4 31.Nb1 [31.g5 bxc3 32.bxc3 Bxe4 33.Kf2=] 31...Rxh6 32.h5 Rh8 33.Kf2 [33.Nd2=] 33...Bxe4 34.g5 Bd3 35.h6 [35.Rh1] 35...Bh7 36.Rg1 Rd8 37.Bh5 Ng6 38.Bxg6 Bxg6 39.Rh1 Kd7! 40.Nd2 c3 41.bxc3 bxc3 42.Nc4 c2 43.Ne3? Ke7 44.h7 Rh8 45.Ke2 Be4 0-1.

Dec-09-06
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  al wazir: Has there ever been a game using Fischer randomization between a strong computer program and a GM? That would be a better test.
Dec-09-06  siilarsi: <chessmoron: Chessbase.com says this is annotated by Radjabov himself. I doubt it. More like computer analysis.>

And what is this difference between the given analysis and "normal" human analysis?

Dec-09-06  Rocafella: Radjabov is a great player, I like his position up to near the end but I can't quite find the losing move, does anyone know what this was?
Dec-09-06  drzebra: i really dislike Bh5
Dec-09-06  drzebra: what is the response to 45. Kf3
Dec-09-06  Rocafella: Ne3 also looks a bit dodgey and pointless doesn't it?
Dec-09-06
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  kevin86: A pretty exciting game,by computer standards. White's game seemed to run out of gas a tad early. Black then dominated the rest of the game.
Dec-09-06  Fisheremon: <drzebra: i really dislike Bh5> Teimour missed a small combo 38. Bg4 Kc7 39. Bxe6 Ne5 40. Bxc4 Rf8+ 41. Ke2 Bxb1 42. Rxb1 Nxc4 43. g6 Re8+ 44. Kf2 Ne5 45. Rg1 ( )

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