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Rybka (Computer) vs Deep Junior (Computer)
SSDF-match (2008), Sundsvall, rd 1, Aug-28
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Poisoned Pawn Accepted (B97)  ·  1-0



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Nov-06-08  DeltaHawk: Talk about seizing the initiative on the king's side.
May-09-09  Whitehat1963: So, what's the finish after 29...Qxf7?
May-09-09  Eisenheim: Whitehat1963: i see 30 Nf5 Qxe7, 31 Nxe7+ Kf8 (or flees anywhere) and 32 Nxc8 - leaving white up a piece and having a developed field with black's position suffocated. if 30 ....exF5 then 31 Bc4 netting the queen or suffering checkmate Would like to hear other continuations as well. I don't use computers for assistance so I may be way off!
May-10-09  Whitehat1963: Thanks, <Eisenheim>, that's a clever continuation.
May-26-09  m0nkee1: Have seen rybka play like this before. against shredder in the ICGA games: It gives up b2 and offers a pawn on e5 to...
May-26-09  VinnyRoo2002: Does anybody think that computers will be left to play on there own from the very beginning of the game? I mean if they're able to calculate so well, I think the day is near when they start playing without an opening book. Of course, that does not preclude the fact that they will still play these same openings just that they'll be playing them without the assistance of an pening book.
Jun-01-10  vonKrolock: after 29...♕xh7, the coup 30.♘f5 looks strong enough - but the <bumbling bag of bolts> here opinates for 30.♕d8+ ♕f8 31.♕h4 <"and white gives mate in 13"> !!??
Aug-02-10  cjgone: Meh, game follows literally a book for 9 moves then Rybka switches it up. :D

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