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Spark (Computer) vs Almond (Computer)
10th International Computer Tournament (2010), Leiden NED, rd 7, May-30
Uncommon Opening (A00)  ·  0-1



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Jun-10-10  vonKrolock: Finally, the perfect game, without mistakes
Jun-11-10  ounos: Spark's skype went off.
Jun-12-10  MarvinTsai: Amond was found cheating with human.
Jul-06-10  zanshin: That's what happens when you install 32 man tablebases.
Jan-30-11  vikinx: Very funny, computers.
May-28-12  teddysalad: Spark objected to the cameras in the room and refused to play.
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  OhioChessFan: Almond's Joy
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  alexmagnus: Why is this game listed as having 1 move and not 0?
May-31-13  deputy1: was it a default ?
May-31-13  anandrulez: Power failure , Spark's team didn't money have UPS and Almond won on Time.
Aug-15-13  GumboGambit: I cannot blame them. Im sure theyre just sick of Patzers second guessing their moves after running to Rybka.
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  perfidious: <GumboGambit> is obviously resident in an alternate form of reality, as no-one <ever> uses engines for that purpose.
Feb-03-22  JimmyVermeer: Do engines have any other purpose?
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  Messiah: I feel very strong Fischer and Kramnik vibes here.

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