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Komodo (Computer) vs Rybka (Computer)
London Match (2014), ???
Queen's Indian Defense: Classical. Traditional Variation Main Line (E19)  ·  1-0

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Apr-18-15  fT3g0: Interesting sequence from move 14 on. After the complications Komodo ended up with the better pawn structure. 32. h3! was a fine move, I would have been scared to temporarily sacrifice a pawn while undoubling my opponent's pawns.
Aug-02-16  WorstPlayerEver: SF7 prefers 33. R6a3
Aug-02-16  Al2009: Quite strange that Ribka didn't see that after 24...Qd5 (?) and 25. QxQ the ensuing Rook endgame with White's c passed pawn and Black's doubled g pawns was clearly hopeless for Black.

And also, dear software engineers, can you please implement a proper order to the engine so that to RESIGN immediately, once the material is too much imbalanced?

It's RIDICOLOUS to see a computer that keeps on playing after 76 b8=Q

Aug-02-16  WorstPlayerEver: 44... Rg7 =
Oct-01-16  Al2009: 44...Rg7?
45. Rf8 if ...Rg4 46. Rf7+

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