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Brains in Bahrain (2002)

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Deep Fritz vs Kramnik ½-½28 2002 Brains in BahrainC67 Ruy Lopez
2. Kramnik vs Deep Fritz 1-057 2002 Brains in BahrainD27 Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical
3. Deep Fritz vs Kramnik 0-151 2002 Brains in BahrainC45 Scotch Game
4. Kramnik vs Deep Fritz ½-½41 2002 Brains in BahrainD34 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
5. Deep Fritz vs Kramnik 1-035 2002 Brains in BahrainD57 Queen's Gambit Declined, Lasker Defense
6. Kramnik vs Deep Fritz 0-134 2002 Brains in BahrainE15 Queen's Indian
7. Deep Fritz vs Kramnik ½-½28 2002 Brains in BahrainE19 Queen's Indian, Old Main line, 9.Qxc3
8. Kramnik vs Deep Fritz ½-½21 2002 Brains in BahrainD68 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense, Classical
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-04-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  Knight13: Wow no kibitzing!
Oct-15-06  cotdt: Fritz 9 still makes the same mistakes this Deep Fritz (version 7?) made. Let's see what Fritz 10 can do. What amazes me is how Kramnik beat the computer in OPEN systems.
Jul-11-08  apexin: i just posted extensive analysis of every game in english.
Nov-06-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  KingG: Kramnik clearly played better than the computer in this match, but lost the 5th game due to a bad blunder, and the 6th one by trying to be 'entertaining'(which rarely works out for Kramnik). It's a shame, but just as with the Kasparov vs Junior and Kasparov vs Fritz matches the following year, it was clear that the human played the better chess despite the drawn result, which were largely due to uncharacteristic blunders.
Dec-03-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karpova: Similar to the 1993 WC matches Kasparov-Short World Championship Match (1993) and Karpov-Timman FIDE World Championship (1993) there were two matches between human beings and computer programs almost ten years later.

Fritz beat Junior in the BGN Computer Qualifier, 2001.04.24 to 2001.04.30 in Cadaques, Spain by the score of 12-11 in the Play-Offs: http://www.chess.gr/tourn/2001/BGN_...

So the winner Fritz played Kramnik in this match while Kasparov faced Junior in the FIDE Man-Machine WC (2003)

So the similarity consists of winner versus winner (Short vs Kasparov, Kramnik vs Fritz) and loser versus loser (Karpov vs Timman, Kasparov vs Junior).

Dec-06-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  GrahamClayton: At the start of the match,it was found that the humid conditions made the chess pieces "sticky" and hard to use. The solution to the problem was to place them in a refrigerator prior to the start of each game.
Dec-06-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  sallom89: <GrahamClayton> are you serious ?!
Dec-06-08  positionalgenius: no he is kidding.
Dec-06-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  sallom89: <positionalgenius> lol, im kidding also, thanks.

how can chess pieces be 'Hard to use' hehe.

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