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Chess Genius (Computer) vs Viswanathan Anand
Intel Chess Grand Prix (active), IX (1994), London ENG, rd 3
Bogo-Indian Defense: Nimzowitsch Variation (E11)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

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Jun-28-05  aragorn69: Impressive showing by Anand. (Though he seems to have forgotten 52.-Qxe2+ at the very end).

Ironically, it is by appearing to go pawn-grabbing and by tolerating tripled pawns on the c-file, that he induces the computer to go pawn-grabbing too and leave his king exposed in the center.

Jun-28-05  farrooj: morale of the story: Pawn grabbing is bad.
Jul-10-08  MichAdams: Modern programs won't play 16.e3?

If Chess Genius had beaten Anand in this semi-final match, the organisers faced the problem that potential final opponent Ivanchuk had publicly stated that he wouldn't play against it.

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