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Garry Kasparov vs Mephisto (Computer)
Hamburg sim-32 (7) (1985), Hamburg FRG, Jun-06
Sicilian Defense: French Variation (B40)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

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Oct-02-05  THE pawn: Andddddd....to the garbage!
Oct-02-05  DutchDunce: On the other hand, a later incarnation of Mephisto managed to beat Karpov while he was still near top form, as well as a young Judit Polgar.

Wonder what "Exclusive B+P" means?? I notice there are a lot of B/P moves in this game, and quite a few knight moves in the "Mephisto S" (stands for knight in German) game. Maybe the computer was programmed to move only those pieces except where a large disadvantage would occur?

Oct-02-05  THE pawn: b+p stands for: <Back> to the <place> where you came from: junkyard!
Jul-13-06  harcee sarmiento: mephisto... a computer worth to throw.
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