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Garry Kasparov vs Fritz (Computer)
Koln (5') (1992)
Russian Game: French Attack (C42)  ·  1-0
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Jul-28-04  chess4games: I don't get why Kasparov wins. 33...Kxg6. What's wrong with that?
Jul-28-04
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  acirce: Then e7 and the pawn queens, giving White overwhelming material advantage.
Jul-28-04  chess4games: Thanks for you helps, acirce.
Jun-28-05  SnoopDogg: I don't get how they played these 5 minute games. I mean did an operator come out and make the moves on a chess board or did he use a really old computer to play Fritz.
Sep-22-10  libertyjack: What a massacre!
Nov-20-10  jaguarz: I love that kind of sacrifice!
May-23-12  screwdriver: I have Fritz7 which is newer than this version I believe. In 1992, Kasparov could keep those pesky compututer chess programs at bay. However, I don't think anyone would be beating the latest version of Fritz in 2012.

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