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Fritz (Computer) vs Garry Kasparov
Koln (5') (1992)
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

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Dec-19-03  admeyer: Fritz likes to be greedy even at the cost of having its King harried. Maybe us humans should play like that too!
Dec-19-03  waddayaplay: How many calculations per second can a computer make...? Even Kasparov has given up this sturdy combination-style of his against computers. But it would surely be cool if someone could play like white did in this game.
Jul-28-04  chess4games: Sadly Kasparov lost his defence on the king.
Nov-05-07  herrahuu: I have poundered couple of last days what to do against 1.e4 c5 and this is what I found: I want to construct an kings indian attack kind of position with seven moves that consists of the six first moves that Fritz plays here.

1.e4 ... 2.d3 ... 3.g3 ... 4.♗g2 ... 5.♘f3 ... 6.0-0 ...

The seventh move of the seven for me is ♘d2, but ♗g5 doesn't look bad at all either.

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