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Fritz (Computer) vs Garry Kasparov
Koln (5') (1992) (blitz)
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Knight Variation (B43)  ·  1-0


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Jul-16-04  morphynoman2: Computers are too strong in endgames.
Jul-28-04  chess4games: Deep Blue is a stronger program than Fritz, I guess.
Dec-08-04  admiralnemo: wait a second, doesn't 18..Bxe3 win the knight because if fritz takes back there is Qg2 mate?
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  meloncio: <admiralnemo> No, after 19.fxe3 the square g2 is protected by the white Queen.
Dec-08-04  Minor Piece Activity: No because after 19. fxe3 the Queen on e2 is supporting the g2 square.
Dec-08-04  admiralnemo: oops, my bad...i thought that looked too easy
Jul-09-05  neils: i can beat u fritz!
Oct-27-05  Jmaal: I know that fritz is a tough opponent, but all you have to do is analyze his/her openings
Jan-19-06  prinsallan: I didnt know Fritz beat Kasparov... Does the "5" mean it was a blitzgame?
Jan-19-06  prinsallan: Saw that Kasparov won the rest of the games amking it 4-1 back in 1992. :D
Jan-19-06  cavaleiro: Why 30..Qh6 and not 30..fxe4?
Jan-19-06  Averageguy: <cavaleiro> 31.Nxe4 looks alright for white.
Mar-11-06  Versiano: It was a Blitz game. No chance for the humans at this level of time.
Nov-13-06  Ch3ckmate: does the 5 mean a 5 minute game?
Dec-10-06  Karpova: <Ch3ckmate>
yes, 5 min
Jul-27-09  WhiteRook48: weirdo transpositions
Dec-20-10  Xeroxx: 34.. Rfxc2 looks strong.
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  KingG: <34.. Rfxc2 looks strong.> As does 35...Rfxc2 and 36...Rfxc2. It's amazing that both Kasparov and Fritz missed this move 3 times in succession.
Dec-20-10  BobCrisp: Not really considering the advances in chip speed since those pre-Pentium days:
Jul-10-14 i have a question to a move... sry for my not so deep going understanding of that game, im an amateur and i have no engine to check that move... but, i would have played (probably because im an amateur :)) 43...Bc5 what is your opinion on that move ?
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