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Zsuzsa Polgar vs Junior (Computer)
Nir Galim Blitz (1994), Nir Galim ISR, Nov-26
Indian Game: London System (A46)  ·  1-0


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Feb-12-05  Orbitkind: If Polgar is a pawn down, why did the program resign?
Feb-18-05  samvega: It didn't. The clever girl pulled the plug.
Mar-04-05  THE pawn: hahaha
May-18-05  Jaymthetactician: 3...Bd6?? What is that awful move about? And why not 4.Bxd6, cramping+ weakening the black position while at the same time nullyfing the posibility of an opposite color bishop endgame?
May-18-05  Jaymthetactician: At move 13 it is apparent that Junior has the superior pawn structure, but a closer look at the position reveal's many weaknesses around the black king, 17...f6! avoid's the Knight sacrifice on f7, which after Nxf7,Bxg6 and black's king isnt very comfortable

After 20...Kh8 I would play Ke2 and plan Rh1, but my analyisis may be meaningless as I played Shredder on sparring mode and walked away with a draw.

May-18-05  Jaymthetactician: Also, 13.Kd2 prepares a rook sacrifice on h6 when 1.Rxh6,gxh6 2.Qh1 and then 3,Qxh6, there is probably a defense to this plan, so I will try to find it for black.
May-24-05  soberknight: <Orbitkind> Each of the Polgar sisters played against this computer in a Blitz tournament, and each won despite having a losing or drawing position. Evidently, the computer forfeited on time.
Dec-05-09  bastiaan0740: Must be time. BLack was clearly winning.
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