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Computer vs Zsuzsa Polgar
Tournament (computers), Hague (Netherlands) (1995), The Hague NED, rd 3, Apr-28
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  1-0
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Jul-09-04  PinkPanther: I think black is a little late on the resignation in this one.
Jul-09-04  ajit: Horrible play by Zsuzsa Polgar. OK, till 17 moves, white has positional advantage. But, 18....f5.?? What is on? After 19...Kf7, the exchange sac that computer came up with must have startled Zsuxsa, but that combo is easily spottable even to my patzer eyes. I come up with lots of such combos in 5 0 blitz.
Jul-25-06  CapablancaFan: <PinkPanther><I think black is a little late on the resignation in this one.> Lol.
Jul-25-06  crptone: I liked Ba7 at the end, a last ditch try for a draw. Of course the computer isn't going to stalemate with an 5 pawn-up endgame...
Mar-16-07  argishti: 5 pawns down, and she is stil playing?? wow.
Mar-16-07  aazqua: Ouch. This is a pretty bad spanking.
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