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Judit Polgar vs Junior (Computer)
Nir Galim (1995) (blitz), Nir Galim ISR, rd 6, Nov-07
French Defense: Classical. Steinitz Variation (C14)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-27-04  lucifershammer: 54 ... Ke5??
Nov-06-04  tldr3: ke5 is as good or bad as anything else in this position
Nov-06-04  PinkPanther: 54...Ke5 isn't even a possible move.
Nov-15-04  tldr3: i think he ment 64....ke5
Aug-26-05  kookykrumbs: Could someone explain to me how Judit got the win in this game? It looks like she and the computer ended up pretty even.
Aug-27-05  The beginner: <Kookykrumbs>

The black king is forced to hunt the the h pawn or it will queen.

Meanwhile white king will go and grab the two remaning black pawns, and escort his b pawn down to queen.

Aug-27-05  Mitch Mitchell: ahh nostalga. I long for the days when computers made dumb moves like putting their Knight on a8 during the middle game.
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