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Judit Polgar vs Junior (Computer)
Man Machine Budapest (1996), rd 3
Spanish Game: Open. Bernstein Variation (C80)  ·  0-1


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May-17-05  ryanpd: Very calm, patient defense by the computer.
May-17-05  fenno: Indeed. The computer must have thought: "Oh, she is SO aggressive! - I must keep myself calm and patient. If I get nervous, I may even blunder tactically... and then everybody would mock me. So easy now. Think! No hasty moves..." ;)
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  keypusher: <What the computer thought>: 010101000000000000001111111111010101010101010101010100- 101011111111111111111110000001010101010101010010101001- 011111111111110010101010010100101111110101010101010111- 111111111111111100000000000101010101011011111010101010- 010101000101001010
May-17-05  fenno: Yes, that is another way to express it. I just thought that natural language is more easy for kibizers who do not understand computers.
May-21-05  ryanpd: All joking aside, I am impressed with junior's persistent and positionally accurate defense here. Most computers end up trying for tactics in these kinds of positions. Moves like Qa5 and Rf8 demonstrate how far these engines have come, I think.
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  THE pawn: I am definitely impressed by the computer's guts, the last attacks of Judit, where she takes a couple of black's pawn shows great mastery of chess for the program. At that point, I would have lost, no question about it.
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  Chicago Chess Man: Couldn't she have at least taken a draw by perpetual?
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  Rubenus: <Chicago Chess Man> Yes, I think.
Apr-17-07  get Reti: does anyone have a collection of games like this? I seen so many of the greatest attacking games, that now its more fun to see great defense and king escape routes.
Apr-17-07  get Reti: Hydra vs Shredder, 2004 is another great example
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