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David Bronstein vs REBEL (Computer)
AEGON Den Haag (1990), ?
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Modern Defense Mieses Line (B13)  ·  1-0
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Apr-20-05
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  lostemperor: This gamecollection is dedicated to David Bronstein, the legend, World Champion equal 1951-54, whom I am honored to meet during the man vs machine tournaments in the Hague. I was also privileged to play several blitzgames with him, which I lost all. He is truely a gentleman.
Apr-20-05  ughaibu: Lostemperor: You didn't link to the collection, I guess it's the one of yours below(?)
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  lostemperor: ughaibu: it is. I cannot speak for someone else's collection:)
Apr-20-05
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  THE pawn: Bronstein, the all-time machine killer.
Sep-21-06  argishti: seriously, i agree with "THE pawn", bronstein is called the "iron idiot" he plays so weirdly with computers, that the computer freezes, it doesnt know how to play chess.
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