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Junior (Computer) vs Robert Huebner
SuperGM (2000), Dortmund GER, rd 2, Jul-08
French Defense: Tarrasch Variation. Guimard Defense Main Line (C04)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-22-04
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  Knight13: Quick defeat! But I can only see it's a equal game. I am thinking of a time forfeit.

These two players likes moving pawns, huh.

Feb-10-09
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  Jim Bartle: Why is this game over?
Feb-10-09  percyblakeney: <Why is this game over?>

<Round Two

Sweeping draws as strong players move to the black side! Junior defies this logic by beating Huebner who resigned in an equal position.>

http://www.chess-mate.com/dort.htm

May-24-09  tibone: what if 20...bxc5 21.Ne4 attacking the pawn c5 which canīt be defended a second time?
May-27-09  zanshin: Strange game. The final position evaluates at a slight advantage for White - certainly not worth a resignation.


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[+0.16] d=18 20...bxc5 21.Ne4 Rfb8 22.Nxc5 Qe8 23.b4 Bxc5 24.bxc5 Rb3 25.Qc2 Rb5 26.a6 Ra5 27.c4 Rxa6 28.cxd5 Nxd5 29.Ng5 g6 30.Ne4 Rb8 31.Nd6 (0:54.53) 125020kN

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