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Viswanathan Anand vs Fritz (Computer)
Frankfurt SC Comp m (2000), rd 2, Jun-17
Dutch Defense: Semi-Leningrad Variation (A81)  ·  0-1


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  Poisonpawns: Great game by the Comp. Anand is totally tied down and whipped!
Jan-19-06  ianD: Great Fritz Zugzwang!!

Fritz played the Dutch and won! against Anand. WOW!!

Jan-19-06  chesswonders: 1.d4 is not really Anand's forte!
Jan-19-06  thomaspaine: Wow, interesting game.
Jan-19-06  sciacca khan: Computers have no fear, no sense maybe, and will push pawns in a way that is shocking to us. Fritz could smell Anand's weaknesses, like a shark with blood. Powerful game.
Apr-11-06  suenteus po 147: I didn't know computer programs understood the power or effect of zugzwang. An excellent final position for defining the term.
Dec-01-06  argishti: very good Zugzwang! there is just now way for vishy to defend. he is locked out of the game.
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  Whitehat1963: Here's a game that is very seriously worth analyzing for Timmerman v. The World.
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  Wyatt Gwyon: Damn. Anand got stomped.
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