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Fritz (Computer) vs Vladimir Kramnik
Frankfurt SC Comp m (2000), rd 5, Jun-17
English Opening: King's English Variation. Three Knights System General (A27)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

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Mar-23-05  Whitehat1963: This really is an impressive game from Kramnik. I'm surprised no one has commented on it!
Mar-23-05  Karpova: really nice how kramnik let's fritz operate on the queenswing only to come up with a devastating kingside attack!
Mar-07-06  Mamba Verde: Old Kramnik used to play great chess!
Apr-08-07  afioonov: Can you believe it!?
even fritz10 on a duo with one gig of RAM still cant find Bf3 sac!! I'm proud that i am still a human:)
Mar-08-08  sallom89: he can play great chess with black, i wonder why some guys said he didn't get a single win with black in 2007.
Mar-31-08  benba57: Bf3 is a great sacrafice, and it's certainly interesting that Fritz does not see it. It seems like the more you study games played by chess computers the stranger they get.
Jun-15-08  iccsumant: < afioonov: Can you believe it!? even fritz10 on a duo with one gig of RAM still cant find Bf3 sac!! I'm proud that i am still a human:)>

You mean to say you used all the RAM in your comp just to find that move...you are a great chess enthusiast!

Jun-15-08  iccsumant: And anyway, what do you mean you are proud you are still a human? Any transformation in your body gonna take place...becoming a robot soon? A gift from god!!
Jun-15-08
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  nimh: 28.Bb8?? was a blunder. 28.Rxc7 would have led to only a small advantage for black.
Feb-16-09  m0nkee1: agree 28.Bb8 , that exchange was costly, nice example of a computer chasing material and getting caught out.
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