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Alexey Shirov vs Fritz (Computer)
Frankfurt SC Comp m (2000), rd 9, Jun-17
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-16-04
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  Knight13: 60. Qxd2 Rxd2 61. Kg2 a3 62. h4 a2 63. h5 a1=Q, the meaning of my annotation is that Black queens but white can't. Why did Fritz resign?
Oct-16-04  sneaky pete: <Knight13> Maybe he didn't like 60.Qxc2+ Qxc2 61.Nxc2 .. etc.
Oct-16-04  russep: The dark square bishop will stop the pawns from queening and this gives white time to get a queen for himself
Oct-16-04
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  Knight13: <sneaky pete and russep> I didn't see that. That's a good idea!
Sep-07-05  Hesam7: Does anybody know the time controls for this game?

It is obvious that Shirov did not change his style to play against "it".

Feb-04-07  IMDONE4: 60. Qxc2+ Qxc2 61. Nxc2 Kxc2 62.Bd4
Feb-04-07  IMDONE4: impressive that shirov doesnt hide in a shell and try to play a closed game like most people try to do against computers, and instead crushes Fritz in a barrage of tactics
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