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Zappa (Computer) vs Fruit (Computer)
WCCC (2005), Reykjavik, rd 3, Aug-15
Queen Pawn Opening: Veresov Opening. Richter Attack (D00)  ·  1-0


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Nov-15-05  delterp: Beautiful endgame king movement! I know it is only the opposition, but worth looking at (at least for my rating!!)
Nov-21-05  who: What's wrong with 6...dxe4.

I don't understand 20.f5 or 21...f6. Why not just play 21...Be6 and then shuffle the queen back to the kingside.

29.Nxf5! is a nice move.

Jan-18-06  aw1988: Yes, I agree, you truly are a chess moron.
Jun-06-06  neosystems: Haha, you've gotta love Zappa's pawn formation after move 9. :P
Jun-06-06  jamesmaskell: That is a pretty hefty pawn wedge there!
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