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Jan Hein Donner vs Belle (Computer)
Exhibition game (1982), Delft NED, Mar-05
Queen's Gambit Declined: Cambridge Springs Variation (D52)  ·  1-0
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Nov-18-08  sneaky pete: La belle et la bÍte. From the good old days, when insulting the silicon monster and its flock of believers was rewarded with a remunerative (and for a GM easily winnable) grudge game.

19.g3? .. (typical Donnerian carelessness allowing .. Bxb4) caused a lot of fuss at the time. When black played 19... Kh8? the beast was confirmed in his conviction that the beauty would never, ever, not in a million years, play a decent game of chess.

Jan-13-18
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  JSLigon: The computer resigned in an equal position after 12. O-O. What am I missing here?
Jan-13-18  WorstPlayerEver: 1 d4 d5
2 c4 c6
3 Nf3 Nf6
4 Nc3 e6
5 Bg5 Nbd7
6 e3 Qa5
7 Nd2 Bb4
8 Qc2 O-O
9 Be2 dxc4
10 Bxf6 Nxf6
11 Nxc4 Qc7
12 O-O Rd8
13 a3 Be7
14 b4 b6
15 Rfc1 Bb7
16 Bf3 a6
17 Rab1 Nd7
18 a4 Rab8
19 g3 Kh8
20 Bg2 f5
21 Ne2 Re8
22 Nf4 Bg5
23 Nd3 Bf6
24 f4 Rec8
25 a5 b5
26 Nd2 Ba8
27 Nb3 Qa7
28 Qe2 Rc7
29 Nbc5 Nf8
30 Rc2 Re8
31 Rbc1 Kg8
32 Bf3 Rd8
33 g4 Rdc8
34 Rc3 fxg4
35 Bxg4 Re7
36 Qa2 Rce8
37 f5 Rd8
38 Nf4 Bxd4
39 exd4 Rxd4
40 f6 Rxf4
41 fxe7 Rxg4+
42 Rg3 Rxg3+
43 hxg3 Qxe7
44 Qd2 h6
45 Rd1 Qe8
46 Qd6 e5
47 Qc7 Qh5
48 Rf1 Qe8
49 Qd6 e4
50 Rf4 e3
51 Re4 Qc8
52 Rxe3 h5
53 Re7 Qf5
54 Qf4 Qg6
55 Ra7 Qe8
56 Qd4 Qg6
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