|Jan-08-13|| ||gerakus: In this game black play almost as houdini 3 itself up to move 67 with two exceptions playing second/third best moves,
on move 68 and 69 black make two blunders in a row
on move 71 white got the win but make a blunder.
From move 71 to 114 black play like houdini 3 again :), the game was a draw until that point, at least super houdini 3 agreeds ;),
on move 115 black made a blunder so easy to spot, that cant believe was miss by a player playing like a 3000+ raiting machine :).
|May-24-13|| ||goggi: 115...Ke6! 116.Nf4+ Kd6 and draw.|
|Jun-05-13|| ||AmacaballoFat: Normal explanation should be that Black was too tired when he made the last mistake on move 115.|
|Oct-08-13|| ||engineerX: Very impressive game by white. One of the rare cases where the computer happens to land in a slightly worse endgame, and then the grandmaster goes on to outplay it smoothly.|
|Dec-17-13|| ||Mudphudder: Bori was probably sweating and the moisture made the computer in his shoe malfunction, resulting in a tragic blunder on move 115.|
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