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<Analysis of <<[[30. Be4] [...Kg7] [31.Qf2] [...Qe7]>>>>

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Section A - Ranking our top lines from the Analysis Tree: Section B - RandomVisitor's
Section C -
Section Z - My methodology and hardware

**Section A** Ranking our top lines from the Analysis Tree:

**Section B** RandomVisitor's top 12.Qf2 line

**Section C** Game containing 12.Qf2, black win

S Sahu vs Mednis, 1984

**Section Z** My methodology and hardware

I will be utilizing Rybka 3 and Aquarium's IDeA mode extensively. I also will be double checking Aquarium's IDeA's work with Rybka 3 running in Analyse mode with Persistant Hash on.

My hardware is Intel Q9650 quad overclocked to 3.8ghz.

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   Dionyseus has kibitzed 5364 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-13 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2013 (replies)
Dionyseus: Even I can beat Nakamura after 46.Re7. Time to resign...
   May-25-13 Houdini (Computer) (replies)
Dionyseus: Houdini won nTCEC Season 1, finishing first place in all stages. Good performance from Stockfish.
   May-18-13 Norway Chess Tournament (2013) (replies)
Dionyseus: <dumbgai> <Given Wang Hao's form in the last two rounds, and Hammer's play against the rest of the in the world did Hammer beat Wang Hao??? > You'd be amazed at how well players (Ivanchuk at the Candidates, Wang Hao here) can perform when they have nothing ...
   May-18-13 Karjakin vs Topalov, 2013 (replies)
Dionyseus: [DIAGRAM] Analysis by Houdini 3 Pro x64: 26...h3 27.g3 Rhc8 28.Rxg5+ fxg5 29.f6+ Kxf6 30.Bh5 Rf8 31.Rf1+ Ke7 32.Qf5 Kd8 33.Qxg5+ Kc8 34.Qh6 Rd8 35.Qf6 Qb8 36.Bxf7 Kb7 37.Bg6 Ka6 38.Rf2 Ka7 39.g4 Rg8 40.Rf3 Rgg7 41.Bf5 Qb7 42.Rd3 Rcf7 43.Qe6 Re7
   May-17-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Dionyseus: <norami> I was watching the player cam live and the game was a dead draw until Carlsen played the fatal 64.Kg2. As soon as he played it he shook his head angrily and walked away from the board for a while. I think this time he just became impatient and underestimated the ...
   Apr-01-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
Dionyseus: Kramnik has just resigned and Carlsen will play Anand for the World Championship match. I'm sure Carlsen's not happy with how this tournament ended but he did enough. Hopefully he moves on past this and prepares for Anand properly.
   Jan-26-13 Tata Steel (2013) (replies)
Dionyseus: What a horrible tournament for Caruana, he was so close to 2800 and now he is losing 25 points at the moment with his barely above 2600 performance.
   Oct-13-12 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
Dionyseus: Carlsen also posted on his blog that there would be a blitz game tiebreak in the event of a tie.
   Oct-13-12 Bilbao Masters (2012) (replies)
Dionyseus: Not a single win by the World Champion.
   Aug-20-12 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
Dionyseus: NGambit Kasparov is included in every discussion of who the greatest chess player was, I've never heard of Anand in those discussions. Anand's a great player but he has never dominated like Kasparov has.
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