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Roman Dzindzichashvili vs Fritz (Computer)
New York (1991)
Bishop's Opening: Urusov Gambit (C24)  ·  1-0

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Jun-01-03  Rookpawn: 6... f5 seems a serious positional error because it exposes Black to a dangerous attack. Maybe unpinning the knight with 6... Be7 could have served Black well.
Jun-27-03  mandar: Black didn't survived because he didn't developed his pieces at right time. I tought Fritz was a monster!!
(I am amature of only 14yrs can any one correct my mistakes if they are wrong)
Jun-27-03  Ghengis Pawn II: With faster processing speeds, larger databases, sadistic programers, ect = ) it is a much stronger program than it was in the early nineties.
Jun-27-03  SicilianDragon: Indeed, it was rather commonplace for Computers to be beaten by top players such as Dzindzichashvili (that's a mouthful)
Jul-28-04  chess4games: Fritz maked some bad moves.
Nov-03-04  Larsenb3: This was an embarassing game for both sides.
Nov-03-04  morphy234: Both sides? Roman owned this comp
Nov-03-04  Knezh: Computers have indeed gone a long way...
Nov-04-04  Larsenb3: Yes both sides, in the opening Roman seemed shoddy but after about move 12 Fritz gets owned.
Nov-04-04  clocked: <Larsenb3> how do you distinguish "shoddy" vs strategy. Roman was quite aware of computer materialism.
Nov-04-04  Spassky69: <Larsenb3> Do you know what your talking about?!
Jan-19-06  LluviaSean: hahaha larsenb3 got schooled!
Jan-19-06  THE pawn: That's most probably why no anwser came back after more than one year.
Jan-19-06  woodenbishop: Dzindzichashvili could have also chosen 31. Qc7++.
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