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Igor Stohl vs Yasser Seirawan
Manila Interzonal (1990), Manila PHI, rd 12, Jul-12
Modern Defense: King Pawn Fianchetto (B06)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-07-07  CaptGeorge: <tpstar> Congrats! I didn't have a chance to work on this clue, but I sure would like to know how you found it.
Dec-09-07  silencerius: This one was a bit tricky indeed, my guess is that tpstar knows a bit of programming and used stuff like prime identification algorithms (http://www.vbforums.com/showthread....).

The Pi digits aren't hard to find just search for Pi.exe or google "Pi digits" and you'll find myriads of them.

Another (really slow and boring ) way would be to try all ~900 7digit numbers that can be generated by hand (copy-paste-enter, rinse and repeat) but that would be just mazochistic :P

Anyway, congrats again tpstar

Dec-09-07  silencerius: Btw with the algorithm method that I mentioned you get about 71 prime numbers in the 1000 first Pi digits but the correct answer is pretty much in the first ranks so it wouldn't take that long to find the answer.

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