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Master (Computer) vs Tell (Computer)
World Computer Championship (1974), Stockholm SWE
Italian Game: Classical Variation. General (C53)  ·  1-0

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Jan-04-06  blingice: Looks like a game on <Yahoo!>.
Feb-28-06  kellmano: It woul dhave been nice to have played chess in this era. This was a match of the world championship for computers and i think i would have played a fair bit better.
Jul-09-06  sixfeetunder: White mastered the concept.

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