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The World vs Hao Yin
The World vs. Yin Hao (2000) (exhibition), gamers.com INT, rd 1, Jul-??
Russian Game: Modern Attack. Center Variation (C43)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-13-04  blak519: This is the best game the world has ever played in the database, we managed to draw !
Jun-14-04  iron maiden: How did they agree on a draw? Was 'offer draw' a choice on the polls or something?
Sep-01-04  Knight13: Okay, game.
Dec-07-04  ArturoRivera: <Iron Maiden>

Since all the game was trough votes, like giving optionsa and the public choose, example question could be: whats better? a) e4 b)d4 c)c4 e)Nf3 etc, the move who obtained more votes was the one Hao Yin played against, so perhaps they said: Hao proposed a draw, here are the options: a)accept it b)deny it and the world accepted.

Jan-09-08  D.Observer: The World should have declined Hao Yin's draw offer.
Jan-26-08  just a kid: <D.Observer>You're wrong.Yin gets the pawn back and White gets in the h1 corner with his King with the black pawn on h5 and the black king on g3.
Nov-29-08  Ladolcevita: Somewhere i saw this name in china chess forum
Jan-20-09  WhiteRook48: great draw!!
Mar-16-09  WhiteRook48: clever for the world
Mar-23-09  OnlyBelieve: Yeah, I hate to say it, but why did they accept the draw? This is one that deserved to be "played to the Kings."
Mar-23-09  AnalyzeThis: Why do you feel this way? Suppose black plays bxa3 followed by Rd3+, picking off the a3 pawn. What does white have?
Mar-25-09  OnlyBelieve: Hmmmm... I see your point. What if white played b3 after bxa3? Then Wouldn't that leave room for a white, kingside pawn march in the end? (Sorry, my endgame skills are terrible. This is just a question).
Dec-27-10  Tigranny: I think the World might've had a chance if they declined the draw.
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