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Garry Kasparov vs Deep Junior (Computer)
FIDE Man - Machine WC (2003), New York, NY USA, rd 1, Jan-26
Semi-Slav Defense: Stoltz Variation. Shabalov Attack (D45)  ·  1-0

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Dec-22-08  missing kasparov:


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This is last series of suggested moves and a hell of a position for the computer to find itself in. ...22-24 are ...22.Nf4 23. Bxf4 exf4 24.Nf3 Qa4. This is the position.

Dec-22-08  missing kasparov:


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On move 23. Kasparov is taking the trash this is what Deep Junior ran into on move 23.

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After the 27th move Deep Junior has had enough and threw in the computer towel. The computer down but not out. Five years later mankind finds his computer enemy unbeatable with Kasparov retired. What a turn of events. Copyright 12-22-2008 chessgames.com all rights reserved used by permission of missing kasparov.

Dec-22-08  missing kasparov: [Event "FIDE Man-Machine WC"]
[Site "New York USA"]
[Date "2003.01.26"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Garry Kasparov"]
[Black "Deep Junior (Computer)"]
[ECO "D45"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e3 e6 5. Nf3 Nbd7 6. Qc2 Bd6 7. g4 (7. Bd3 dxc4 8. Bxc4 b5 9. Be2 O-O 10. O-O Bb7 11. Bd2 a6 12. a4 Qc7 13. Rac1 h6) 7... dxc4 8. Bxc4 b6 9. e4 e5 10. g5 Nh5 11. Be3 O-O 12. O-O-O Qc7 13. d5 b5 (13... Bb7 14. Qd2 c5 15. Nb5 Qb8 16. Rhg1 a6 17. Nxd6 Qxd6 18. Kb1 b5 19. Be2 g6 20. Ne1 Nf4 21. Bxf4 exf4 22. Nd3 c4 23. Nxf4 Rfe8) 14. dxc6 bxc4 15. Nb5 Qxc6 16. Nxd6 Bb7 17. Qc3 Rae8 18. Nxe8 Rxe8 19. Rhe1 Qb5 (19... Qa4 20. Qc2 Qb5 21. Kb1 Nf8 22. Ka1 Ng6 23. Rc1 Ba6 24. Nd2 Rc8 25. b3 Qd7 26. Nxc4 Bxc4 27. bxc4 Nhf4) 20. Nd2 Rc8 21. Kb1 Nf8 22. Ka1 Ng6 (22... Nf4 23. Bxf4 exf4 24. Nf3 Qa4) 23. Rc1 Ba6 24. b3 cxb3 25. Qxb3 Ra8 26. Qxb5 Bxb5 27. Rc7 1-0

Dec-22-08  missing kasparov: This may cause me to write a book.
Dec-22-08  Riverbeast: <missing kasparov> I think you already have! :-)
Dec-23-08  missing kasparov: Has any books been written with microsoft works word processor???
Dec-23-08  missing kasparov: The World's Next Great Chess Author Got His Start Here. I would like to thank all my fans for the Pulitzer and Chessgames.com
Dec-23-08  missing kasparov: I also want to thank all the pretty girls all the pretty girls around the world the rumpshakers and the homemakers.
Dec-23-08  missing kasparov: Thanks for your thoughts Jesus Christ. Long time no see.
May-04-09  WhiteRook48: how weird
May-21-09  WhiteRook48: 7. g4 was psychological
May-21-09  eric the Baptist: Please do NOT take the name of Jesus Christ in vain. See posting guideline number 1.
Oct-19-09  Kinghunt: What a brilliant game. Kasparov not only wins, but completely crushes Deep Junior in less than 30 moves in an open position in a tactical slugfest. Does anyone know if such a feat has ever been accomplished by anyone else? (Top of the line computer program, open position, and quick win?)
Mar-31-10
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  thegoodanarchist: The computer has lost the exchange in 18 moves! This is an amazing game.
Mar-31-10
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  diceman: <Kinghunt: What a brilliant game. Kasparov not only wins, but completely crushes Deep Junior in less than 30 moves in an open position in a tactical slugfest.>

Well remember, Kasparov had computers
at home to work these things out.
Once a computer cant see or understand something its basically blind.
Im very sure he spent a lot of time with this positon. (in home analysis)

Its not just something thought up at the board.

Jul-12-10  Kinghunt: <diceman: <Kinghunt: What a brilliant game. Kasparov not only wins, but completely crushes Deep Junior in less than 30 moves in an open position in a tactical slugfest.>

Well remember, Kasparov had computers
at home to work these things out.
Once a computer cant see or understand something its basically blind. Im very sure he spent a lot of time with this positon. (in home analysis)

Its not just something thought up at the board.>

All the same, I can't imagine anyone else playing such an aggressive opening against a computer in a serious match (especially not today). Sure, he used a computer to prepare, but he's the one who actually had to convert it. And he did it in the kind of position computers thrive in. That takes serious guts.

Jul-13-10  MaxxLange: Crazy like the fox? Or, crazy like the crazy person?
May-21-11  qqdos: Black for his first 6 moves has adopted a classic Colle System set-up in reverse.
Dec-26-11  The Rocket: As a matter of fact "Deep Junior decides to sacrifice the exchange but it was not forced.

One of the differences with this engine is the material value of the minor pieces seems to be almost equal even vs rooks so it all comes down to the evaluation of the actual positions. This makes it flexible to spot "out of the box" winning plans when sometimes exchange sacs win long term but also results with disasters when it evalutes incorrectly.

Also this was in 2003 this engine is approximately 320 points stronger at these time controlls today

Nov-30-14  yurikvelo: http://pastebin.com/2gQjbCMd

this game multiPV by Stockfish

Nov-19-15  kubbybulin: Jr. Spots kaspy the exchange and 2 knights and then wonders how it could have lost.
Nov-09-20  Mehzinho: This was a great game for me to make a video analysis of.

Whilst analyzing this I was surprised by the sharp choice of Kasparov, and amazed by his flawless play. After 18 moves he was up the quality. He continued to play both illustrative and flawless to bring the win home.

You can see my work on this game here:
https://youtu.be/qKKdfLzQx_w

Nov-09-20  SChesshevsky: This Shirov-Shabalov 7. g4 line has a lot of teeth. Complicated and can be very dangerous for black.

Probably have to be familiar with it if a Semi-Slav defender and good to know as white if facing such a known defender.

Interesting that both Stockfish and AlphaZero apparently both won their matched games as white in this line. Both wins in less than 50 moves.

Dec-27-20  Duncan Leigh: Could someone please put me out of my misery and explain why the computer didn't just play Nxg4 on move 7?
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