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Junior (Computer) vs Jeroen Piket
Dortmund Sparkassen (2000), Dortmund GER, rd 8, Jul-15
Modern Defense: Standard Line (B06)  ·  0-1

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Mar-18-05  Karpova: great anti-computer chess!
just watch the junior's play after move 12 - he accomplishes nothing and just moves around his pieces while piket builds up a crushing attack!
Jan-30-06  EmperorAtahualpa: "Modern Defense"? How is this game different from a Robatsch?
Jun-05-07  amateur05: I wonder if Adams and Kramnik studied this game before they were defeated by Hydra and Fritz. I think it would be possible to defeat even Rybka with such a clever strategy.
Jun-05-07  scholes: kamsky had beaten top playchess player , playing this way in 3 minute rapid ! Kamsky is talion here

[Event "ICC 3 1"]
[Site "Internet Chess Club"]
[Date "2007.01.02"]
[Round "-"]
[White "Talion"]
[Black "BigMomma"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "3220"]
[BlackElo "3831"]
[ECO "B21"]
[NIC "SI.48"]
[Opening "Sicilian: Grand Prix attack"]
[TimeControl "180+1"]
[Time "22:07:21"]
[ICCResult "Black checkmated"]

1.e4 c5 2.f4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.d3 Nc6 5.Nbd2 Bd6 6.g3 Nge7 7.Bg2 O-O 8.O-O f6 9.Re1 Qb6 10.Kh1 Bd7 11.b3 Ng6 12.Bb2 Rae8 13.Nf1 d4 14.a4 Na5 15.Bc1 e5 16.f5 Nh8 17.g4 Nf7 18.Ng3 Be7 19.Bd2 Nc6 20.Rg1 Rc8 21.h4 h6 22.Bh3 Qd8 23.Rg2 Nb4 24.Nh5 Rc6 25.Qc1 Be8 26.Qb2 Qc7 27.Rag1 Ra6 28.Qc1 Bd8 29.g5 fxg5 30.Nxg7 Kxg7 31.hxg5 Kh8 32.g6 Ng5 33.Nxg5 hxg5 34.Bxg5 Kg8 35.Rg4 Bf6 36.Bxf6 Rfxf6 37.Rh4 Qg7 38.Rh7 Rad6 39.Rxg7+ Kxg7 40.Bg4 Nc6 41.Rg2 Bxg6 42.fxg6 Rf4 43.Bf5 Rh4+ 44.Rh2 Rxh2+ 45.Kxh2 Rd8 46.Qg5 Rh8+ 47.Kg3 Rh6 48.Kf2 Rh2+ 49.Kg1 Rh6 50.Kf1 a6 51.a5 c4 52.bxc4 Rh8 53.Bd7 Rf8+ 54. Ke2 Rf6 55.Bxc6 Rxc6 56.Qxe5+ Kxg6 57.Qxd4 Kg5 58.Qd7 Rg6 59.Qxb7 Kh6 60. c5 Rg2+ 61.Kd1 Rg1+ 62.Kd2 Rg2+ 63.Kc3 Rg5 64.c6 Kh5 65.c7 Rc5+ 66.Kd2 Kh4 67.c8=Q Rxc8 68.Qxc8 Kg5 69.Qxa6 Kg4 70.Qb7 Kf3 71.a6 Kf4 72.a7 Ke5 73. a8=Q Kf6 74.Qh8+ Kg5 75.Qbg7+ Kf4 76.Qh4+ Kf3 77.Qhg3# 1-0

big momma is rybka on octacore or something better

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