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Crafty (Computer) vs FIBChess (Computer)
World Computer Chess Championship (2004), Ramat-Gan ISR, rd 6, Jul-08
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Normal Variation (D21)  ·  1-0



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Nov-14-05  Averageguy: Great game!
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  chancho: I have to agree.
Feb-25-06  Bobsterman3000: Are you sure this is a great game? I think that 4...be6 is a horrible blunder by black that gives crafty alot of initiative.

Can black every really get away with protecting that extra pawn with the light-squared bishop in the QGA? Seems like an amateurish move to me...

Apr-07-08  mindkontrolle: terrible game, rubbish
Apr-07-08  mistreaver: <Are you sure this is a great game? I think that 4...be6 is a horrible blunder by black that gives crafty alot of initiative.> Yes i think i have to agree because i have tryed it plenty of times just to see if it does some good but i was crushed because i wasn't able to develop my king bishop properly
Dec-24-08  Crowaholic: <4...be6 is a horrible blunder by black that gives crafty alot of initiative> FIBChess' record on this site is +1 -20 =0. The single win was against ETABETA, whose record is +0 -10 =0.

I think that says it all. :-D

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