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Fritz (Computer) vs Shredder (Computer)
World Computer Chess Championship (2004), Ramat-Gan ISR, rd 6, Jul-08
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen. Classical Variation (B84)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jul-14-04  rochade18: Let two machines fight and there will only be a draw...

...if two Kings are left.
...if it is perpetual check or perpetual threat like in this game. ...if they are very human!!

Jan-20-05  r7justin: DF/F v. S games ... only white wins on record?!?
Jan-20-05  r7justin: Shredder tops Fritz in overall record, but with quick glance, fritz is very poor with the black pieces - shredder seems to handle them better statistically.
Sep-03-09  A.G.T.HUTAHAYAN: Shredder vs Fritz WCCC 2004 draw by three time repetion not rule by two players but it's rule of chess game!!!.

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