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Rybka (Computer) vs Argonaut (Computer)
IPCCC (2005), Uni-Paderborn, rd 5, Dec-29
Spanish Game: Exchange. Lutikov Variation (C68)  ·  1-0

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Jan-26-06  RandomVisitor: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 bxc6 5. d4 exd4 6. Nxd4 last book move c5 0.32/18
7. Nf3 0.34/18 Bb7 0.34/18
8. Nc3 0.43/18 Nf6 0.43/18
9. O-O 0.43/18 Be7 $16 0.87/18
(♖ybka 1.01 ♗eta 13: 9... d6 10. Re1 Be7 11. e5 dxe5 12. Qxd8+ Rxd8 13. Nxe5 Nd5 14. Nxd5 Bxd5 15. Bf4 g5 $14 0.43/18)

10. e5 0.86/18 Ne4 0.86/18
11. Nd5 0.87/18 d6 1.03/18
12. c4 1.00/18 dxe5 1.22/18
13. Qa4+ 1.09/18 c6 1.25/18
14. Nxe5 1.27/18 Bd6 1.28/18
15. Nxc6 1.31/18 Qd7 1.13/18
16. Re1 1.17/18 f5 1.29/18
17. Nb6 1.28/18 Bxc6 1.29/18
18. Nxd7 1.28/18 Bxa4 1.29/18
19. Nb6 1.31/18 Bc6 1.46/18
20. Nxa8 1.45/18 Bxa8 1.45/18
21. f3 1.48/18 Be5 1.47/18
22. Be3 1.51/18 O-O 1.63/18
23. fxe4 1.62/18 Bxe4 1.59/18
24. Re2 1.61/18 Rb8 1.60/18
25. Rd1 1.62/18 Bxb2 1.63/18
26. Bxc5 1.64/18 Bf6 1.63/18
27. Bd6 1.55/18 Rb7 1.60/18
28. c5 1.51/18 Bc6 1.50/18
29. Bg3 1.41/18 Rb5 $18 2.12/18
(♖ybka 1.01 ♗eta 13: 29... Be7 30. Rc1 Kf7 31. Bd6 Bg5 32. Rce1 g6 33. h3 Rb4 $18 1.41/18)

30. Bf2 2.07/18 Be4 2.31/18
31. Rd6 2.28/18 Bc3 2.89/18
32. Rb6 2.85/18 Ba5 3.27/18
33. Rxb5 3.27/18 axb5 3.27/18
34. Rb2 3.27/18 Bc6 3.34/18
35. Rb3 3.38/18 Bc7 4.32/18
36. Ra3 4.32/18 Be5 4.33/18
37. Ra6 4.33/18 1-0

Jan-28-06  RandomVisitor: Rybka suggests in this analysis that Black made mistakes at move 9 and move 29.
Aug-13-06  spirit: please me new to comp analysis...what does(for example) Bf2 2.07/18 mean.chessmaster does something like -4.70 -4.35 and me dont understand,all me know is me sinking...please explain
Jun-25-08  ChessMaster11000: <spirit> The scoring on computer systems works as follows:

A decimal number is preceeded with either a + or a -. A + means that White is better, a - that Black is. The decimal number tells you how much better White or Black is. For instance, +1.5 means White is better by a Pawn and a half.

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