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Joshua Waitzkin vs Larry Christiansen
Chicago Op (1998)
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Feb-20-06
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  TheAlchemist: As Josh describes it in the CM series, this was a last round game and both needed to win to tie for first place.
Feb-26-06  Knight13: And Josh pointed out that Christiansen was a powerful analyzer and beating him would be difficult. Well... I don't see any difficulty...
Feb-26-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheAlchemist: <THE pawn> In the first one you posted Christiansen outplayed the machine only to blunder it away. He won one game in the match, lost two and drew one.
Feb-26-06  THE pawn: What are you talking about, I didn't post anything here.

LOL.
Chessmaster vs Christiansen, 2002
Christiansen vs Chessmaster, 2002

Feb-26-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheAlchemist: This only demonstrates my precognitive powers.
Mar-27-08  7Heaven: hey,everybody here has the Chessmaster series?
Dec-27-08  Hector Maluy: I have Chessmaster Grandmaster Edition.
Josh Waitzkin is a good chesscoach, I like the way he explains his games. This is a great game.

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