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ETABETA (Computer) vs Chiron (Computer)
WCCC 2006 (2006), Turin, rd 7, May-30
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation Peresypkin's Sacrifice (B33)  ·  0-1

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Jun-04-06  KholdStare: Did it not see the mate at all?
Jun-04-06  CapablancaFan: ETABETA's processor froze after 18. Qh3.
Dec-07-06  aazqua: It's not always easy to see a mate 1 move away that was set up in an obvious way by the previous move. See Kramnik v Deep Fritz for an example.
Jun-15-07  argishti: How could u miss such a move (MATE) ?? woow.
Apr-22-09  aazqua: It did a get a rook in exchange! Presumably the machine wasn't thrilled with g3 (is there another move to save?) followed by rh4 re1 and either q*p check or b*p with q*p to follow. Even without mate it's tough to like white's position here. a3 is the start of the brain freeze.
Aug-15-14  zakkzheng: Maybe ETAbeta was too into the fact that there was a hanging rook on b4.

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