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Diep (Computer) vs Crafty (Computer)
WCCC 2006 (2006), Turin, rd 8, May-30
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  0-1

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Jun-10-06  MarvinTsai: OMG, if crafty played 30..b2 confidently, 20 ply ahead must be calcaulated! Just amazing, omputer tactic. Seems that we can trust crafty's tactical skill! BTW, chessmaster 10 can only run at most 13 ply in 3 minutes, on my own computer. A little bit jealous of CG staff...
Dec-29-06  Grega: Magnificent.
Dec-29-06  slomarko: 42...b1B+ ? who says that computers dont have the sense for humor :)
May-30-07  engineerX: Most impressive is the opening play from Black. When the pawn sacrifice 11...Nc6 was played, 15...Nf5!! was already in its plans.

This was part of Crafty's opening book, so credit goes to the book authors and not the engine itself.

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