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Dieter Gutsche vs Stephen L Jones
ICCF - corr (2000) (correspondence)
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Jaenisch Variation (C42)  ·  1-0

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Sep-21-08  computer chess guy: White was comfortably ahead anyway, but 24. ♘xf6!! is decisive. This is a hard move even for computers.
Sep-22-08
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  whiteshark: <computer chess guy: ... <This is a hard move even for computers.>> Really?


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24.♘xf6

Sep-22-08  computer chess guy: Rybka finds this pretty rapidly but other engines take a lot longer. Computers are relatively slow on this because the loss of material is immediate but the compensation is some moves out, and the intervening moves are not forced. Also other moves such as an immediate ♖g3 are reasonable.

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