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Rybka (Computer) vs Loop (Computer)
CCT9 (2007), Internet Chess Club, Feb-17
King's Indian Defense: Accelerated Averbakh Variation (E70)  ·  1-0

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Aug-17-07  dabearsrock1010: i love Be3 which sets up the queenside punishment in the most subtle of ways
Aug-17-07  geraldo8187: why in the world did the computer play out this ending? rybka's not just going to blunder a rook up
Aug-20-07
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  Ron: A great attacking game by Rybka, and its opponent here is not a slouch. Rybka offers a pawn by 19 b4!. After 19. ... cxb4 20. Nb5! , Loop would be mated if it had played 20. ... axb5: 21. Bb6 Nh4+ 22. gxh4 Kb8 23. Rha1 gxh4 24. Ra8 mate
Jul-06-08  computer chess guy: Shredder suggests 20 .. exd5 21. ♘xd6+ ♔c7 22. cxd5 ♗xh3+ 23. ♖xh3 ♖xd6 as a better alternative for Black.

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