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Shredder (Computer) vs Rybka (Computer)
10th International Computer Tournament (2010), Leiden NED, rd 5, May-29
Dutch Defense: Leningrad Variation (A87)  ·  0-1

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Jun-13-10  iamsheaf: It's simply unbelievable that white can lose this game. For the most part white looked at least equal and then suddenly rybka created a queenside passer and all his pieces come together just in time. Amazing calculation.
Jun-14-10  donehung: No way in hell white should lose this game, give Rybka this endgame and shazam whites winning.
Jun-25-10  beenthere240: Since the white d pawn is stuck, black essentially has a 3-2 advantage on the queenside and with moves 50 and 51 create a passed pawn.

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