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Deep Sjeng (Computer) vs Almond (Computer)
10th International Computer Tournament (2010), Leiden NED, rd 9, May-30
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Jaenisch Variation (C42)  ·  1-0



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Jun-11-10  newton296: ok, I love the way deep plays the open french defense so actively.
Jun-11-10  nummerzwei: A Petrov Reversed!
That's something I've never seen before.
Jun-11-10  randomsac: Petrov? French exchange!
Jun-11-10  acirce: <randomsac> After 5.Ne5 it is a Petroff with colours reversed. Must be the refutation of the French.
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  HeMateMe: Wow, nice tactics. 21. Nf6+ lights it up. Looked pretty ugly for black, but maybe he is ok if he doesn't move his queen to the other side of the board. 20...Q-b5 looks like the losing move.
Jun-16-10  iamsheaf: isn't it supposed to be slightly better for black after 10.Be3. after all this is the mainline of petrov defence. 10..Nxe5 is odd and rarely ever played by white in petrov defence. From 5.Ne2 onwards upto 14 Nc2 is played in the game (with colours reversed, of course)

1-0, Brunello Sabino (ITA) - Saric Ante (CRO), Steinbrunn (Austria), 2005

Jul-03-10  randyjohnson: acirce i don't believe this is a refutation of the Franch because of ...4Bd6!? the usual move in the 4Cf3 French exchange

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