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Komodo (Computer) vs Critter (Computer)
TCEC - Season 6 - Stage 4 (2014),, rd 42, May-17
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Aug-16-14  Everett: Geezus-H-Christmas
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  plang: 9 Nc3 had been played in Lautier-Illescas Pamplona 1999 (White won - not included in this database)
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  TheFocus: Isn't a Komodo a Critter also?
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  HeMateMe: That would be Komono, focus.
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  TheFocus: Why komono?
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  thegoodanarchist: I cannot believe the knight sac draws.
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  thegoodanarchist: OK, forget my previous post. This shi@%&* is whacked out.
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  TheFocus: <HeMateMe> Komodo - dragon

Critter - creature

Dragon - creature

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Nov-04-14  zanzibar: Some people prefer varmints over critters.

Me, I like Critters, enough though 1.6a is getting a little long in the tooth by now.

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  offramp: Really a great game; and the two protagonists don't even know it.

Black plays like Anderssen, but with a more scientific basis.

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