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V. Nemchenko, 2352
C. McGee, 2000

0-1

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Last move : 0-1     2018 June 2   0:45:32


[Event "FICGS__CHESS__KING_SUPERTOURNAMENT__000002"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2018.05.01"]
[Round "1"]
[White "MacGregor,Steven"]
[Black "Foster,Duncan"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "1149"]
[BlackElo "1729"]

1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 0-1

This chess game has been lost on time   (started : 2018.05.01  22:10:15)






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He who takes the Queen's Knight's Pawn will sleep in the streets. (Anonymous)

Wenn Du absolut nicht mehr weißt, was Du tun sollst, dann ist es Zeit für Panik. (John van der Wiel)

Hoy en día, si tu no eres un Gran Maestro a los 14 años, es mejor que lo olvides. (Anand Viswanathan)

Il n'y a pas eu de défaite parce que je ne crois pas que cet ordinateur ait jamais existé. IBM a triché en refusant d'imprimer les modes de recherche de la machine. C'est évident, pendant le match, des coups décisifs ont été joués par des êtres humains. Aujourd'hui, les meilleurs spécialistes en informatique ne peuvent toujours pas expliquer comment Deep-Blue a pu jouer contre la logique des ordinateurs. IBM a gagné une guerre de communication, mais ils sont incapables de prouver que l'ordinateur a gagné tout seul. (Garry Kasparov)


Bobby never cared about money, though. His only desire was to prove that his choices were correct: He wanted chess to be important because he was a chess player, and he wanted to be important. Bobby knew money was important, but he didn't have a clue why, outside of clothes and status. The only way he could accomplish what he wanted was to fight for a lot of money. Once he got it, he gave it away. He did not know how to spend it. And once he'd become champion, after, essentially, sacrificing his life for it, he didn't know how to spend his time. (Bob Wade)








 

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