King's gambit - Game 110207

  
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N. Bernal Varela, 2494
A. Wosch, 2454

1-0

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(type : unrated round-robin,   time : 30 days,   increment : 1 day / move)


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Last move : 1-0     2018 September 16   14:8:25


[Event "FICGS__CHESS__KING_SUPERTOURNAMENT__000003"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2018.09.16"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Trigance,Emile"]
[Black "Poliakov,Youri"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "1786"]
[BlackElo "1664"]

1.e4 e5 2.f4 1-0




  ECO code : C30 , the name of the chess opening is displayed below :

King's gambit



Player White won this chess game.






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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)


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