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Subject: Re: exclusive reporting without Hydra

Author: Jeroen Noomen

Date: 11:00:27 10/28/97

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On October 28, 1997 at 12:33:52, Chris Whittington wrote:

>
>When I saw it before the tournament it was zipping along at 200 knps.
>This is double what Nimzo does on a P6 200 in my office.
>
>On the playing screen was not the name Hydra, but the name Nimzo. Do you
>think the team is divided ?   :)
>
>Chrilly made a special case of pointing out this name to me, and he
>marks his PGN output Nimzo 98. Something strange going on ?
>
>Chris Whittington
>
>>
I have no idea... Maybe this is a new strategy to avoid opening
preparation
by the opponent? If the opponent sees Hydra, he might think 'never heard
of, let's play normal openings'. So Chrilly is very cleverly avoiding
killer lines by his opponents!

But I fear Chrilly's brainchild is punishing him for changing names,
everyone expected more than 0,5 out of three....

Jeroen



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