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Subject: Re: Looking for games WCCC Almeria 1989

Author: enrico carrisco

Date: 14:28:18 01/13/06

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On January 12, 2006 at 12:55:33, Rolf Tueschen wrote:

>well, you're just too deep into it. Typical blindness. You sure were seeking
>1989 Almeria... :)
>(Just a short question from my side to you as the book author for Rybka. What
>does it mean to you if it were true that Rybka played well with almost all
>existing books. What is the special challenge for you there? Just a lay question
>I know but it should show that also such members are interested in actual
>events. What do you think about the importance of book editoring and such?
>Already thanks and all the best.)

It seems quite clear with earlier posts in this thread.  If an engine is of
enough strength that it can make good with almost any book (or opening) then use
this as an advantage and produce an opening book that places the opponents
(perhaps not so efficient as making the best of any opening situation) in very
awkward and poor positions.  (e.g. 1. a3, etc.)



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