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Subject: Re: The superior Rybka chess knowledge

Author: Francesco Di Tolla

Date: 01:17:59 01/19/06

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>I wouldnt do that. THen c3 is isolated. But I never analysed that game.

well the key of this postion is the trade of one advatage for another: white has
the majority in the center, black on the queen side, it clear that if black
managaes to "stop" white central pawns he can hope to use his queen side pawns.
The error seems 14.e5: one should never play such a move without getting an
immediate advantage.



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