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Nd3!? Rh5! Rf4?! No one envies White's position and indeed it might be lost. That said, the best way for White to fight is to try in some measure to improve the role of the Rooks. That cannot happen as long as the e4-Knight lords over the position. b4!? htm (6 of 8) [11/04/2002 8:10:21 PM] Inside Chess by Yasser Seirawan and files for the Rooks. Be4! The presence of the extra pair of minor pieces is too much as White's Rooks are further limited. The e4-Bishop is far to powerful and the game is nearing hopelessness as Black begins to press against the g2pawn...
I want to look at the print-outs. The computer still has generic problems and the way to prove that this was not a single event - that the computer has a great mind, is for Deep Blue to enter competitive chess. " Garry was asked if he was suggesting that IBM had been cheating on him. " Garry about game 6: "The best player in the world cracked down under pressure. Nxe6), I can resign. I didn't feel like playing. I'm human. " Garry won't mind to play another match against Deep Blue but one of the conditions he already stated is: "Only when IBM is not the sponsor.
H5 0-0-0 Just so, the Kingside had suddenly become a bit to dangerous a place to try and hibernate. htm (2 of 5) [12/02/2002 8:29:12 AM] Inside Chess by Yasser Seirawan The first critical position arises. Having won the two Bishops and possessing an extra slice of the center, White should concern himself about containing Black's possible counterplay. Kb1 both deserve attention. Kb1! e3 leads to a position he rated as very favorable. g3? A strategical slip, which lands White in a difficult position.