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Default Novag Star Sapphire Vs. Rybka

[Event "Computer chess game, hosted by arena"]
[Date "2007.04.05"]
[Round "?"]
[White "novag star sapphire"]
[Black "Rybka v1.0 Beta.w32, 1.6ghz amd"]
[Result "0-1"]
[BlackElo ""]
[Time "09:38:18"]
[WhiteElo ""]
[TimeControl "40 moves in 150 minutes"]
[Termination "normal"]
[PlyCount "68"]
[WhiteType "human"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 e5 5. Nb5 d6 6. c4 Be7 7. N1c3
a6 8.
Na3 f5 9. exf5 Bxf5 10. Bd3 Be6 11. Qh5 Bf7 {(Be6f7 Qh5h3 Ng8f6 00
Nc6d4
f2f4 Qd8b6 Nc3a4 Qb6b4 Na4c3) +0.01/16 242} 12. Qh3 Nf6 {(Ng8f6 00
Nc6d4
f2f4 Qd8b6 Nc3a4 Qb6b4 Na4c3 Bf7e6 f4f5) +0.02/15 170} 13. O-O Nd4
{(Nc6d4
f2f4 Qd8b6 Kg1h1 Bf7e6 f4f5 Be6f7 Qh3g3 00 Ra1b1) +0.01/15 493} 14.
Re1 Be6
{(Bf7e6 Qh3e3 Nf6g4 Qe3d2 00 Re1f1 Ng4f6 Qd2d1 Ra8c8 f2f4) +0.31/15
159}
15. Qh4 Ng4 {(Nf6g4 Qh4h5+ Ke8d7 Bd3e4 g7g6 Qh5h3 Ng4xf2 Qh3e3 Be7h4
Qe3h6)
+1.05/15 242} 16. Qh5 Kd7 {(Ke8d7 Nc3e4 g7g6 Qh5h3 Be7h4 Re1f1 Bh4xf2+
Ne4xf2 Ng4xf2 Qh3g3) +1.00/15 188} 17. Be2 g6 {(g7g6 Qh5h3 Ng4xf2
Qh3e3
Rh8f8 Nc3e4 Nf2xe4 Qe3xe4 Qd8b6 Bc1e3) +1.45/15 185} 18. Qh3 Nxf2
{(Ng4xf2
Qh3e3 Rh8f8 Nc3d5 Be7h4 Bc1d2 Ra8c8 Bd2c3 Be6xd5 c4xd5) +1.81/14 92}
19.
Qe3 Rf8 {(Rh8f8 Re1f1 Be7h4 Be2f3 Nd4xf3+ g2xf3 Qd8g5+ Qe3xg5 Nf2h3+
Kg1g2)
+1.84/14 308} 20. Rf1 Bh4 {(Be7h4 Be2f3 Nf2g4 Qe3e4 Qd8b6 c4c5 Nd4xf3+
g2xf3 Qb6xc5+ Kg1g2) +1.71/15 338} 21. c5 Rf5 {(Rf8f5 Na3c4 Bh4g5
Nc4b6+
Qd8xb6 c5xb6 Bg5xe3 Bc1xe3 Nd4xe2+ Nc3xe2) +2.48/13 301} 22. cxd6 Qb6
{(Qd8b6 Nc3a4 Qb6a7 h2h3 Bh4g5 Rf1xf2 Bg5xe3 Bc1xe3 Rf5xf2 Kg1xf2)
+4.49/14
234} 23. Na4 Qa7 {(Qb6a7 h2h3 Bh4g5 Rf1xf2 Bg5xe3 Bc1xe3 b7b5 Ra1c1
Rf5xf2
Kg1xf2) +5.17/14 384} 24. Bd2 Raf8 {(Ra8f8 Na3b5 a6xb5 Be2xb5+ Kd7d8
Rf1c1
Be6d5 d6d7 Nf2h3+ Qe3xh3) +5.85/13 281} 25. b4 Bg5 {(Bh4g5 Rf1xf2
Rf5xf2
Kg1h1 Bg5xe3 Bd2xe3) +12.14/12 278} 26. Rxf2 Rxf2 {(Rf5xf2 Kg1h1)
+M384/13
235} 27. Nc5 Qxc5 {(Qa7xc5 b4xc5 Bg5xe3) +M384/7 0} 28. bxc5 Bxe3
{(Bg5xe3)
+M384/5 0} 29. c6 bxc6 {(b7xc6 Kg1h1 Nd4xe2) +M384/5 0} 30. Bxe3 Nxe2
31.
Kh1 Bd5 32. Rg1 Rxg2 33. Rxg2 Rf1 34. Bg1 Rxg1 {Mate} 0-1

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