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CLEARANCE - Chess Life Magazine - September 2005 Issue

The September 2005 Issue of Chess Life Magazine provides in-depth coverage of the 2005, won by multiple time winner Dmitry Gurevich. It also covers the very intriguing Man vs. Machine match between super-GM Michael Adams and the playing program Hydra, running on a supercomputer. 2004 FIDE World Champion Rustam Kasimdzhanov also takes on a machine of his own, where his match with the Accoona Toolbar is covered.
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The September 2005 Issue of Chess Life Magazine provides in-depth coverage of the 2005, won by multiple time winner Dmitry Gurevich. It also covers the very intriguing Man vs. Machine match between super-GM Michael Adams and the playing program Hydra, running on a supercomputer. 2004 FIDE World Champion Rustam Kasimdzhanov also takes on a machine of his own, where his match with the Accoona Toolbar is covered.

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ISBN 7252746463109
Publication Date Aug 31, 2005

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