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Submission + - Rybka solves the King's Gambit chess opening (chessbase.com)

smarq2 writes: "Chessbase reports that chess programmer IM Vasik Rajlich has solved the King's Gambit chess opening with technical means. 3000 processor cores, running for over four months, exhaustively analysed all lines that follow after 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 and came to some extraordinary conclusions."
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Rybka solves the King's Gambit chess opening

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