Karsten M?ɬºller on the 1st match game Kramnik-Deep Fritz

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During the Christmas celebration in our chessclub HSK I asked the well-known endgame expert & grandmaster Karsten M?ɬºller whether he would be interested to occasionally & spontaneously contribute to the interesting project Doggers-schaak (about which he had read in one of the German chess magazines!). M?ɬºller is the author of Fundamental Chess Endings and Secrets of Pawn Endings (both together with Frank Lamprecht). Below you find his first contribution: how Kramnik could have beaten Deep Fritz in their first match game.



(The analysis was partly published earlier at Chesscafe.)
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