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Carlsen Play Live Simul Tournament

Magnus Carlsen11/11(+11 -0 =0)[view games]
Soeren Marx0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Jed David Sloan0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Michael Dimitriadis0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Ivet Sala Samarra0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Isaac Wiebe0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Emil Hartveit0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Polina Karelina0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Ben Berkowitz0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Gustav Gudbrandsen0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Andrew Grojean0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]
Vedic Panda0/1(+0 -1 =0)[view games]

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Carlsen vs Vedic Panda  1-031 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulB28 Sicilian, O'Kelly Variation
2. Carlsen vs B Berkowitz  1-025 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulE20 Nimzo-Indian
3. Carlsen vs Ivet Sala Samarra 1-019 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulD06 Queen's Gambit Declined
4. Carlsen vs M Dimitriadis 1-031 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulA15 English
5. Carlsen vs Emil Hartveit 1-019 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulA00 Uncommon Opening
6. Carlsen vs G Gudbrandsen  1-034 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulC03 French, Tarrasch
7. Carlsen vs Soeren Marx  1-025 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
8. Carlsen vs P Karelina 1-039 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulB07 Pirc
9. Carlsen vs Isaac Wiebe 1-059 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulA04 Reti Opening
10. Carlsen vs J Sloan  1-036 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulD34 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
11. Carlsen vs Andrew Grojean 1-021 2016 Carlsen Play Live SimulC88 Ruy Lopez
  REFINE SEARCH:   White wins (1-0) | Black wins (0-1) | Draws (1/2-1/2)  

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  Sokrates: In case anyone would have forgotten about the mountain high difference between amateurs and a world champion.
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  Marmot PFL: Weak amateurs at that, a couple looked almost like beginners.
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  tuttifrutty: See how pampered he really is? Even the apps plays all white. Cheater.:-)
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  PhilFeeley: Did the last guy even show up?
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  HeMateMe: Jed was my dark horse here, to pull an upset. I'm disappointed.
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  PhilFeeley: From the video, Grojean was replaced with 8-year-old Moshe Inoyatov, who also lost but the moves are not reported here.
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  diceman: A brilliant result when you figure he had to hide prep.
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  OhioChessFan: Grojean was clearly hiding prep.
Sep-27-16  WorstPlayerEver: His ways are inimitable.
Oct-07-16  hashtag: #Hillary4Prison2016
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  jnpope: Ah, another account goes on ignore. Stupidity abounds...
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  Pedro Fernandez: <<Sokrates>: In case anyone would have forgotten about the mountain high difference between amateurs and a world champion.> ---
<<Marmot PFL>: Weak amateurs at that, a couple looked almost like beginners> ---
+11-0=0. Good! But this outcome is also probable vs any other 11 ``Amateur chess players''? For instance, here in CG?
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  whiteshark: Simul-related video (48mins)
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