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Vladimir Kramnik vs Mikhail Vitalyevich Ulibin
Chalkidiki (1992), Chalkidiki GRE, rd 9, Sep-??
Bogo-Indian Defense: Nimzowitsch Variation (E11)  ·  1-0


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Feb-23-06  Karpova: Very intersting play!
Kramnik shows how to use the bishop pair and it's nice to see his rooks infiltrating black's kingside.

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  Mateo: Yes, this is a very interesting positional game. I think that Ulibin's last move before the time control was inacurrate, as the Knight on g5 is misplaced. Better seems 40...Nge6 and both Knights are on safer squares. It would have been an harder task for Kramnik to bring White a full point.
Apr-21-12  LoveThatJoker: "47. ?" White to play and win, would make an excellent Friday/Saturday puzzle.


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