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Frode Elsness vs Kristian Trygstad
Classics GM (2001), Gausdal NOR, rd 5, Apr-19
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch. Bobotsov-Korchnoi-Petrosian Variation (E81)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-05-09  furrer: White countinuing here is very unsportsly IMO.
Jan-26-11
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  wordfunph: controversial game..

IM Frode Elsness has withdrawn from the tournament due to a dispute with the chief arbiter. The game Elsness-Trygstad from the 5th round was declared drawn by the arbiter after Trygstad's flag had fallen, because it presumably was impossible for Elsness to win the position except on time.

Dec-09-11
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  whiteshark: It is said that success has many fathers, and that is certainly true for the <King's Indian Defense: Saemisch. Bobotsov-Korchnoi-Petrosian Variation>
Apr-26-16
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  plang: 12..Nd7 was played first in the game Dreev-Bologan Beijing 2000. After 13 Ne2..c4 14 Bc2 the game was agreed drawn. A few rounds later in the same tournament Dreev improved with 13 Bc2 against Peng and won a nice game (neither game is in this database).

Note that this game can also be classified as a Benoni (A65)

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