Cemoblanca: [Comments by GM Simen Agdestein] >>>
6...cxd4 The simplest. [After 6...e6 White has the possibility c3-c4.]
8...Bb4 It is also completely normal to retreat the queen to either d6, d8 or a5.
11...Nf6 [11...Qxc3 12.Rb1 looks dangerous but is not completely clear.]
13...Qc7 [Now 13...Qxc3 doesn't work because of 14.Bb2 and the queen is trapped.]
18.Rc5 White must play actively with the rook in order not to stand worse.
21...Rbc8 A clear solution to the situation, but one that demands precise calculation.
24.Bd2 [After 24.Bxa6 Nf5 White's pieces are hopelessly placed.]
26...Re8 The end of a long variation.
33.Rc4 The position is dead drawn.
Also tournament organiser Hans Olav Lahlum could exhale in relief after this. He had been worried before the event that the bar had been placed too high, but afterwards he was nothing but smiles. 'I will never again be afraid to invite him to tournaments - there is just one Magnus and he perfectly illustrates my motto - never underestimate children!' ;0)