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Dusko Pavasovic vs Magnus Carlsen
Corus Group C (2004), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 9, Jan-20
Scotch Game: Mieses Variation (C45)  ·  1-0
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Aug-11-06  suenteus po 147: Kid Carlsen outplayed in the endgame. I wonder if we will see many more games like this one in Magnus's future?
Oct-05-07
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  blazerdoodle: Where could Carlsen have saved the game? It seems that once he was a pawn down, he was at a disadvantage for a long time.
Oct-05-07
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  euripides: Perhaps 31...Rd2 offers better chances ?
Sep-16-08  jovack: Good game by Dusko.
A lot of Yugoslavs I've played like playing wacky openings to try and throw your game off... I guess that was the case here.
Apr-24-12  MarkFinan: I think it was a bit cheeky of Carlsen to play on in the last 10-15 moves. He, more than anyone knew it was a lost cause. And just technique to promote one of those pawn's... Unless White was in bad time trouble?
Nov-06-16
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  perfidious: <suenteus po 147: Kid Carlsen outplayed in the endgame. I wonder if we will see many more games like this one in Magnus's future?>

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