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Vladimir Malakhov vs Vassily Ivanchuk
FIDE World Cup-A (2002), Hyderabad, rd 5, Oct-05
Slav Defense: Exchange. Trifunovic Variation (D14)  ·  1-0


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Feb-08-07  wydrukowac: I have just read that Ivanchuk wanted to loose this game, because he wanted to punish Macieja. Have you heard about situations like this?
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  hedgeh0g: Doesn't really sound like something Ivanchuk would do, to be honest. To him, chess is chess.
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  profK: 18...Qb7 seems to hold uo a lot better than conceding the rook pawn and the game.
Oct-24-18  Saniyat24: seems like Ivanchuk was in a hurry to trade off the pieces, meanwhile the active White King made the difference...
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