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Etienne Bacrot vs Luke McShane
Wch U10 (1992), Duisburg GER, rd 3, Jul-??
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Normal Defense (E81)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-05-08
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  hedgeh0g: Quite a funny game. The position at the end is great! White's pawn will promote and all of his firepower is huddled around the Black king, but Black will mate next move with two knights and a rook!
Dec-30-09  SicilianPoweR: 40. Bb3...
Dec-30-09
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  Sastre: If 40.Bb3 then 40...Nd3#.
Dec-16-10
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  rodchuck: According to the biography, Luke McShane was born in 1984. This makes him 8 years old at the given time of this game 1992. Some performance from an 8-year-old!
Apr-29-11
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  SuperPatzer77: <rodchuck> Yes, Luke McShane of England was 8 years old. Etienne Bacrot of France was 9 years old. Etienne was born in 1983.

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May-13-13
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  wordfunph: "I beat him. I was lucky. I should probably have lost, but I came up with a neat swindle."

- Luke McShane

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