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Michael Adams vs Peter Leko
FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005), San Luis ARG, rd 13, Oct-13
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. General (B30)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-13-05  rslpy1: just playing for draw
Oct-13-05  csmath: This is the first time I see two grandmasters playing anti-computer chess against each other! Comedy. :)

Everything for a draw. Well, this really isn't anything more.

Oct-13-05  John Abraham: This is a great defense from Leko.
Oct-13-05  csmath: The kick is he wasn't attacked. Maybe he didn't notice. :-))
Oct-13-05  Queens Gambit: This is Drewko.....
Oct-14-05  KarpowBG: A great game which shows that chess is not only home prepared 30 moves variants!!!
Oct-14-05  Ulhumbrus: Instead of 14 a4, 14 f4 takes the initiative on the f file.However it may fail to give enough after 14...exf4 15 Nxf4 Nxf4! 16 Qxf4 Bxc4 17 dxc4.
Dec-12-05  babakova: I think Leko thought; if he plays something theoretical,Ill be prepared...If he plays something nontheoretical Ill be at least equal and should not lose.
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Round 13: Adams 5, Leko 5 1/2
from 2005 FIDE World Chess Championship by Penguincw
Round 13, Game 2
from WCC Index [FIDE 2005 World Championship] by iron maiden


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