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Nurlan Ibraev vs Shah Hetul
"Baby Got Black" (game of the day Aug-20-12)
7th Parsvnath International Open Chess 2009  ·  Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-06-09  Toadspring: Shah was 9 years old when he won this game against GM Ibraev. That's impressive.
Aug-19-09  Helios727: Ibraev's rating must have taken a big dive after becoming a GM to only be rated 2407.
Oct-03-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  sallom89: Painful !
Aug-20-12  vinidivici: This looks like a master vs an amateur who playing chess just for hobby.
Aug-20-12  vinidivici: Poor Nurlan he was the one who looked like had 1800 rating.
Aug-20-12
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  tpstar: Oh ... My ... God ... ChessGames, look at this pun. It is so big, ugh. It looks like one of those rap guy's girlfriends, you know, ugh, who understands those rap guys? Ugh.

I like big puns and I cannot lie.

Aug-20-12
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  xthred: <tpstar> winner!
Aug-20-12  Zan: I can't make much sense of <17. b3>, but <19. Ne2> is even worse. <19. Ra2> would have been much better. Maybe Ibraev thought he could trap the queen or make up the material loss by chasing it around?
Aug-20-12
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  kevin86: It looks like the white king is trying to hide behind his calvalry not successfully-I might add.
Aug-20-12  Tigranny: Lovely game by Hetul. By the way check out these videos that talk about this game - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggd_... (part 1) and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmdH... (part 2).
Aug-20-12  amateur1971: Super kid!
Aug-21-12  Moszkowski012273: I think it's VERY cool that 24.Bb2 loses to 24...Qxa3!
Jan-02-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  PhilFeeley: Loss to a 9-year-old? Big deal! I've done that, and I'm 57!

Great game though. This looks like one of the best variations of the Spanish for black.

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