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Wang Yue vs Alexander Grischuk
Linares (2009), Linares ESP, rd 9, Mar-01
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Alekhine Defense. Haberditz Variation (D22)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-01-09
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  Eyal: All the Q-side pawns have disappeared now.
Mar-01-09  arkansaw: drawn! I get to rest early tonight :)
Mar-01-09  furrer: <arkanzaw> nahh - a new game please! (chucky - radjabov)
Mar-01-09  suenteus po 147: <Davolni: <suentos> it's not about "my boy" or "your girl"...... my point was I'd rather watch a Carlsen game, or a Ivanchuk game, then Grischuk vs Wang Yue...

may be i'm just simply not familiar with cg "policies"......> My apologies for the "your boy" comment. It was rude, and I should not have written that. I'm sorry.

Mar-01-09  Pawn Ambush: "Ya gotta force moves and take chances"- bobby Fischer
Mar-01-09
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: It would appear that the GMs agreed with me. A delusional notion, of course, but flattering.
Mar-01-09
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  Eyal: Wang Yue should be disappointed; he got absolutely nothing with White here.
Mar-01-09
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  chessgames.com: What game would you all like to see next?
Mar-01-09  Davolni: <suenteus> no problem! it's all cool

;)

Mar-01-09
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  Calli: Tal would have played 12.Ne5. No dancing today! :-{

Mar-01-09
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  Eyal: there are only two left... Ivanchuk - Radjabov seems the more interesting.
Mar-01-09  furrer: Ivanchuk - Radjabov! Its gonna be a time-scramble.
Mar-01-09  jon01: Ivanchuk-Radjabov seems to be interesting.
Mar-01-09  suenteus po 147: <chessgames.com> I vote for Dominguez-Carlsen
Mar-01-09  benjinathan: We could see Anand...oops it is a draw. We could see carlsen...oops it is virtually a draw. How about Invanchuck and Temour?
Mar-01-09  Ybrevo: Nothing much positive to take from this game - actually a reminder of how dull these QGA games can be. But Grischuk is probably not too annoyed by the result.
Mar-01-09  YoGoSuN: i think ivanchuk vs. radjabov is unanimous
Mar-01-09
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  Sneaky: What game next? Of course that would be Carlsen, always.
Mar-01-09
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  scolley: Ivanchuk vs. Radjabov please
Mar-01-09  Marmot PFL: 2 games left both somewhat interesting.
Mar-01-09
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  whiteshark: I put Wang Yue on ignore now.
Mar-01-09
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  Ladolcevita: wow...what a stunning game.....
anyway,got to go to bed after a glance at Linares~~~
Mar-01-09  Ulhumbrus: One way to gain the advantage is 13 Ne5 0-0 14 Nc6 gaining the bishop pair. 11 0-0 or 11 Ba3 instead of 11 Bb5+ may also lead to an advantage.

It may be that the game is most interesting but that the points of inrerest appear only in the notes. For example, if Wang Yue appeared to take a long time over plausible moves, he may have made those plausible moves after long and agonized deliberations, deliberations which would make fascinating reading were he to publish them.

Mar-01-09
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  acirce: <(PROJECTED) PAYOUT

Linares: Winner : Grischuk

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Mar-01-09
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  wordfunph: haha..a draw! i won..
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