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Alexander Morozevich vs Magnus Carlsen
World Blitz Championship (2009), Moscow RUS, rd 27, Nov-17
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Linares Variation (D20)  ·  1-0


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Nov-17-09  shintaro go: This should be a famous win for some.
Nov-17-09  KamikazeAttack: Good game by Moro.

After the game, I saw the no-eye-contact look on their faces when they shook hands, there may not be any love lost between the 2.

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  tamar: After 12 Qe2+ Kd8 Black was just a sitting duck, and it is hard to make suggestions. Still I was surprised how one-sided it became.

The blank looks might have been game faces <KamikazeAttack> although I don't know. A few seconds later, Carlsen won a model endgame Carlsen vs Svidler, 2009 so he put this one behind him quick.

Nov-17-09  TheMacMan: Carlsen Got crushed in this game, no ifs ands or buts about it just crushed, to me theres no redeeming himself after this game and his poor sportsmanship after he lost against alexandria kosteniuk, slamming the table and walking away not even shaking her hand, he loses fans because of this
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  hedgeh0g: <KamikazeAttack> From what little I know about the players, Carlsen and Morozevich strike me as two of the more amicable ones, although I could be wrong! :)
Nov-18-09  returnoftheking: From what little I know I'd think the opposite..
Mar-12-18  Vitez: You can watch it on YouTube
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