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Nils Grandelius vs Alexander Ipatov
Tata Steel Group B (2013), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 5, Jan-17
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Dragon Variation (B60)  ·  1-0
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Jan-17-13  Kola: What a king march!
Jan-18-13
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  piltdown man: Beautiful stuff! A credit to both players.
Jan-18-13  Harvestman: The computer evaluation of this game was completely even for a very long time, despite the apparent chaos on the board. A well played game from both players.
Jan-18-13
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  DarthStapler: Nice ending
Jan-18-13
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  morfishine: I love it when both players stubbornly pursue their own plans, seemingly oblivious to the other's moves.

Game of the Tournament...so far

Jan-20-13  LoveThatJoker: GOTD: Nine Inch Nils

LTJ

Jan-20-13  Prugno: Very enjoyable game from start to finish.
Jan-20-13  holland oats: Gotta love the courage by both players here. My man Nils Boar found an improbable safety zone for his king!
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