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Peter Svidler vs Vassily Ivanchuk
World Championship Candidates (2013), London ENG, rd 13, Mar-31
French Defense: Advance. Euwe Variation (C02)  ·  1-0
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Mar-31-13  John Abraham: Svidler beat Ivanchuk, and Ivachuk beat Carlsen, but Carlsen beat Svidler. So the best chess player in the world is obviously Peter Leko
Mar-31-13  Fish55: Ivanchuk has a special opening prepared for Kramnik. 1.f4 and if 1...e5, 2.g4
Mar-31-13  adrboliveira: <John Abraham> Hilarious!!! :D
Mar-31-13  Just Another Master: Chucky takes another dive tomorrow, Carlsen is gonna have to play great to beat Svidler.
Apr-01-13  morfishine: <John Abraham> Your logic is irrefutable
Apr-01-13
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  Bobby Spassky: Actually Carlson and Kramnik both lost. An amazing April fools joke that was real.
Apr-01-13  RookFile: Svidler keeps getting better and better. He is a great chess professional.
Apr-02-13  bvwp: I like Svidler because he likes cricket so much. Striking that he's done much better than his ranking would suggest (which would have made him seventh out of eight).
Sep-10-14
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  wordfunph: "If I don't play this I will kind of regret it forever."

- Peter Svidler (on 15.Ne5!)

Source: NIC Magazine 2013 #3

Aug-01-17
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  Zhbugnoimt: Svidler's <23.Re1?> could have been answered by <23...Nd6 24.Qxd5 Kd7! 25.Qxa8 Bc6 26.Qxb8 Qf3 27.Qa7+ Nb7 28.Rad1+ Ke7 29.Kf1 Bb5+ 30.Rd3!? Bxd3+ 31.Kg1 Bf5! 32.Re3! Qd1+ 33.Kg2 Qd5+ 34.Kf1!> With a draw
Aug-01-17
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  ChessHigherCat: <Zhbugnoimt> Fantastic! 31...Bf5! is better than 30...Bxd3+ 31. Kg1 Be4 32. Rxe4 Qxe4 because of 33. Qxb6, I suppose.
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