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Sergey Karjakin vs Magnus Carlsen
Norway Chess (Blitz) (2013), Stavanger NOR, rd 8, May-07
Philidor Defense: General (C41)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
May-07-13  SirRuthless: Karjakin owned Carlsen. Typical.
May-08-13  dumbgai: I'm not so sure about the "typical" part.

Classical games: Magnus Carlsen beat Sergey Karjakin 2 to 1, with 10 draws. Including rapid/exhibition games: Magnus Carlsen beat Sergey Karjakin 14 to 7, with 14 draws. Only rapid/exhibition games: Magnus Carlsen beat Sergey Karjakin 12 to 6, with 4 draws.

May-08-13  dumbgai: Also, he didn't really own him. Black was better until blundering a piece...
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  anandrulez: Magnus over pressed and lost he had many drawing lines but just wanted to win Qxe3 was the most simplest way to keep the edge
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  anandrulez: Or maybe not but ok he avoided repetition many times
May-08-13  kappertjes: Come on guys, trolling doesn't get more obvious than this.
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  thegoodanarchist: <kappertjes: Come on guys, trolling doesn't get more obvious than this>

Maybe <SirRuthless> just enjoys a spirited debate, even "tongue in cheek", and was only trying to start the conversation.

I give him the benefit of the doubt, because he seems to post like that quite often.

After all, aren't we visiting this site for lively chess discussions?

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