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Dmitry Andreikin vs Magnus Carlsen
Tal Memorial (2013), Moscow RUS, rd 4, Jun-17
English Opening: Symmetrical. Three Knights Variation (A34)  ·  1/2-1/2


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  beenthere240: 8. Ne5! derailing Carlsen and making the subsequent draw easy.
Jun-18-13  ChessYouGood: I hardly think that a grandmaster move in the opening that steers white's game to a draw deserves an exclamation mark...
Jun-18-13  FISCHERboy: Indeed. When you are up against the number 1 chess player in the world, you've got nothing to lose, thus you can play the best game of your life without worrying about defeat.
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  optimal play: <beenthere240> Maybe he could have even tried 8.♗c4 and gone for the win? (Kengis, Edvins (2578) vs Fahnenschmidt, Gerhard (2221) Event: Staufer op 15th Site: Schwaebisch Gmuend Round: 3 Date: 01/03/2003 ECO: A34 Score: 1-0)
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