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Sahaj Grover vs Wei Yi
World Junior Championship (2013), Kocaeli TUR, rd 10, Sep-23
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Kmoch Variation (E20)  ·  0-1
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Sep-23-13  notyetagm: S Grover vs Wei Yi, 2013

http://wjcc2013.tsf.org.tr/en/compo...

<Wei Yi profited Grover's 11.Vd3 bad move playing <<<Nxe5>>> and won the game.>

Sep-23-13  notyetagm: S Grover vs Wei Yi, 2013

Game Collection: WEI YI'S TACTICAL TERROR Wei Yi profited Grover's 11.Vd3 bad move playing Nxe5 and won the game.

Sep-25-13  Fish55: This was suicidal play by Grover from start to finish. White's track record in this variation is terrible, and it was an especially poor choice again someone with the tactical skills of Wei Yi.
Sep-25-13  notyetagm: S Grover vs Wei Yi, 2013

<Fish55: This was suicidal play by Grover from start to finish. White's track record in this variation is terrible, and it was an especially poor choice again someone with the tactical skills of Wei Yi.>

Yep, leaving your <KING IN THE CENTER> is no way to play against Wei Yi.

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  whiteshark: Beware of China-men bearing gifts...
Jul-03-15  kelu: Another great game today !
6th Hainan Danzhou 2nd Round Wei Yi vs. Bruzon Batista, Lazaro should be in the database !!! Immortal already ?
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