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Baadur Jobava vs Yu Yangyi
"Did a Baad Baad Thing" (game of the day Jan-27-2017)
Tata Steel Group B (2014), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 8, Jan-19
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Classical Variation (A01)  ·  1-0
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Jan-20-14  Fish55: Jobava's opening choice quickly got the game out of the books, after which he easily outplayed Yu.
Apr-28-16  billyhan: <Fish55> Nah, he never even played me, but he did well here against Yangyi.
Apr-28-16  Kettalchess: 17..Rfd8?? ( 17..Ba3 !)
Jan-27-17
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  offramp: Sweet Jobava Baadur's Song.
Jan-27-17  JohnBoy: I don't know, <Kettal>. It looks like 17...Ba3 18.Rg5 Bb2 19.Qb2 Ne8 20.Rdg1 is not so fun for black.
Jan-27-17  posoo: now dis, DIS is a CRAZEY missed oportunitois for da PON

HOW can it not be

YU did a bad thing?!?!?!?

Jan-27-17  catlover: <posoo> Nice pon...er, I mean pun.

For English speakers, Yu's name sure lends itself to a lot of word plays.

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