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Fabiano Caruana vs Vladimir Kramnik
YourNextMove Rapid (2016), Leuven BEL, rd 8, Jun-18
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  1-0
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Jun-18-16  Per: Brilliant attack!!
Jun-19-16
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  luzhin: 40.Nf5! is a gorgeous conclusion.
Jun-24-16
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  cro777: GM Arkadij Naiditsch: "A real masterpiece by Caruana, with great tactical blows, sacrifices and a beautiful mate in the very end ... The hero of the game was clearly the a1 rook, which went over a4 to h4 and finally mated the black king on h8!"
Jul-17-16  Ayaend: What a game again by Fabiano Caruana!! Very nice to look this wonderful game ! Well played from both players cause after 35 move Fab found Nh6+ And after the reply on Kf8 a check on the diagonal a3-f8 after black Knight or Bishop on c5 I don't see any winning compensation for White but after some exchange on c5,the amazing Brazilian Fab found the great 40.Nf5!! Finish the game! Congratulations !
Jul-17-16  siggemannen: Damn, that's pretty impressive, especially considering rapid tc.
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