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Hikaru Nakamura vs Veselin Topalov
Sinquefield Cup (2016), Saint Louis, MO USA, rd 4, Aug-08
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack (D37)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-08-16  CountryGirl: Interesting! I like games where a player trades queen for rook and minor piece and shows that they are positionally fine. Most of us are too reluctant to let our queen go.
Aug-08-16
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  Robyn Hode: Nakamura said playing Topalov is like playing poker. You don't know if he's bluffing.
Aug-09-16
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  iking: topalov played topnotch chess ... great players just come and go, but this Topalov keeps popping up from down under ...
Aug-09-16
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  beenthere240: No one can complain about this draw.
Aug-09-16  Virgil A: Best game of the tourney so far.
Aug-10-16  Ulhumbrus: If 23...Bxe2 leads to the loss of the a6 pawn one alternative is 23...Rb6 keeping White's knight out of the squares b7 and c6
Aug-10-16
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  4tmac: 16..Bd4! 17. e5 bxc5 18. Qe4?! (g3) Bc3+ 19. Kd1 Nd5 20. Bc4!? Rb8 21. Bxd5 exd5 22. Qf3 Be6 23. Qxc3 Rb1+ 24. Ke2 Rxh1 25. f4 complex
Aug-11-16
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  An Englishman: Good Afternoon: Good hard-fought struggle, both players ultimately proving too good to lose. On moves 13 and 14 White had two opportunities to move the Ne5 away from the Bishop's attack (e.g., 13.Nf3 or 13.Ng4!?). In one line, White gives up castling after 13...Nfd3+; 14.Bxd3,Nxd3+; 15.Ke2. How bad would this have been for Nakamura?
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