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Magnus Carlsen vs Emil Hartveit
Carlsen Play Live Simul (2016), New York USA, rd 3, Sep-22
Van't Kruijs Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0
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Sep-25-16
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  keypusher: More disrespect from the world champion. :-)

Carlsen vs E Hossain, 2016

Sep-25-16
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  moronovich: I once told PHN that 1.e3 is stronger than its reputation.Perhaps he took note:)
Sep-27-16  Mudphudder: 1.e3 is just flat out clowning his opponents. That's why I was so surprised he played it at the Olympiads, but Magnus is a man that can back his words. Hard to call him arrogant when he can/does win regardless of what opening he chooses.
Nov-30-16  mburch1974: I know the concept of not pounding out 1) e4 immediately is almost uncomprehendable to you E4 players out there, but there is hope for some of you yet to come to the darkside. Many solid queens pawn games can come from 1) e3 that are perfectly playable.
Oct-11-18
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  louispaulsen88888888: After move one , he has a French with a move in hand. Plus you immediately get your opponent on his or her own resources. A reasonable choice for a simul, where the goal is not only to win but to entertain a bit.
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