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Magnus Carlsen vs Hikaru Nakamura
Carlsen-Nakamura Chess.com Blitz Battle (2016), chess.com INT, rd 22, Oct-27
Alekhine Defense: Modern. Schmid Variation (B04)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-28-16
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  Sokrates: Who would want the position after the 19th moves against the world champion?
Oct-28-16
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  Eduardo Bermudez: Carlsen-Nakamura: 14 to 1 in classic chess !!
Oct-28-16
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  beenthere240: Blitz and bullet can get kind of silly.
Oct-28-16  SimplicityRichard: My favourite game of the Blitz Match. Naka is steam-rolled in such style that I am beginning to feel that Carlsen is still improving. Carlsen is headed for the 2900 Elo rating. And as I once predicted to a friend, Carlsen will be the first to officially cross 2900 in standard Elo ratings. This guy is something else!! I take my hat off. #
Oct-28-16
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  keypusher: <SimplicityRichard: My favourite game of the Blitz Match. Naka is steam-rolled in such style that I am beginning to feel that Carlsen is still improving. Carlsen is headed for the 2900 Elo rating. And as I once predicted to a friend, Carlsen will be the first to officially cross 2900 in standard Elo ratings. This guy is something else!! I take my hat off. #>

Nakamura makes a mess of the opening and is in serious positional trouble after 8 moves. As a fan of both Carlsen and Alekhine's Defense I am torn by this game. :-)

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