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Anish Giri vs Dmitry Andreikin
Tata Steel (2017), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 4, Jan-17
Scotch Game: General (C45)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-17-17
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  Stonehenge: Was white in time trouble? 37. e5 seems rather strong.
Jan-17-17
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  Marmot PFL: At move 37 it was hard to believe that the game would be drawn in only 4 more moves, but white found a way.
Jan-17-17
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  notyetagm: A Giri vs D Andreikin, 2017

<Stonehenge: Was white in time trouble? 37. e5 seems rather strong.>

That was winning (6.74 ), in fact.

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<6.74 White is winning Stockfish 7 64 POPCNT | Cloud | Depth: 20

<6.74 37. e5> Qd8 38. Qg7+ Ke7 39. exd6+ Qxd6 40. Re2+ Qe6 41. Rxe6+ Kxe6 42. Qxh7 Kf6 43. Qh6+ Ke7 44. Qxf4 Rb5 45. Qc7+ Kf8 46. Qd6+ Kg7 47. Qd4+ Kf8 48. Kg3 Rh5 49. Qb4+ Kg7 50. Qg4+ Kh6 51. Qg8 f6 52. Qf7

0.96 37. Rc2 Qd8 38. Qxf4 Rb3 39. Kg3 Rb1 40. Qh6+ Ke7 41. Qg5+ Ke8 42. Qg8+ Ke7 43. Qxh7 Qa5 44. Qh8 Rg1+ 45. Kh3 Qb6 46. Rc8 Rh1+ 47. Kg4 Qg1+ 48. Kf5 Qg6+ 49. Kf4 Qf6+ 50. Ke3 Qxh8 51. Rxh8

0.70 37. Qg7+ Ke7 38. e5 d5 39. Qxh7 Qb1 40. Qh6 Rb2 41. Qd6+ Ke8 42. Qc6+ Ke7 43. Qf6+ Ke8 44. Qxf4 Rxg2+ 45. Kxg2 Qd1 46. Qf5 d4 47. Kg3 Qg1+ 48. Kf4 Qe3+ 49. Kg4 d3 50. Qc8+ Ke7 51. Qc7+ Kf8 52. Qd6+ Kg7>

Jan-17-17
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  Amulet: I came to know the breaking news of the hour, that Giri, again made a brilliant job of methodically converting his huge advantage to a magnificent drawn game!

Unbelievable!

Jan-18-17  SimplicityRichard: Too much caution from Giri is not winning him won games.#
Jan-18-17  5hrsolver: According to Chessbomb Giri had only 2 minutes on his clock before the 37th move. He had to make 4 moves in two minutes. Andreikin had 6 minutes at that point.
Jan-18-17
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  WorstPlayerEver: Carlsen does not miss such crushers. That's the difference.
Jan-18-17
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  OhioChessFan: Giri should have seen that in blitz, much less with 2 minutes left.
Jan-18-17  dumbgai: Giri was a beast when he emerged as a top junior player several years ago. Now he's the one-stop shop for draw-related jokes like Leko used to be.
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