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Pavel Eljanov vs Alexander Grischuk
FIDE Grand Prix Geneva (2017), Geneva SUI, rd 5, Jul-10
English Opening: King's English. Four Knights Variation Fianchetto Lines (A29)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-10-17
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  ChemMac: 38. Ba3 loses too. 38....NdXf2 39.RXf2 NXf2 40.KXf2 Rd7+ 41.Kg1 QXg3 $2 Qf1 Rcc2
Jul-10-17
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  Boomie: -}

19. e3 is such an awful move that after 21...Ba6, white should give up the exchange with 22. d4. This keeps the knight out of d3 where it's worth more than a rook. After 22...Bxf1, 23. Bxf1 improves the bishop's scope. White has good play on the c-file and may be able to hold.


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Jul-11-17
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  mycroft2120: Just a beautiful domination game by Gris. Instructive centralization and use of outposts. I especially like how he made arrangements for b6 to be over-protected without losing the initiative.
Jul-17-17
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  malt: Not an attractive move to make 22.Nc1,good game by Grischuk, 29...N:f2, looked stronger
Jul-23-17
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  HeMateMe: Knights beat Bishops, here. White let his position get completely blocked.
Jul-24-17  Xeroxx: Bishops are people.
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