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Rune Djurhuus vs Vladimir Kramnik
EU-ch U20 (1990), Arnhem NED, rd 10, Dec-31
Czech Defense: General (B07)  ·  1-0

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Mar-05-04  Catholic Bishop: Game 6 from "Draws that should've been", by Kramnik.
Jul-29-05  PawnField: Why Kramnik didnt offer an early draw here???
Jan-09-06  Amoceann: Maybe he did.
Jan-09-06  Gowe: I don't undestand the joke. I don't see here Kramnik playing for a draw. Do you?

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