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Magnus Carlsen vs Tage Ronnevig Nielsen
XXXI Open NOR Championship (2000), Gausdal NOR, rd 9, Apr-30
English Opening: General (A10)  ·  0-1

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Jan-12-09  chessamateur: The Chessbase database lists the game the same as here. Must be a mistake, surely both couldn't of overlooked Be4.
Nov-23-12
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  Wilson: I can't see what else they might have played. Maybe he's human after all.
Aug-30-13  Kurochi: After 16... Be4+, White can play 17. Bd3 and defend from losing a queen, or am I overlooking something?
Aug-30-13  Shams: <Kurochi> Then 17...Bxd3 and White doesn't even get a piece for the Queen.

Late round game; Carlsen was probably nine years old. It's not impossible they just both missed it.

Aug-02-14  joddon: wow to get a stronger knight would be still hard depending on elo points!!gg.
Jan-02-16  Sergash: In the Chessbase database, this game was played by MORTEN Carlsen.

Also in here : http://www.365chess.com/players/Mor...

Nov-23-18  Christoforus Polacco: Isn't even better 27... d5 instead of 'e5' ?

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