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Zaven Andriasian vs Ian Nepomniachtchi
World Youth Stars (2007), Kirishi RUS, rd 6, May-21
French Defense: Tarrasch. Morozevich Variation (C03)  ·  0-1



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May-22-07  XMarxT3hSpot: Why not protect the a3 pawn?

Btw 15...Kd7 is very original. Dunno if it's actually a good move though...

May-23-07  kellmano: Love this game. Great manouvering from Ian.
May-24-07  sitzkrieg: God bless armenia:P
May-24-07  sitzkrieg: Xmarx, i don't know it either but Fritz already gives a decisive advantage for black long before the pawn falls.
May-24-07  argishti: zaven got crushed. this russian kid is too strong for him. And "sitzkrieg: God bless armenia:P" i dont find that funny at all.
May-24-07  sitzkrieg: No offense intended. But I see it posted a lot more on this site under several games won by armenians. Is it funny then?
Jun-05-07  argishti: ok. i thought u were making fun. i apologize.
Aug-23-09  Billy Ray Valentine: Wow, quite a crazy game...
Is the 15...Kd7 idea fairly unusual or not?
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  vonKrolock: Yes, in the context of driving the ♕ to 'h7' in order to play the rôle of a fianchettoed piece and watching the squares of the diagonal b1-h7 it looks really very original, and also puzzling... Usually such ♔ moves, if not immediatelly forced are linked to a walk into the ♕ side in order to produce something like 'artificial castles'
Sep-17-12  archangelo spumoni: I don't see how Black wins if White plays 41.Bc1
Mar-27-13  ProjectF: wow, nepo game is always confusing and instructive..

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