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Alexander Grischuk vs Michael Adams
Calvia Chess Festival (2007), Calvia ESP, rd 1, Oct-20
Queen's Indian Defense: Anti-Queen's Indian System (E17)  ·  1-0

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Oct-28-07  luzhin: 10.h4 is a very dynamic new move.Obviously the Knight on g5 can't be taken--but nor does it threaten anything.My impression is that Adams went on to achieve a satisfactory position.
Oct-28-07
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  Ron: Perhaps this is left over preperation that Grishuk had from the candidates and world championship tournament. Also, I'm glad to see Grishuk playing d4 more oftern.
Oct-28-07  MarvinTsai: No check at all...
Oct-29-07  luzhin: No checks, but the attack crashes through after 45...Rf8 46.h6 fxg6 47.Rxg6
Oct-29-07  kingsindian2006: love seeing grischuk play queens indian
Apr-25-08
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  MarkThornton: I'm no expert on this line, but <17...Nc7> looks solid for Black. If White has an advantageous continuation, then I don't see it.
Apr-26-08
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  MarkThornton: I am confused by moves 12 to 14.

Black chose <12...Bd6> instead of 12...Nb4. White then played <13. Bd2>, which looks like an attempt to prevent 13...Nb4. Black played <13...Nb4> anyway, and White then chose <14. Qb1> instead of 14. Bxb4.

Can anyone explain this sequence to me?

Apr-26-08  euripides: <Mark> I guess 13.Bd2 is mainly a developing move. In some QID lines the bishop can go to c3 and support a fast king's side attack with queenside castling. After <17...Nc7>, 18.Bc3 may be possible immediately as 18...Be5 seems to lose material to 19.d6 and otherwise White is threatening Bxf6; or 18...g6 19.0-0-0 looks reasonably promising for White as if Black tries to hang onto the piece after 19...hxg5 White has 20.hxg5 Nh5 21.g4 Ng7 22.Bf6 Qf8 23.e4 and Qh3 to follow.
Apr-26-08  euripides: ...come to think of it <17...Nc7> 18.Bc3? runs into 18...hxg5 19.hxg5 Ne4 when 20.f3 Bxg3+ looks awful for White.
May-23-13  stanleys: I have submitted the following game many times, but for some reason the CG staff doesn't want it in the database. Here it is with Grishuk calling his 24.Rf1 as "The strongest move I have ever made"!

Grischuk, Alexander - Adams, Michael 1-0
C42 EUCup 18th
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 d6 4. Nf3 Nxe4 5. d4 d5 6. Bd3 Nc6 7. O-O Be7 8. c4 Nb4 9. Be2 O-O 10. Nc3 Bf5 11. a3 Nxc3 12. bxc3 Nc6 13. Re1 Re8 14. Bf4 dxc4 15. Bxc4 Bd6 16. Rxe8+ Qxe8 17. Ng5 Bg6 18. Bxd6 cxd6 19. h4 Qe7 20. Qg4 h6 21. Nh3 Qe4 22. Qg3 Na5 23. Ba2 Qd3 24. Rf1 Qxg3 25. fxg3 Rc8 26. h5 Bd3 27. Bxf7+ Kf8 28. Rf2 Ke7 29. Bd5 Rf8 30. Nf4 Bh7 31. Ba2 Kd7 32. Ne6 Rxf2 33. Kxf2 Bg8 34. Nf8+ Ke8 35. Bxg8 Kxf8 36. Bd5 Ke7 37. Ke3 Kf6 38. Kf4 Nc6 39. Bxc6 bxc6 40. c4 Ke6 41. g4 Kf6 42. g5+ hxg5+ 43. Kg4 1-0

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