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Vladimir Akopian vs Teimour Radjabov
European Team Championship (2007), Heraklion GRE, rd 8, Nov-05
Sicilian Defense: Four Knights. Exchange Variation (B45)  ·  0-1

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Nov-06-07  pacelli: Akopian's star is fading. He has failed to fulfill his initial promise as a potential world champion. It is sad, he was the only one who could've beaten Kasparov in a title match till Kramnik came along.
Nov-06-07  Shams: <pacelli><It is sad, he was the only one who could've beaten Kasparov in a title match till Kramnik came along.> I see you have renewed your subscription to Out-of-Your-Ass Monthly
Nov-06-07  argishti: What kind of playing is this?

This game gets wilder and wilder, and Akopian doesnt do much thinking about safety. Big shame, he could have played quietly and made a draw.

Nov-07-07  ahmadov: <This game gets wilder and wilder, and Akopian doesnt do much thinking about safety. Big shame, he could have played quietly and made a draw.> This game is more about Radja's wild playing style than Akopian not thinking about safety...
Dec-14-07  argishti: what about 10.c4?? this move gets white's king in jeoperdy.

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