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Magnus Carlsen vs Sergei Movsesian
European Club Cup (2008), Kallithea GRE, rd 3, Oct-19
Slav Defense: Chameleon Variation (D15)  ·  0-1

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Oct-20-08  randzo: yes my countryfelow rocks
Oct-20-08
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  luzhin: Oops! If 77.Ne8 Rxe8+ wins a piece.
Oct-20-08  Davolni: wow. nice game by Movsesian!!!!

definetely a great achievement to beat Carlsen with blacks and definetely a great year for him!!!

Oct-20-08  sergeidave: Oh, man... Carlsen didn't want to draw. This is just a blunder.
Oct-21-08  Bobsterman3000: Sergei had all the better movses...

Oct-21-08  sergeidave: True, but Carlsen had the draw in his pocket and let it go trying to win or something...
Oct-21-08  Brown: Nice draw by Movsesian. Terrible blunder and loss by Carlsen.
Oct-22-08  aragorn69: Yes, the howler is obviously 7.Kf8+?? (watch out for those patzer checks, Magnus! ;-)), pushing for the win one time too many...
Oct-22-08  percyblakeney: As has been mentioned at other pages, 59. Ng5, followed by various tricky moves, was winning for Carlsen.
Oct-22-08  Augalv: Commentary at http://karjakin.blogspot.com/
Oct-29-08  dycotiles: Carlsen had a better position in this game, shame that he kept pushing in a drawn position at the end ...
Oct-29-08  shaqcosteau: Magnus is much better than that. Pity

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