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Ahmed Adly vs Magnus Carlsen
Olympiad (2008), Dresden GER, rd 11, Nov-25
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Schlechter Defense (E52)  ·  0-1

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Nov-25-08
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  tamar: Evening their personal score 1-1
Nov-25-08  hedgeh0g: I was about to say the same thing :P
Nov-25-08  Mulyahnto: Nice engame by Carlsen. I like how he forced white's vulnerable king onto e3 to save his c pawn, and trade for white's b pawn.
Nov-26-08  euripides: Like Capablanca, Carlsen seems to be able to make something out of nothing.
Nov-27-08  roni.chessman: <Like Capablanca, Carlsen seems to be able to make something out of nothing.>

A definitive yes...no doubt. I mean...dang...

Nov-27-08  JuliusCaesar: Yep, Carlsen is a wizard at squeezing something out of (virtually) nothing. In that respect, he's a lot like Fischer and Karpov. A highly unusual, perhaps unique, ability for someone who's not even old enough to vote..
Nov-27-08  acirce: <A highly unusual, perhaps unique, ability for someone who's not even old enough to vote..>

Not that it's an important point, but since Jan 1 this year he IS old enough to vote. ;-)

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