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Pavel Eljanov vs Peter Svidler
4th FIDE Grand Prix (2009), Nalchik RUS, rd 6, Apr-21
Gruenfeld Defense: Three Knights Variation. Petrosian System (D91)  ·  0-1

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Apr-21-09  apple pi: Wow- black's rook pins two of white's minor pieces in the middle of the board - I have never seen anything like this in the middle game before!
Apr-22-09  schroedingers cat: i like the way svidler plalys this opening.
Apr-22-09  DCP23: <Svidler conducted the converting stage perfectly.> Shipov
May-10-09
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  Mateo: After his loss to Alekseev, Eljanov blundered again against Svidler. 21.Ne4? was a miscalculation.
Jul-18-09  talfan: "Svidler conducted the converting stage perfectly."

I think that was underrating his achievement in this game. To me, it was above perfection after 21.Bxd4!!

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