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Wang Hao vs Ding Liren
Hainan Danzhou GM (2010), Danzhou CHN, rd 5, Jun-15
French Defense: Steinitz. Boleslavsky Variation (C11)  ·  0-1



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Jun-24-10  hellopolgar: revenge game for ding, who lost to wanghao in the recent chinese championship

Wang Hao vs Ding Liren, 2010

Jun-25-10  syracrophy: The perfect prove that the rating is just a "symbolic" number! Ding Liren has defeated players of more than a hundred-rating points ahead of him! You must see his games of the Chinesse Championship 2009 - you'll be astonished of the power and strength hidden behind a (relatively) low rating compared to the others! And of course, he was champion that year. An awesome game!
Jun-25-10  belgradegambit: This is another one of those piece sacs to set up a set of Space Invaders arcade type pawns.
Feb-13-11  Shams: Kingscrusher loves this line too, where black gives a piece for three pawns. Does it have a name?

Of course, that's just the appetizer, here.

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  paavoh: <... rating is just a "symbolic" number ... > In spring of 2018, he may hope this is not so: closing in on 2800, currently at the #4 world ranking.
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