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Ljubomir Ljubojevic vs Hikaru Nakamura
Rising Stars - Experience (2010), Amsterdam NED, rd 6, Aug-18
Semi-Slav Defense: Meran. Wade Variation Larsen Variation (D47)  ·  0-1

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Aug-18-10  crazybird: <Ljubomir Ljubojevic suffered a painful loss against Hikaru Nakamura. The opening went fine for the Serbian grandmaster, even if his opponent didn’t share his optimism about his chances when they looked at their game in the post-mortem. However, when he exchanged queens ‘Ljubo’ released the pressure he may have had and solved Black’s problems. This was the signal for Nakamura to go for the win and things got worse for Ljubojevic when he went for a rook endgame that was highly unpleasant and soon left him struggling in a lost position. Nakamura converted his advantage on move 63. With this win the American grandmaster moved into second place in the individual rankings (of the Rising Stars team), only half a point behind front-runner Giri.>

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