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Judit Polgar vs Magnus Carlsen
Arctic Securities Chess Stars (2010) (rapid), Kristiansund NOR, rd 1, Aug-28
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation Berlin Wall Defense (C67)  ·  0-1



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Aug-28-10  Manoloo: Agression combated with agression
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  Jambow: Pretty sure those pawns were going for it sooner or later.
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  Jambow: I see Capablanca.
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  tpstar: I'm too sexy for my shirt (1. e4 e5), too sexy for my shirt (2. Nf3 Nc6), so sexy it hurts (3. Bb5 Nf6)/And I'm too sexy for Milan (4. 0-0 Nxe4), too sexy for Milan (5. d4 Nd6), New York (6. Bxc6 dxc6), and Japan (7. dxe5 Nf5)/And I'm too sexy for your party (8. Qxd8+ Kxd8), too sexy for your party (9. Nc3 Ke8), no way I'm disco dancing! (10. h3 b6)/I'm a model [last book move], you know what I mean (11. Rd1 Bb7), and I do my little turn on the catwalk (12. Bf4 Rc8)/Yeah on the catwalk (13. a4 Ne7), on the catwalk yeah (14. a5 c5), I do my little turn on the catwalk (15. Nb5)/I'm too sexy for my car [15. Ng5!? Ng6 16. Bg3 ], too sexy for my car (15 ... a6), too sexy by far (16. Nd6+ cxd6) [ ]/And I'm too sexy for my hat [16. Nc3!? ], too sexy for my hat (17. exd6 Nd5), what you think about that (18. c4)/I'm a model [18. d7+!? and White can hope to live Kxd7 19. c4 ], you know what I mean (18 ... Nxf4) [ ], and I do my little turn on the catwalk (19. d7+ Kd8)/Yeah on the catwalk (20. Ne5 Be7), on the catwalk yeah (21. axb6 Ne2+), I shake my little tush on the catwalk (22. Kf1 Nd4)/I'm too sexy for my (23. dxc8Q+ Kxc8), too sexy for my (24. b4?), too sexy for my ... [24. Re1 Rf8 25. Ng6 fxg6 26. Rxe7 ]/I'm a model (24 ... f6) [ ], you know what I mean (25. Nd3 cxb4), and I do my little turn on the catwalk (26. c5 Nc6)/Yeah on the catwalk (27. Rac1 Rd8), on the catwalk yeah (28. Ke1 Rd5), I shake my little tush on the catwalk (29. Rc4 a5)/I'm too sexy for my cat (30. Re4 Ne5), too sexy for my cat (31. Ke2 Rxd3), poor pussy (32. Rxe5 Rxd1), poor pussy cat (33. Rxe7 Rd7)/I'm too sexy for my love (34. Re8+ Rd8), too sexy for my love (35. Re7), love's going to leave me [35. Rxd8+ otherwise it's curtains at once Kxd8 36. Kd3 ]/And I'm too sexy for my bra (35 ... b3 0-1) - Right Said Fred + Fritz 7, "I'm Too Sexy"

Modeling, eh. So he is, um, you know, whatever. ;>D

Aug-30-10  shakespeare: 23.b4 leaves carlsen lucky with two passed pawns and a won game

he only needs to exchange a few peaces to avoid any danger for the pawns and cut off the king with the rook

a Rybka analysis gives 1,23 - almost a decicive advantage at move 14 for white. Nb5 and Nd6 gives away everything

Nov-23-10  Fezzik: 15.ab6!! Is the major improvement that Shakespeare hinted at.

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