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Fabiano Caruana vs Pavel Eljanov
Russian Team Championship (2011), Olginka RUS, rd 2, Apr-13
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Berlin Wall J. Rogers Line (C67)  ·  1-0

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Apr-23-11  hellopolgar: not only this is a win against the Berlin Wall, it is a pretty win too.
Apr-28-11  NMWillStewart: I covered this game, check it out here:

http://youtu.be/kbnHhIdRyJo

For my full coverage of the Russian Team Championships, (including 7 videos). Please check out my following post here:

http://www.onlinechesslessons.net/2...

Caruana opens with a Ruy Lopez, and Eljanov takes the game into a Berlin Defense. Eljanov attempted to lift his queenside rook to the 6th rank, however this plan seemed misplaced and Caruana attentively reacted to keep black's rook out of play. A few consecutive dubious moves by Eljanov and Caruana rapidly seized the initiative - and the win. A fine game by the young super-GM, Fabiano Caruana.

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