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Ruud Janssen vs Anish Giri
Dutch Championship (2011), Boxtel NED, rd 8, Jul-04
King's Indian Attack: Double Fianchetto (A07)  ·  0-1



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Jul-04-11  checkmateyourmove: How Ruud!! giri was to this guy
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  Stonehenge: 5. b3? What a hideous move.
Jul-04-11  fisayo123: nice destruction.
Jul-04-11  bronkenstein: <5.b3?> , the beginning of selfdestruction . Looks like white`s only aim was to get out of theory (and possible Giri`s prep ) fast. I couldn`t believe that his rating is 2500+ , had to doublecheck it o,O
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  FSR: So this is all it takes to be a 2500 these days? White played as well as some of my online blitz opponents. Giri gave him a Ruud awakening.
Jul-04-11  bronkenstein: If you had any doubts on rating inflation, seek no more. The proof is in front of us =)
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  nezhmet: 5. b3 kind of stinks but on the other hand the black knight jumped around a lot itself losing time. After the lone knight jumping to e4 then to d6 white had equality, not so bad for a blunder. 10. Rb1 is another lemon, with 10. Qc2 white can sit tight and battle on with the reversed-Philidor like a2-a3. The rook is better on the a-file.
Jul-05-11  bronkenstein: <10.Qc2> and white is still black IMO ;)
Jul-08-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: KING DEFLECTION: *TWO* LOOSE SQUARES NEAR KING
Jul-10-11  qqdos: <nezhmet> According to Malcolm Pein (today's London Daily Telegraph), White has strayed into "a bad reversed Benoni position where the N-d6 is superbly placed"! 25.gxh6+? What was the point of this sacrifice? White gets no compensation.
Jul-13-11  kia0708: Janssen played as if he was scared or what ?
Jul-16-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: KING DEFLECTION: *TWO* LOOSE SQUARES NEAR KING
Jul-17-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: QUEEN ARRIVAL: *TWO* LOOSE SQUARES NEAR KING
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