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Alexander Grischuk vs Vassily Ivanchuk
World Cup (2011) (rapid), Khanty-Mansiysk RUS, rd 6, Sep-14
French Defense: Advance. Euwe Variation (C02)  ·  1-0



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Sep-14-11  Colonel Mortimer: I eat my hat
Sep-14-11  Resignation Trap: Noooooo! :(
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  whiteshark: what the 'ell happened her??
Sep-14-11  Cemoblanca: 39...Kf5!? Rxb7 Rxa3 41.Rb5+ Kg6!.
Sep-14-11  hedgeh0g: <Colonel Mortimer> Save some for me.
Sep-14-11  Strongest Force: Drawchuk must know more than anyone that this is a draw
Sep-14-11  WiseWizard: Ivanchuk is dead, Grischuk is ice cold he doesn't f around this ends right here.
Sep-14-11  Shams: How long is the wait?
Sep-14-11  Bluegrey: No its an easy win for white <Strongest force>
Sep-14-11  Philistine: I'm going to bed. I have a bad feeling about this and don't want to see poor chuck fall. Maybe when I wake up I will be pleasantly surprised.
Sep-14-11  hedgeh0g: <Shams> Too long for Ivanchuk, no doubt.
Sep-14-11  Pyke: Hope Ivanchuk gets his nerves under control and can put up a real fight in game two.
Sep-14-11  Shams: Grischuk is top ten, and he doesn't have a personalized dancing rook? That handsome mug?
Sep-14-11  sneaky pete: The Colonel's hat:

Sep-14-11  Shams: Who put this awful music together, in the live site interlude? It's like Enigma, arranged and interpreted by a middle school choir.
Sep-14-11  Bluegrey: Even 39... Kf5 is probably lost
Sep-14-11  Colonel Mortimer: Did he 'Chuck' it away?
Sep-14-11  Colonel Mortimer: <sneaky pete:> lol
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  whiteshark: Bon app├ętit! :D
Sep-14-11  Bluegrey: In fact blacks position lost by move 38 already
Sep-14-11  Colonel Mortimer: Difficult to swallow I must say.
Sep-14-11  Cemoblanca: "The Gambler" strikes again! Hats off to Gamblerschuk! The strategy was to draw the first 2 games, followed by a slamdunk! ;0) Congrats!
Sep-14-11  Cemoblanca: <whiteshark>

My appetite is gone after this result! :D

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  whiteshark: I wonder if the Colonel has a reserve hat for the 2nd game?
Sep-14-11  Colonel Mortimer: Of course - without shoving more chips on the table no one would take me seriously:)
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