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Magnus Carlsen vs Hikaru Nakamura
Norway Chess (Blitz) (2013) (blitz), Stavanger NOR, rd 7, May-07
Hungarian Opening: Symmetrical Variation (A00)  ·  1-0

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May-07-13  RookFile: It's only blitz of course, but it's amazing that black could lose a pawn up rook and pawn ending with all the pawns on the same side of the board.
May-07-13  SirRuthless: NO TIME. gloat all you want but this is proof naka doesnt play for the draw he had one if he wanted it but he tried to win this endgame with 15 seconds left and a 2 second increment.
May-07-13  Just Another Master: yawn.....he punked him again
May-08-13  Jigsaw42: This is a proof that Nakamura has a psychological problem against Carlsen.
May-08-13  anandrulez: Indeed that is true , Naka play shows he is intimidated by Carlsen ... But also Carlsen is a bit stronger than Naka. The g3 move was not required if he wanted a safe draw but psychologically he wanted to supress Carlsen .... that fired back .. But its ok Naka will bounce back .
May-08-13  DrAttitude: GM Carlsen never gave up.
May-14-13  tivrfoa: After position 31. ... Kxg7 I rechecked the result ... What a disaster!
Oct-29-14  Ke2: wow what a disaster...

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