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Alexander Morozevich vs Sergey Karjakin
Tal Memorial (2013), Moscow RUS, rd 6, Jun-19
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation (E34)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-19-13
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  Domdaniel: Aha. The missing 15 mins has arrived on move 65, apparently.
Jun-19-13  shmu12: now r-a2
Jun-19-13  Fiberking: Does anybody know any results of the other games of today?
Jun-19-13
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  technical draw: <shmu-12> You have the board backwards.
Jun-19-13
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  technical draw: <fiberking> Nakamura wins, the rest draws.
Jun-19-13
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  whiteshark: Game Collection: 14_R+P (2:1) on the same wing - no passed pawn
Jun-19-13
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  plang: I missed 73 Rb5 - looks pretty strong
Jun-19-13  shmu12: why didnt he play 73.r-a5?
Jun-19-13  Fiberking: <technical draw> thank you
Jun-19-13
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Jun-19-13
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  plang: <shmu12: why didnt he play 73.r-a5?>

I think Black would respond 73..Rb8 attacking the b-pawn and I couldn't find a way for White to make progress. This looks stronger

Jun-19-13  shmu12: it looks like white is winning?
Jun-19-13
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  plang: <shmu12: it looks like white is winning?>

I think so - though I doubt I could

Jun-19-13  boz: I still don't see how White can win the a-pawn without giving up his b-pawn.
Jun-19-13
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  plang: Maybe you're right
Jun-19-13
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  plang: Now it looks like White has made progress again
Jun-19-13  shmu12: it looks like adraw to me
Jun-19-13  boz: I don't know. The black a-pawn looks alone and vulnerable, virtually surrounded yet unapproachable. Strange. Moro must feel like Tantalus reaching for the receding water.
Jun-19-13
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  tamar: Adrift and a draw
Jun-19-13  messachess: It looks like a draw to me too.
Jun-19-13  kb2ct:

<plang: Now it looks like White has made progress again>

It is an illusion. Black is the one that has made progress.

:0)

Jun-19-13  DcGentle: The endgame tables confirm it, it's a theoretical draw now, after move 99 of Black.
Jun-19-13
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Jun-19-13  DcGentle: Draw agreed.
Jun-19-13  Pedro Fernandez: It is a draw because the dominant position of the black king and also because it is an a-pawn (or h). With the pawn in another file (other than these two ones) it should be another story.
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