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Wang Hao vs Fabiano Caruana
Dortmund Sparkassen (2013), Dortmund GER, rd 4, Jul-29
King's Indian Attack: Yugoslav Variation (A07)  ·  1-0

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Jul-29-13  notyetagm: Wang Hao vs Caruana, 2013

Dang, Caruana loses *two* games in a row.

Just when I thought this kid was invincible after his *beautiful* win with Black over Andreikin in the first round.

Jul-29-13  Xeroxx: Wang Hao scores a win over Caruana.
Jul-29-13  fisayo123: Wang Hao beat Fabiano Caruana 4 to 0, with 1 draw.
Jul-29-13  notyetagm: alWang Hao vs Caruana, 2013

What a shot, 21 ♘c3-d5!.

Jul-29-13  fgh: <fisayo123: Wang Hao beat Fabiano Caruana 4 to 0, with 1 draw.>

To be fair, he had the white pieces in all those games.

Jul-29-13  notyetagm: <fgh: ... To be fair, he had the white pieces in all those games.>

To be fair, Caruana should score more than <10%(!)> with Black against Wang Hao.

:-)

Jul-29-13  Edmontonchessclub: Who would think that, after 13...hxg6, it would be WHITE who gets full control of the h-file?
Jul-29-13  notyetagm: Wang Hao vs Caruana, 2013

<Edmontonchessclub: Who would think that, after 13...hxg6, it would be WHITE who gets full control of the h-file?>

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Jul-30-13  Ulhumbrus: 12...Bg6?! may concede the bishop pair and accept a doubling of the g pawn too readily. On eg 12...Nf8 13 g4 Bg6 14 Nxg6 Nxg6 White has had to weaken his king side pawn structure in order to gain the bishop pair, while Black has avoided doubling his g pawn
Jul-30-13  WiseWizard: Excellent game from Hao, Karpovian control. White freezes all the pieces on the queenside then builds up the attack on the kingside. Very instructive.
Jul-21-16  Alexandro: I think that the correct move for blacks respond white's move 36 e.4 should be 36 Qf6! Caruana woudn't lose so easily...
Aug-13-20
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  Jonathan Sarfati: GM Moulthun Ly analyses this game on his Youtube channel, as an example of exploiting the ♗-pair for attack with tactics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Jg...

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