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Glenn C Flear vs Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
Tradewise Gibraltar (2014), Catalan Bay GIB, rd 2, Jan-29
Indian Game: Anti-Grünfeld. Alekhine Variation (D70)  ·  0-1

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Jan-29-14  gaviero55: wow, 7...Bb4, is this book? What do the engines say?
Jan-29-14  SimonWebbsTiger: He played it before v. Svidler at the Alekhine Memorial 2013. Svidler vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2013
Jan-30-14  Sihlous: 3...e6 is the strange move...It looks terrible but he did win both games. White is doing well enough out of the opening in both games...Just goes wrong later.
Jan-30-14  mrbasso: Flear went into this almost certainly fully prepaired but it didn't help. The nature of the position does favour the stronger player.
Feb-24-16  Ayaend: Why not <18.Rxf7>? White seems very well after that isn't it ?
Feb-24-16  morfishine: <ayaend> Well spotted, I don't don't know what Flear Feared after <18.Rxf7>

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