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Hikaru Nakamura vs Anish Giri
London Chess Classic (Rapid Open) (2014) (rapid), London ENG, rd 8, Dec-07
Queen Pawn Game: Sarratt Attack (D00)  ·  1-0

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Dec-07-14  SirRuthless: Coffeehouse players...Who needs them anyway?
Dec-08-14  AngeLa: the clown got squashed :)
Dec-08-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  drleper: <AngeLa: the clown got squashed :)>

This clown says no need to be so odious ;)

Dec-08-14  Alien Math: doubt the troll minds, possible it might lean, sehr schwierige Arbeit
Dec-08-14  Alien Math: Trick to find the mistakes while over the board, more easy after games end
Dec-08-14  morfishine: Coffeehouses need Coffeehouse players
Dec-08-14
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  tpstar: After the Queen trade, Moves 32-63 were basically patient maneuvering. Black looked fine until opening up the Kingside which worked out much better for White.

Cute trick at the end.

Dec-08-14  schweigzwang: I suspect that at or by move 78 Naka had calculated all the way to the fork while Giri had not.
Jul-20-17
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  perfidious: <AngeLa: the clown got squashed>

Think matters might have gone differently if you had played in Giri's shoes?

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