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Fabiano Caruana vs Wesley So
Sinquefield Cup (2015), Saint Louis, MO USA, rd 9, Sep-01
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Queen's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  Penguincw: BTW: Am I the only one that on chess24, I'm seeing like 2 copies of every tweet?

I have the same problem for email, as I receive 2 copies of every email...

Sep-01-15  cormier: Rd3 ...
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  HeMateMe: I don't understand this...another site covering this game has 23. R(c)-d1, the Rooks are already doubled at the 23d move?
Sep-01-15  cormier: oups ...
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  HeMateMe: oh, ok, a bit of lag. I was hallucinating...
Sep-01-15  Marmot PFL: So has managed to hold the position together and even found some counter play.
Sep-01-15  MarkFinan: Pengerz. If you're receiving 2 of the same emails it's because you have both the gmail and gmail inbox apps on your phone / tablet
Sep-01-15  Jack Kerouac: Brute force rook action and I like the sweeping bishop through the center of the board for So. This has the makings of a slugfest; as much as can be possible these days.
Sep-01-15  Jack Kerouac: And then Fabiano challenges the strong bishop after my previous.
Sep-01-15  leow: can black tgake e2
Sep-01-15  leow: My orevious post was nonsense
Sep-01-15  cormier: ...Rxa2
Sep-01-15  MarkFinan: <leow: My orevious post was nonsense>

That should be my chessgames dot com motto, lol.

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  Penguincw: < Mark: Pengerz. If you're receiving 2 of the same emails it's because you have both the gmail and gmail inbox apps on your phone / tablet >

But I have Hotmail (actually Outlook Mail (Preview)), which I hate and can not revert back to).

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  plang: I give So a lot of credit for defending this position
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  Penguincw: Alright, both players just barely made it to time control.

Good luck, bye...

Sep-01-15  leow: New try at a good nove Nf7
Sep-01-15  Tomlinsky: <plang> I was just thinking exactly the same thing. Superb resistance.
Sep-01-15  leow: I think I bettwe stop for tonight
Sep-01-15  cormier: Re1...
Sep-01-15  patfoley: I wonder how much time the players are spending on Re3?
Sep-01-15  chessdgc2: Wow! Had to take of business and left at 5 o'clock ET. it's now 8=57!! You guys have to be tired, too (smile_
Sep-05-15  1971: 😰 this generation is so boring. Sad for chess. No personality, no character. I'm truly sad for chess.
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  HeMateMe: You were happier with madmen, drunks and defectors?
Mar-18-19  Octavia: Naiditsch: Caruana managed to get a big advantage but he missed the best continuation...

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