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Hikaru Nakamura vs Abhijeet Gupta
Tradewise Gibraltar (2016), Catalan Bay GIB, rd 9, Jan-26
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Goglidze Attack (D70)  ·  1-0

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Feb-03-16  jamesmaskell: ...Rxc3 was played very quickly. Amazing how Nakamura won this one so quickly when it looked like he got caught in opening prep. Scary.
Feb-03-16
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  transpose: If the exchange sac was opening prep then black did not do a good job preparing. It would seem black made a few inaccurate moves immediately after the sac that brought home the point from Nakamura.
Feb-03-16  JoeBerylwood: Black's e4 idea was mistimed. Allowing the white LSB to get to c3 where it wanted to be anyway to blunt the power of the opposing B on g7 was a bad idea. From there black seemed aimless. He was in prep until he played Bc2 but then seemed to run out of ideas and was duly punished.
Feb-03-16
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  tamar: The accuracy of Gupta's moves fell off severely. It looks like he found a playable exchange sacrifice, but could not remember the details.

20...Nfxd5 21 Rh2 Nb4 22 a3 e4


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Contrast with the game here e4 comes with a threat, and so Black wins back the exchange and can probably hold.

Feb-07-16
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  PawnSac: < jamesmaskell: ...Rxc3 was played very quickly. >

apparently black thinks he's playing the Dragon. <g>

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