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Magnus Carlsen vs Pal Brantzeg
ASKO Pinse Tournament Group B (2000), Oslo NOR, rd 5, Jun-12
French Defense: Winawer. Classical Variation (C18)  ·  0-1

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Jul-11-08  invas0rX: xtrategia estupdas por ,gnus jajaja novato
Mar-10-10  pskogli: Poor game, but he was only 10 years old.
Jul-25-11  Xeroxx: I love 10 year olds.
Dec-20-11
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  piltdown man: This guy will never amount to anything.
Mar-05-13  wachter123680: Wow, I have to review my comments of this game, I was too harsh, since Mags was gist 11. But not a bad game for 11. I think 52. moves indicates that he did not make a major tactical detriment compared with the brill. 25 move mates I have scene in different older players.
Aug-02-14  joddon: there always lies some sort of weird weakness on the queen side....magnus always has a strong edge on his king side.....smart thing is to know what your advantage on the queen side is.....then he can be beaten.
Oct-24-14  dehanne: <This guy will never amount to anything.> har har
Oct-24-14
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  perfidious: Carlsen was aged nine at the time of this game, contrary to what has been posted here.

As to <Xeroxx: I love 10 year olds.>: that makes this poster a perv.

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