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Wang Hao vs Lucas van Foreest
Isle of Man Masters (2016), Douglas IMN, rd 3, Oct-03
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Flohr-Mikenas-Carls Variation (A18)  ·  0-1

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Oct-03-16  Marmot PFL: Tough start for Wang Hao, losing to a young prodigy. The rook sac is hard to refute even if not totally sound.
Oct-03-16  fisayo123: Wang Hao is not the same player of 3-4 years ago. Chess seems to be more of a hobby for him now.
Oct-03-16
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  luzhin: 30.Nf5?? was terrible. After 30.Qxd6! White should win, forcing an ending with an extra piece for two pawns.
Oct-04-16  Doniez: So far, after 3 rounds, Wang made 2 horrible blunders. This looks very unlikely for a precise player him.
Oct-04-16  newzild: 30. Qxd6 is a beginner's tactic, exploiting the weak back rank. After 30...Qxe2+ 31. Kxe2 Rxd6, White has a bishop for two pawns.

Amazing that a 2700 grandmaster should miss this.

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