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David Anton Guijarro vs Alexander Grischuk
Isle of Man Grand Swiss (2019), Douglas IMN, rd 8, Oct-18
English Opening: King's English Variation. General (A20)  ·  1-0

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Oct-18-19
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  Kurakotsaba: Bravo, Anton! Magnifico.
Oct-19-19  Fanques Fair: Why not 11-... , Nh6 ? It seems strange, but the idea is to threaten Ng8 and to take the White knight on h4. White appears to have some trouble defending this knight, but itīs not so . But it' tricky . For example : 12-Be3 ? , Ng8 and the White knight has nowhere to go. It seems that 12-Bh1 is forced, to give the g2 square for the knight. Then follows : 12...; Ng8 , 13- Ng2 , Nc6! (not ...Bxh3? , 14-Qb3, Be6, 15-Qxb7 , Nbd7 , 16-Nxd5, Bxd5, 17 Qxd5 with great advantage ) , 14- Qb3 , Be6, 15- Qxb7, Na5, 16-Qb5+, Kf8, 17-Ne3, Rb8, 18- Qa4 ( not Qa6?? , Bc8, winnig the queen) , Bd7 , 19-Qc2 , with big pressure.


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White has a significant advantage, but Black also has a possible plan to play Nf6 . Dynamic position.

Anyway, as it was, fantastic attack. Beuatiful.

Oct-19-19
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  beatgiant: <Fanques Fair> The plan with 11...Nh6 followed by 12...Ng8 is so slow, White should think about how to sacrifice a piece.

I think the answer is 11...Nh6 <12. Qb3> Ng8 <13. Qxd5!> gxh4 14. Qe5 with huge complications, but White has two pawns and a big lead in development for the piece.

Oct-19-19
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  Kurakotsaba: Now is the time to showcase those Big brain muscles, Anton! 💪💪💪💪💪💪💪💪 Go to the Big Dance👈👉👍👍 Viva, Bravo!
Oct-19-19
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  wordfunph: they fought like gladiators, fearless to die..

chess should be played like this one.

Oct-19-19
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  wordfunph: this Spanish GM must be called Guerra Guijarro.
Oct-19-19  makinavaja: David attacks too... He has not only an almost perfect technique...
Oct-21-19
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  saffuna: Analysis by Daniel King: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk6...

Great game.

Oct-21-19
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  saffuna: <I think the answer is 11...Nh6 <12. Qb3> Ng8 <13. Qxd5!> gxh4 14. Qe5 with huge complications, but White has two pawns and a big lead in development for the piece.>

King says of this variation, with the black knight back on g8 again and the queen in the center, that white has overwhelming compensation for the piece.

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