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Daniil Dubov vs Rasmus Svane
European Team Championship (2019), Batumi GEO, rd 7, Oct-31
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack. Fianchetto Defense (D37)  ·  1-0

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Oct-31-19
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  tamar: You're Svane, you probably think this game is about you, you're Svane...
Oct-31-19
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  saffuna: It was certainly about Svane's king taking a long stroll.

How many times did white offer his bishop? Amazing.

Oct-31-19
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  tamar: agadmator has it as game of day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coc...
Nov-01-19  spingo: The black king's wanderings on the queenside remind me a little of that Kasparov-Topalov piece of fluff.
Nov-01-19
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  keypusher: <tamar: You're Svane, you probably think this game is about you, you're Svane...>

Ooh, excruciating. So bad, it's good.

Nov-01-19
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  saffuna: This certainly is an up-and-down game.

According to stockfish, black would have had just a slight disadvantage with 29...Qxe6.

Nov-01-19
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  OhioChessFan: That's awfully good.
Nov-01-19  spingo: <saffuna: This certainly is an up-and-down game. According to stockfish, black would have had just a slight disadvantage with 29...Qxe6.>

After a few obvious moves that would probably lead to this position.


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White has some fearsome pawns on the e+f files, but Black has that pawn on g2. Black also has a lot of material for the queen.

Dubov is a superb, Tal-like player and I hope he gets a crack at the title, say in 2028 or so.

Nov-01-19
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  perfidious: From the diagram posted by <spingo>, 1.f6+ could create a few headaches.
Nov-02-19
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  sackman: Wow. This is inSvane.
Nov-02-19  goodevans: <perfidious: From the diagram posted by <spingo>, 1.f6+ could create a few headaches.>

Indeed, but I imagine the 'few obvious moves' <spingo> refers to are 29...Qxe6 30.Nxe6 Kxe6 31.f5+ Ke7 32.e4 so it would be black to move.

Dec-17-19
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  takchess: from a chess magazine advert---
That other inspiration of Magnus Carlsen, his friend Russian dare-devil GM Danill Dubov, annotates his fantastic win against Rasmus Svane at the European Team Championship. Dubov writes, tongue-in-cheek: Its my favourite kind of game: two strong players have no idea what is going on and neither do a very big number of so-called experts. Mikhail Tal would have liked the fireworks!
Apr-18-20
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  WTHarvey: White mates in 3.


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