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David Navara vs Nikita Vitiugov
Grand Prix Hamburg (2019) (rapid), Hamburg GER, rd 1, Nov-07
Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Matulovic Variation (A89)  ·  1-0

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Nov-10-19  Carrots and Pizza: Black played the old 7...Nc6 line, but instead of this knight ending up on a5, such as when Nakamura used to play this line, it went to e5 like in the old days of the 1980s and before. White played brilliantly.
Nov-10-19
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  perfidious: Towards the end of my playing days, I rather liked the uncompromising spirit embodied in the 8....Ne5 subvariation; one of my games even made it to the DB.
Nov-10-19
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  moronovich: Me too.8.-Ne5 is an interesting move with a lot of fighting possibillities-with draw as the least likely.And leads to much more interesting positions than e.g the queen gambitsIMHO. Unfortunately the variation is refuted as far as I know.

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