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Candidates Semifinals G4: Blood, sweat and real tears this time

Candidates Semifinals G4: Blood, sweat and real tears this time
Yesterday’s blurb might well have fitted today’s, although with the names inverted. Kamsky improved on the game two opening against Gelfand and drew in 23 moves. Kramnik-Grischuk was a hair-raising English, with both players missing golden opportunities for large, if not winning, advantages. In the end a dejected Kramnik had to accept perpetual check. GM Fabiano Caruana comments.

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Posted: Sun 15 May 2011

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