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World Cup R5.1: Ivanchuk leads against Radjabov

World Cup R5.1: Ivanchuk leads against Radjabov
Three games were decided quickly – in 14, 16 and 28 moves. But even short games can be of considerable theoretical interest, as the annotation of Svidler-Polgar by GM Efstratios Grivas clearly show. There was one decisive game: Taimour Radjabov overlooked a tactical shot by Vassily Ivanchuk and, playing a queen for rook and bishop down, lost in 41 moves.

http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=7520

Posted: Mon 12 Sep 2011

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