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(type : rated round-robin, time : 30 days, increment : 1 day / move)
Last move : 1-0 2009 June 20 8:32:7
1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 d6 6.g4 a6 7.g5 Nfd7 8.Be3 b5 9.a3 Bb7 10.h4 Nc6 11.Nxc6 Bxc6 12.Qd4 Qb8 13.h5 Qb7 14.Rh3 e5 15.Qd3 Be7 16.O-O-O Rd8 17.f3 O-O 18.g6 h6 19.Qd2 Rb8 20.b3 a5 21.Bxh6 b4 22.axb4 axb4 23.Nb1 Nc5 24.Bc4 1-0
This chess game has been lost on time (started : 2009.04.09 19:15:30)
ECO code : B40 , the name of the chess opening is displayed below :
Sicilian : Anderssen variation
Queenside Castling by player White (move 16)
Kingside Castling by player Black (move 17)
Player White won this chess game.
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No other master has such a terrific will to win. At the board he radiates danger, and even the strongest opponents tend to freeze, like rabbits when they smell a panther. Even his weaknesses are dangerous. As white, his opening game is predictable - you can make plans against it - but so strong that your plans almost never work. In the middle game his precision and invention are fabulous, and in the end game you simply cannot beat him. (Anonymous German Expert)
Kein Schachspieler kann gut schlafen. (H. G. Wells)
No hay precio que no valga la pena por la cabellera del Rey enemigo. (Koblentz)
Aux échecs, l'amour-propre est satisfait quand on remporte la victoire, mais il n'y a pas de honte à être battu. (Benjamin Franklin)
The age of a woman doesn't mean a thing. The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
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