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(type : rated round-robin, time : 30 days, increment : 1 day / move)
Last move : 1/2-1/2 2013 February 3 1:11:39
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 4.g3 Ba6 5.b3 Bb7 6.Bg2 Bb4+ 7.Bd2 a5 8.O-O O-O 9.a3 Be7 10.Nc3 Ne4 11.Qc2 Nxd2 12.Nxd2 c6 13.e4 d6 14.Rfd1 Nd7 15.Nf1 Qc7 16.Ne3 Rfd8 17.Rac1 Bf8 18.d5 g6 19.h4 Bh6 20.f4 cxd5 21.Ng4 Bg7 22.exd5 e5 23.f5 1/2-1/2
ECO code : E15 , the name of the chess opening is displayed below :
Queen's Indian : Nimzovich variation (exaggerated Fianchetto)
Kingside Castling by player White (move 8)
Kingside Castling by player Black (move 8)
This chess game ended in a draw.
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With or without the title, Bobby Fischer was unquestionably the greatest player of his time. (Burt Hochberg)
Im Schach gewinnt jeder. Hat man Freunde am Spiel - und das ist die Hauptsache - ist auch der Verlust einer Partie kein Unglück. (David Bronstein)
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Karpov est une pièce de musée. (Garry Kasparov)
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