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Alexander Grischuk vs Etienne Bacrot
Wch U10 (1992), Duisburg GER, rd 10, Jul-??
Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines. Mieses Variation (B01)  ·  1-0



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May-21-04  takeithome: Not bad for a lad under ten years old...!
Dec-12-04  alexandrovm: Grishuk has a very good score against Bacrot, one of french's young stars.
Dec-12-04  iron maiden: In classical games, his score is actually only +3 -1 =2.
Sep-30-07  beginner64: The sacrifice on move 27 is quite tricky.

Note that 29..Qc7 also does not work.
29.. Qc7
30. Qa8+ Kd7
31. Qxh8.
(If 30.. Qc8, then 31. Rb8)

Perhaps there is another candidate for black's 29th move?

Sep-02-08  Mikhail Tal fan: haha..very funny to see the young grischuk ..he had a tricky idea wich bacrot didn't paid attention on it ..

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