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Alexander Grischuk vs Valeri Yandemirov
Ubeda op 5th (2000), rd 8, Jan-26
King's Gambit: Accepted. Kieseritsky Gambit Neumann Defense (C39)  ·  1-0



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  Honza Cervenka: Modern game in romantic style.
May-17-05  Bobak Zahmat: Classical play of King's Gambit. Is Grishuk a specialist?
Oct-04-06  cotdt: The King's Gambit is so rarely played these days that clearly Black was unprepared and lost right in the opening. Yeah Grischuk might be a specialist in this opening, but black played poorly.
May-01-07  vonKrolock: <8...♗g7> followed by <9...dxe5> is an awful pair - Spielmann recommended 8...♕e7!
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  chancho: Dennis Monokroussos will be discussing this game at chessbase.
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  GrahamClayton: Bilguer in the 1916 edition of the "Handbuch" gives White an advantage after 8...♗g7 9.♘c3 de5 10.♕d8+ ♔d8 11.0-0-0 ♗d7 12.♗e3, but Grischuk's 9.♗c4 shows he wants to mate, not to have an advantage in an endgame.
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  plang: 5..Nc6 is very rarely played. 6..Nxe5!? looks very promising for Whire; perhaps 6..Nf6 or even 6..Qf6 are worth looking at. Grischuk was critical of 13..h6?!. 13..cxd? 14 Nxd5+..Ke8 15 0-0..Rf8 16 Nxf6+..Bxf6 17 Rxf6 would have been losing for Black but 13..Be6 14 Bxe6..Qxd1 15 Rxd1..Kxe6 16 0-0 looks playable leaving White with only a small advantage.
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  louispaulsen88888888: I think Black would be ok if he could get his king to safety. So maybe 14...KxB.

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