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Hugo Spangenberg vs Vladimir Kramnik
Sao Paulo op (1991), Sao Paulo BRA, rd 3, Sep-??
French Defense: Classical. Burn Variation Morozevich Line (C11)  ·  1-0

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Feb-02-06  jorgegatica: Hmmm, the Argentinien guy plays very well and this crushing victory against a former World Champion deserves more analysis. Kramnik refuses a clear draw and 46.-... Ka6 was a strange blunder... Time problems?

Hugo, greetings from a Chilean fan and congratulations for a fine style.

Feb-02-06  Jim Bartle: He means a "future World Champion."
Sep-20-08  falso contacto: morozevich has anything to do with this game either. he's even younger than spangenberg at that time.

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