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Tamaz Gelashvili vs Konstantinos Tzamtzis
Athens Akropolis op (1997), rd 1
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Modern Variation (A01)  ·  1-0

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Jul-08-16
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  eternaloptimist: On "Guess the Move" I scored 43 points (par = 30). This is 1 of the best results for me playing this game. I guessed a different move than the moves that GM Gelashvili played a bunch of times but since I picked good alternative moves, I still got a good score. I can see why he has such a stellar overall record; his moves are very hard to predict! If u look in his "NOTABLE GAMES" section, u will see that he's beaten some really strong GMs!

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