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Carl Fredrik Ekeberg vs Magnus Carlsen
Det 13. ├ąpne junior-NM (2003), Oslo NOR, rd 6, Apr-17
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation (E94)  ·  0-1

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Jun-26-07  OneArmedScissor: When the king moves, the Rook falls.
Aug-07-08  notyetagm: Black to play: 42 ... ?


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42 ... ♕f3-h5+! 0-1

Position after 42 ... ♕f3-h5+! 0-1


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<OneArmedScissor: When the king moves, the Rook falls.>

Carlsen's 42 ... ♕f3-h5+ forces the White h2-king onto the g-file at g3, g2, or g1 for 43 ... ♕h5-g5+, <FORKING> the White g3,2,1-king and the <UNDEFENDED> White d8-rook (<LOOSE PIECES DROP OFF!>).

(CONT) Position after 43 ♔h2-g2 ♕h5-g5+ <fork>


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Aug-07-08  notyetagm: Like I've said before, I think that Magnus Carlsen is the strongest player in the world at using his queen, an ability he shows here at the tender age of 12(!).
Aug-04-15  RKnight: Carlsen missed an earlier win with the same motif. 37...Qh4+, 38.Kg1 (or Kg2), ...Qg4+ picks up the wayward rook.

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