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Rahul Shetty vs Evgeny Bareev
Canadian Open (2006), Kitchener CAN, rd 2, Jul-16
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation. Main lines (B18)  ·  1-0

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Jul-30-06
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  simonpantera: how didn't he see that the knight was protected ?
Jul-30-06  Prugno: The position looks grim for Black anyway, but I presume Bareev was in time-trouble and missed the line 32... Nc4 33. Rc5! Rxc5 34. Rd8+ keeping the extra exchange.
Jul-31-06
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  Eggman: Of course Black is lost, but considering what an upset this was and considering how nervous his opponent might well have been, I ask this about Bareev: shetty really have resigned?
Jul-31-06
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  Eggman: Hmmm ... perhaps Bareev had already touched the Knight on b6? I think that's likely, actually.

And regarding the pun in my previous post, I know ... moaannnn ...

Jan-02-07  badbishops: Bareev was not in serious time trouble. Times for both players were usual for the number of moves. IM Shetty had some pretty nice games at the Canadian Open.

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