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Sergey Karjakin vs Teimour Radjabov
Cap d'Agde (2006) (rapid), Cap d'Agde FRA, rd 3, Oct-27
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense (C78)  ·  1-0



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Oct-27-06  sergiovv: Wow! Excellent game of Karjakin.
Oct-28-06  ahmadov: A sweet revenge is needed, Radja!
Oct-28-06  MarvinTsai: I've re-check this game with computer, actually Radjabov is precise and winning! But as intuition, 32.Rxc4 is far better than pushing the pawn. This is the key move. So sorry for Radjabov he couldn't complete this game. It would had been classic.
Oct-28-06  roni.chessman: Radjabov was clearly better at one point, just couldn't convert it to the full point.
Oct-28-06  BlackNightmare: <MarvinTsai:> hmm am not sure the rook would ve been pinned and game lost, the key move was to play even more aggressively after the bishop sac..
Oct-30-06  alicefujimori: Great game by Karjakin. It's about time to show Radja that he isn't the only promising young player around.
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  technical draw: A real nail biter. How white escaped with all that fire power against him is remarkable. Good going Sergey.
Nov-01-06  Atking: <roni.chessman: Radjabov was clearly better at one point, just couldn't convert it to the full point.> Yes 32. ...Rxc4 could be better. At that point I clearly prefer Black.
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  Peligroso Patzer: <ahmadov: A sweet revenge is needed, Radja!> I guess he got his revenge today in the final.
Nov-02-06  soughzin: I was looking at this as my answer to the ruy and 7.Nxe5 looked quite strong. Anyone else here looked into this line before?
May-13-17  Saniyat24: What a mesmerizing battle, with all guns blazing....!

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