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Evgeny Bareev vs Vasyl Ivanchuk
Capablanca Memorial (Elite) (2006), Havana CUB, rd 4, Nov-24
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation (E37)  ·  0-1

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Dec-08-06  Drstrangelove: Great ending
Dec-09-06  Atking: <Drstrangelove: Great ending> You mean a great game !
Dec-09-06
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  al wazir: Ending? What ending? 40. Kh5 Qxe4 41. Rxe4 Rg2 42. h4 Rh2.

Maybe white timed out.

Dec-09-06  tedster: 40.Kh5 Qg6+ 41.Qxg6+ fxg6#
Dec-09-06
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  al wazir: Oh, that ending. But Bareev didn't see it either.
Dec-10-06  Tommyboylovechess: Al Wazir?!?!?!!? Hahaha ??!!?!? "But Bareev didn't see it either".. LOl, HAhahahahahahaah.. Hope your'e kiddin' ;) If not, you are not a tard, but THE tard!
Dec-10-06
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  al wazir: <TBLC>: I meant, he didn't see the threat until it was too late
Dec-11-06  Tommyboylovechess: "I meant, he didn't see the threat until it was too late" Lol al wazir.. It was Bareev who won the game.. so you couldn't have meant that..again lol..
Dec-11-06
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  al wazir: Huh??? Ivanchuk was black.

You're "tard" with your own brush.

Dec-11-06  Karpova: All the data is correct (scoresheet, etc.) so it should be clear that Ivanchuk won this game.
Dec-11-06  Drstrangelove: such elevated discourse...
Dec-11-06  Tommyboylovechess: Al Wazir...I misunderstood u earlier.. and because of that I was very rued against you.. deeply sorry.. I Thought ivanchuk was white ect.. sorry again.. are u mad? :P
Dec-11-06
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  al wazir: <TBLC: are u mad?> Tell me that you like my pun, and all is forgiven.
Jun-21-07  scndBrz: Yes, Ivanchuk is very strong player... Best Ukrainians GM.
May-20-16  Robert Samuels: Game 4 in Reinaldo Vera's book on the Nimzo-Indian.

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