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Anish Giri vs Friso Nijboer
Dutch Championship (2009), Haaksbergen, rd 7, Sep-18
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Misc. Lines (E98)  ·  1-0



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Sep-22-09  Gryz: This is the game that decided the 2009 Dutch championships.
Sep-22-09  ycbaywtb: very impressive, as black was dying he couldn't get any good punches off
Sep-22-09  whiteshark: <20...Qb6+ 21.Bc5 Qa5> would have kept the position in balance.

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Nov-29-10  elohah: 'ycbaywtb'

'You can bitch all you want to, boy.'

Do I get a prize for decoding this?

And who's bitching?

Nov-30-10  elohah: 'giri'


'White romps'

'find games'

Wow. Dare I say it? Can anybody remember the last time a 2500 level player was so thoroughly humiliated??

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