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Michael Adams vs Teimour Radjabov
European Club Cup (2011), Rogaska Slatina SLO, rd 7, Oct-01
Spanish Game: Schliemann Defense (C63)  ·  0-1



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Oct-01-11  pulsar: Another victory for the Schliemann!
Oct-02-11  fisayo123: Brilliant play from Radjabov.
Oct-04-11  Everett: Is white able to show any advantage in this opening? Pretty surprising. Radjabov has almost single-handedly rejuvenated this entire line at the super-GM level, very much like he did the KID a few years back.

Alas, where is his dogged invention with the white pieces? Maybe just a matter of time? I very much like his KIA versions however. Very solid and yet with some venom.

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  FSR: <Everett: Is white able to show any advantage in this opening?>

No. Radjabov's score with the Schliemann is now +2 =14 -1 against the strongest players on Earth. Ironically, his one loss was to probably the weakest player he played.

Nov-01-11  bronkenstein: , Mickey Adams himself commenting the game .
Sep-01-16  Pyrandus: Schliemann or Janisch?

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