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Teimour Radjabov vs Arkadij Naiditsch
Istanbul Olympiad (2012), Istanbul TUR, rd 4, Aug-31
Italian Game: Italian Variation (C50)  ·  1-0



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Aug-31-12  whiteshark: <19...Bf5> was a mistake, probably by miscalculation. <19...Nf6> should have kept the position in balance.
Sep-01-12  HansMeier555: Vielleicht der Wunsch, großen Abtausch und Ausgleich zu forcieren, und sich die Anstrengung eines langwierigen Abwehrkampfes zu ersparen? Weiss steht klar besser: Festes Zentrum, Figuren zielen auf den Königsflügel.
Sep-01-12  Xeroxx: zehr gut
Sep-01-12  bobtheoriginal: Dummen Deutschen sprechen Englisch! Dies ist eine internationale Schach-Community und nur wenige Menschen verstehen Deutsch.
Sep-01-12  whiteshark: What's your point, Bob?
Sep-01-12  whiteshark: <HansMeier555> Ich habe keinerlei Informationen zur Gesamtsituation und versuche mich langsam anzunähern. Es scheint komplex zu sein.

"Rückblick: Europameisterschaft 2011, Porto Carras. Der Sieg Arkadijs gegen Radjabow (Radjabov vs Naiditsch, 2011) brachte nicht nur den Teamerfolg gegen Aserbaidschan sondern war ein Meilenstein zum späteren Titelgewinn.

Die gleiche Paarung begann heute recht bedächtig. Doch ohne Not stellte Arkadij plötzlich im 19. Zug praktisch einzügig die Partie ein. Damit bescherte er dem Team die erste Niederlage und den ersten Rückstand im Turnier."

Sep-01-12  HansMeier555: Weiss hat die Diagonale b1-h7 und die f-Linie.
Sep-01-12  HansMeier555: Hat ihm Bönsch was in den Tee getreufelt?

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