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Alexander Morozevich vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov
FIDE Grand Prix Tashkent (2012), Tashkent UZB, rd 4, Nov-25
Slav Defense: Exchange Variation (D10)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Nov-25-12  The17thPawn: Interesting how Mamedyarov turns things more and more in his favor as pieces come off the board and his pawns become more important. Moro decides to allow the draw as stopping blacks pawns will be no easy task.
Nov-25-12  fokers13: If Kf2 Rc2+ Ne2? Rxe2+ wins.
Nov-25-12  The17thPawn: <fokers13> - I was thinking 53.)Kh3 was a way for Moro to avoid the perpetual but I may be mistaken. I think he didn't see a way to progress and allowed the perpetual.
Nov-26-12  paavoh: Slav Exchange boring? Not here...
Nov-26-12  fokers13: <The17thPawn> well in any case i guess Rc8 is always an alternative and black's the only one with real chances of winning honestly.
Nov-27-12  The17thPawn: <fokers13> - Agreed. The worm has turned in blacks favor by the end of the game.

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