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Anish Giri vs Sergey Karjakin
FIDE Grand Prix Beijing (2013), Beijing CHN, rd 1, Jul-04
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation Berlin Wall Defense (C67)  ·  0-1

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Jul-04-13  dumbgai: The Berlin Wall has been scoring great for black this year in super-GM competition:

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Jul-05-13
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  Check It Out: This is complex game. Karjakin seemed to get the better of it early in the game, handled the complications, and then rode his a-pony to the finish line.
Jul-05-13  arp001: Interesting game.. Giri could have held the game probably after 26. cxd5..
Jul-07-13  Pedro Fernandez: It's unbelievable that Black can get that advantage from this Berlin defence so early. It should seem a refutation of the Ruy Lopez. White contest must be revised in depth.
Dec-31-13  iranpowerz23: I think white dosent like game go to end game and he look for attack all the time but why he choose this type of variant when he is too strong on attack is better to keep the queen on the board

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