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Wang Yue vs Gregory Kaidanov
China-USA Chess Summit (2013), Ningbo CHN, rd 3, Jul-21
English Opening: Agincourt Defense. Catalan Defense Accepted (A13)  ·  1-0

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Jul-21-13  notyetagm: Wang Yue vs Kaidanov, 2013

Wow, I really like how Wang Yue kept ignoring Black's threats and made <ESTS: EQUAL OR STRONGER THREATS>, in the vernacular of FM Hertan.

Jul-21-13  notyetagm: Wang Yue vs Kaidanov, 2013

Game Collection: EST'S: EQUAL OR STRONGER THREATS Wang Yue plays a whole bunch of EST'S in this game

Jul-24-13  GilesFarnaby: <notyetagm: Wow, I really like how Wang Yue kept ignoring Black's threats and made <ESTS: EQUAL OR STRONGER THREATS>, in the vernacular of FM Hertan.>

Starting from 7.Qb3 it was all a clear provocation, and it amazes me how even GMs like Kaidanov can now and then fall into the trap and grant his rival a win à la Steinitz.

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