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Maxime Vachier-Lagrave vs Baadur Jobava
Tromso Olympiad (2014), Tromso NOR, rd 7, Aug-09
Sicilian Defense: Canal Attack. Main Line (B52)  ·  1-0

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Aug-09-14  Nova: Why did Jobava not seek the perpetual around 62? Surely he must have seen that White's king could escape, and the pawn queen. Was it maybe the case of Black needing a win for his team?
Aug-09-14  capablancakarpov: An instant classic. One of the more entertaining games of the year.
Aug-09-14  Marmot PFL: The Q+P vs Q ending is a draw if black just keeps checking and keeps his own king out of the way. Bringing it to d7 just makes it easier for the WK to hide, besides being too slow to catch white's pawn.
Aug-25-14  dort: Nova.. It's a team contest. He knew Georgia must win in order to tie the match so he tried

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