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Vladimir Kramnik vs Fabiano Caruana
Zurich Chess Challenge (Blitz) (2015) (blitz), Zurich SUI, rd 5, Feb-13
Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Warsaw Variation (A88)  ·  0-1

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Feb-13-15  Sokrates: This game leaves me puzzled. How could white lose this game? It seemed to me that Kramnik had cornered Caruana for a long while.
Feb-13-15
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  HeMateMe: Perhaps VK had the draw in hand when he kept his queen deep in black territory, but lost the thread when he retreated his Queen to e2.
Feb-13-15  patfoley: It looks like 20 ... E6 exposed an overworked Q and B system.
Feb-14-15  ounos: 55. Kf1 was dumb... just give up the pawn, Ne6-Nf4, keep the K at g2, and it's a draw
Feb-14-15  ounos: Btw 22. ...Nb5 was neat

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