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Wang Yue vs Wei Yi
Hainan Danzhou GM (2015), Danzhou CHN, rd 3, Jul-04
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0

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Jul-04-15  gokusano: The master reduces the young warrior to a pulp. Grind, grind, squeeze, squeeze... and presto, 1-0. Wei Yi is still a level down below the great Kasparov.
Jul-04-15  fisayo123: <Wei Yi is still a level down below the great Kasparov.>

And grass is green and water is wet. Surely, this was tongue in cheek?

Jul-04-15  CountryGirl: After move 8 we have a set-up similar to one that Ulf Andersson used to play with success - eg Andersson vs Franco Ocampos, 1979 - except white has a pawn on h4 and black already has his bishop on g7. The Andersson clamp doesn't eventuate and Wei Yi seems to have active pieces, but perhaps no clear idea of what to do with them. Wang Yue controls the position with queenside pressure (the advanced a pawn restricts the bishop). The major difference turns out to be king activity. By move 36 Wang Yue is winning an endgame. An impressive game, and a great contrast to Wei Yi's brilliant attack against Bruzon.
Jul-06-15  4tmac: 34♔d5 "forks" the rooks & wins....very nice
Jul-07-15  iking: dynamic play from Wang Yue ... bravo!

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