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Richard Rapport vs Levon Aronian
Bundesliga (2015/16), Munich GER, rd 9, Feb-21
Zukertort Opening: Queen Pawn Defense (A06)  ·  1-0

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Feb-21-16  Eduardo Bermudez: Pretty good job by Rapport !!
Feb-23-16  Keyser Soze: Yeah nice and tricky endgame here
Feb-23-16  poteite: Why not 46 Bc6 ?
Feb-23-16  waustad: Considering the team situations, this was huge. Baden Baden is now in second place, despite bringing in the big guns against Solingen. Both teams had beaten all of their other opposition, but Solingen has a better score in game points after their 4-4 tie.
Feb-24-16  fisayo123: He outplayed Aronian twice in this game.

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