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The following game was played just a few hours ago. It's a wonderful miniature which Bacrot won because either Morozevic didn't want a draw or simply missed how to get it (I think he was probably still trying to win by inertia, after what seemed like a good position out of the opening. Both players got a little short of time...)
I've also annotated the 5 other games played so far at Biel.
Available at my site, chesspupil.com
overtactics, that's why I'm playing Slav.gambit too
Amazing game [8-()
@ hicetnunc: Thanks! I see it now!
@cookie3 : Black threatens checkmate by Qb1# - if white plays 16.Bxg7+ after Ne7 he doesn't have time to take the rook and must still find a way to stop the checkmate threat
That game was in the style of Morphy!
on move 16 white played Bd6+. Was Bxg7+ a bad move; and if so, why?
Yes! Very HARD problem is to play against your own style!
That's a very impressive win, especially as it looks like Bacrot was suprised by Moro's opening choices and spent a lot of time on the clock, even before playing Qd2...
8 hours ago
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