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Interview with Aronian and Leko

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There was much more to say about the game Aronian-Leko from round 11 than I did say about it. White got a strategic advantage but at some point he got over-excited and blundered. But then he found the nice manoevre Na2-c1-d3-e1-f3, when Leko didn't play the most convincing way. Actually, a lot happened in this game, and in the minds of the players too. How does a 2700 player react when he blunders? To what extend is his play influenced by earlier games in the tournament? These are some of the questions Macauley asked Levon Aronian and Peter Leko in his latest video.



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