World Cup (2): Kamsky beats Shirov

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Kamsky has won his White game against Shirov, the second game of the FIDE Word Cup Final 2007, after he drew the first game with Black yesterday. These guys have two things in common: they're 1.e4-players and they both won't participate in Corus this year. :-( In a very interesting game Shirov went down in a difficult ending with mutual timetrouble, where Kamsky played very strongly. The analysis below is the live coverage of today.

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