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Close chess game (Magnus Carlsen vs Hikaru Nakamura)

by Richard Liu

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Oh No……
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What was that mooove?
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Huh?????????
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By Richard Liu 5RIC
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Chapter 1: Magnus draws with Hikaru
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Meanwhile...
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Magnus falls down the stairs when he sees Nakamura's next move!!!!
Big Blunder
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And Magnus puts his queen on the right side of the board, then slams the clock.
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10.d4 Nbd7 11.Nbd2 Bb7 12.Bc2 Re8 13.Nf1 Bf8 14.Ng3 g6 15.b3. The main move is 15.a4 but Shirov has played it before and it didn't bring him much: 15...c5 16.d5 c4 17.Bg5 h6 18.Be3 Nc5 19.Qd2 h5 20.Bg5 (20.Ra3 Nfd7 21.Rea1 Bg7 22.Bg5 Bf6 23.Bh6 Qe7 24.Qc1 Nb6 25.axb5 axb5 26.Ra5 Qd7= Shirov,A (2715)-Kramnik,V (2809)/Monte Carlo (rapid) 200220...Be7 21.Ra3 Rb8 22.axb5 axb5 23.Rea1 Qc7 24.Qe3 Ra8 25.Bh6 Nh7 26.Nh2 Rxa3 27.Rxa3 h4 28.Ne2 Ra8 29.Rxa8+ Bxa8 Shirov,A (2710)-Van der Sterren,P (2555)/Wijk aan Zee 1998. 15...a5. This is Kamsky's novelty introduced in his 4th round game versus Svidler. White achieved some pressure there and Shirov is ready to repeat Svidler's play. The usual move is 15...Bg7, another critical continuation is 15...d5. Shirov himself experienced troubles with black after 15...c6 16.Bg5 Bg7 17.Qd2 Qc7 18.a4 d5 19.dxe5 Nxe5 20.Nxe5 Qxe5 21.Bf4 Qe6 22.e5 Nd7 23.Bh6 Bh8 24.f4 
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