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International - Ajedrez date: 18/03/2020  hour: 12:00
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individual individual
WON
Tip More than 42.5 movements
Odds Stake 9/8 1
WON
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The bet is on the game between Hao and Giri. The second day of the tournament arrives and both players are day and night, the Chinese beat his compatriot giving the surprise and Giri showed a bad image against Nepo.
 
 After the first day we have seen that all the games have reached the cut of the first 40 plays for which they have 100 minutes and thus obtain another 50 minutes. Unless there is a very serious error, it seems strange to see a game that does not reach 40 movements.
 
 In Hao's game he has reached 45 moves and Giri's despite going one point below since move 15 has endured 60 more plays and has not been able to achieve even the tables.
 
 In direct duels there is little that Hao has returned this year to the elite after dedicating himself to teaching the sport for years. They are all games from 2013 and the only one nearby was a quick one in 2018.
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International - Ajedrez - individual vs individual - March 18th, 2020
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2020, 05:52:04 PM »
International - Ajedrez date: 18/03/2020  hour: 12:00
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individual individual
WON
Tip Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime or Ding, Liren
Odds Stake 68/29 0.5
WON
 Reasoning ...

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Game between the French GM against the Chinese GM, where we are going to look for one of the players to win.
 
 Vachier has been quite solid against Caruana today and Liren, despite the defeat, has played well. His problem came from a serious error on move 30 with the f4 pawn, which meant that he lost all the advantage he had then. 10 plays later, he said goodbye to his draw possibilities after 40. Rdd2 accompanied by the loss of H.'s pawn.
 
 In short, I do not think they have played badly either. The results of the first day oblige, especially Liren, to look for something more than the tables and this tournament, unlike the rest, only has a prize for the 1st place since it is the one that can challenge Carlsen.
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