Karjakin v Agdestein #chess

A nice game demonstrates the usefulness of computer engines for chess analysis.


Round 5 of the No Logo Norway tournament is presently under away, and early on in today’s play, most of the games look level. The most interesting games for me are the clash between Carlsen and Aronian, which looks like it could be interesting, and Grischuk v Agdestein. Simen has (bravely?!) repeated the defence in his round 3 game against Karjakin, a game that I found profoundly interesting. Simen was though the first to deviate.

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