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    I resign this game aswell, too many pawns

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    Thank you for the game. The opening was a Rybka improvement over previous games with 11. ...Rg8 and up to the 18th, though my analysis had stopped there with 18...Ne4 and I couldn't see how that was meant to work, so went my own way with Nd7. BTW I had this stored in the database since May and I think it is the first time it has ever been played. Very interesting imbalance, exchange for three extra pawns, there may be cleaner ways to play it, but a good fun game.
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    I enjoyed this game tremendously. Go direct to the CC hall of fame.
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    I was completely out of theory by move 9, and was only going of the games I saw in the Super GM Tourny that Kramnik just won. I realised soon after, i think i was suppose to play 9. Ne4 first, but im not sure if 9. h4 is much worse or its a different variation. But yea was interesting, i think i should store that in my database now

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