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2013-07-14 10:07:14 AM  
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Also, the woman who asked the question, Bianca Muhren, upload.wikimedia.orgis a leading Dutch player, who does the post-game interviews at that tournament every year and would have just spent the last five hours watching the games that day,  so it would be completely reasonable for Radjabov to expect her to be able to follow a quick recap of the game.

// Play through the game. It's not that hard to understand.  He does give her the answer you are all looking for. Yes, he got lucky and won a piece.
2013-07-14 01:32:35 PM  
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staypuft242: Love strategy games, but never understood how chess is put such high in regard. Too much memorization...


Chess is one of the only games where there is no element of chance. To win you have to out think your opponent and not make any mistakes.
2013-07-14 09:31:20 AM  
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staypuft242: Love strategy games, but never understood how chess is put such high in regard. Too much memorization...


It's not like memorization if you love & understand it...it's more like knowing the words of your favorite songs.
2013-07-14 08:35:51 AM  
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Naturally, if you haven't seen the game, his comments make no sense to you.  You can review the game he was talking about at:<a href="Teimour Radjabov  David Navara--Tata Steel (2012;) Neo-Grunfeld Defense: Misc. with 5.Nf3 (D73) 1-0 The comments then may make a lot more sense to you (if you know anything about chess).
 
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