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Game Of the Week: Bacrot vs. Tari - Gibraltar Masters 2016

Opening: B11: Caro-Kann: two knights variation

Player(s): Bacrot, Tari

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There were a number of interesting stories at the 2016 Gibraltar Masters. Hikaru Nakamura showed he knows how to turn it on at the end of a Swiss System tournament, taking first after a playoff with Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. Vishy Anand struggled mightily, suffering two upset losses (one to 16-year-old Benjamin Gledura) and drawing several games, including one with American IM Marc Esserman, who also defeated Nigel Short in the tournament. Etienne Bacrot, himself a former prodigy, quietly had a strong tournament, placing third with 7.5 points. In this week's featured game, he fared rather better than Anand against another 16-year-old, Aryan Tari of Norway. A cutting edge, lightly travelled opening variation gave rise to highly tactical play that resolved relatively quickly and brutally.

  White: GM Etienne Bacrot
Black: IM Aryan Tari
Description:   Gibraltar Masters 2016
ECO:  ECO: B11
Caro-Kann: two knights variation
Run Time: 00:37:08

Teacher's library (450) B11 Bacrot Tari game analysis

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