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Game Of the Week: GM Lie vs. GM Kozul

Opening: B41: Sicilian

Player(s): Lie, Kozul

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It has been a crazy Olympiad, filled with head-scratching performances, from the sublime-Sam Shankland's amazing winning streak to the ridiculous-overall poor play from the Russian team, baffling blunders from Ivanchuk. Magnus Carlsen has not been especially good in the Olympiad before, and he hasn't excelled here on home turf, with surprising losses to Naiditsch and Saric.

Perhaps he doesn't easily find motivation in a tournament that he has no chance to win. While Magnus suffered against his young Croatian opponent in round ten, an incredible barn-burner took place just a few feet away. Norwegian GM Kjetil Lie launched a massive attack against the veteran grandmaster Zdenko Kozul. Sacrifices, counter sacrifices, bizarre material balances, and unfortunately, time pressure, dominated this strange encounter. Let's see how it went down.

  White: GM Kjetil -Lie
Black: GM Zdenko Kozul
Description:   Chess Olynmpiad 2014
ECO:  ECO: B41
Run Time: 00:46:27

Teacher's library (453) B41 Lie Kozul game analysis

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