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Carlsen - Giri
When knights are worth more than rooks: 21.Qf3!?
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Nepomniachtchi - Giri
A hobbled horse: 28.f3! Re2 29.Bc3 Kh7 30.Rd1.
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Giri - Nepomniachtchi
A pin and a counterpin: 36...Rd8? 37.Rxf5!
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Ding Liren - Carlsen
When you don't need to win at any price: 2...Qg5!? 3.Bg2 Qxd2+.
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Nakamura - Ding Liren
A jumpy knight: 28...Na2! 29.Rxa4 Rxb1 30.Rxb1 Nc3.
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Grischuk - Giri
A sudden raid: 22...Ncb4!
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Nakamura - Ding Liren
Invasion: 77...Rf1 78.Bb2 Bd1! 79.d4 h4+ 80.Kh2 g4, and White resigned.
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Artemiev - Nepomniachtchi
Uninvited visitor : 20...Bb1!
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Nepomniachtchi - Artemiev
Regardless of obstacles: 36.g5 fxg5 37.Nhf5+!
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Caruana - Vachier-Lagrave
Basic devices - pin and fork: 39.Ng3! Ke8 40.Rxe7+ Kxe7 41.Nf5+.
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Vachier-Lagrave - Caruana
Attacking in the endgame: 46.g6+! Kxg6 47.Nf8+ Kf6 48.e5+!
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Grischuk - Harikrishna
The rook is ramming: 29.Re1! Nd7 30.Rxe6!, and Black resigns.
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