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Caruana took some risks against Naiditsch, who got attacking chances; but the tournament 'wild man' went astray in time trouble, then kept attacking after the advantage had shifted to Black. The final position was entertaining. One had the feeling that Anand was getting something, after Meier's Q-side got rolled up, but our silicon friend says no. Finally Anand had to take measures to defang the ominous Black h-pawn. Good counterplay by Meier.Fridman-Adams was a dull game out of a dull opening variation. White kept an 'optical' advantage, but nothing was going to happen unless Black erred badly. Adams wasn't about to do that.
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