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  1. Although 19…d5 may be, objectively, no better than the straightforward 19…bc3 20.Be3 d5, it’s very instructive how Carlsen maximizes the possibility of creating, retaining, or increasing the tension in a position, as well as making it more difficult for Karjakin to select his next move quickly. I am definitely keeping this game in mind when I’m playing a must win game! That being said, did Karjakin miss a possibility of creating some chances for himself with 18.fe6 Qxe6 19.Qxe6 Rxe6 20.Bb4!?

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