Magnus Carlsen refuted Loek van Wely‘s rather dubious try against the Averbakh King’s Indian using almost purely positional means. Carlsen sacrificed a pawn on b2 but was left with a wonderful position and van Wely resigned on move 33 with Carlsen having an advantage all over the board. An outstanding lesson of controlled positional chess.
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