When the position starts boiling and simmering with complexities, more often than not it is the better who comes out on top. By this logic it would seem that when positions get complex, elite players like Le Quang Liem should be able to get the better of Praggnanandhaa. However, at the Oslo Esports Cup 2022, Praggnanandhaa has managed to show his class. He managed to get the better of Jorden van Foreest in round 1 (2.5-0.5), then against Mamedyarov (2.5-0.5). In the third round he was up against Le Quang Liem. Check out this game and try to get an idea of how strong this young boy plays!
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