Magnus Carlsen was playing against the former second of Veselin Topalov, Ivan Cheparinov. Ivan is known for his strong opening preparation and also is a powerful player. Magnus gets a very equal position against him right out of the opening. Some players could have very well agreed to a draw at this point. But Magnus Carlsen did not. That’s because he loves to squeeze water out of stone. Check out the game and learn from the great world champion on how equal positions are not drawn positions.
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