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drawcula

drawcula
 n.— «After his first win in his very first outing in the event against Topalov, Anand was caught what chess pundits often refer to as “drawcula,” with seven draws on the trot.» —“Chess: Anand outwits Kasimdzhanov” NDTV (India) Mar. 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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