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D47 ECO index

GM Misa Pap - Best Championship Matches - 11. 2006 - Kramnik vs. Topalov
Topalov, Kramnik
D45, D47, D12, E08 QGD; Semi-Slav 5.e3, QGD; Semi-Slav 7.Bc4, QGD; Slav Defence 4.e3 Bf5, Catalan Closed 7.Qc2
GM Joel’s Need to Know Basics - Video 14
Petrosian, Tal, Johannessen, Sarkar, Benjamin, Timman, Nogueiras, Kramnik, Kasparov
A13, D93, E32, C50, D47, D27 English Opening, Gruenfeld with Bf4, Nimzo-Indian: Classical, Giuoco Piano, QGD Semi-Slav, QGA Classical
GM Miguel Illescas - Chess Strategy Lessons - Video 15
Saenz, Illescas, Karpov, Tumakov, Nakamura
B22, D47, B74, D11 Sicilian: Alapin's variation, Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, Sicilian: dragon classical, QGD Slav 4.e3
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Rook and Knight vs. Rook - Part 2
Kramnik, Kasparov, Gelfand, Lautier, Fominyh, Mohota
D27, D47, E05
Attack with LarryC: Attacking Lines for Attacking Players #4
Wells, Habu
D47
IM Lilov’s Carlsen Positional Secrets - Part 10
Carlsen, Aronian
D47
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda - part 2
Rellstab, Junge, Bogoljubow, Foltys
D47, B84, D59 QGD Semi-slav, Sicilian: Scheveningen, QGD: Tartakower
Zurich Chess challenge 2015 - Round 1
Aronian, Karjakin, Caruana, Nakamura
D47, B90 QGD: semi-Slav, Sicilian: Najdorf
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Easy Come Easy Go - A story of Modern Opening Preparation - part 2
Karjakin, Topalov, Mamedyarov, Le Quang Liem
C11, D47 French, QGD Semi-Slav
Tata Steel 2013 - Game Of the Day - Rd 4 - GM Levon Aronian vs. GM Vishy Anand
Aronian, Anand
D47 QGD semi-Slav: Meran variation