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Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Complex Minor Piece Endgames - Bishop and Knight vs. Two Knights - Part 4
Nakamura, Onischuk, Karpov, Fressinet, Leko, Ehlvest
D36, D32, D46, A07
Game Of the Week: GM Grischuk vs. GM Leko
Grischuk, Leko
D58 QGD: Tartakower
Chess Olympiad 2014 - Round 3
Leko, Wang Yue, Almasi, Yu Yangyi, Aronian, Vachier-Lagrave, Topalov, Vallejo Pons
C42, B92, E84, A85 Petrov, Sicilian Najdorf, King's Indian, Dutch
Sparkassen Chess Meeting 2014 - Round 5
Leko, Naiditsch
D36 QGD
Sparkassen Chess Meeting 2014 - Round 1
Kramnik, Meier, Baramidze, Caruana, Leko, Ponomariov
A30, A87, A88 English, Dutch Defense, Dutch: Leningrad
Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiad - Part 4
Leko, Kasparov, Polgar, Mamedyarov, Krasenkow
C82, C80, B90 Ruy Lopez, Ruy Lopez: Tarrasch, Sicilian: Najdorf
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Tromso Heroes - Part 1
Fressinet, Christiansen, Nepomniachtchi, Wei Hi, Kaidanov, Areshchenko, Granda Zuniga, Leko, Wang Hao, Dreev
Dortmund 2013 - Round 5
Andreikin, Khenkin, Adams, Wang Hao, Kramnik Leko
B12, A15, A37 Caro-Kann: advance variation, English, 1...Nf6 (Anglo-Indian defense), English: symmetrical variation
FIDE GP Beijing 2013 - Round 11
Grischuk, Leko, Topalov, Morozevich, Wang Hao, Kamsky
D38, B07, E21 QGD: Ragozin variation, Philidor: Improved Hanham variation, Nimzo-Indian: three knights variation
FIDE GP Beijing 2013 - Round 7
Leko, Karjakin, Mamedyarov, Topalov, Ivanchuk, Morozevich, Wang Hao, Giri
E15, E32, D02, B07 Queen's Indian: Nimzovich variation (exaggerated fianchetto), Nimzo-Indian: classical variation, Queen's pawn game, Philidor: Improved Hanham variation
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Repertoire for Black - The French #12
Leko, Morozevich
C00-C19 French Defense
Game Of the Week: GM Veselin Topalov vs. GM Peter Leko - FIDE GP Zug
Topalov, Leko
D38 QGD : Ragozin System
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 11
Kamsky, Giri, Leko, Kasimdzhanov, Topalov, Karjakin
A30, C84, A62 Réti opening, Ruy Lopez: closed defense, Benoni: fianchetto, 11...Re8
Ronen through Chess history: Leko vs. Topalov - 2005 World Chess Championship
Leko, Topalov
B90 Sicilian: Najdorf
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 7
Kamsky, Morozevich, Leko, Mamedyarov
B27, C70 Pterodactyl defense, Ruy Lopez: Cozio defense deferred
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 3
Kamsky, Topalov, Karjakin, Ponomariov, Leko, Nakamura
B51, C45, C11 Sicilian: Canal-Sokolsky (Nimzovich-Rossolimo, Moscow) attack, Scotch: Potter variation
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 2
Kasimdzhanov, Kamsky, Topalov, Leko
C03, D38 French: Tarrasch, QGD: Ragozin variation
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 1
Leko, Kamsky, Caruana, Radjabov, Karjakin, Nakamura, Morozevich, Kasimdzhanov
C80, C63, C11, A07 Ruy Lopez: open, Bernstein variation, Ruy Lopez: Schliemann defense, French: Steinitz, Boleslavsky variation, Réti: King's Indian attack, Keres variation
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Scandinavian #3
Topalov, Kamsky, Zjukin, Teelem, Leko, Morozevich
B01, B01, B01 Scandinavian defense, Scandinavian: Marshall variation, Scandinavian: Marshall variation
Game Of the Week: GM Ivan Solokov vs. GM Peter Leko
Sokolov, Leko
E53 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Main line with ...c5
FIDE Grand Prix London 2012 - Game Of the Day - Round 8
Leko, Grischuk
B90 Sicilian
FIDE Grand Prix London 2012 - Game Of the Day - Round 2
Leko, Ivanchuk
C11 French
Gambit Guide: Marshall Gambit 2
Ivanchuk, Leko
C89 Ruy Lopez: Marshall counter-attack
Gambit Guide: Marshall Gambit 1
Ivanchuk, Leko
C89 Ruy Lopez: Marshall counter-attack
Attack with LarryC: No margin for Error
Bacrot, Leko