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Morozevich Player index

Play the Pap Attack! - 9…Nc6
Pap, Stanojevic, Simonyi, Topalov, Morozevich, Lie, Brynell, Nun, Schmittdiel
C02 French: advanced variation
GM Petrov’s Attack the King! - Attack with Pawns
So, Nakamura, Morozevich, Rowson
E99, B80 King's Indian: Orthodox Taimanov, Sicilian: Scheveningen
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 72
Rodshtein, Riazantsev, Rublevsky, Alekseenko, Morozevich, Vidit, Grandelius, Gledura, Ju Wenjun, Tan Zhongyi
B12, B92, D96, B22, E01, D30
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Revolution Revisited - Part 14
Navara, Morozevich
C93 Ruy Lopez
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Revolution Revisited - Part 11
Andriasian, Dreev, Vachier-Lagrave, Ding, Morozevich, Rozum, Hovhannisyan
B12 Caro-Kann
GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 42
Morozevich, Sjugirov, Artemiev, Vovk, Bartholomew, Ding, Lodici
B90, A46, B56, D35
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: Revolution Revisited - Part 5
Carlsen, Anand, Zherebukh, Belous, Morozevich, Grachev
B85 Sicilian - Classical Scheveningen
Game Of the Week: Morozevich vs. Bukavshin - Nutcracker Match of generations
Morozevich, Bukavshin
B48 Sicilian: Taimanov variation
Attack with LarryC: The Good, The Dubious and The Ugly
Lenic, Berg, Blomqvist, Jones, Morozevich, Gargatagli
E94, B27, B90 King's Indian, Sicilian, Sicilian Najdorf
Game Of the Week: Bachmann vs. Morozevich - Barcelona GM International
Bachmann, Morozevich
A07 Reti: King's Indian attack
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Slav Defense #8
Tomashevsky, Romanov, Malakhov, Gleizerov, Gelfand, Morozevich
A84 Dutch defense
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Slav Defense #7
Kramnik, Morozevich, Kasparov, Reis, Smejkal, Meduna
D15, D94 QGD Slav, Grunfeld
Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiad - Part 6
Aronian, Sokolov, Navara, Sargissian, Morozevich
E35, E17, B06 Nimzo-Indian, Queen's Indian, Robatsch Defense
Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiad - Part 5
Morozevich, Ivanchuk
B12 Caro-Kann
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The Forgotten Man - Part 2
Morozevich, Grischuk, Vitiugov, Tomashevsky
A48, B40, D11 King's Indian, Sicilian, QGD Slav
Every Russian Schoolboy Knows: The Forgotten Man - Part 1
Morozevich, Grischuk
A48 King's Indian
Game Of the Week: GM Morozevich vs. GM Laznicka
Morozevich, Laznicka
A00 Benko
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 10
Giri, Topalov, Morozevich, Mamedyarov, Gelfand, Grischuk
B12, D78, E73 Caro-Kann: advance variation, Neo-Grünfeld, 6.O-O c6, King's Indian: Averbakh system
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
FIDE GP Beijing 2013 - Round 6
Karjakin, Mamedyarov, Morozevich, Kamsky
C42, D98 Petrov: Nimzovich attack, Grünfeld: Russian, Smyslov variation
FIDE GP Beijing 2013 - Round 4
Mamedyarov, Wang Hao, Morozevich, Gelfand
D10, D97 QGD Slav defense, Grünfeld: Russian, Prins variation
FIDE GP Beijing 2013 - Round 3
Morozevich, Karjakin
E15 Queen's Indian: Nimzovich variation (exaggerated fianchetto)
Tal Memorial 2013 - Round 9
Nakamura, Morozevich
E10 QGD: Vienna variation
Sharpen your chess-sense with IM Watson! - Repertoire for Black - The French #12
Leko, Morozevich
C00-C19 French Defense
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 10
Kamsky, Morozevich, Grischuk, Dominguez, Topalov, Caruana
C96, D70, C78 Ruy Lopez: closed (10...c5), Neo-Grünfeld defense, Ruy Lopez: 5.O-O
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 8
Kamsky, Nakamura, Topalov, Bacrot, Dominguez, Morozevich
C03, C65 French: Tarrasch, Ruy Lopez: Berlin defense
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 7
Ponomariov, Ivanchuk, Caruana, Bacrot, Grischuk, Morozevich, Topalov, Kasimdzhanov, Kamsky, Svidler, Dominguez, Nakamura
A39, D20, A88, A30, B92, E11
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 6
Ponomariov, Ivanchuk, Caruana, Bacrot, Grischuk, Morozevich, Topalov, Kasimdzhanov, Kamsky, Svidler, Dominguez, Nakamura
C05, C45, C77, C84, A22, B01
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 5
Kazimdzhanov, Dominguez, Bacrot, Morozevich, Svidler, Topalov
E11, D90, D37 Bogo-Indian defense, Grünfeld: Flohr variation, QGD: classical variation (5.Bf4)
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 4
Morozevich, Nakamura, Topalov, Ivanchuk
B80, B30 Sicilian: Scheveningen variation, Sicilian: Nimzovich-Rossolimo attack (without ...d6)
FIDE GP Thessaloniki - Round 2
Morozevich, Svidler, Caruana, Ivanchuk
C48, C76 Four knights: Rubinstein counter-gambit, Ruy Lopez: modern Steinitz defense, fianchetto (Bronstein) variation
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 9
Nakamura, Morozevich, Kamsky, Caruana, Radjabov, Ponomariov
E91, C84, D20 Sicilian: Najdorf, Adams attack, Ruy Lopez: closed defense, QGA: 3.e4
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 8
Karjakin, Giri, Morozevich, Topalov
E81, A33 King's Indian: Sämisch, 5...O-O, English: symmetrical, Geller variation
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 5
Kamsky, Radjabov, Caruana, Kasimdzhnov, Topalov, Nakamura, Giri, Morozevich
B30, D31, C84, E65 Sicilian: Nimzovich-Rossolimo attack (without ...d6), QGD: Charousek (Petrosian) variation, Ruy Lopez: closed defense, King's Indian: fianchetto, Yugoslav, 7.O-O
FIDE Grand Prix Zug 2013 - Round 4
Kasimdzhanov, Topalov, Morozevich, Karjakin, Mamedyarov, Caruana, Nakamura, Kamsky
E94, E34, D90, D10 King's Indian: orthodox variation, Nimzo-Indian: classical, Noa variation, Grünfeld: modern exchange variation, QGD Slav defense
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
Game Of the Week: Gm Alexander Morozevich vs. GM Dmitry Jakovenko
Morozevich, Jakvenko
D16 QGD; Slav accepted, Alapin 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 Anish Giri vs. GM Alexander Morozevich
Giri, Morozevich
E04 Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3
Game Of the Week: GM Morozevich GM McShane
Alexander Morozevich (GM), Luke McShane (GM)
D15 QGD,Slav, 4.Nc3
Beyond the Opening: Closed Game Structure - QGD #6
Nikolic, Miladinovic, Kramnik, Morozevich, Atalik, Capablanca, Alekhine
Game of the Week: GM Nikita Vitiugov vs. GM Alexander Morozevich
Nikita Vitiugov (GM), Alexander Morozevich (GM)
A16 English opening
Game of the Week: Morozevich vs. Shirov
Alexander Morozevich (GM), Alexei Shirov (GM)
E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical Variation
Game of the Week: GM Yasser Seirawan vs. GM Judit Polgar
Alexander Morozevich (GM), Alexei Shirov (GM)
E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical Variation
Attack with LarryC: Fantastic combinations
Hartlaub, Beharry, Morozevich, Vachier-Lagrave
Attack with LarryC: Moro brilliantly builds attack against Movs but nearly stumbles at the finish
Morozevich, Movsesian
Attack with LarryC: When in doubt—Centralize! Part 1
Morozevich, Ivanchuk