|Dec-29-16|| ||chancho: This game caused quite the reaction with the commentators.|
|Dec-29-16|| ||John Abraham: The last time that Morozevich beat Anand in a standard game was in 2001.|
|Dec-29-16|| ||electrocloud: <John Abraham> no, Morozevich vs Anand, 2005|
|Jan-01-17|| ||dumbgai: What a beautiful game by Morozevich, demolishing Anand in just 24 moves!|
|Jan-23-17|| ||An Englishman: Good Morning: According to the Guardian UK, even Morozevich thought 8.h4 was bad, but Anand missed 9...Ba6! and paid the price.|
|Jan-23-17|| ||ChessHigherCat: 14. Re1 loses the c pawn after Bb4|
|Jan-23-17|| ||ChessHigherCat: <An Englishman: Good Morning: According to the Guardian UK, even Morozevich thought 8.h4 was bad, but Anand missed 9...Ba6! and paid the price.>
Hi, sorry, I don't get the follow-up to 9. B...a6! 10. exf... White can trade queens then on the open file so there's no more pin on c4, and if black plays Nb6 the pawn is easy to defend with b3.|
|Jan-24-17|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: 9...Ba6; 10.exf6,Qxe2+; 11.Bxe2,Nxf6 keeps the King side pawns healthy and prevents Bh5+. 11...Bb4+ might also suffice for Black.|
|Jan-24-17|| ||ChessHigherCat: <An Englishman: Good Evening: 9...Ba6; 10.exf6,Qxe2+; 11.Bxe2,Nxf6 keeps the King side pawns healthy and prevents Bh5+. 11...Bb4+ might also suffice for Black.> I see, thanks. It didn't look like a bad move, it's just that when I see a suggestion by Morozevich with an exclamation point I generally expect some kind of miraculous combination.|
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