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Alexander Morozevich vs Alexander Yuryevich (Nenashev) Graf
Alushta4 (1994), Alushta UKR, rd 2, May-03
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Suhle Defense (C59)  ·  0-1



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Jun-03-04  paradigmshift: What a tactical game! White found a pretty ingenious way to defend his h pawn against the Q but it wasn't enough.
Jan-15-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: The game was won by that oh so precious tempo.A fun game to move through.
Feb-10-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: 34.♕c7? The blunder.Nice triangulation of the ♕,♗ and Rooks by black.Morozevich missed 35.♖xf5 opening up the black ♗ protecting g7,an overzealous Morozevich.
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  mckmac: What a good game. Morozevich doesn't come out of the opening well and he lets Graf develop with annoying threats. Moro looks for the 'one punch' in the moves directly leading up to the 30th, but his position lacks co-ordination.

He's pretty much lost from there and sensibly chooses to throw everything at black, who for the rest of the game seems to be unfazed by the dramas. Nicely played by Alexander Graf.

Aug-25-19  CaroKant: An unbelievable game!
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