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Grimur Grimsson vs Hannes Hlifar Stefansson
Greenland Open (2003), Qaqortoq GRL, rd 1, Jun-28
Queen Pawn Game: Stonewall Attack (D00)  ·  0-1

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Oct-22-19
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  fredthebear: White's first three moves are typical of a Stonewall Attack, but the wall never gets finished (no f4 advance to support Ne5 or Ng5). This is more of Colle-Zukertort Opening (although most "Yusupov-Rubinstein" Stonewall Attacks do fianchetto the Bb2).

Here are some better Bb2 Colle/Stonewall variations for White:

Tarrasch vs G Irion, 1887

Tarrasch vs M Kuerschner, 1889

Gunsberg vs Chigorin, 1890

Pillsbury vs Taubenhaus, 1893

Rubinstein vs Salwe, 1903

Rubinstein vs F G Jacob, 1907

Swiderski vs J N Berger, 1908

Marshall vs Von Bardeleben, 1908

Capablanca vs R Illa, 1911

Capablanca vs J Baca Arus, 1912

Capablanca vs J Bernstein, 1913

Capablanca vs B H Villegas, 1914

Breyer vs K Havasi, 1918

Euwe vs G Kroone, 1921

Euwe vs Rubinstein, 1923

Nimzowitsch vs Von Gottschall, 1925

Colle vs Gruenfeld, 1926

Marshall vs Euwe, 1929

Rubinstein vs M Monticelli, 1929

Bogoljubov vs Erik Andersen, 1931

Sultan Khan vs H K Mattison, 1931

Lisitsin vs Goglidze, 1933

Alekhine vs S Rosselli del Turco, 1934

Santasiere vs B Blumin, 1939

Bondarevsky vs Botvinnik, 1941

Najdorf vs C Hounie Fleurquin, 1946

Keres vs Taimanov, 1951

F Parr vs R W M Baxter, 1962

M Shereshevsky vs Kupreichik, 1976

K Langeweg vs Browne, 1978

A Lein vs K Regan, 1978

Yusupov vs K Hulak, 1983

V Kovacevic vs B Abramovic, 1986

Yusupov vs Tal, 1988

Yusupov vs Anand, 1991

Yusupov vs P Schlosser, 1997

Yusupov vs Beliavsky, 1998

Oct-24-19
Premium Chessgames Member
  fredthebear: More Bb2 Colle-Zukertort/Stonewall variations (including some Queen's Gambit Declined relatives):

K Junge vs C Kottnauer, 1942

Szabo vs Bisguier, 1955

Petrosian vs Taimanov, 1955

Kotov vs Kholmov, 1971

Gligoric vs Unzicker, 1973

Zsuzsa Polgar vs K Dimitrov, 1984

Zsuzsa Polgar vs R Knaak, 1990

Portisch vs Larsen, 1999

E Schiller vs R Mapp, 1999

Yusupov vs Dautov, 2000

Dreev vs Topalov, 2000

L Filatov vs S F Mayer, 2000

E Schiller vs S Naylor, 2000

E Schiller vs D T Steel, 2000

G Castaneda vs Zaw Win Lay, 2000

E F Pecci vs Fritz, 2001

Korchnoi vs Grischuk, 2001

J van Ruitenburg vs Hans Hofstra, 2001

E Schiller vs X Lopez Roca, 2002

Radjabov vs Beliavsky, 2002

N Dzagnidze vs Korbut, 2001

Radjabov vs Naiditsch, 2003

A Miltner vs R Appel, 2004

Yusupov vs L Adasiak, 2005

Yusupov vs J Sprenger, 2005

Koneru vs T Kosintseva, 2005

A Kogan vs N Templier, 2005

E Schiller vs P Grieve, 2005

D Kosic vs T Christensen, 2005

A Miltner vs D Sebastian, 2006

M Sharbaf vs J Lavasani, 2006

L Bruzon Batista vs Anand, 2006

J Kraai vs Nakamura, 2007

L Pantsulaia vs S Kristjansson, 2007

Kramnik vs Van Wely, 2007

Karpov vs N Guliyev, 2007

Yusupov vs Naiditsch, 2008

Khenkin vs Pavasovic, 2008

S Cherednichenko vs M Manakova, 2009

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