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Dmitry Jakovenko vs Alexander Morozevich
Russian Championship Superfinal (2005), Moscow RUS, rd 3, Dec-21
Queen Pawn Opening: General (A40)  ·  1-0

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Dec-22-05  VishyFan: <iron maiden> forfeit games doesn't count towards rating changes, they'll only effect the tournament standings....
Dec-22-05  moroloser: Sorry, what happened? I overslept...
Dec-22-05  Vanka: nobody has ever won a game by oversleeping !
Dec-22-05  Vanka: Moro just gets more pleasure sleeping with girls not by playing chess :)
Dec-22-05  PinkPanther: Is Moro actually going to lose rating points for this game?
Dec-22-05  PinkPanther: <Vanka>
Who the hell wouldn't?
Dec-22-05  alicefujimori: Moro got blown off in 1 move...
Dec-23-05  Vanka: People "d4" is a new revolutionally right-away immediately winning move. Even great chess players like Morozevich cant do nothing to fight against this move and after long, one-hour thinking they just resign. I must remember this new move for using in my games vs grandmasters !!!
Dec-23-05  SickedChess: Moro is now reloaded :) two wins in a row!
http://www.chessbase.com/images2/20... (Moro and girlfriend) I also overslept with girls sometimes ;) is good for health!
Dec-23-05  notsodeepthought: <Vanka: Moro just gets more pleasure sleeping with girls not by playing chess :) PinkPanther: <Vanka> Who the hell wouldn't?>

Depends on the position.

Dec-23-05  setebos: Is there any chance the "girl" is named Stolichnaya?
Dec-23-05  tiburon92: Who ever said anything about sleeping? :P
Dec-23-05
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  BishopofBlunder: There was no choice but to resign. Black was way behind in development.
Dec-23-05  misguidedaggression: <notsodeepthought> Absolutly brilliant!
Dec-23-05
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  Ron: Why can't any of my chess opponents oversleep?
Dec-25-05  Coleman: Merrrrrry Christmas!!! I simply do not see a win for black here. I've been going over the possibilities and my mind is now frozen. Perhaps the internet community can help me with this minacious d4 mess.....I crack myself up. Hope everyone has a great Christmas.
Dec-29-05  DutchDunce: Interesting how the identical game was played in Karpov vs Leko, 1995, yet the result there was a draw. Oddly, the reason had something to do with a too-early start time as well.
May-23-06  DeepBlade: So Fisher was wrong after all...
Sep-05-06  hidude: why cant my opponents do that too
Oct-24-06  Archives: This game is a prime example of what Fischer meant when he wrote, "1.d4 - best by test!"
Apr-23-07  Hot Logic: Morozevich is well known for 'unconventional play' but this time he has really gone too far!
Jul-13-07  Bob726: d4= 1-0
Sep-29-08  Poisonpawns: One of the greatest attacks in recent times.The pieces seemed locked in a bizarre cryogenic state! and bam!,Wham!,this one move caused the board to explode.
Dec-27-08  weak: after 1...e6 2. Bg5 d5 and Black loses his Queen. he overlooked 1...Nf6!! leaving Black with a good game
May-14-12  Poisonpawns: One of the greatest tactical explosions you will ever see.The moves were so strong that invisible ink was used,so that others could not follow.
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