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Alexander Morozevich vs Alexander G Beliavsky
European Team Championship (2007), Heraklion GRE, rd 4, Oct-31
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation. Keres Defense (E32)  ·  1-0

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Nov-01-07  Coleman: Just briefly looking at this game it appears Morozevich has significant preparation with the black pieces in this opening. Beliavsky never had a chance.
Nov-01-07  Riverbeast: Now I know why Morozevich used to play openings like the Chigorin...he just likes to get these GMs out of theory, and just play chess...then his originality and creativity takes over.

I've never seen a Nimzo-indian played quite like this for white. Rxd4, Be2 all look new to me ...and I thought this opening had been analyzed to death

Nov-01-07  OneArmedScissor: This game is a pleasure to watch. Moro in his element.
Nov-01-07  Riverbeast: He had Beliavsky so confused the man played...Nf8 on his last move!

Befuddledavsky!

Nov-01-07  SickedChess: this game ended with 35. Bd3 I see the live transmition

Nov-01-07  Riverbeast: Okay, that makes more sense.
Nov-02-07  timhortons: <coleman> nice avatar dude....in his games moro is like hannibal in battle of cannae and alexander in the battle of gaugamela fielding his pieces properly and slicing the enemys rank creating chaos and confusion

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