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Grunfeld (D90)
1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 g6 3 Nc3 d5 4 Nf3

Number of games in database: 884
Years covered: 1923 to 2020
Overall record:
   White wins 32.5%
   Black wins 30.4%
   Draws 37.1%

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PRACTITIONERS
With the White Pieces With the Black Pieces
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov  15 games
Wlodzimierz Schmidt  9 games
Salomon Flohr  8 games
V Tukmakov  9 games
Jan Smejkal  8 games
Anish Giri  8 games
NOTABLE GAMES [what is this?]
White Wins Black Wins
Mamedyarov vs A Giri, 2013
Smyslov vs Stein, 1969
N Vitiugov vs M Ragger, 2013
Huebner vs Kasparov, 1986
Goglidze vs Botvinnik, 1935
Van Wely vs L'Ami, 2004
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 page 1 of 36; games 1-25 of 884  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. B Moritz vs Gruenfeld  0-131192323. DSB KongressD90 Grunfeld
2. Colle vs H K Mattison  ½-½451924Paris Unofficial OlympiadD90 Grunfeld
3. J A Seitz vs L Steiner  1-0301925DebrecenD90 Grunfeld
4. Kupchik vs Carlos Torre  ½-½411925MatchD90 Grunfeld
5. Factor vs Carlos Torre 0-1381926ChicagoD90 Grunfeld
6. E Stoeckl vs A Gerschenkron  0-1361934Trebitsch mem 17thD90 Grunfeld
7. Capablanca vs Botvinnik ½-½241935MoscowD90 Grunfeld
8. Goglidze vs Botvinnik 0-1291935MoscowD90 Grunfeld
9. D Podhorzer vs E Sorensen  ½-½571935Warsaw OlympiadD90 Grunfeld
10. P Frydman vs A Macht  1-0461935Warsaw OlympiadD90 Grunfeld
11. H Kalnins vs P F Schmidt  0-1331936International Olympic trainingD90 Grunfeld
12. A Kiprov vs H Friedmann  0-1431936non-FIDE Munich OlympiadD90 Grunfeld
13. A Kiprov vs M Luckis  ½-½261936non-FIDE Munich OlympiadD90 Grunfeld
14. A Simonson vs Harold Morton  1-0411938USA-chD90 Grunfeld
15. A Reynolds vs P List  0-1231939BirminghamD90 Grunfeld
16. Graf-Stevenson vs Keres  0-1221939Buenos AiresD90 Grunfeld
17. P Woliston vs Pinkus  0-1271940USA-chD90 Grunfeld
18. Denker vs P Woliston  1-0321940USA-chD90 Grunfeld
19. Flohr vs Boleslavsky  ½-½431944KievD90 Grunfeld
20. Flohr vs Tolush 1-0511944USSR ChampionshipD90 Grunfeld
21. Flohr vs V Mikenas  ½-½581944USSR ChampionshipD90 Grunfeld
22. Flohr vs A Zhivtsov 1-0371945Ch MoscowD90 Grunfeld
23. Lilienthal vs Simagin  1-0611945Ch MoscowD90 Grunfeld
24. Ragozin vs Botvinnik  ½-½591945Training GameD90 Grunfeld
25. Zarko Popovic vs Gligoric  ½-½411945YUG-chD90 Grunfeld
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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-06-07  realbrob: No kibizting about the Gruenfeld defense? I think it's a good answer to 1.d4, it's an alternative to the Queen Gambit and it's more dynamic than the East Indian and other openings after 1..Nf6. (I don't mean the East Indian is bad, it's all about the style of the player).
Apr-06-07  alicefujimori: "East" Indian??
May-25-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  Yelena Dembo: Dear friends,

I have written a book on the Gruenfeld Defence (Play the Gruenfeld) for EverymanChess Publishing and it will be out in June in the US & EU in July.

Please check out the ebook free samples and contents at http://www.everymanchess.com/ !:-)

Best wishes,
Yelena

Oct-17-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  Yelena Dembo: This is a recent review of my book on Gruenfeld by Jeremy Silman. Enjoy!

http://www.jeremysilman.com/book_re...

Oct-18-07  Manuel G. Vergara: Hi Yelena: I am one among your numerous chess loving fans here in the philippines particularly here in Baguio City the venue of the Karpov-Korchnoi world championship match that was made in 1978. Warm regards!!!
Apr-12-08  Markuswerth: D90- Three knights exchange is the best line of Gruenfeld.
Apr-12-08  Markuswerth: Nonetheless, I dislike Gruenfeld lines... I prefer 2 nc3 (A45/D00--- my favourite response to 1 d4 nf6)

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