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Alexander Morozevich vs Alexander Grischuk
Amber Blindfold (2006) (blindfold), Monte Carlo MNC, rd 3, Mar-20
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen Variation. English Attack (B80)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Mar-20-06  alexandrovm: this is an exiting game in the blindfold...
Mar-20-06  Fan of Leko: Not your usual boring draw for sure.
Mar-20-06  alexandrovm: <Fan of Leko: Not your usual boring draw for sure> lol!
Mar-20-06  Veselin Anderson: I love these Sasha-Sasha games...
Mar-24-06  Nikita Smirnov: At last somebody who plays 6...e6 holding Miguel Najdorf's theory if he was alive and had seen this he would say to those attacking players who play 6...e5: "Oh my god,what are they doing that is the worse theory and it is not my theory!" that is the words of wisdom from the Grand Master Miguel Najdorf who is the father of the Sicilian,Najdorf Variation (my favourite opening which I am an expert on) and it is many more Najdorf players who says to play 6...e6 like Miguel Najdorf,Gary Kasparov,My second chess teacher (Master Jan Ullen) and many more players,chess teachers and of coruse Sicilian,Najdorf lovers.After this you may think that I may become a good chess teacher and that is right I like training kids,friends and also chess lovers so I am going to play and teach!
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: I looked at the game with Junior 7 8 9! They are playing like experts! Howeever, there were a lot of mistakes! I could have played better.
Mar-24-06  Nikita Smirnov: Oh sorry 8...b4? is very bad move better would have been 8...Bb7. 8...b4? is bad because you move on and the same piece when you play.I let him castle so that I may do a big attack on the Queens Side!
Mar-24-06  KYENNY139: <Nikita Smirnov> Interesting1 You are playing like an EXPERT!!!
Mar-26-06  Nikita Smirnov: Thanks I play chess every day!
Mar-26-06  Nikita Smirnov: One question how do you write comments to the game as I see it is comments on many games so how do i do!
Mar-27-06  KYENNY139: <NikitaS> Huh?
Apr-10-06  Nikita Smirnov: May I write comments to a game please (to chessgames)!

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