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Artyom Timofeev vs Alexander Morozevich
Russian Championship Superfinal (2007), Moscow RUS, rd 6, Dec-24
Sicilian Defense: Modern Variations (B50)  ·  0-1



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Dec-24-07  micahtuhy: Four wins in a row for Morozevich in this Russian Championship. Keep it up Moro! To the Kings!
Dec-24-07  Nezhmetdinov: I love the way moro's pieces shuffle over to the king's side for the coup de gras. It makes one glad to be alive to know this man is still young and will keep producing demanding, fighting chess for us to admire. Could the lad be gaining real consistency? Kick on Aleksander!
Dec-24-07  Hot Logic: At one stage Moro had five pieces and a pawn aimed at the d4 square, it was very interesting to see him using overprotection to take control of the centre and un-coordinate White.
Dec-24-07  Whack8888: After a very lackluster loss early in the tournament, Moro has (as I believe some people predicted would happen) been completely on fire, which is awesome.
Dec-25-07  Viking55803: That was a game with beautiful movement and sweeping right cross for the K.O.
Dec-26-07  maxxowar: I can't understand 23.Kf1 and 24.Ke2. Did Timofeev think to support the struggle in the centre and towards the pawn-d3 with his King? These moves let him just exposed to the Moro attack.
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  ToTheDeath: Timofeev thought he was in an ending. Morozevich gently reminded him that it was still a middlegame. He gently reminded him in the same way that Mike Tyson gently dealt with his opponents.

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