Modern Chess: Move By Move

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Contents
Preface 5
Introduction 7
1 Kasimdzhanov-Kasparov, Linares 2005 22
2 Dreev-Dominguez, Poikovsky 2005 36
3 Adams-Yusupov, French League 2005 46
4 Topalov-Anand, Sofia 2005 56
5 Bacrot-Rublevsky, Khanty-Mansiysk 2005 73
6 Karjakin-Anand, Wijk aan Zee 2006 85
7 Svidler-Topalov, Morelia 2006 98
8 Sargissian-Nisipeanu, German League 2006 119
9 Leko-Radjabov, Morelia 2006 126
10 Ivanchuk-Aronian, Russian Team Championship 2006 139
11 Karpov-Akopian, Russian Team Championship 2006 151
12 Bareev-Efimenko, Turin Olympiad 2006 161
13 Kramnik-Leko, Dortmund 2006 172
14 Navara-Socko, Polish Team Championship 2006 186
15 Sokolov-Polgar, Hoogeveen 2006 199
16 Shirov-Aronian, Moscow 2006 212
17 Shirov-Illescas Cordoba, Pamplona 2006 228
18 Rublevsky-Grischuk, 7th matchgame, Elista 2007 239
19 Van Wely-Radjabov, Biel 2007 250
20 Ni Hua-Jakovenko, Nizhniy Novgorod 2007 265
21 Alekseev-Tkachiev, Spanish Team Championship 2007 279
22 Stellwagen-Eljanov, German League 2007 292
23 Carlsen-Tiviakov, European Team Championship, Crete 2007 300
24 Kamsky-Carlsen, Khanty-Mansiysk 2007 312
25 Morozevich-Sakaev, Russian Championship, Moscow 2007 321
26 Wang Yue-Movsesian, Pamplona 2007 336
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27 Cheparinov-Nepomniachtchi, Wijk aan Zee 2008 344
28 Eljanov-Ponomariov, Kharkiv 2008 354
29 Bu Xiangzhi-Zvjaginsev, Russian Team Championship 2008 361
30 Gelfand-Alekseev, Russian Team Championship 2008 373
31 Mamedyarov-Nepomniachtchi, Russian Team Ch’ship 2008 381
32 Inarkiev-Karjakin, Russian Team Championship 2008 388
33 Karjakin-Inarkiev, Baku 2008 401
Index of Openings 413
Index of Games 415