Morozevich Digest
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Alexander Morozevich

December 4, 2012
Morozevich wins Tashkent

October 21, 2011

Morozevich wins Saratov

June 26, 2011

Morozevich wins Russian 1st League

June 30, 2008

Morozevich wins Bosna

December 30, 2007
Morozevich wins Russia Championship

November 6, 2007

Morozevich wins European Team Championship

May 11, 2007
Morozevich wins Russia Team Championship

December 29, 2006

Morozevich wins Ciudad de Pamplona

October 14, 2006
Morozevich wins European Club Championship

August 3, 2006

Morozevich wins Biel again!

March 30, 2006
Morozevich wins Amber Tournament!

November 10, 2005

Morozevich wins World Team Championship

April 30, 2005
Morozevich wins Russia Team Championship

July 28, 2004
Morozevich wins Biel again

Apr 1, 2004
Morozevich wins Amber Tournament

Sept 15, 2003

Morozevich wins Russia Championship
July 31, 2003

Morozevich wins Biel
January 12, 2003

Morozevich wins Keres Memorial

March 28, 2002
Morozevich wins Amber Tournament

An unorthodox player and indomitable warrior always spoiling for a fight, Alexander Morozevich is one of the most interesting grandmasters of modern chess. He made his international debut as a teenager at the elite Tilburg Interpolis Tournament of 1993, where the shy youngster became the darling of the public for his unique style in an impressive series of consecutive wins against three well-known members of the chess establishment. A year later, he again stunned the chess world when he won the Lloyds Bank Open in London with a phenominal 10.5/11. His predilection for unusual openings does not always make for the best results in match play but that has not prevented him from gradually rising through the ranks to reach his current fourth position in the FIDE ratings. In the tournament arena, where he loves to uncork theoretical novelties and unleash the most daring attacks, he can be virtually irresistible. Asked to describe his style, he replied: Honestly, I dont know. It always turns out crazy: something is always hanging and my King is constantly open But is seems that I can play different chess yet. Some of his peers feel his chess is incorrect but that does not seem to worry him in the least. Such talk doesnt bother me at all, I play as I understand the game and see fit.