Morozevich has flair, you've got to give him that. He has said of his own games that they always turn out being crazy: hanging pieces and exposed royalty every day of the week. For a Super-Grandmaster he's fairly inconsistant (it's this crazyness which somewhat randomizes his results) but at his best he is a danger to anyone. It's no suprise that Morozevich scores some of his best results at the Melody Amber tournament. In this blindfold and rapid play event inspiration comes before perspiration and Morozevich's brilliance has a chance to shine without his opponents being able to take advantage of the microscopic fault lines in his play. We predict that he'll be there or there abouts for many years to come.

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Here's a game between Mozza and Nige from a bit ago.

Morozevich,A-Topalov,V 2006

1. Nf3 Nf6
2. g3 b6
3. d4 Bb7
4. c4 e6
5. Bg2 Bb4+
6. Bd2 a5
7. O-O O-O
8. Nc3 Re8
9. Rc1 d6
10. Bg5 Bxc3
11. Rxc3 Nbd7
12. Re1 h6
13. Bc1 c5
14. b3 Qc7
15. Bb2 a4
16. bxa4 Ra6
17. d5 exd5
18. cxd5 Rea8
19. Nh4 Rxa4
20. a3 b5
21. Nf5 b4
22. axb4 Rxb4
23. Rb3 Qb6
24. Rxb4 Qxb4
25. Qb1 Rb8
26. Ba1 Ba8
27. Qc1 c4
28. Bc3 Qb3
29. Qa1 Kh7
30. Nd4 Qb6
31. Nc6 Re8
32. Rb1 Qc7
33. Qa6 Ne5
34. Nxe5 dxe5
35. e4 Rb8
36. Rxb8 Qxb8
37. Qxc4 Qb1+
38. Qf1 Qc2
39. Qe1 Nd7
40. h4 Bb7
41. Qd2 Qb1+
42. Kh2 Ba6
43. Qb2 Qxb2
44. Bxb2 f6
45. Ba3 g5
46. Bh3 Bb5
47. h5 Kg7
48. f3 Nb6
49. Kg1 Be8
50. Bg4 Bd7
51. Bxd7 Nxd7
52. Kf2 Kf7
53. Ke2 Ke8
54. Kd3 Kd8
55. Kc4 Ke8
56. Kb5

Game source: Chesslab - a fantastic online resource.

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