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GameMovesResultYearEventOpeningCustom Tags
Fabiano Caruana vs. Aleksandr Lenderman  451-02018US Championship C18 French: Winawer, advance variation 
NN vs. NN  26*2018Trap in early Ng5 C57 Two knights defence 
NN vs. NN  191-02018Opening Trap vs Scandinavian B01 Scandinavian (centre counter) defence 
NN vs. NN  38*2018Sicilian Defence Opening Trap B40 Sicilian defence 
NN vs. NN  38*2018Sicilian Defence Opening Trap B40 Sicilian defence 
NN vs. NN  38*2018Sicilian Defence Opening Trap B40 Sicilian defence 
NN vs. NN  14*2018Sicilian Defence Opening Trap B40 Sicilian defence 
NN vs. NN  14*2018Sicilian Defence Opening Trap B40 Sicilian defence 
NN vs. NN  14Result *2018Opening trap C46 Three knights game 
NN vs. NN  17*2018Opening trap C46 Three knights game 
IM Richard Bates vs. CM Tryfon Gavriel  100draw2018North Circular League Match E62 Kings Indian: fianchetto variation 
Arkadij Naiditsch vs. Magnus Carlsen  1000-12018GRENKE Chess Classic B91 Sicilian: Najdorf, Zagreb (fianchetto) variation 
macrofago vs. Ultimate_SHSL_Gamer  251-02018Crew64 Bullet Arena B10 Caro-Kann defence 
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave vs. Fabiano Caruana  760-12018GRENKE Chess Classic A29 English: four knights, kingside fianchetto 
Fabiano Caruana vs. Arkadij Naiditsch  891-02018GRENKE Chess Classic C66 Ruy Lopez: Berlin defence, 4.O-O, d6 
Georg Meier vs. Fabiano Caruana  780-12018GRENKE Chess Classic C69 Ruy Lopez: exchange variation, 5.O-O 
Magnus Carlsen vs. Yifan Hou  1231-02018GRENKE Chess Classic C24 Bishops opening: Berlin defence 
Fabiano Caruana vs. Magnus Carlsen  117draw2018GRENKE Chess Classic E61 Kings Indian defence, 3.Nc3 
Levon Aronian vs. Sergey Karjakin  1480-12018World Championship Candidates A13 English opening 
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs. Alexander Grischuk  831-02018World Championship Candidates D78 Neo-Gruenfeld, 6.O-O c6 
Alexander Grischuk vs. Fabiano Caruana  1400-12018World Championship Candidates C43 Petrov: modern (Steinitz) attack 
Fabiano Caruana vs. Levon Aronian  791-02018World Championship Candidates C88 Ruy Lopez: closed 
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs. Ding Liren  860-12018World Championship Candidates D41 QGD: Semi-Tarrasch, 5.cd 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Fabiano Caruana  1111-02018World Championship Candidates C42 Petrovs defence 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Fabiano Caruana  1111-02018World Championship Candidates C42 Petrovs defence 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Fabiano Caruana  1111-02018World Championship Candidates C42 Petrovs defence 
Vladimir Kramnik vs. Levon Aronian  771-02018World Championship Candidates C50 Kings pawn game 
Daniel L Bisby vs. Nodirbek Abdusattorov  840-12018Reykjavik Open A07 Reti: Kings Indian attack (Barcza system) 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Vladimir Kramnik  811-02018World Championship Candidates D35 QGD: 3...Nf6 
Alexander Grischuk vs. Vladimir Kramnik  1851-02018World Championship Candidates D40 QGD: Semi-Tarrasch defence 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Wesley So  911-02018World Championship Candidates E51 Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3 e8g8, 5.Nf3 d7d5 
Levon Aronian vs. Fabiano Caruana  740-12018World Championship Candidates D39 QGD: Ragozin, Vienna variation 
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs. Vladimir Kramnik  1271-02018World Championship Candidates D35 QGD: 3...Nf6 
Wesley So vs. Levon Aronian  1591-02018World Championship Candidates C84 Ruy Lopez: closed defence 
Baskaran Adhiban vs. Richard Rapport  601-02018Reykjavik Open D15 QGD Slav: 4.Nc3 
Sergey Karjakin vs. Levon Aronian  1440-12018World Championship Candidates D39 QGD: Ragozin, Vienna variation 
Vladimir Kramnik vs. Fabiano Caruana  1420-12018World Championship Candidates C42 Petrovs defence 
Gavriel vs. Hawkins  780-12018North Circular Chess League C76 Ruy Lopez: modern Steinitz defence, fianchetto (Bronstein) variation 
Levon Aronian vs. Vladimir Kramnik  580-12018World Championship Candidates C65 Ruy Lopez: Berlin defence 
Heinemann vs. Krauss  58draw31.112th Forchheim Open A 2013 B07 Pirc defence 
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