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Click on the ECO Code (A00 - E99) to go directly to the game. You can also look games up by the name of the opening (ie Ruy Lopez - Berlin Variation, QGD - Tartakower Defense etc) or by the players names in my other indices.
A00 Sokolsky Opening
A04 Lisitsin Gambit
A04 Closed Sicilian Defense (in effect)
A26 English Opening - Closed Variation
A39 EO - Symmetrical System - 4 Kts Var
A50 - Queen's Fianchetto Defense
A51 - Budapest Defense, Fajarowicz Variation
A55 - Old Indian Defense
A77 - Benoni Defense
A82 - Dutch Defense - Staunton Gambit
A92 - Dutch Defense
B01 Scandinavian Defense 2nd Game
B03 Alekhine's Defense
B05 Alekhine's Defense - Modern Variation
B09 Pirc Defense - Austrian Attack (2nd game)
B13 - CKD - Panov-Botvinnik Attack
B20 Sicilian Defense - Wing Gambit
B46 SD - Kan/Paulsen/Taimanov Variation
B60 SD - Richter-Rauzer Attack
B62 SD - Richter-Rauzer Attack
B68 SD - Richter-Rauzer Attack
B80 SD -Schveningen Variation
B86 SD - Najdorf Variation - 6.Bc4
B88 SD - Fischer Variation 6.Bc4
B90 SD - Najdorf Var 6.h3
B97 SD - Najdorf PP Var 1972 WCH Game 7
B97 SD - Najdorf PP Var 1972 WCH Game 11
B97 SD - Najdorf PP Var Keres-Fuderer
B99 SD - Najdorf Defense 6.Bg5
C11 French Defense - Steinitz Var
C12 French Defense - MacCutcheon Var
C13 FD - Rubinstein Variation
C15 FD - Winawer Variation
C18 FD - Winawer Variation 5...Ba5
C21 Danish Gambit Accepted
C32 Falkbeer Counter Gambit
C33 KGA - Modern Defense 3...d5
C36 KGA - Modern Defense
C39 KGA - Fischer's Defense 3...d6
C41 Philidor's Counter-Gambit
C42 Petroff Defense Sanguinetti - Puiggros
C42 Petroff Defense Keres-Alexander 1954
C47 Scotch Game - Four Kts Variation
C48 Four Kts Game - Rubinstein Variation
C51 Evans Gambit
C52 Evans Gambit
C57 Fried Liver Attack
C61 Ruy Lopez - Birds Defense 3...Nd4
C62 RL - Old Steinitz Defense 3...d6
C64 RL - Classical Defense 3...Bc5
C65 RL - Berlin Defense 4.Qe2
C66 RL - Old Steinitz Defense
C67 RL - Berlin Defense
C69 RL - Exchange Variation
C72 RL - Modern Steinitz Defense
C77 RL - Closed Defense - Anderssen Variation
C77 RL - Wormald Attack
C82 RL - Open Defense - Motzko Variation
C85 RL - Double Delayed Exchange Var
C90 RL - Closed Defense
C95 RL - Breyer Defense
D00 - Blackmar-Diemer Gambit
D32 - QGD - Tarrasch Defense
D37 - QGD - Classical Variation
D41 - QGD - Semi-Tarrasch Defense
D59 - QGD - Tartakower Defense
D55 - QGD - Orthodox Defense
D66 - QGD - Orthodox Defense
D73 - Neo-Grunfeld Defense (aka Fianchetto Grunfeld)
D86 Grunfeld Defense - Exchange Variation
D94 Grunfeld Defense 4.Nc3 Bg7 5.e3
E15 QID - Nimzovitch Variation 4...b6
E41 - NimzoIndian Defense - 4.e3
E56 NID - Rubinstein Var
E60 KID/Grunfeld Defense with 3.f3
E61 King's Indian Defense - 4.Bg5
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