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Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiads (9 part series)

Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiads (9 part series)

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Ronen through Chess history: Chess Olympiads

Opening: E12, E04: Queen's Indian Defense, Catalan
C15, B53 French Winaver, Sicilian
D91, C31, D97 Grünfeld, King's Gambit Declined
C82, C80, 90 Ruy Lopez, Ruy Lopez: Tarrasch, Sicilian: Najdorf
B12 Caro-Kann
E35, E17, B06 Nimzo-Indian, Queen's Indian, Robatsch Defense
E15, A29 Queen's Indian, English Opening
B13, B12, E24, B06: Caro-Kann, Robatsch, Nimzo-Indian
C84, E52, E15: Ruy Lopez: closed, Nimzo-Indian: 4.e3, Queen's Indian

Player(s): Portish, Radulov, Ribli, Ljubojevic, Miles, Spassky, Mestel, Renman, Swanson, Makropoulos, Seirawan, Kasparov, Illescas, Nunn, Miles, Fernandez, Leko, Kasparov, Polgar, Mamedyarov, Krasenkow, Morozevich, Ivanchuk, Aronian, Sokolov, Navara, Sargissian, Morozevich, Sargissian, Grischuk, Aronian, Gelfand,Ivanchuk, Beliavsky, Jobava, Adams, Carlsen, Sjugirov, Movsesian, Almasi, Ivanchuk, Wang Hao, Aronian

Travelling through Chess History, and with the Olympiad coming, there was no question about this being next Ronen's topic for his show. No other event holds as many of the world's top players, playing one tournament all together. A complete Soviet control, since they started participating in 1952, a shocking win by the Hungarian team in 1978, and many other great chess stories in this new series.

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