I always thought it was interesting that chess players had openings named after them. The game of chess has only been popular and organized for about 150 years, yet all the most popular openings and most of their subvariations have already been named, many after players from the 19th or early 20th centuries. In five hundred years, will all these basic openings still be named after Morphy, Steinitz, Capablanca, and Lasker? But I digress.
Which player has had the most openings or opening variations named after him? My guesses would be Botvinnik or Aljechin.