| page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 41
|1. L Dominguez vs Ivanchuk
|| ||½-½||45||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B32 Sicilian|
|2. Jobava vs W Arencibia Rodriguez
|| ||1-0||35||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||A42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System|
|3. N Delgado Ramirez vs J Nogueiras
|| ||1-0||43||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||C00 French Defense|
|4. Ivanchuk vs Jobava
||1-0||25||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||A45 Queen's Pawn Game|
|5. W Arencibia Rodriguez vs N Delgado Ramirez
|| ||½-½||41||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||E12 Queen's Indian|
|6. L Bruzon Batista vs L Dominguez
|| ||½-½||47||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||C24 Bishop's Opening|
|7. Jobava vs L Bruzon Batista
||½-½||79||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D61 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack|
|8. N Delgado Ramirez vs Ivanchuk
|| ||½-½||29||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||C07 French, Tarrasch|
|9. J Nogueiras vs W Arencibia Rodriguez
|| ||½-½||14||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D27 Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical|
|10. L Dominguez vs Jobava
|| ||0-1||53||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B63 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack|
|11. L Bruzon Batista vs N Delgado Ramirez
|| ||½-½||39||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B90 Sicilian, Najdorf|
|12. Ivanchuk vs J Nogueiras
||1-0||58||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D17 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|13. W Arencibia Rodriguez vs Ivanchuk
||0-1||40||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|14. J Nogueiras vs L Bruzon Batista
|| ||½-½||49||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D62 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack|
|15. N Delgado Ramirez vs L Dominguez
||0-1||39||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation|
|16. Jobava vs N Delgado Ramirez
|| ||0-1||56||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||E12 Queen's Indian|
|17. L Dominguez vs J Nogueiras
|| ||½-½||26||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||C11 French|
|18. L Bruzon Batista vs W Arencibia Rodriguez
|| ||1-0||64||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B07 Pirc|
|19. Ivanchuk vs L Bruzon Batista
|| ||½-½||44||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D53 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|20. W Arencibia Rodriguez vs L Dominguez
|| ||½-½||47||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|21. J Nogueiras vs Jobava
||½-½||13||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D02 Queen's Pawn Game|
|22. J Nogueiras vs N Delgado Ramirez
||1-0||60||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||A29 English, Four Knights, Kingside Fianchetto|
|23. W Arencibia Rodriguez vs Jobava
||1-0||50||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||D38 Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin Variation|
|24. Ivanchuk vs L Dominguez
|| ||1-0||87||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||C24 Bishop's Opening|
|25. N Delgado Ramirez vs W Arencibia Rodriguez
||1-0||36||2005||Capablanca Memorial: Elite||B08 Pirc, Classical|
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|May-21-05|| ||mynameisrandy: Wow. How many points did Chucky gain here?|
|May-21-05|| ||Kangaroo: Sad that Ivanchuk and Ponomariov were not admitted to the FIDE championship that Kramnik and Kasparov ignored. |
In my view, either of them looked much stronger than several replacements.
The ELO coefficient is just one out of many rapidly chaging indicators.
Assuming the current ELO as the only reason for decision making is quite a weird tool. We shall have afterwards a champion that will not be as bright as his predecessors.
|May-21-05|| ||Kangaroo: Ivanchuk gained 9 out of 11, the next was Bruzon with 6 1/2 ... .|
|May-21-05|| ||csmath: 9.5 out of 12. He drew the last game with Bruzon and got 9.5.|
|May-21-05|| ||nikolaas: I guess <Mynameisrandy> meant Elo points and in that case he won
Of Course assuming I didn't miscalculate.
|May-21-05|| ||cade: Wow Chucky won every game in which he had white except against Bruzon.|
|May-22-05|| ||suenteus po 147: Speaking of Bruzon, he not only managed to score second in the tournament below Ivanchuk, but he also was able to draw both of his games against Chucky. He will definitely be a player to watch in the coming years if these results are indicative of anything.|
|May-22-05|| ||refutor: good for ivanchuk...since the level of the opponents was lower than what he's used to playing, he tried some things he would never use against the "linares" crowd...bishop's opening, accelerated dragon, trompowsky, the french...good for him|
|May-26-05|| ||Knight13: Ivanchuk lost 3 rating points. Walter Arencibia gained 3 points. How's that sound?|
|May-26-05|| ||nikolaas: <Knight13> Are you sure about that? Sounds strange to me. What's the source?|
|May-27-05|| ||delterp: I don't know very much about this player, Jesus Nogueiras, but of his 12 games in this tournament, four were draws in under 15 moves. That is simply disgraceful. I understand if your last game went long or you aren't feeling well, but play to win or get out of the tournament.|
|May-27-05|| ||WMD: Blessed be the peacemakers...|
|Jun-08-05|| ||coolchess: i think its not to celebrate Ivanchuk victorie, these players here have not played in Linares and some big tournaments like Ivanchuk had, so it was obvioud he was going to win easy.|
I thought the was going to had a better advantage, an experienced GM winning some future promises,
|Jun-06-15|| ||Chessdreamer: missing (as of today)...
[Event "Capablanca Memorial: Elite"]
[Site "Havana CUB"]
[White "Jobava, Baadur"]
[Black "Nogueiras, Jesus"]
1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 dxc4 5.a4 Bf5 6.Ne5 Nbd7 7.Nxc4 Nb6 8.Ne5 a5 9.e3 g6 10.Bd3 Bxd3 11.Nxd3 Bg7 12.Qb3 O-O 13.O-O Nfd7 14.Ne2 e5 15.dxe5 Nxe5 16.Nxe5 Bxe5 17.e4 Qc7 18.Be3 Nd7 19.f4 Bg7 20.e5 Kh8 21.Nc3 g5 22.g3 gxf4 23.gxf4 Rae8 24.Rae1 Rg8 25.Kh1 Nf8 26.Ne4 Ng6 27.Nd6 Re7 28.Bb6 Qd7 29.Nxf7+ 1-0
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