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🏆 69th Bulgarian Championship (2005)

Player: Julian Radulski

 page 1 of 1; 13 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. D Dochev vs J Radulski 0-159200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipC45 Scotch Game
2. J Radulski vs D Bojkov  ½-½20200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipC42 Petrov Defense
3. V Iotov vs J Radulski  ½-½49200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
4. J Radulski vs V Petkov  ½-½50200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipB23 Sicilian, Closed
5. K Rusev vs J Radulski  ½-½16200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipE06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3
6. S Kozhuharov vs J Radulski  ½-½10200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. J Radulski vs R Raev  1-056200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
8. B N Chatalbashev vs J Radulski  ½-½66200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
9. J Radulski vs I Cheparinov 0-125200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipB43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
10. S Nikolov vs J Radulski  0-149200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipC97 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin
11. J Radulski vs V Panbukchian  0-128200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipB01 Scandinavian
12. G Grigorov vs J Radulski  ½-½42200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipD63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
13. J Radulski vs N Ninov  0-136200569th Bulgarian ChampionshipB94 Sicilian, Najdorf
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jun-03-05  kvcs: Where did he come from????

What you may wish to know about
GM Ivan Cheparinov from Bulgaria.

[We should ask TOPALOV! Here is
another Chess Gem form BULGARIA...
whatelse are the BULGARs keeping
from the Chessworld?!]
__________________________________
FIDE Information:

-->Federation------>Bulgaria
-->FIDE title------->Grand Master
-->Current rating--->2621
-->Birthday--------->Nov 1986
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CHESSMETRICS Information:

-->Best World Rank--->#387 (on the
June 2004 rating list)
-->Highest Rating---->2525 on the
September 2002 rating list, #427 in
world, age 15y10m
-->Best Individual Performance:
2580 in BUL-ch 68th Sofia, 2004,
scoring 8.5/12 (71%) vs 2449-rated
opposition
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NB: with his best performance
being in the 68th Bulgarian Chmp,
then this result of 9.5/13 is much
better at 73%.
__________________________________

Based on copyrighted materials of:

World Chess Federation--> <fide.com>

Chessmetrics--> <chessmetrics.com>

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Molly S, KV Chess Correspondent
chesspresssyndicate@yahoo.com

KV Control #144006030605
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Jun-03-05  cowamniks: I dont see Any game of Topalov here, hes not also in the players list

????????????????????????????????

Jun-03-05  hintza: Topalov didn't play in the 69th Bulgarian Championship. And one question mark is enough, not to mention that a question mark is usually preceded by a question. :-)
Jun-03-05  ScorpionFrog: nice one hintza :)
Jun-03-05  stijn: maybe he was confused because on the left of the starting page it says topalov's second (ivan cheparinov won)
Jun-04-05  Anna Wrekzia: Bulgaria probably doesn't have any money for a prize fund. They are probably playing for a trophy and a year's supply of breath mints.
Jun-04-05  ScorpionFrog: Anna Wrekzia: You seem to know a lot about Bulgaria!?
Jun-04-05  stijn: at least cheparinov will have a fresh breath
Jun-04-05  gadfly: <Anna Wrekzia> You should probably refrain yourself from posting such comments, because it might probably be considered a little bit impolite. Just probably.
Jun-04-05  sharpnova: hintza. nothing witty about ur comment. cowamnik's question marks were meant to indicate his confusion. this is simple to understand. scorpionfrog, you should pick a classier person to be the lacky of.
Jun-04-05  square dance: <sharpnova>
maybe you should read <cowamnik>'s posts before you stick up for him. he spends a good deal of his time on this site trolling.
Jun-04-05  JoshuaJ8588: How about the number of King Indian's in this tourney.
Jun-04-05  hintza: Ha, so there is indeed "honour among trolls"! Who would have thought it? <nothing witty about ur comment> It would appear you are suffering from a lack of perceptiveness. Also, if you think my comment was intended to offend, then you are way off the mark. <cowamnik's question marks were meant to indicate his confusion. this is simple to understand> What?! I picked up on his confusion and told him Topalov was not even playing in this tournament. At least read the posts properly before banging on about someone allegedly being my "lacky" [sic]. I really don't know where you get any of this drivel from.
Jun-04-05  aw1988: I wouldn't worry about it. Anyone who sais 'u' or 'ur' is really not worth my time unless English isn't their first language.
Jun-04-05  hintza: Like I'm really worried anyway :-)
Jun-04-05  ScorpionFrog: square dance, hintza: What does "trolling" mean? Thanks.
Jun-04-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Sneaky: The way I see it, Topalov didn't play in the Bulgarian championships for the same reason Bobby Fischer didn't play in the US junior championships. Why embarass his fellow countrymen unnecessarily by staging an exhibition against them?
Jun-07-05  suenteus po 147: I get it now. Topalov didn't come in second, Ivan Cheparinov is Topalov's second. I, too, was confused by the way <chessgames.com> posted the result on the homepage.
Jun-09-05  Phoenix: Looks like Topalov and Cheparinov are reaping huge benefits from working with each other. Good to see!
Jun-10-05  Rawprawn: Sneaky, Fisher did play in the US Junior and won it a couple of times I think.
Jun-29-05  DanRoss53: <Rawprawn>, I believe <Sneaky> means that Fischer declined playing in several years that he was still eligible. He definitely did play in the '55, '56 and '57 US Juniours.
Dec-23-11
Premium Chessgames Member
  Penguincw: Was this a round robin tournament? I think it is. But with 13 rounds, this is like Tata.
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