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🏆 German Championship (2006)

Player: Niclas Huschenbeth

 page 1 of 1; 9 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. G Meins vs N Huschenbeth  ½-½312006German ChampionshipE97 King's Indian
2. N Huschenbeth vs H Bastian  ½-½612006German ChampionshipB42 Sicilian, Kan
3. L Espig vs N Huschenbeth  ½-½382006German ChampionshipD79 Neo-Grunfeld, 6.O-O, Main line
4. N Huschenbeth vs Yusupov  ½-½242006German ChampionshipC18 French, Winawer
5. K Muranyi vs N Huschenbeth 1-0652006German ChampionshipC24 Bishop's Opening
6. N Huschenbeth vs R Schoene  1-0292006German ChampionshipB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
7. N Huschenbeth vs A Reuss  ½-½592006German ChampionshipB17 Caro-Kann, Steinitz Variation
8. U Kaeser vs N Huschenbeth  1-0562006German ChampionshipC68 Ruy Lopez, Exchange
9. N Huschenbeth vs E Degtiarev  0-1402006German ChampionshipC77 Ruy Lopez
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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-13-06  jperr75108: I see there is alot of interest in the German Championship.
Feb-13-06  jamesmaskell: Germany has good players but this tournament isnt exactly packed to the rafters with big names...Naiditsch isnt there for one and hes the only German I know of...
Feb-13-06  iron maiden: Lutz and Huebner were both absent too.
Feb-14-06  Dim Weasel: The opening choices are much more varied compared to the absolute top events.
Feb-14-06  DutchDunce: I've been noticing this. At the very top these days, you have the Ruy Lopez, Petroff, Sicilian, English, Slav, Queen's Indian and Nimzo. That's pretty much it. g6-Indians (KID/Grunfeld), e6-QGD's, the French and Caro-Kann have almost disappeared. I don't know if it's a matter of wanting to be trend setters, or whether the latter group of openings is just objectively worse.
Feb-14-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jim Bartle: Openings seem to go in cycles, I guess. Players tend to follow the lead of the top players, such as Kasparov with the Scotch and Evans Gambit (so said Alexei Shirov), though I don't know how true that is with Topalov, Anand, and, uh, you know (a certain player now taking time off to get healthy). I definitely have noticed the shortage of QGDs in recent play. I haven't seen any Botvinnik anti-Merans at all, maybe because it's analyzed to death and the memorization required doesn't appeal to that many players.
Feb-15-06  Dim Weasel: The life-cycle of some sharp opening variations may also be quite funny: first they produce mostly decisive results and are feared amongst players, but after getting thoroughly analyzed (being so dangerous) they sometimes turn into drawing weapons.
Feb-15-06  s4life: <jamesmaskell: Germany has good players but this tournament isnt exactly packed to the rafters with big names...Naiditsch isnt there for one and hes the only German I know of...>

What? Artur Yusupov is there...

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