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|May-20-07|| ||percyblakeney: First will maybe Nepomniachtchi be in the end, but after five rounds he's 0.5 behind Andriasian and Negi, who drew their game in 17 moves.|
|May-20-07|| ||Timex: You guys shouldn't compete over kibitzing first in a page. Kibitzing is wise messages about games.|
Is this a round robin tournament only?
|May-20-07|| ||WannaBe: < Timex: ... Kibitzing is wise messages about games...>|
Think that belongs on the Odd Lie page. :-)
|May-20-07|| ||Ragh: <Is this a round robin tournament only?> Yes, its a single round-robin (all play all) event. More info about this World Youth Stars tournament being held in Leningrad, Russia can be found at
|May-21-07|| ||BishopofBlunder: Hmm, no Americans. This is something that needs to change.|
|May-21-07|| ||kellmano: I think Nepo is the class of this field. Sometimes trained by Morozevich and plays a bit like him.|
|May-21-07|| ||Marvol: <BishopofBlunder: Hmm, no Americans. This is something that needs to change.>|
Indeed, the US should offer a few of them a US passport ;-)
|May-21-07|| ||Inf: there is someone interesting to see in one of these tours... his name is Emilio Cordoba.|
|May-21-07|| ||Youjoin: <Inf: there is someone interesting to see in one of these tours... his name is Emilio Cordoba>|
He´s name is Emilio Cordova, of Peru.
|May-21-07|| ||Ragh: The tournament leaders after the sixth round are Negi and Nepo (both on 4.5/6). Tomorrow is a rest day for the Young stars.|
|May-22-07|| ||Timex: <WannaBe> lol|
|May-23-07|| ||nimh: <Hmm, no Americans. This is something that needs to change.>|
USA has already used up their ration of young talents for the time being. Next one will be born in 2049 :)
|May-23-07|| ||percyblakeney: Nepo won against Negi today and is sole leader after 7 of 11 rounds.|
|May-23-07|| ||malthrope: Nepo's game against Negi was a beauty... First-class technique how he created weaknesses and penetrated with the Q + R was truly a work of art! Bravo Nepo! :-)|
[Event "World's Youth Stars"]
[White "Nepomniachtchi Ian"]
[Black "Negi Parimarjan"]
1.Nf3 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c5 4.d4 cxd4 5.Nxd4 Bb4 6.g3 Ne4 7.Qd3 Bxc3+ 8.bxc3 Nc5 9.Qe3 b6 10.Bg2 Bb7 11.Bxb7 Nxb7 12.Ba3 Nc6 13.Nxc6 dxc6 14.Rd1 Qc7 15.Qg5 f6 16.Qh5+ g6 17.Qh4 Kf7 18.c5 Nxc5 19.Bxc5 bxc5 20.Qh6 Rad8 21.O-O e5 22.Rxd8 Qxd8 23.Rb1 Qe7 24.a4 Ke6 25.Qh4 Kf7 26.a5 Kg7 27.a6 Rc8 28.Qc4 Rc7 29.Rb8 f5 30.Qb3 Qf7 31.c4 Kf6 32.Rb7 Ke6 33.Qb2 f4 34.Qb1 fxg3 35.hxg3 Qd7 36.Kg2 Qd6 37.Rb8 Rf7 38.Re8+ Re7 39.Rh8 Kd7 40.Qh1 h5 41.Qb1 Qf6 42.Qb7+ Ke6 43.Qc8+ Rd7 44.Re8+ Kd6 45.Qb8+ 1-0
His chess moves did all the talking! 'nuff said... ;-) - Mal
|May-24-07|| ||Marvol: http://www.chessbase.de/nachrichten...
That table looks impressive... Nepo has played against the numbers 2-4, beaten them all and is in the lead.
One would say he's the favourite to win it now.
|May-24-07|| ||kellmano: In <Marvol's> link, Nepo looks like a cooler, younger version of the Svid.|
|May-24-07|| ||Youjoin: Negi won his game today against Safarli. The rest of the games were drawn.|
|May-24-07|| ||Ragh: Great! It looks like this tournament is also going to stage a photo-finish just like the way M-Tel masters' last round enthralled us earlier this week.|
|May-25-07|| ||VishyFan: I hope that Negi will win this and gain some valuable ELO....., right now he's gaining 14.9 ELO with a Rp of 2654....|
even if he manages to draw his last 3 games, he will end up gaining 14 ELO....
|May-25-07|| ||Youjoin: Nepo lost today to Zhigalko. Andriasian and Negi drew their games, so the three have 6 points whit two rounds to go.|
|May-25-07|| ||Ragh: Cool! Negi and Nepo are in joint lead at 6/9, with just two rounds to go. I think it can't get any closer for the title fight at this stage.|
|May-26-07|| ||Youjoin: Negi and Andriasian won today, and Nepo drew his game. So:|
Andriasian and Negi have 7/10, and Nepo 6,5/10.
One round left...
|May-26-07|| ||angslo: all the best to, Negi|
|May-27-07|| ||angslo: Negi and Andriasian , both lost in final round|
|May-27-07|| ||percyblakeney: If the official site is right Nepo won, the top four all had 7 points:|
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