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Russian Team Championships (2010)

Player: Artem Chernobay

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. A Chernobay vs N Kabanov  ½-½19 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsC64 Ruy Lopez, Classical
2. B Savchenko vs A Chernobay  1-058 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsA28 English
3. A Chernobay vs M Roiz  ½-½20 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsB43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
4. A Chernobay vs V Yemelin  ½-½84 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsC67 Ruy Lopez
5. A Chernobay vs A Uzhva  1-046 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsB76 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack
6. A Shariyazdanov vs A Chernobay  1-066 2010 Russian Team ChampionshipsE98 King's Indian, Orthodox, Taimanov, 9.Ne1
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Apr-07-10  okba1: can any boday watch the games?
Apr-07-10  esticles: Live games: http://russiachess.org/online/index...
Apr-08-10  kurtrichards: <<kurtrichards:Forza(GO)Caruana!!:-)>Double thumbs up.> <kurt>, link please...dito ka lang pala he he..>>

http://livechess.chessdom.com/site/

naroon lahat ng games men and women...:),sir<wordfunph>.

Apr-08-10  Troller: Ivanchuk is mating Grischuk this round. Nice sac in this position:


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28.Nxd5! cxd5 29.Qxd5+ Ke8 30.Rd1! Rc7 31.Qa8+ Kf7 32.Rf1+ Ke6 33.Qxa6+ Kd7 34.Rd1+ Ke8 35.e6! resulting in this position:


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Apr-08-10  Troller: Earlier, Nepom won yet another game, this time as Black against Kovchan. He has been playing on a very consistent high level lately and should break the 2700 barrier pretty soon if he keeps it up.
Apr-08-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: This is a tremendous rich fighting game still in process at this post, about 12:30PM EDT; be sure to go over it!

Ponomariov vs Khenkin only 2597

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. Nf3 Bg4 5. dxc5 Nc6 6. c3 e6 7. b4 Nge7 8. Nbd2 Qc7 9. Qa4 Bxf3 10. Nxf3 Ng6 11. Bb5 Nxe5 12. Nd4 a6 13. Bf4 Ke7 14. Bg3 Qc8 15. Be2 g6 16. Bh4+ f6 17. f4 Nf7 18. O-O Bg7 19. Rae1 Nxd4 20. cxd4 Nh6 21. Bf3 Kf7 22. Qb3 Re8 23. g4 f5 24. h3 Bxd4+ 25. Kg2 Kf8 26. Bf2 Bg7 27. Re2 Qd7 28. Rfe1 Rad8 29. a4 fxg4 30. hxg4 Nf7 31. Bh4 g5 32. fxg5 e5 33. g6 hxg6 34. Rf2 e4 35. Bd1 Kg8 36. Qh3 Rc8 37. Rh1 e3 38. Re2 d4 39. Bb3 Re4 40. Bg3 d3 41. Qh7+ Kf8 42. Rf1 Rc6 43. Rxf7+ Qxf7 44. Bxf7 Kxf7 45. Kf3 Rce6 46. Ra2 Rd4 47. Qh1 d2 48. Ke2 d1=Q+ 49. Qxd1 Rxd1 50. Kxd1 Re4 51. b5 Rxg4 52. c6

Apr-08-10
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  e4ia: re my post below; the sponsor site wouldn't load for me (again!)

so go over all the games here and/or watch them live with Rybka 2.2

http://livechess.chessdom.com/site/

Apr-08-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  e4ia: re; Ponomariov vs Khenkin;

typical relay delays and sponsor site "down" at this post;

assume Kenkin's greatest win in a dead lost position for Pono after latest moves available at this posting time*

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. Nf3 Bg4 5. dxc5 Nc6 6. c3 e6 7. b4 Nge7 8. Nbd2 Qc7 9. Qa4 Bxf3 10. Nxf3 Ng6 11. Bb5 Ngxe5 12. Nd4 a6 13. Bf4 Ke7 14. Bg3 Qc8 15. Be2 g6 16. Bh4+ f6 17. f4 Nf7 18. O-O Bg7 19. Rae1 Nxd4 20. cxd4 Nh6 21. Bf3 Kf7 22. Qb3 Re8 23. g4 f5 24. h3 Bxd4+ 25. Kg2 Kf8 26. Bf2 Bg7 27. Re2 Qd7 28. Rfe1 Rad8 29. a4 fxg4 30. hxg4 Nf7 31. Bh4 g5 32. fxg5 e5 33. g6 hxg6 34. Rf2 e4 35. Bd1 Kg8 36. Qh3 Rc8 37. Rh1 e3 38. Re2 d4 39. Bb3 Re4 40. Bg3 d3 41. Qh7+ Kf8 42. Rf1 Rc6 43. Rxf7+ Qxf7 44. Bxf7 Kxf7 45. Kf3 Rce6 46. Ra2 Rd4 47. Qh1 d2 48. Ke2 d1=Q+ 49. Qxd1 Rxd1 50. Kxd1 Re4 51. b5 Rxg4 52. c6 Rxg3 53. cxb7 Be5 54. bxa6 Bb8 55. Rh2 Kg7 56. Ke2 Ba7 57. Kd3 Rg4 58. b8=Q Bxb8 59. Rb2 e2 60. Rb7+ Kh6 61. Kxe2 Bh2 *

Apr-08-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  tamar: Looks like the site just forgot to post the results, which are up now without any further moves.

Pono lost, while Belov won, and Sjugirov settled for a draw.

Apr-09-10  siamesedream: Top pairings today:

Nepomniachtchi - Ponomariov
Gelfand - Ivanchuk
Karjakin - Svidler
Caruana - Movsesian.

Apr-09-10  Troller: <Pogonina> <"...in the men's section there are sixteen 2700+ players, that's about 50 percent of all grandmasters of that caliber in the world. Their games are something to be considered.">

This tournament is in fact ridiculously strong; the Tomsk-400 team has Timofeev only as a reserve player, yet they are located in the lower half of the field. No less than 3 teams are sporting rating averages of 2700+ for the first six boards.

Does anyone know how the top players decide their teams for the Europe Cup? Most of these guys are also playing in the Bundesliga (and probably other leagues as well).

Apr-09-10  slomarko: <Does anyone know how the top players decide their teams for the Europe Cup? Most of these guys are also playing in the Bundesliga (and probably other leagues as well).> how do you mean "how"? whoever pays them more, isn't that obvious?
Apr-09-10  schroedingers cat: Grischuk seems to be only a shadow of himself... Such a shame to see such a player showing bad form.
Apr-10-10  kurtrichards: IM Maxim Matlakov RUS 2600 (M.Chigorin Chess Club) v. GM Pavel Elijanov UKR 2736 (Economist-SGSEU-1)

1. d4


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1-0

What happened? Anyone please.

Apr-10-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: <esticles> <kurtrichards> thanks..

gandang umaga sa 'yo sir <kurt>..

Apr-10-10  kurtrichards: <gandang umaga sa 'yo sir <kurt>..> Gising ka rin. Good morning. Eto naghihintay na manalo si Efimenko kay Andreikin. Talo na pera ko sa Yugra. Baka makabawi ako dito sa SPb Chess Fed. :)
Apr-10-10  frogbert: anybody who knows why eljanov was defeated yesterday? did he oversleep? didn't he show up?

the result is written as a w.o. defeat on the official site, so i haven't rated his game ...

Apr-10-10  DCP23: <frogbert: anybody who knows why eljanov was defeated yesterday? did he oversleep? didn't he show up?>

Eljanov departed from Dagomys to Germany in order to play in the Bundesliga early in the morning, as was agreed upon. The team captain however was late to file the changed roster, and so Eljanov was included by the arbiters as a player for this round. Thus the match started with his technical loss.

Apr-10-10  frogbert: dcp23, thanks. absolutely nothing to blame eljanov for, in other words.
Apr-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Dr. Funkenstein: I agree that the skill level on display here is ridiculous, but it would be nice if they were playing by the Sofia rules as a lot of the top games are just quick draws (under 20-25 moves).
Apr-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Tabanus: Final standings:

http://www.russiachess.org/results/... (Premier League) http://www.russiachess.org/results/... (Higher League)

Apr-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kazzak: Do I show a lack of grace in proposing that Kosteniuk should hit the chess books and fix her game?
Apr-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kazzak: The individual performance ratings are a little weird here. Due to the team play, the strongest players had stronger opposition. The player on top of the men's performance ranking had significantly weaker opposition than Ivanchuk, for instance.

1. Riazantsev - avg. opposition 2587
22. Nepomnachtchi - 2666
24. Gelfand - 2717

Grischuk, Pono, Ivanchuk all had significantly tougher opposition than Riazantsev.

Apr-13-10  SharpAttack: Eljanov - All decisive games! Good going..(Sad, he couldn't win all of them)
Apr-28-10  Chessforeva: 3D games: http://chessforeva.appspot.com/C0_p...
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