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🏆 Russian Team Championship (2013)

Player: Nikolai Chadaev

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. B Grachev vs N Chadaev 1-0552013Russian Team ChampionshipD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
2. N Chadaev vs Dreev  ½-½402013Russian Team ChampionshipB11 Caro-Kann, Two Knights, 3...Bg4
3. A Iljin vs N Chadaev  0-1382013Russian Team ChampionshipE46 Nimzo-Indian
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Apr-13-13
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  perfidious: No-one gives a hairy rodent's fundament where Grischuk-or anyone else-comes from, save those obsessed with jingoistic rubbish.
Apr-13-13  BUNA: Svidler will replace Kramnik. Not a bad choice either.
Apr-13-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  Eyal: <Svidler will replace Kramnik.>

Yeah, that’s the news on chessvibes (http://www.chessvibes.com/reports/s...). Apparently Kramnik agreed to participate in the Tal Memorial before knowing the exact dates, and when it turned out to be in June he felt it would be too much to play in all three of the Alekhine Memorial (which starts on 20 April), Stavanger & Tal Memorial.

Btw, they also give the full list of participants in the upcoming Tal Memorial (12-21 June), which I haven’t seen before: Carlsen, Kramnik, Anand, Caruana, Karjakin, Nakamura, Morozevich, Gelfand, Mamedyarov & Andreikin.

Apr-13-13  IndigoViolet: Vlad is ducking Topalov. This was to have been their first classical game in 5 years.
Apr-13-13  joachimvhw: Dubov took down Bologan!
Apr-13-13  fisayo123: So many ridiculous super-tournaments coming up. Good luck to Vituigov and MVL. <joachimvhw> Dubov's Richter-Rauzer is really something else. I never play that line, but I might start to consider it myself. And Viorel has really taken a nose-dive since getting trounced at Biel.
Apr-13-13
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  Eyal: <So many ridiculous super-tournaments coming up.>

Well, with the disappearance of Linares & Amber the first half of the year (between Tata in January and June/July) has become rather wide open. Hopefully at least a couple of the new top tournaments we're seeing now – Baden-Baden, Zurich, the Alekhine Memorial, Stavanger – will become steady.

Apr-13-13  IndigoViolet: Steady? Fixtures, permanent, established.
Apr-13-13  BUNA: <Eyal> If Morozevich is really going to take part in the Tal Memorial (12-21 June) he'll spend quite some time in top tournaments. He is due to play in Madrid (22 May–4 June) and Berlin (3–17 July).

Or have there been any bad news concerning those Grand Prix tournaments? I was going to get a photo with Grischuk in Berlin?!

Apr-13-13
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  Eyal: <BUNA> As far as I know the GP tournaments are still on, though there were problems with location in the upcoming one (it was moved from Lisbon to Zug); so you should hope the Berlin tournament isn't moved around as well... Btw, Radjabov should have an even busier schedule - 3 GP tournaments + Stavanger between now and July; and Anand is playing in all the big three (AM on April, Stavanger on May, and TM on June).
Apr-13-13  BUNA: Thanks <Eyal>.
Apr-13-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: What is a mojo?
Apr-13-13  vinidivici: i think Moro games in this tournament quite boring.

No sharp games, no extravagant tactics.

where is his style.....

Apr-13-13  Everett: <Apr-13-13 vinidivici: i think Moro games in this tournament quite boring. No sharp games, no extravagant tactics.

where is his style...>

His game vs Grischuk matched his style, even down to the result.

Apr-13-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: Sounds like Moro found his mojo.
Apr-14-13  DrAjedrez: Respect to Grischuk for his great performance in this touranemnt. #5 in live ratings
Apr-14-13  fisayo123: <vindivivi> Maybe you missed his game against Jakovenko?
Apr-14-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <fisayo123>: Asking a player of <vinidivici>'s seeming understanding to comprehend the idea that 2700-level GMs are not going to blow each other away with pyrotechnics, one game after another, is de trop.
Apr-14-13  tuffy13: <HeMateMe> mojo means magic spell, hex or charm, according to the dictionary
Apr-15-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: I've met guys selling mojos, down in the subway.
Apr-15-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: St. Pete is men's champion. No, I mean Leningrad. No, wait, I mean St. Pete. They keep changing it on us...
Apr-15-13
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  auh2o: The original American definition of "mojo" is expounded here by the one who originally propounded the term:

http://www.youtube.co/watch?v=j03AM...

Apr-15-13
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  harrylime: Any chance of a table here or something?! lol

I love the games but would like to know whats' goin on ect ..

Apr-15-13  BUNA: <harry>

1. St Petersburg (Svidler,Vitiugov, Dominguez ...) 11 p.

2. Malakhit (Karjakin, Grischuk, Mamedyarov ...) 11 p.

3. Yugra (Jakovenko, Leko, Korobov ...) 10 p.

4. Rostov (Jobava, Cheparinov, Zhigalko ...) 10 p.

5. Saratov (Ivanchuk, Morozevich, Tomashewsky ...) 9 p.

...
8. Moscow (Caruana, Nepomniachi, Le Quang Liem ...) 8 p.

Kamsky's team Kazan came in 12th. The first four teams will take part in the European team championship.

http://chess-results.com/tnr96899.a...

Apr-17-13
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  Bobby Fiske: <HeMateMe: What is a mojo?> Check the record sleeves of your dads LP collection.
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