|Sep-04-03|| ||ughaibu: Wasn't Petrosian dead before this? For sure he wasn't "under 10". |
|Sep-04-03|| ||PVS: He was reported dead in 1984, ten years earlier. I bet the fiend possessed the soul of a Russian youth. |
|Sep-04-03|| ||Tecumseh: <PVS>
I'm sensing a little negativity towards poor old Tigran.
This kid is named after him. I think there is a little Mikhail Botvinnik out there somewhere too, but I can't find him on the database.
|Dec-30-03|| ||rochade18: I would not say Russian Youth, only "Russian" Youth. Armenians and Russians have little in common. |
|Dec-30-03|| ||chessgames.com: Tigran L Petrosian and
Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian are two different people. |
|Aug-15-05|| ||azaris: I suspect this is not a case of player called "Le TD", but rather young Tigran L. not having an opponent and choosing to play a game against the tournament director rather than taking a bye - something done in amateur and junior tournaments.|
|Aug-15-05|| ||notsodeepthought: <azaris> And I suspect this is not a case of Tigran L Petrosian either, since even he couldn't be under 10 in 1994 - just like the more famous Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian.|
|Aug-16-05|| ||azaris: Why not? He was born 1984-09-17 (FIDE), so was eligible to play in the under-10 cathegory.|
|Aug-16-05|| ||DanRoss53: Indeed. The games listed under Tigran L Petrosian that come before this one (chronologically, that is) are probably actually Tigran A. (http://fide.com/ratings/card.phtml?...) as opposed to Tigran L. (http://fide.com/ratings/card.phtml?...)... either that or they're actually the legendary Tigran V.|
Either that or T L Petrosian vs Kupreichik, 1985 was played by the most talented infant chess player ever.
|Aug-16-05|| ||azaris: Tal vs T L Petrosian, 1986, T L Petrosian vs Kupreichik, 1985, Ivkov vs T L Petrosian, 1986,
T L Petrosian vs Psakhis, 1986,
T L Petrosian vs Vasiukov, 1988 and Huzman vs T L Petrosian, 1988 were all played by Arshak B Petrosian.|
|Aug-16-05|| ||notsodeepthought: <DanRoss53> <azaris> My bad - I couldn't keep track of all the Tigran Petrosians, let alone all the Petrosians.|
|Apr-07-07|| ||argishti: Look at the 10 year old, breaking through black's defences.|
|Jul-14-07|| ||desiobu: very impressive|
|Feb-19-09|| ||WhiteRook48: who is "Le TD?"|
|Feb-26-09|| ||WhiteRook48: 1...e5?! seems pretty weird|
|Mar-02-09|| ||hoodrobin: Now, that is a technical draw! Black is stalemate!|
|Mar-05-09|| ||Whitehat1963: It's a great little Tuesday/Wednesday puzzle after 12...fxe5.|
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