Fusilli: Poor Tomczak, chess.com's coverage of his victory totally ignores him!
The title of the article: <Chess Olympiad: Poland Beats Russia, Kramnik Gets Checkmated>.
There is a photo with this caption: <Kramnik (middle) got checkmated, and Dragun (left) beat Jakovenko to clinch the match.> Tomczak is not even visible in the photo.
From the text:
<A rare case of checkmate on the board, Vladimir Kramnik's loss today was crucial for Poland's victory over Russia...>
<While Ian Nepomniachtchi had beaten Wojtaszek (and a quick draw between Sergey Karjakin and Jan-Krzysztof Duda), it was the 14th world champion Vladimir Kramnik who ended up as the weakest link.
He spoiled a promising middlegame position a pawn up, got under a killing attack by missing the triangulation Qc3-b4-h4 and even got checkmated on the board. The last time that had happened was when he famously missed a mate in one against Deep Fritz, now 12 years ago. Incidentally, in both games the mating move was Qh7#.>
If it wasn't for the fact that the game is posted, with the players' names as its header (as it is standard), we would have no idea who Kramnik lost to!
Very unfair to Tomczak. How did chess.com manage to produce such a blunder? If I were Tomczak I'd be livid over this.