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|Sep-19-09|| ||hedgeh0g: I think this whole thing is being completely blown out of proportion. This is only "big" news in the chess world, which, let's face it, doesn't really have much news.|
On a global scale, this is about as significant as your granny cheating at the Sunday bingo.
|Sep-19-09|| ||HeMateMe: Tal and a few others probably showed up still drunk, for a morning game, and no one gave a rat's behind about it. Maybe its a sign of the finely tuned media we have these days, and the automatic transfer of info on the internet. If some one gets a pimple, it gets twittered about.|
|Sep-19-09|| ||Open Defence: if you say his name fast and loud it sounds like a karate chop|
|Sep-19-09|| ||tamar: Gesundheit!|
|Sep-19-09|| ||Open Defence: that too!|
|Sep-19-09|| ||Open Defence: apparently his chess skills are not to be sneezed at|
|Sep-19-09|| ||MarvinTsai: a try on pun: a scotch game Morozevich vs Tkachiev, 2001|
|Oct-07-09|| ||JointheArmy: Apparently there is a legitimate betting site that has these odds for Tkachiev.|
<Tkachiev to lose any game because of arriving late 8/1
Tkachiev to be disqualified for being reported for playing drunk 25/1
Tkachiev to drink a full bottle of vodka at the same time he plays one game 100/1
Tkachiev to fall asleep during a game and losing on time 100/1
Tkachiev to throw up over the board during any game 200/1>
|Nov-17-09|| ||TheaN: ^although I smirked, they should so something about that. It's good for a laugh but it does continue the whole story. Which gives a lame aftermath a worse outcome, IMO. I think Tkachiev learned his lesson because the so well known story became public worldwide, I guess we'll never see it happen again.|
|Jul-09-10|| ||LarsenBentYou: A modern day Tal, health wise.|
|Sep-04-10|| ||nummerzwei: French line-up for Khanty-Mansijsk
<10. FRA (EloDS:2681, Kapitšn:Hauchard, Arnaud)
Br. Name Elo FED
1 GM Tkachiev Vladislav 2632 FRA
2 GM Vachier-Lagrave Maxime 2721 FRA
3 GM Fressinet Laurent 2718 FRA
4 GM Feller Sebastien 2649 FRA
5 GM Edouard Romain 2636 FRA
This has to be a mistake.
|Jul-21-11|| ||rogl: I recommend to take a look at Tkachiev's chess site http://whychess.org/. A few examples of what the site provides are a couple of nice articles by Seirawan, an interesting interview with Grischuk and live computer aided(Houdini) coverage of the top tournaments.|
|Feb-23-12|| ||Kramnikfan87: What's the matter with whychess web site?|
|Feb-24-12|| ||bronkenstein: <Kramnikfan87: What's the matter with whychess web site?> It is frozen for quite some time , due to funding problems , and Tkachiev still (?) hopes that it might continue working someday , according to <polarmis>.|
|Feb-25-12|| ||Nemesistic: This guy's beaten Chucky, Moro, and even the very pleasant Korchnoi in 1994, but his finest and most famous achievement in his chess career to date has to be in 93 when he played and beat AJ Goldsby! According to AJ Goldsby this guy was a total unknown, unrated back then though!!! |
Should i laugh or cry in frustration at Goldsby, because he really sickens me with his BS!
|Feb-26-12|| ||JoergWalter: picture of Tkachiev
|Feb-26-12|| ||Nina Myers: Wow, what a jim-dandy! No wonder that the hormonal balance of Pensacolan Master got freaky during their game.|
|Mar-18-12|| ||Brecker: Hm Vladislav likes to play the Slav... interesting|
|Mar-16-13|| ||notyetagm: A powerful attacking game by Tkachiev to win the <GRAND PRIX OF GRANCE RAPID>.|
[Event "GP of France - Nancy "]
[White "Tkachiev, Vladislav"]
[Black "Dobrov, Vladimir"]
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. Nf3 b4 5. a3 bxa3 6. Rxa3 g6 7. Nc3 Bg7 8.
e4 d6 9. e5 Ng4 10. exd6 exd6 11. Bg5 Bf6 12. Bxf6 Qxf6 13. Be2 O-O 14. O-O
Nh6 15. Qd2 Kg7 16. Ne4 Qe7 17. Bd3 Bg4 18. Qc3+ f6 19. Re1 Qd7 20. Neg5
Re8 21. Raa1 Nf7 22. Nxh7
An inspired shot that quickly opens up ♗lack's position.
(22... Kxh7 would lead to a quicker defeat with 23. Qxf6 Bf5 g6 has to be
protected somehow. 24. Rxe8 Qxe8 25. Bxf5 gxf5 26. Re1 and ♗lack has no
23. Nxf6 Kxf6 24. Nxe5 dxe5
(24... Rxe5 25. f4 $1)
25. f4 Qd6 26. Bxg6 Kxg6 27. fxe5 Qd7 28. Qg3 Qf5 29. e6 Qg5 30. h4 Qd2 31.
|Nov-09-15|| ||gars: With all due respect, Ladies and Gentlemen, November 9th is and always will be Mikhail Tal's Day. He would be seventy-nine today.|
|Nov-09-15|| ||juan31: without discrediting Master V. Tkachiev today is the birthday of the GMI of chess M. Tal.|
|Nov-09-15|| ||OhioChessFan: He's beaten Pono, Chucky, MVL, Moro, and Korchnoi, and he's not worthy of being a player of the day?|
|Nov-09-15|| ||juan31: Are quite different times and achivements the GMI, M. Tal was world champion and has inspired hundreds perhaps thousands of people to play chess.
I dont say that Master Tkachiev Is someone to
|Nov-09-15|| ||perfidious: Indeed, Tkachiev is a formidable player; after all, to win in A J Goldsby vs Tkachiev, 1995 was no mean feat.|
|Nov-09-15|| ||OhioChessFan: How could I have forgotten that epic victory?|
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