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Chekhov 
 
Valery A Chekhov
Number of games in database: 1,069
Years covered: 1972 to 2014
Last FIDE rating: 2457
Highest rating achieved in database: 2535
Overall record: +386 -216 =461 (58.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.
      6 exhibition games, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 King's Indian (82) 
    E97 E94 E92 E91 E90
 Sicilian (52) 
    B22 B52 B40 B51 B30
 English (46) 
    A15 A17 A18 A19 A10
 Nimzo Indian (39) 
    E32 E41 E38 E48 E36
 Queen's Gambit Declined (32) 
    D37 D35 D31 D38 D30
 Orthodox Defense (29) 
    D55 D58 D51 D53 D63
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (120) 
    B33 B40 B22 B45 B30
 King's Indian (47) 
    E94 E81 E73 E62 E90
 Queen's Pawn Game (42) 
    A41 A46 A45 E10 E00
 Ruy Lopez (31) 
    C80 C77 C82 C81 C83
 Queen's Gambit Accepted (25) 
    D27 D20 D26 D29 D22
 Slav (23) 
    D15 D14 D10 D13 D11
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Chekhov vs Razuvaev, 1982 1-0
   Kupreichik vs Chekhov, 1976 0-1
   Karpov vs Chekhov, 1972 0-1
   Chekhov vs L Karsa, 1983 1-0
   Tal vs Chekhov, 1991 0-1
   L Zaid vs Chekhov, 1975 0-1
   T Pirttimaki vs Chekhov, 1983 0-1
   Chekhov vs H U Gruenberg, 1983 1-0
   Chekhov vs S Makarichev, 1980 1/2-1/2

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   67th Russian Championship Higher League (2014)
   Chigorin Memorial (2013)
   Chigorin Memorial (2012)

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VALERY A CHEKHOV
(born Nov-27-1955, 58 years old) Russia

[what is this?]
Valery Alexandrovich Chekhov was born in Moscow. Awarded the IM title in 1975 and the GM title in 1984, he was World Junior Champion in 1975. In tournaments he has been 1st or 1st= at Lvov 1983, Irkutsk 1983, Barcelona 1984, Dresden 1985 and at the Berlin Open 1986.

Wikipedia article: Valery Chekhov


 page 1 of 43; games 1-25 of 1,069  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Karpov vs Chekhov 0-139 1972 URSC83 Ruy Lopez, Open
2. Spassky vs Chekhov 0-140 1972 MoscowC83 Ruy Lopez, Open
3. V Muratov vs Chekhov  1-043 1973 Moscow-chE80 King's Indian, Samisch Variation
4. Chekhov vs V Nasybullin 0-133 1973 Vilnius YMB51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
5. O Moiseev vs Chekhov  0-142 1973 Moscow-chA48 King's Indian
6. V Volkovinsky vs Chekhov  1-044 1973 Spartak-chA48 King's Indian
7. S Makarichev vs Chekhov  1-074 1973 Moscow-chC77 Ruy Lopez
8. Chekhov vs B Shatskes  1-027 1973 Spartak-chC03 French, Tarrasch
9. Chekhov vs S Vesselovsky  0-135 1973 Moscow-chC46 Three Knights
10. Chekhov vs V N Kozlov  1-068 1973 OdessaB40 Sicilian
11. A Bykhovsky vs Chekhov  ½-½57 1974 Lvov U18C55 Two Knights Defense
12. L Zaid vs Chekhov  0-159 1974 Lvov U18D90 Grunfeld
13. A Kochyev vs Chekhov  1-042 1974 Lvov U18A15 English
14. Chekhov vs L Zaid  0-159 1974 Lvov U18C44 King's Pawn Game
15. Chekhov vs Mikhalchishin  1-018 1974 Lvov U18B51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
16. V Kirpichnikov vs Chekhov  ½-½32 1975 URS-CupT BurevestnikB33 Sicilian
17. A Monakov vs Chekhov  1-021 1975 Moscow-chC43 Petrov, Modern Attack
18. Savon vs Chekhov  0-140 1975 URS-ch FL43A15 English
19. Chekhov vs V Inkiov  ½-½30 1975 Wch U20B52 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
20. A J Mestel vs Chekhov  ½-½41 1975 Wch U20A05 Reti Opening
21. Chekhov vs Igor Ivanov  1-026 1975 URS-ch FL43C68 Ruy Lopez, Exchange
22. A Ivanov vs Chekhov  ½-½59 1975 Sochi U20C28 Vienna Game
23. Chekhov vs Larry Evans  ½-½52 1975 AlgarveB22 Sicilian, Alapin
24. Chekhov vs Schussler  ½-½41 1975 Wch U20A36 English
25. Chekhov vs A Korelov  1-029 1975 URS-CupT BurevestnikB22 Sicilian, Alapin
 page 1 of 43; games 1-25 of 1,069  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-26-03  Master of Sacrifice: maybe its a different Valery Chekhov and the database accidentally mixed them. I mean, the database has a game from 1893, then immediately afterward a game from 1972. Clearly two different players.
Nov-26-03
Premium Chessgames Member
  chessgames.com: The game from 1893 was a different Chekhov (obviously!) and we have it fixed now.
Sep-24-04  d4Nf6Bg5: What happened to Pavel Chekhov?
Nov-03-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  chessgames.com: Many thanks to Honza Cervenka for helping us extend this page to over 1000 games!
Nov-03-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: Thanks for your brilliant efforts <Honza>. Your analysis and research efforts have helped to make this site unique.
Dec-26-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: Valery Alexandrovich Chekhov
Born 27th November 1955
He became an IM in 1975 and a GM in 1984. He was World Junior Champion in 1975.
Mar-09-08  Open Defence: so when did he join the star ship Enterprise ?
Nov-27-08  BIDMONFA: Valery A Chekhov

CHEKHOV, Valery
http://www.bidmonfa.com/chekhov_val...
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Nov-27-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karpova: <"Chess used to be prestigious," said Valery Chekhov, a junior world champion in the 1970s. "Now not as much. But children are starting to love it for different reasons."

The main reason is the use of computers in today's chess world, which has sparked a resurgence of interest among children, Chekhov said.

Kasparov and his predecessors became champions through endless reading and playing, but chess experts agree that computers have pushed the game to a higher level - making chess research and previous outcomes much more widely available.

Russia's bright chess future is visible at a children's center where Chekhov and his wife, Tatyana, provide free after-school lessons.

Tatyana Chekhov lectures to an attentive class full of young chess-lovers, gesturing with a pointer to a chess diagram taped to the blackboard.

In an adjacent room, children are immersed in brightly colored computer chess programs. Clicking on the correct answer to a problem prompts a cheery beep.>

Source: From "The Seattle Times", Dave Carpenter's "Moscow Knights: Russians' Fanaticism For Chess Endures" from 1998.03.15: http://community.seattletimes.nwsou...

Nov-27-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  maxi: <Open defense> How silly can you get!? That was not him; it was his great-grandson.
Nov-27-08  Open Defence: aaah I thought Q messed with the Continuum again
Nov-27-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  maxi: That'ss just... a ... mindbogling explantion!!!!!!!! How. How could you even... CONSIDER?????? it!!!!!

------Kirk

Nov-27-08  Open Defence: It would appear to be the only logical explanation Captain...

Spock

Nov-27-08  lentil: the star trek guy was named pavel chekhov
Nov-27-09  edbermac: Where's Chekov? Out with Uhura looking for nuclear wessels.
Nov-27-09  ComboKal: Here's a little Star Trek trivia that involves the <Continuum> with no <logical explanation>!

In the movie <"The Wrath of Khan"> when <Khan> encounters <Pavel Chekov> on Ceti Alpha Five, he recognized him, claiming he never forgets a face.

How is this possible???

Chekov didn't appear on the TV series until the second season, and therefore was not in the first season episode <"Space Seed"> which featured the imfamous Khan, and his crew of the Botany Bay.

Dec-27-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  talisman: Uncle Vanya!
Nov-27-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: happy 55th birthday GM Chekhov!
Feb-15-11  Raisin Death Ray: Keptin, there is an enemy wessel approaching!
Nov-27-11  asianwarrior: He defeated Karpov and Spassky at their prime(1972)? its an accomplishment!!!!
Nov-27-11  Penguincw: Player of the Day: Valery A Chekhov. Also, happy 56th birthday.
Nov-27-11  Birthday Boy: Happy Birthday! Valery A Chekhov !
Nov-27-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  Abdel Irada: I imagine that the 19th-century playwright Anton Chekhov (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anton_...) would be somewhat put out to discover that his fame has been eclipsed by a cheesy pseudo-Russian comic deuteragonist in a made-for-television 20th-century science-fiction drama.

And I'm not sure that he'd find much consolation in the fact that the latter was a namesake of his father, Pavel Yegorovich Chekhov.

Nov-27-12  YoungEd: I don't know if this player is married, but if so his wife is Chekov mate.
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