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|Dec-01-04|| ||Poisonpawns: Who are the other GMs who play the dutch nowadays? He is the only one I know of who is faithful to the opening, does anyone know of any others? |
|Jul-21-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Vladimir P Malaniuk|
MALANIUK, Vladimir P.
|Aug-04-07|| ||whiteshark: <Poisonpawns>:
Stefan E S Kindermann
Both wrote a book about the Leningrad-Dutch
|Jul-21-08|| ||whiteshark: Happy Birthday, <Mr. Leningrad Defence>!|
|Jul-21-08|| ||zoat22: Malaniuk was in at least one of the PCA Intel Grand Prix things...|
|Feb-10-09|| ||Pyke: According to Alexei Shirov Malaniuk was one of the main contributers and proponents of the Archangelsk variation of the Ruy Lopez.|
Looking at his games in this variation it, he seemed to handle it quite well. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...
|Jul-21-09|| ||whiteshark: Hello <Pyke>!
How do you know all of that?
|Jul-21-09|| ||whiteshark: Happy Birthday, <Mr. Archangelsk Variation>!|
|Mar-14-10|| ||Tabanus: Open Bad Wörishofen (Germany) just ended, with Malaniuk as the winner,|
|Apr-08-10|| ||Tabanus: 3rd place in Doeberl Cup (Australia) 1-5 April 2010:|
|Apr-11-10|| ||Tabanus: And 4th in Sydney Open (Australia) 7-11 April 2010:
[Event "Sydney Open"]
[White "Li Chao"]
[Black "Malaniuk, Vladimir P"]
1. e4 d6 2. d4 Nf6 3. Nc3 e5 4. Nf3 Nbd7 5. g4 Nxg4 6.
Rg1 Ngf6 7. Bc4 h6 8. Be3 c6 9. dxe5 dxe5 10. Qd3 b5 11. Bb3 Qa5 12. O-O-O Ba6
13. Ne2 c5 14. c4 bxc4 15. Bxc4 Bxc4 16. Qxc4 Qb4 17. Qxb4 cxb4 18. Nd2 g6 19.
f3 Nb6 20. Kb1 Nfd7 21. Rc1 Be7 22. f4 exf4 23. Bxf4 Nc5 24. Be3 Rd8 25. Nd4
Nd3 26. Rc2 Bg5 27. Bxg5 hxg5 28. Nc6 Rd7 29. e5 Rh4 30. Nf3 Rc4 31. b3 Rxc2
32. Kxc2 Rc7 33. Kxd3 Rxc6 34. Nd4 Rc5 35. Rxg5 Nd7 36. h4 Nxe5+ 37. Ke4 f6 38.
Rg2 Kf7 39. Rc2 Rxc2 40. Nxc2 a5 41. Nd4 Kg7 42. Ne2 Kh6 43. Ng3 Ng4 44. Kf4
Nf2 45. Ke3 Nd1+ 46. Kd3 Nc3 47. a3 f5 48. axb4 axb4 49. Ke3 Ne4 50. Ne2 Nc5
51. Nc1 Kh5 52. Kd4 Na6 53. Kc4 f4 54. Nd3 f3 55. Kd4 0-1
|Jul-20-10|| ||Tabanus: Placed 5th in the Canadian Open 10-18 July 2010:
|Jul-21-10|| ||wordfunph: "The simple strategy of attacking your opponent's pieces and creating threats on every move has a cumulative effect. In 5-6 moves it reaches a critical mass and brings about the collapse of his defense."|
- GM Vladimir Malaniuk
|Jul-21-10|| ||Remizatorul: Nice pics gallery here...
|Jul-21-10|| ||Stonehenge: Happy Birthday :)|
|Jul-21-11|| ||FSR: Happy birthday, Vladimir Mala-Nyuk, Nyuk, Nyuk.|
|Jul-21-11|| ||WhiteRook48: <FSR> That is the corniest pun I have seen in a long time|
|Jul-21-11|| ||WhiteRook48: no offense intended btw|
|Jul-25-11|| ||FSR: <WhiteRook48> None taken.|
|Jul-21-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: Happy Birthday, GM Malaniuk!
|Jun-18-17|| ||ketchuplover: He was mentioned on the goldtoken.com chess discussion board today|
|Jul-02-17|| ||Stonehenge: RIP GM Malaniuk
|Jul-02-17|| ||whiteshark: RIP
above link translates to:
The chess federation of Ukraine and Ternopil region with deep regret report that on July 2, in the 60th year, the three-time champion of Ukraine, the silver medalist of the USSR championship of 1986, the chess Olympiad of 1996, the world championship team in 1993, the bronze Prize-winner of the 1998 Chess Olympiad in the national team of Ukraine, winner and prize-winner of a number of national and international competitions, international grandmaster <Vladimir Pavlovich Malanyuk> and express his sincere condolences to his family and friends.
The memory of VP Malanyuk, a cheerful and optimistic person with a fine sense of humor, committed to chess throughout his life, will always remain with us.
|Jul-03-17|| ||cunctatorg: I would like to read any great game of the late Grandmaster at his favorite (as Black) opening of the Leningrad Dutch as a game of the day, entitled: "The Siege of Leningrad"! |
Of course the aforementioned title is ... a banalite, therefore you could put it as: "The Siege of the Leningrad Dutchman from Ukraine!"
|Jul-03-17|| ||bubuli55: Rest In Peace|
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