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|Jun-03-04|| ||acirce: Russian. |
|Oct-30-04|| ||Catfriend: I knew him by this wonderful loss:
Sutovsky vs Dvoirys, 2003
But he has also very nice victories..
|Oct-30-04|| ||PinkPanther: I don't know, but this guy comes off to me as being a bit nutty :) |
|Oct-30-04|| ||Knight13: I never knew who the heck he was until today, "the player of the day." |
|Nov-02-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Semen I Dvoirys|
DVOIRYS, Semen I.
|Jan-02-07|| ||plang: Certainly one of his best games was his nice attacking win over Khalifman in the 1997 russian championship which was voted 4th best game in Informant #69 but it is not included in this database.|
|Apr-05-07|| ||wordfun: He obtained his GM title in 1990.|
|Apr-05-07|| ||veigaman: What a name! He must be a player with testicles:)|
|May-29-07|| ||Vash854: Actualy in Russian the second e has 2 dots over it which is pronounced like Semyon (roughly), but in English they don't have such a letter so they write Semen (I carry the same name btw).|
|Oct-22-08|| ||Karpova: Hans Ree in "One Hundred Percent Chessplayer" from December 1997: http://www.chesscafe.com/text/hans1...|
<Dvoirys had been in Leeuwarden before and once he had thrown
his shoe through the tournament hall after a defeat. He always
came with a few companions and this time his companions had
told the Leeuwarden organizers that during a tournament in France,
a few weeks earlier, they had worried about Dvoirys, because they
had noticed that during the night he had disappeared. It was only
after a long search that they had found him, in the woods near a
hollow tree where every day he had been hiding food, picnicking in
the middle of night.
As long as Dvoirys was doing well in the tournament we noticed
nothing peculiar about him, but in the seventh round against
Bosboom he suffered the first of three consecutive defeats and in
despair he broke a block of chocolate in to little pieces, threw them
all about and then went to collect them, searching under his own
and his neighbor's table. They were quite surprised when, in the
heat of battle, they suddenly found another player crawling under
their legs. "Gentlemen please, serious games in progress!" is the
traditional arbiter's call to order, but the arbiter was speechless and
anyway, his words would have been powerless.
After losing to Lobron in the last round, Dvoirys kneeled and beat
his head three times on the floor with great force. I did not see it,
for I was outside the building smoking a cigarette - yes,
Americans, the anti-smoking brigade has reached our shores, but in
defence of the rules committee it has to be said that we played in a
museum among paintings of seventeenth century masters - and I
barely saw how Dvoirys came hurrying out of the building at full
speed only missing hitting a wall of the Chancellery by sheer luck
before disappearing out of sight.
The chief organizer told us that once in Russia Dvoirys had beaten
his head until it bled with his opponent's queen that he had just
captured. "This is not quite true," said Russian grandmaster
Gleizerov. "It was a knight. The knight is very sharp in Russia. His
behavior has to be explained by the fact that he is a one hundred
percent chessplayer. Chess is his life.''>
|Feb-22-09|| ||MarvinTsai: Nice sharing, <Karpova>, considering this game: Dvoirys vs Wang Yue, 2007 , he must have been quite upset at the end.|
|Mar-18-09|| ||Whitehat1963: Okay, come on. SERIOUSLY!|
|Mar-18-09|| ||I Like Fish: a hundred per cent...
|Nov-02-09|| ||DarthStapler: I hear this guy is an "up and cumming" player|
|Jul-23-10|| ||wolfmaster: I bet he doesn't play much now; the climax of his career was a while ago.|
|Nov-03-10|| ||wordfunph: watta name!
happy birthday Semen..
|Nov-03-10|| ||Stonehenge: Russian pronounciation has everything to do with where the emphasis lies. For example Roman is pronounced as Raman, with the emphasis on the last a. The second e in Semen is actually a 'jo' (jolka) -no, not 'djo' as in English. In spoken language it's something like Siemjon -jon *not* being pronounced as John.|
|Jul-21-12|| ||FSR: His name is "Semen"? Come now.|
|Jul-21-12|| ||perfidious: <FSR> Here's another variant of Simon in Russian, featuring a better-known player: Semyon Abramovich Furman.|
|Jul-21-12|| ||FSR: <perfidious> There's also Simen Agdestein.|
|Jul-21-12|| ||perfidious: <FSR> A while ago, I worked with a guy whose last name was Siemen. He was a real drip-pun very much intended!|
|Jul-19-13|| ||Wyatt Gwyon: Nobody ever accused him of firing blanks.|
|Oct-10-13|| ||PhilFeeley: Missing this titanic struggle. Black survives a fierce attack to emerge 2 pawns up to the end:|
Lputian, Smbat G 2540, Dvoirys, Semen I 2440
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.cxd5 Nxd5 5.e4 Nxc3 6.bxc3 Bg7 7.Bc4 c5 8.Ne2 Nc6 9.Be3 cxd4 10.cxd4 Qa5+ 11.Kf1 Bd7 12.h4 Rc8 13.Rc1 0-0 14.h5 e6 15.hxg6 hxg6 16.Qd3 b5 17.Bb3 Nb4 18.Qd2 Rxc1+ 19.Nxc1 Nc6 20.Qd3 b4 21.Ne2 Rd8 22.Bh6 Bxd4 23.Qh3 Bf6 24.Be3 Bc8 25.Nf4 Ne7 26.Kg1 Qe5 27.Qh7+ Kf8 28.Rh3 Qxe4 29.Ba4 Bd7 30.Nh5 Be5 31.Bh6+ Ke8 32.Ng7+ Bxg7 33.Bxd7+ Kxd7 34.Qxg7 Qe1+ 35.Kh2 Qxf2 36.Bg5 Kc6 37.Rf3 Qc5 38.Be3 Qh5+ 39.Rh3 Qf5 40.Rf3 Qd5 41.Qxf7 Rh8+ 42.Kg1 Qd1+ 43.Rf1 Qd6 44.Rc1+ Kb7 45.Bc5 Qh2+ 46.Kf1 Rh7 47.Qf3+ Nd5 48.a3 Qf4 49.Qxf4 Nxf4 50.Rb1 Nd3 51.Bg1 a5 52.Ke2 Rd7 53.Be3 Kc6 54.axb4 Nxb4 55.Rc1+ Kb7 56.Rc4 e5 57.Rg4 Rg7 58.Rg5 Nc6 59.Kd3 Kc7 60.Bc5 Kd7 61.Ke4 Ke6 62.Rg3 Nd8
63.Rb3 Rc7 64.Bb6 Rc4+ 65.Kd3 Ra4 66.Rc3 Nf7 67.Rc6+ Kf5 68.g4+ Rxg4
69.Bxa5 Rg3+ 70.Ke2 g5 71.Bb4 g4 72.Be7 Ng5 73.Rf6+ Ke4 74.Kf2 Rb3 75.Rg6 Nh3+ 76.Kf1 Rb1+ 0-1
|Jul-05-15|| ||maxi: I understand he is a seminal player in Russian chess.|
|Jul-05-15|| ||offramp: A tournament in his honour:
The Dvoirys Always Open.
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