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|Feb-13-13|| ||whiteshark: Many happy returns of the Day, <Artur>!|
|Feb-13-14|| ||paavoh: Does anyone know any notable players Yusupov is or has been coaching?|
|Feb-13-14|| ||Penguincw: Happy 54th birthday GM Artur Yusupov!|
|Nov-16-14|| ||Rookiepawn: <he had, of course, been set up by the hotel reception staff, who had directed him to the bank in the first place.>|
This is high quality customer care, they organize everything for you.
|Dec-01-14|| ||john barleycorn: From bio above:
<In the early 1990s he disturbed burglars in his Moscow flat and was shot. Soon afterwards, Yusupov moved to Germany where he now works as a writer and trainer.>
That doesn't make a lot of sense. When he was shot, he would have been be moved and quitted working, instantly.
|Dec-20-14|| ||whiteshark: Great interview with him: http://chess24.com/en/read/news/yus...|
the original, even more extensive Russian version: http://www.chesspro.ru/interview/ju... (great photos, too!)
|Dec-20-14|| ||john barleycorn: <whiteshark: Great interview with him>|
|Mar-18-15|| ||Penguincw: Congrats to Yusupov for his performance at the Reykjavik Open (2015). He was the 15th seed with 2573, and finished with 7.5/10, and 13th overall (near the end of a 11-way tie for 4th). He also gained 8.7 rating points.|
BTW: Is Jussupow his German name or something? Thanks.
|May-01-15|| ||paavoh: @Penguincw: <Jussupow> is a typical German translitteration of his Russian surname. |
For other options, please scroll down the page:
I am not aware if <Jussupow> is his current official surname - anyone?
|May-26-15|| ||TheFocus: <What distinguishes a Grandmaster from a master? Chess-lovers often ask questions like that. To many people it seems that Grandmasters simply calculate variations a little deeper. Or that they know their opening theory slightly better. But in fact the real difference is something else. You can pick out two essential qualities in which those with higher titles are superior to others: the ability to sense the critical moment in a game, and a finer understanding of various positional problems> - Artur Yusupov.|
|Jul-02-15|| ||Willem Wallekers: It looks like Jussupow is indeed the official spelling nowadays. There is an Artur Jussupow playing in the World Open. Must be him.|
|Jul-02-15|| ||paavoh: Thanks <Willem>!|
|Jul-09-15|| ||Tomlinsky: "The problem with the Dutch is that Black very often in the middlegame finds that his best available move is f5-f7." - Artur Yusupov|
|Sep-13-15|| ||offramp: <"In the early 1990s, he interrupted burglars in his Moscow flat, was shot and was fortunate to survive.">|
I wonder if he was shot by a descendent of Rasputin?
|Sep-13-15|| ||Howard: Yes, 1990 was when he was shot. Inside Chess had a short article about that.|
|Feb-13-16|| ||TheFocus: Happy birthday, GM Artur Yusupov.|
|Feb-13-16|| ||MissScarlett: < In the early 1990s, he interrupted burglars in his Moscow flat, was shot and was fortunate to survive.>|
<In the lawless conditions of Russia’s 1990s, he was stabbed in the stomach by a robber at his Moscow flat and was lucky to survive.>
|Jun-30-16|| ||ketchuplover: www.newinchess.com now has "Revision & Exam 1 : The fundamentals"|
|Aug-01-16|| ||posoo: WHEN do u think dat dis man is going to DIE?|
|Aug-15-16|| ||The Chess Express: That's a bit rude considering what a great guy he is.|
|Aug-16-16|| ||offramp: <The Chess Express: That's a bit rude considering what a great guy he is.>|
Posoo was referring to Yusupov's having been both shot and stabbed and surviving Kasparov vs Yusupov, 1993.
|Aug-16-16|| ||morfishine: <posoo> Dis man is honly fiffy sit yeers he hus menny mo time a head uv hym|
|Feb-13-17|| ||TheFocus: Happy birthday, Artur Yusupov!|
|Feb-13-17|| ||Swedish Logician: In 1986 there were FOUR decided Winaver Advanced French games between Sokolov and Yusupov, with net result 2-2. Three earlier ones were in their Candiates match, but Yusupov's Petrosian-like sacrifice of the exchange in this marvellous positional win impressed me the most:
A Sokolov vs Yusupov, 1986
It has, however, not been included among his notable games, where it definitely belongs.|
|Feb-13-17|| ||moronovich: <Swedish Logician> |
Plani(n)c and Timman also played 4 games of Winanwer I think.Not in a row,but on 4 different occasions ! I think Plani(n)c won them all.Timman was stubborn and wanted to exploit a certain variation with an early -Qa5-a4.
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