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|Aug-07-07|| ||BIDMONFA: Kjetil A Lie|
LIE, Kjetil A.
|Aug-10-07|| ||mr.fisk: We need some action on this page! Lie is playing the chess of his life in Tromso, http://arcticchess.org/engindex.htm|
|Aug-11-07|| ||Appaz: <mr.fisk> He surley deserves more attention. A quick summary: 6.5/7 with two rounds to go, a TPR of 2782 and Magnus Carlsen up next.|
You need luck to win a tournament, and Lie has had his fair share of it so far, like when Mikhalevski missed the winning 33.Qxf6!
Against Carlsen his chances lays in playing white with good knowledge of both the style and openings of his opponent. The "friends factor" can also easily compensate for a couple of hundred rating points.
Go, Kjetil, one more for Telemark!
|Aug-11-07|| ||cotdt: Lie was Carlsen's second and knows Carlsen's playing style well. Lie's playing style is amazing, sacrifices and hanging peices everywhere. Be sure not to miss today's game against Carlsen!|
|Aug-11-07|| ||Peligroso Patzer: As posted hereinabove on Aug-10-05:
<TheAlchemist: Kjetil A Lie: "I am not related to Odd Lie." >
From a posting today on the Magnus Carlsen page (#600): <whiteshark: <Peligroso Patzer ...Kjetil Lie - any relation to the notorious Odd Lie, I wonder?> Yes Kjetil A Lie and Espen Lie are grandchildren of Odd Lie.
User: Tabanus, whom is also paricipating at the Arctic Chess Challenge in Tromsö asked Kjetil Lie directly a few days ago...>
So which statement is the real odd lie?
|Aug-11-07|| ||Karpova: <Tabanus: I asked GM Lie today. He and IM Lie are brothers, and Odd Lie was their *grandfather*. I told him about the Odd Lie page on cg.com... I don't think he'll be offended.>
There's no need not to trust him. And <Tabanus> had the chance to ask him (he played against Lie in the first round)
|Aug-11-07|| ||whiteshark: Looking at <TheAlchemist>' sentence, he punned...ambiguously. :D|
|Aug-11-07|| ||Appaz: Draw for Lie against Carlsen, and still a half point ahead of Moiseenko before the 9th round.|
He has gained rating for every game so far.
|Aug-12-07|| ||Peligroso Patzer: Lie’s fantastic run at the Arctic Chess Challenge came up one-half point short of first place when he lost the following game earlier today:|
GM Kjetil A. Lie (NOR) (2536) - GM Vugar Gashimov (AZE) (2655)
Arctic Chess Callenge 2007(9), Scandic Hotel, Tromsø, 2007.08.12
1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 e6 3.e3 c5 4.c3 cxd4 5.exd4 Be7 6.Nd2 b6 7.Ngf3 Bb7 8.Bxf6 Bxf6 9.Bd3 d6 10.Qe2 Qc7 11.h4 h6 12.g4 Nd7 13.O-O-O O-O-O 14.Ba6 Bxa6 15.Qxa6+ Qb7 16.Qd3 Be7 17.Rhg1 Kb8 18.g5 hxg5 19.Nxg5 Bxg5 20.Rxg5 g6 21.Ne4 d5 22.Nd2 Nf6 23.Rh1 Rc8 24.Kb1 Qc7 25.Qf3 Nh5 26.Rg4 Qe7 27.Nf1 Rh7 28.Ng3 Rch8 29.Nxh5 Rxh5 30.Qg3+ Kb7 31.f4 b5 32.a3 a6 33.Kc2 Kc6 34.Rh2 Kd7 35.Rg5 Qd6 36.Re5 Qc7 37.b3 a5 38.Kd1 a4 39.Qd3 Qb8 40.bxa4 bxa4 41.Rxh5 Rxh5 42.Qc2 Ke7 43.Qxa4 Qxf4 44.Qb4+ Kf6 45.Qb2 Kg7 46.a4 Rf5 47.Qe2 e5 48.h5 exd4 49.Qd2 dxc3 50.Qxc3+ d4 51.Qb2 Qf3+ 52.Kd2 Qe3+ 53.Kc2 gxh5 54.Kb1 Rf1+ 55.Ka2 Qe6+ 0-1
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|Aug-12-07|| ||Peligroso Patzer: As the following variations demonstrate, Lie was facing either mate or loss of his Queen within a few moves in the final position:
56.a3 [56.b3 a1+ 57.b2 b1+ 58.xb1 xb3+ ] 56...d6+ 57.b3 [57.a2 d5+ 58.a3 c5+ 59.a2 c4+ 60.a3 f3+ 61.c3 xc3+ 62.b2 b3+ 63.a1 c1#] 57...f3+ 58.c4 c3+ 59.b5 b8+ 60.a5 c5+ 61.b5 [61.a6 a8+ 62.b6 a5+ 63.b7 c7+ 64.b8 a7#] 61...xb5+ |
|Aug-13-07|| ||Appaz: Final result: 7/9, shared 2nd with Carlsen and Gashimov and TPR of 2675. A very nice tournament.|
|Dec-03-07|| ||cotdt: It seems like Lie throws his games against Carlsen. He makes unsound sacrifices out of the blue, which loses instantly.|
|Dec-03-07|| ||frogbert: from the bio above:
<Lie's playing style is aggressive and sacrificial>
cotdt, lie always plays like that, it just has started to look like "throwing games" after carlsen became "too strong" for kjetil. :o) gm lie used to have a very good record against carlsen, actually :o)
|Dec-03-07|| ||frogbert: i think it's more exact to say that lie makes sacrifices out of the blue - the outcome can be anything :o)|
just consider this trashing of 150 points higher rated cheparinov in 2005: K Lie vs I Cheparinov, 2005
|Mar-10-08|| ||TheGladiatres: Kjetil is playing a nice game right now in Reykjavik, he will move into second place I think if he win this one.|
|Nov-16-08|| ||shahjinan: Today he found historical win for China.... I seen game....His analysis is up to the mark...I believe he will be high rated pretty soon...|
I am from India....Fan of Anand and Carlsen;)
|Nov-16-08|| ||hormuspeston: Still haven't read all the posts... Came here wondering if the name was a creative spelling of the phrase "Tell a Lie"!|
|Nov-16-08|| ||Tabanus: I've said this before: GM Lie is very talented!
[Event "Chess Olympiad 2008"]
[White "Lie, Kjetil A"]
[Black "Bu, Xiangzhi"]
1. c4 c6 2. e4 d5 3. cxd5 cxd5 4. e5 Nc6 5. d4 Bf5 6. Bd3 Bxd3 7. Qxd3 e6 8. Nf3 Nge7 9. h4 Qb6 10. Nc3 Nf5 11. Be3 Rd8 12. g4 Nxe3 13. fxe3 Be7 14. O-O O-O 15. Rf2 Nb4 16. Qd2 Qa6 17. Rd1 f6 18. a3 Nc6 19. exf6 Rxf6 20. Ne2 Bd6 21. Rdf1 Na5 22. Ng5 Rxf2 23. Rxf2 Be7 24. e4 h6 25. Qf4 Rf8 26. Qc7 Rxf2 27. Kxf2 Bxg5 28. hxg5 Qb6 29. Qc8+ Kh7 30. g6+ Kxg6 31. exd5 Qd6 32. Qxe6+ Qxe6 33. dxe6 Kf6 34. d5 Nc4 35. Nd4 g6 36. b3 Nd6 37. Nf3 Nb5 38. Ke3 Nxa3 39. Nd4 Ke7 40. Kf4 Kd6 41. g5 h5 42. Nf5+ Kc7 43. Ke4 1-0
|Nov-18-08|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday Kjetil!|
|Jan-03-09|| ||Sularus: hope he wins at least one game in the AKER CHESS CHALLENGE|
Kjetil A Lie
|Jan-05-09|| ||WhiteRook48: happy new year GM Lie!!|
|May-16-09|| ||Tabanus: http://www.tromso2014.no/profiles_k...|
|Jan-25-12|| ||wordfunph: from chessbase..
<During the 2007 candidates matches in Elista, Lie served as Magnus Carlsen's second, helping with analysis and preparations. He was praised by Magnus's father for his efforts and humor. In Wijk aan Zee this year he mainly assists Magnus by playing squash with him in the evenings.>
|Nov-18-12|| ||brankat: So many Lies around here :-)|
|Nov-18-12|| ||waustad: Happy B'day! You just flipped 6 bits!|
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