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|Oct-17-04|| ||percyblakeney: Ukrainian Moiseenko could be the best player to have no kibitzing on his page (this far). He is currently ranked 43rd, and is one of very few prominent players to be born north of the Polar circle, in Severomorsk, near Murmansk. |
|Apr-27-05|| ||acirce: Miracle save against Ivanchuk just now. After 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+ 4. Nbd2 b6 5. a3 Bxd2+ 6. Qxd2 O-O 7. e3 Bb7 8. Be2 d6 9. O-O Ne4 10. Qc2 f5 11. b4 Rf6 12. d5 exd5 13. Bb2 Rg6 14. cxd5 Nd7 15. Rac1 Rc8 16. Rfd1 a6 17. Bd3 Qe7 18. Nd4 Bxd5 19. Bc4 Bxc4 20. Qxc4+ Kh8 21. Nxf5 Qe8 22. Qxa6 Rg5 23. Ng3 Nxg3 24. hxg3 Rxg3 25. Rxd6 Ra8 26. Re6 Qg8 27. Qb7 Rg5 28. Rxc7 Rb8 29. Qe4 Qd8 Ivanchuk as White is two pawns up and obviously completely winning. Just to illustrate Fritz gives 9 moves that keeps the advantage above +2.|
30. Rb7? followed and ..Nf8! introduced the ..Qd1+ Kh2 ..Qh5+ perpetual check idea as well as the threat to the rook. White could have kept an edge with 31.Bd4! Nxe6 (31..Rxb7 32.Re8) 32.Rxb8 Qxb8 33.Qxe6 but instead 31. Rh6 Rxb7 32. Qxb7 Qd1+ 33. Kh2 Rh5+ 34.Rxh5 Qxh5+ led to an instant draw.
|Apr-27-05|| ||iron maiden: <acirce> Where were you watching the game?|
|Apr-27-05|| ||acirce: http://www.chessliga.ru/online/
2 rounds left of the Russian Team Championships.
|Apr-27-05|| ||iron maiden: All right, thanks.|
|Apr-29-05|| ||acirce: Incredible - Moiseenko once again escaped defeat against a top player. This time Grischuk not only failed to win a won position, but even lost.|
|Apr-29-05|| ||Maroczy: Nothing against Moiseenko but I'm a Grischuk fan; he must be pretty upset.|
|Sep-30-05|| ||WTHarvey: Here are some critical positions in Alexander's games: http://www.wtharvey.com/mois.html|
|Dec-06-05|| ||al wazir: <WTHarvey>: The first position you give (Moiseenko against Khaetsky) is rather complicated. If black answers 1. Nd6 with 1...Qxd5+ there follows 2. Bd4 Qxc3 (2...Qe5 3. Rxc7) 3. bxc3 Kxd7 4. Qc7+ Kc6 5. Qxh7 Kb6. It isn't clear to me that white has the game won.|
|Jan-07-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Alexander Moiseenko|
|Feb-25-06|| ||Raskolnikov: Alexander just won the 22nd Open de Cappelle la Grande with 7.5 out of 9.|
|Feb-25-06|| ||dakgootje: <al wazir> What about 1. Nd7 Qxd4 2. Be3 Qxc3 3. bxc3 Kxd7 4. cxb4 ?|
|Apr-03-06|| ||PhilFeeley: I read this in the Chessville Weekly:
GM Alexander Moiseenko attempted to retract a move that he had legally made while playing in the 2004 Monarch Assurance Open on the Isle of Man (the game is not here ~PF). Moiseenko had reached the following position as White against Ghaem Maghami in Round 5 after 30 moves:
[FEN [bad FEN: 1r7/1Br1kppp/R1P1p/3b4/5P2/4K1PP/8/2R5]]
(Sorry, I don't have a picture of the position, and it looks like I don't understand FEN either.)
Moiseenko played the move 31. Rc3, but after making the move, restarted his own clock and attempted to play instead 31. Rc5.
The retraction was seen by Maghami and a couple of other players who were observing the game. The TD was informed, and Moiseenko was forced to play his original move 31. Rc3, which lost quickly after: 31.Rc3 Rbxb7 32.cxb7 Rxc3+ 33.Kd4 Bxb7 0-1
|Jul-09-06|| ||I3illieJoe: This guy is such a cheater. I saw him play at the World Open against Emilio Cordova and they reached a dead draw position. Cordova had 30 seconds left on his clock while the Ukranian had like 10 minutes left. Cordova called the TA and told them that they had made at least 20 moves and made no progress (they were moving only the kings and the bishops back and forth). So the Ukranian wanted to win on time and started making a scene, when it was obvious to even a 1000 rated player that the position was dead draw. What is wrong with him? A 2600 GM acting like that, screaming and behaving like a little boy...shame on him|
|Jul-09-06|| ||tpstar: <PhilFeeley>
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The first line is "1r6" since it must add up to 8, and the third line is "R1P1p3" if I have the correct position. =)
|Aug-12-07|| ||Peligroso Patzer: Moiseenko won the following hard-fought game today to take clear first place in the Arctic Ches Challenge: |
GM Alexander Moiseenko (UKR) (2641) - GM Mikhail Gurevich (TUR) (2633) Arctic Chess Challenge 2007(9), Scandic Hotel, Tromsø, 2007.08.12 Semi-Slav Defense, Accelerated Meran Variation
1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 e6 5.e3 a6 6.b3 Bb4 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 O-O 9.O-O Bd6 10.e4 dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 12.c5 Bc7 13.Na4 exd4 14.h3 Re8 15.Re1 h6 16.Rb1 Rb8 17.Qc1 Nf8 18.Rb4 N6d7 19.Bb1 Qf6 20.Nb6 Ng6 21.Nxc8 Rexc8 22.Nxd4 a5 23.Rc4 b5 24.cxb6e.p. Nxb6 25.Rxc6 Qxd4 26.Rxc7 Rxc7 27.Qxc7 Rc8 28.Be3 Qb4 29.Qxb6 Qxe1+ 30.Kh2 Ne5 31.a3 Nc4 32.Qb7 Re8 33.Ba2 Qc3 34.Qd7 Rf8 35.Bd4 Qd3 36.Qd5 Rc8 37.e5 Qc2 38.e6 Qxa2 39.exf7+ Kf8 40.Qe6 Qc2 41.Bc5+ 1-0
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|Aug-12-07|| ||Peligroso Patzer: Here are a few annotations to the critical phase of today's decisive game in the Arctic Chess Challenge. (The eventual winner, Moiseenko, actually stood worse for most of the middle game.)|
GM Alexander Moiseenko (UKR) (2641) - GM Mikhail Gurevich (TUR) (2633)
Arctic Chess Challenge 2007(9), Scandic Hotel, Tromsø, 2007.08.12 Semi-Slav Defense, Accelerated Meran Variation D45
1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 e6 5.e3 a6 6.b3 Bb4 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 10.e4 dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 12.c5 Bc7 13.Na4 exd4 14.h3 Re8 15.Re1 h6 16.Rb1 Rb8 17.Qc1 Nf8 18.Rb4 N6d7 19.Bb1 Qf6 20.Nb6 Ng6 21.Nxc8 Rexc8 22.Nxd4 a5 23.Rc4 b5 24.cxb6 Nxb6 25.Rxc6 Qxd4 26.Rxc7 Rxc7 27.Qxc7 Rc8 28.Be3 Qb4 29.Qxb6 Qxe1+ 30.Kh2 Ne5 31.a3 Nc4 32.Qb7 Re8? <[Better is 32...Rd8 33.Qc7 Rf8 34.Bc5 Re8 35.Bd3 Qc3 36.Qd7 Rb8 ]> 33.Ba2 Qc3?? <[Better is 33...Nxe3 34.Qxf7+ Kh7 35.fxe3 (35.Qxe8 Nf1+ =) 35...Rb8 36.Qf5+ Kh8=]> 34.Qd7 Rf8 <[Better is 34...Qe5+ 35.g3 Nxe3 36.Bxf7+ Kf8 37.Bxe8 Qf6 38.Qf7+ Qxf7 39.Bxf7 Nc2 40.Bd5 Nxa3 ]> 35.Bd4? <[This gives Black a chance to get back in the game. Better is 35.Qc6! Qe5+ 36.f4 Qc3 37.Bg1 Qd2 38.Qxc4 Qxf4+ 39.Kh1 Rd8 40.Qa4 ]> 35...Qd3 36.Qd5 Rc8 37.e5 Qc2?? <[The final blunder. Better would have been 37...Qe2 38.Bb3 Qd3 39.Ba2 Qe2=]> 38.e6 Qxa2 39.exf7+ Kf8 <[Also losing is 39...Kh8 40.Qe6 Ne5 (Black cannot save his Rook, e.g., 40...Rb8 41.Qxh6#) 41.Qxc8+ Kh7 42.f8Q ; also losing would be 39...Kh7 40.Qf5+ Kh8 41.f8Q+ Rxf8 42.Qxf8+ Kh7 43.Qxg7#]> 40.Qe6 Qc2 <[Holding out a little longer but still hopeless would have been 40...Qxa3 41.Qxc8+ Kxf7 42.Qxc4+ ]> 41.Bc5+ 1-0
|May-09-08|| ||brankat: GM A.Moiseenko is only 28 years old, current FIDE rating about 2650, winning percentage 61.8 %, still very much active.|
And has NO Bio here! :-)
|May-17-08|| ||whiteshark: Happy birthday, GM Moiseenko!|
|May-17-08|| ||whiteshark: <brankat: <GM A.Moiseenko is only 28 years old, current FIDE rating about 2650, winning percentage 61.8 %, still very much active.|
And has NO Bio here! :-)>>
There you go! :D
|Aug-08-08|| ||timhortons: severomorskij(GM) : thank you,have a nice day!
severomorskij: icc handle of grandmaster moiseenko.
a very humble person, somebody who would chat with a patzer at icc.
id seen him in person at canadian open. he looks younger in person, he look like a nerd with the picture posted here. He won the canadian open 2008.
|Aug-09-08|| ||Albertan: GM Moiseenko won the 2008 Edmonton International Invitation Chess Tournament with a score of 7/9 (undefeated 5 wins and 4 draws). The final crosstable is at http://www.ecf2008.com/internationa...|
|Sep-17-08|| ||Ezzy: What a fantastic few months Moiseenko has had. He has won his last 4 tournaments (without a loss) and has the higheat points gain on the Fide list . He has gained 48 Elo points for the october list, higher than anybody else.|
A sterling effort. Congrats to him!!
|Feb-25-09|| ||timhortons: Congratulation for winning the aeroflot open 2009.
Picture of GM moiseenkoo at last year canadian open(left side)
|Mar-19-09|| ||timhortons: I chat with GM moiseenko at icc and he told me he might play at TIM (TOURNEO INTERNATIONAL MONTREAL).Last year its Shulman who win the tournament after nakamura dismall performance.|
<severomorskij(GM): may be in TIM(round robin)>
Theres no official schedule yet with federation quebecois de echec regarding the tournament.
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