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|Dec-29-07|| ||Ziggurat: <How to develop intelligence>: an interview with Yuri Razuvaev http://chessok.com/?p=73#more-73|
|Oct-10-08|| ||Lizard King: Nice picture of Yuri..|
|Mar-09-09|| ||whiteshark: Quote Of The Day
<Only a good bishop can be sacrificed, a bad bishop can only be lost.>
(from Kelly Atkins) --> http://www.gmchess.com/
|Jul-19-09|| ||Karpova: Reggio Emilia 1995/96 was a memorable tournament for him: He shared first place with Dreev and Epishin. He scored +2 -0 =7. They finished ahead of strong players like Beliavsky, Azmaiparashvili, Vaganian and Dautov.|
|Jul-19-09|| ||myschkin: . . .
<Karpova> Glückwunsch und Glück auf ;)
|Jan-02-11|| ||GrahamClayton: A Yuri Razuvaev game not in the database:
[Event "19th Student Olympiad"]
[Site "Mayaguez, Puerto Rico"]
[White "Razuvaev, Yuri"]
[Black "Koski, Avraham"]
1. d4 d5 2. c4 Nc6 3. Nf3 Bg4 4. cxd5 Bxf3 5. dxc6 Bxc6 6. Nc3 e6 7. e4 Bb4 8. f3 f5 9. Bc4 fxe4 10. O-O exf3 11. Bxe6 Qf6 12. d5 f2+ 13. Kh1 Bxc3 14. dxc6 Qxe6 15. cxb7 Rd8 16. Qxd8+ 1-0
Source: Bill Wall, “500 Queen’s Gambit Miniatures”, Chess Enterprises Inc, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 1985
|Oct-10-11|| ||brankat: A very good chess coach.
|Oct-10-11|| ||theodor: be happy, daragoy Yuri Sergeyevich|
|Mar-22-12|| ||Catfriend: According to crestbook.com, Y.S. Razuvaev died yesterday at the age of 66. Rest In Peace!|
|Mar-22-12|| ||stanleys: How sad :( R.I.P GM Razuvaev|
|Mar-22-12|| ||whiteshark: That's a sad news. May he rest in peace.|
|Mar-22-12|| ||Karpova: Eulogy by Boris Gulko: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...|
|Mar-22-12|| ||Eastfrisian: R.I.P. GM Razuvaev.|
|Mar-22-12|| ||Lovuschka: Pictures of Mr. Razuvaev with his pupil Alexandra Kosteniuk: http://chessqueen.com/remembering-m...|
|Mar-22-12|| ||Birthday Boy: R.I.P. GM Yuri Razuvaev ...|
|Mar-22-12|| ||ozmikey: RIP. An underrated figure, in my opinion.|
|Mar-22-12|| ||wordfunph: <In the autumn of 1958, a little boy stood in the library with thousands of chess books looking through the books and quite unable to make a choice. "Take this one, you won't regret it," suggested a voice, and he was handed The Art of Sacrifice by Spielmann. The voice was David Bronstein's, who in the same library had gone over several games that the boy had played, engraving that day for ever on the memory of future Grandmaster Yury Razuvaev.>|
rest in peace, GM Razuvaev..
|Mar-23-12|| ||ozmikey: <wordfunph> Nice story. Where is it from?|
|Mar-23-12|| ||ketchuplover: RIP and thanks for your contribution to chess history.|
|Mar-29-12|| ||talisman: R.I.P. Yuri.|
|Apr-04-12|| ||WTHarvey: Here are 27 critical positions from Yuri's games: http://www.wtharvey.com/razu.html|
|Apr-08-12|| ||Albertan: "The Russian GM Yuri Razuvaev has died in Moscow at the age of 66. He was an immensely strong player with a straightforward attacking style". source:
|Aug-09-13|| ||csmath: Razuvaev's game (win) in Grunfeld exchange from 1987 against Lputian is missing from database. It is a sideline that is relevant for the theory.|
|Mar-21-16|| ||TheFocus: Rest in peace, Yuri Razuvaev.|
|Mar-21-16|| ||cro777: Rest in piece Chess Academician!
Last year, on the occasion of marking Razuvaev's 70th anniversary, the Russian Chess Federation published the book "Chess Academician Yuri Razuvaev" (Moscow 2015, 384 pp). The book consists of his selected games (deeply annotated), his articles and memoirs of contemporaries.
"His contribution to the treasury of world’s chess culture is huge … Already having won the world title, I loved to call him after any tournament and ask about his impressions. I always appreciated his opinion. Everyone knows that he trained Tomashevsky, made a world champion Kosteniuk, but for me and Gelfand few people know. We listened very carefully to his advice. It is a pity that he left us too early." (From the foreword by Vladimir Kramnik)
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