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|Nov-15-05|| ||WMD: Thanks in advance for submitting them.|
|Nov-15-05|| ||IMlday: WMD, that's 43 years ago. You got any 90c cheap newsprint bulletins from 1962?
I do recall that both Stein and Vasyukov were playing 1.e4 e6 2.d3, and that I, 13, was plenty impressed.|
|Nov-15-05|| ||keypusher: I am trying to put together a Vasiukov games collection -- recommendations welcome!|
|Nov-16-05|| ||Honza Cervenka: <None of V's games from there seem to have made the CG database.> I am just preparing a file of Vasiukov's missing games. They will be in the database soon.|
|Nov-16-05|| ||keypusher: Honza Cervenka: <None of V's games from there seem to have made the CG database.> I am just preparing a file of Vasiukov's missing games. They will be in the database soon.>|
Hurrah and thanks!
|Nov-17-05|| ||IMlday: Excellent! :-) Chess artists are worth celebrating!|
|Aug-31-06|| ||sitzkrieg: < I do recall that both Stein and Vasyukov were playing 1.e4 e6 2.d3, and that I, 13, was plenty impressed>|
Stein's game not in database?
|May-14-07|| ||WTHarvey: Here are some puzzles from Evgeni's OTB games: http://www.wtharvey.com/vasi.html|
|Jun-03-07|| ||BIDMONFA: Evgeni Vasiukov|
|Aug-27-07|| ||Resignation Trap: A very recent photo of Vasiukov (left) with Yuri Balashov (middle) and Anatoly Bykhovsky (right) : http://www.chesspro.ru/_images/mate... .|
|Mar-04-08|| ||Resignation Trap: Vasiukov turns 75 tomorrow.
Happy birthday Evgeni!
|Mar-05-08|| ||stanleys: Happy birthday Mr Vasiukov!
Wishing you good health and all the best!
An article about him at http://crestbook.com/
Some nice games by Vasiukov: http://www.crestbook.com/?q=node/738
|Mar-05-08|| ||Resignation Trap: Another article about him with more games: http://www.chesspro.ru/_events/2008... .|
|Mar-11-08|| ||Resignation Trap: A photo of Vasiukov from 1974: http://www.e3e5.com/upload/articles... .|
|Mar-05-09|| ||Chessical: Started playing chess when 15 years old - in 1948.
1954 - Master of Sports of the USSR.
1957 - International Master.
1961 - International Grandmaster.
1962 - Soviet grandmaster.
Twice world student champion: France, 195, Sweden, 1956.
The world senior champion - Germany, 1995
Russia veterans champion at rapid chess, 2006 and 2007.
|Mar-05-09|| ||WhiteRook48: uh-oh. His record is 666. Hope he's not the beast|
|Aug-01-09|| ||myschkin: . . .
".. Since Vasiukov never placed near the top in Soviet Zonal competition, he was unable to earn an opportunity to play in an Interzonal tournament, where he might have done well in the mixed-strength fields featured there, as he excelled in similar circumstances in regular International tournaments. .."
Pic (2009): http://www.chessbase.de/2009/aerofl...
Fide card: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?...
|Dec-05-10|| ||wordfunph: During the World Championship Match Tournament at Moscow and The Hague in 1948, a lot of youngsters in the Soviet Union became interested in chess. One day one of them walked into a House of Pioneers in Moscow and asked to learn chess. He barely knew the moves and, at fifteen years of age, he was considered a late starter. In fact, he was told he was too old to expect much in the way of mastery. However, he did not become discouraged and slowly made progress. In 1954 he became a master and in 1961 an international grandmaster. His career was not brilliant in the manner of Fischer's or Tal's, but he was always a very dangerous opponent --- in the 26 international tournaments in which he has played, he took first prize 11 times.|
- GM Lubosh Kavalek (on GM Evgeni Vasiukov)
Source: Chess Life & Review 1975
|Mar-09-11|| ||Lovuschka: A pity that one of Vasiukov's best games is missing here, against B Lebedev in Moscow 1960.|
|Sep-09-11|| ||OhioChessFan: Second behind Korchnoi: Botvinnik Memorial (Seniors) (2011)|
|Mar-05-12|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday POTD!|
|Apr-01-12|| ||Interbond: <Lovuschka> Some weeks ago I sent this game from 1960 against Lebedev to Chessgames in pgn but it is not in the database yet. I also sent some other games ,but none are in the database. I found the game against Lebedev commented in A. Koblenz "Lehrbuch der Schachtaktik" Band 2. I guess we can call the game "swashbuckling" after black made the opening mistake 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 Nd7 4.Bc4 h6?|
|Apr-01-12|| ||twinlark: <interbond>, <Lovuschka>|
Chessgames.com admin have explained the delay in recent weeks on their main forum at chessgames.com chessforum. It seems they have a major backlog.
|Apr-01-12|| ||Interbond: <twinlark> Ok thanks!|
|Nov-28-14|| ||Rhialto: Like most chess players he peaked around age 30 (a depressing thought for me, since I have yet to break 2200 USCF and just hit 30 myself) - according to chessmetrics he reached #11 in the world for a few months in 1962, ahead of many more famous players.|
But he is still remarkably strong for a man born in 1933. He plays a lot on ICC, only 5-minute games, where he is usually around 2000-2100 (for people who don't know ICC, the 5-minute ratings are very "deflated" compared to both ICC blitz and classical FIDE/USCF ratings; most IMs are 2100-2200 I think, and most GMs are 2200-2400 - if they play 5 at all which many don't).
He plays very aggressively and opens with a lot of dubious gambits - for instance I remember he beat me a few times with black after 1.e4 Nc6 2.Nf3 d5?! 3.ed Qxd5 4.Nc3 Qa5 5.d4? Bg4 tricking me into a very favorable (for Black) Scandinavian; after the second defeat I thought for a few minutes and realized 5.Bb5! is the hole in this little scheme, and won the next time he tried it. Playing him is always pretty entertaining.
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