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|Jan-23-10|| ||whiteshark: <ex0duz: <Does this guy ever smile?>> There is no need to smile when a strange person with a camera appear out of thin air right in front of you and take a picture without asking, or is it?|
Some counter evidence:
|Jul-28-10|| ||alexmagnus: http://www.chessvibes.com/reports/a...|
|Jul-28-10|| ||Troller: Very diplomatic :)
Jan Gustafsson is instead going to the Olympiad as captain for the Danish team.
|Jul-28-10|| ||alexmagnus: <Very diplomatic :)>|
Well, the letter had a long pre-history (Gustaffson's open letter, withdrawal of the A-team, "support cut" for the four players).
There were also problems around the B-Team (the best player in which will be #14 of German rating list) from Khenkin, who is #5 but was not "invited" because he is too old. Bu that belongs to Khenkin's page.
|Sep-05-10|| ||TheMissingLink: http://reports.chessdom.com/news-20...|
<Germany - GM Rainer Buhmann, GM Sebastian Bogner, GM Falko Bindrich, IM Martin Krämer and IM Niclas Huschenbeth>
He will not play for the German team?
|Sep-05-10|| ||alexmagnus: <TheMissingLink> See above :)|
|Sep-05-10|| ||TheMissingLink: Ah, the chessvibes link. Thanks <alexmagnus>. |
|Sep-27-10|| ||RuyLupit: Why did Germany not send its best chess players to the 2010 Olympiad?|
|Oct-25-10|| ||wordfunph: German GM Arkadij Naiditsch is a karate expert.
Happy Birthday GM Naiditsch!
|Apr-11-11|| ||notyetagm: Arkadi Naiditsch|
<Final Weekend of the Bundesliga 2010-11 (14-15)
The final rounds 14 and 15 of the Schachbundesliga took place 9th-10th April 2011. OSC Baden-Baden had a two point lead over Werder Bremen (who they met on Saturday and beat 5-3) and SC Eppingen. (Shirov-Eljanov and Svidler Gashimov were the top pairings, Baden Baden player is first named). There would have been a play-off if the teams finish level on match points. <<<Arkadij Naiditsch (OSG Baden-Baden) made 13.5 out of 15 to be the top scorer winning both his final weekend games.>>> Bremen beat Eppingen in Round 15 to take 2nd place on tie-break. OSG Baden-Baden routed Delmenhorster SK who were relegated with no points to win the title for a 6th time and were four points clear. The conceded just one match draw throughout the season. See the body of the article for Georgios Souleidis' preview of the round.>
This performance ought to earn Naiditsch a bunch of elo points, a +12(!) score in 15 games, 13.5-1.5.
|Apr-26-11|| ||cbpatzer: Proud winner of Neckar open, breaking 2700 http://reports.chessdom.com/news-20...|
|Oct-25-11|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday GM Naiditsch!|
|Oct-25-11|| ||Phony Benoni: Featured in Game of the Day for July 28, 2008, <Petroffied Wood>: Naiditsch vs Kramnik, 2008.|
|Jan-07-12|| ||timhortons: he is playing right now in Grand prix Pyramides FFE.|
|Jan-07-12|| ||timhortons: <German GM Arkadij Naiditsch is a karate expert.>|
id seen him in person, he is handsome and thin.
just like hollywood thin.
|Jan-09-12|| ||timhortons: <mate in 3> naiditsch humbled!|
white to move:)
Zubarev,A - Naiditsch,A, Grand Prix Pyramides FFE 2012
click for larger view
|Oct-25-12|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday GM Naiditsch!|
|Jan-03-13|| ||ketchuplover: good luck at baden-baden|
|Feb-18-13|| ||shivasuri4: Naiditsch's performance at Baden-Baden can be divided into 2 curious parts.|
Against the top two finishers Anand and Caruana, he went 0/4, which would undoubtedly dismay him. On the other hand, he scored 4/6 against the rest, including 1.5/2 against Adams
With just 2 draws, he showed his aggressive side yet again. Particularly notable was his round 6 win against Fridman: D Fridman vs Naiditsch, 2013.
|Mar-11-13|| ||joeyj: Arkadij Naiditsch was <15yrs-5mos-27days> when he qualified for the GM title @ Lviv’s Spring 2 on 21 April 2001.|
<Read more:> http://chessaccount.wordpress.com/c...
|Oct-25-13|| ||Kikoman: <Player of the Day>|
Happy 28th Birthday GM Arkadi Naiditsch! :D
|Oct-25-13|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday to the <POTD> and Germany's top player: Arkadi Naiditsch.|
|Apr-29-14|| ||PhilFeeley: Naiditsch humbled again! From the 18th Neckar Open, 2014|
[Variation "Tarrasch, closed variation"]
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 Nf6 4. e5 Nfd7 5. Bd3 c5 6. c3 Nc6 7. Ngf3 cxd4 8. cxd4
f6 9. exf6 Nxf6 10. O-O Bd6 11. b3 O-O 12. Bb2 Qb6 13. a3 a5 14. Nb1 Bd7 15. Nc3 Be8 16. Nb5 Bf4 17. g3 Bb8 18. Ng5 e5 19. dxe5 Bxe5 20. Qc2 Bxb2 21. Qxb2 Bd7 22. Rae1 Rae8 23. Rxe8 Rxe8 24. Nf3 Ng4 25. Be2 Nf6 26. Nfd4 Ne5 27. Rd1 Ne4 28. Nc3 Nf6 29. Kg2 Rc8 30. Ncb5 Rf8 31. Rf1 Ne4 32. h4 Qg6 33. Kg1 Bh3 34. h5 Qg5 35. Qc1 Qxc1 36. Rxc1 Rxf2 37. Bf1 Rxf1+ 38. Rxf1 Bxf1 39. Kxf1 Nxg3+ 40. Kf2 Nxh5 41. Nd6 b6 42. Nc8 Nd7 43. Ne7+ Kf7 44. Nxd5 Nhf6 45. Ne3 Ne4+ 46. Kf3 Nc3 47. Nc4 g5 48. Nc6 Kg6 49. Ne7+ Kf6 50. Nc8 Nd5 51. Ke4 Ke6 52. Nd2 g4 53. Kd4 N7f6 54. Kc4 h5 55. Kb5 h4 56. Nxb6 Nxb6 57. Kxb6 h3 0-1
|Jun-01-14|| ||whiteshark: http://www.arkadij-naiditsch.com/ !!|
|Jun-03-14|| ||john barleycorn: I think the world is not playing A. Naiditsch but a double:|
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