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|Apr-24-08|| ||timhortons: hey! the arm band..look at the arm ban, its che guevarra, long live che!!!|
|Apr-24-08|| ||Resignation Trap: <timhortons> There aren't very many Russians named "Ernesto", but that was Che's first name, and Inarkiev was named for him.|
|Jul-15-08|| ||jon01: Inarkiev always plays his games sharply and unpredictably. I hope he reaches 2700 and will become more popular player.|
|Oct-05-08|| ||Billy Vaughan: Eek! He won't at this pace: +0 -3 =0 at Russian Superfinals so far. Hope he picks it up with some wins!|
|Dec-09-08|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday Ernesto!|
|Dec-09-08|| ||timhortons: happy birthday ernesto!|
|Dec-26-08|| ||walker: Initially I was sorry for the guy. Who wants to be named after a murderer? I know an older man nameed after Adolf Hitler and his life was a nightmare because of his parents idiotic choice. But now I see that our Ernesto has a small portret of the murderer Ernesto Gevara. Such a pitty.|
|Dec-26-08|| ||walker: On his right hand*|
|Jan-11-09|| ||WhiteRook48: I didn't know he was named after a murderer.|
|Aug-16-09|| ||Etienne: Walker, weren't those fighting against Che Guevara also murderers following your logic?|
|Nov-07-09|| ||GrahamClayton: Inarkiev does not like to leave the board during his games, as he thinks he will loose his concentration. During the 2009 European Individual championships, the hot conditions led to Inarkiev refeshing himself by placing drops of water from a wine glass onto his forehead, rather than going to the bathroom.|
|Feb-08-10|| ||Tabanus: He placed 4th (or shared 1st) yesterday in Moscow Open (2010):|
|Jun-25-11|| ||siamesedream: http://chessintranslation.com/wp-co...|
|Jun-27-11|| ||SimonWebbsTiger: absolutely priceless photo and comment on Chessbase
|Oct-19-11|| ||Korifej: Ernesto is strange name for Russian;')|
|Nov-03-11|| ||twinlark: <Korifej>
He was named after Che Guevara.
|Jan-29-12|| ||plimko: Inarkiev is the top seeded player in Moscow Open (from 28 january to 5 february)|
In the first round a little surprise, Chigaev-Inarkiev 1/2, but a very good job from the teenager Maksim (born in 1996):
[Event "Festival Moscow Open 2012"]
[White "Chigaev, Maksim"]
[Black "Inarkiev, Ernesto"]
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Bb5+ Nd7 4. d4 Ngf6 5. Nc3 cxd4 6. Qxd4 e5 7. Qd3 h6 8.
Be3 Be7 9. Nh4 g6 10. Nf3 a6 11. Bc4 b5 12. Bd5 Rb8 13. Ba7 b4 14. Bxb8 bxc3
15. Ba7 cxb2 16. Rb1 Nxd5 17. Qxd5 Qc7 18. Be3 Bb7 19. Qd3 f5 20. Rxb2 Bxe4 21.
Qb3 f4 22. Bd2 Qc6 23. O-O Bd5 24. c4 Be6 25. Bxf4 exf4 26. Re1 Bxc4 27. Qc3
Rh7 28. Rc2 d5 29. Nd4 Qc7 30. Ne6 Qd6 31. Rb2 Bf6 32. Qc2 Ne5 33. Rxe5 Qxe5
34. Qxg6+ Rf7 35. Qg8+ Ke7 36. Rb7+ Kxe6 37. Qc8+ Kd6 38. Rb6+ Ke7 39. Rb7+ Kd6
40. Rb6+ Ke7 41. Rb7+ 1/2-1/2
On 'Scacchi Internazionali'
|Feb-14-12|| ||Refused: <walker: Initially I was sorry for the guy. Who wants to be named after a murderer?>|
Freedom fighter. He was named after a freedom fighter. But thanks for dropping in.
|Mar-31-12|| ||twinlark: Good result at the European Championships.|
|Dec-09-13|| ||Penguincw: Happy 28th birthday to GM Ernesto Inarkiev.|
|Sep-30-14|| ||Penguincw: Congratz to Ernesto Inarkiev for winning the Baku Open (2014) on tiebreaks, ahead of Constantin Lupulescu. His TPR was slightly better (2528 vs. 2512). Both finished with 7/9. It wasn't easy, as Inarkiev, the 2nd seed had to beat 3rd seed Alexander Areshchenko with black in the final round to secure it.|
Inarkiev gained a solid 9 rating points in the tournament, which should help him in his quest back to the 2700 club.
|Feb-03-15|| ||Penguincw: Congrats to Ernesto Ianarkiev for remaining the last player at the Moscow Open (2015) tournament to remain at a perfect score (4/4). The average rating of his opponents were about 2432 vs. his 2675, so he had it easy. He gained 8.2 rating points.|
Unfortunately, he has black against Korobov (2687) tomorrow, so his perfect record will probably be ruined.
|Feb-08-15|| ||Penguincw: And congrats to Inarkiev (my apologizes for the above typo) for winning the Moscow Open (2015) tournament. He went a perfect 5/5 before Mamedov held him to a draw. However, he bounced right back with a win against top seed Nepomniactchi, followed by drawing Petrosian. Entering the last round, he could've simply drew with Lysyj to clinch a share of first place, but he beat him to finish a full point (8/9) ahead of 2nd seed Vallejo Pons, 4th seed Korobov (who he beat with black) and Petrosian and Artemiev. 12 players finished a half point behind them, including Nepo.|
His undefeated +7 score (9 rounds) against 2570 opposition was a 2921 TPR and helped him gain 23.5 rating points. On the live ratings, that's enough to rise him to 2698.5, which will be rounded to 2699 (assuming he doesn't play in this month again). He also gained 18 spots and is now world #47.
|Feb-15-15|| ||sonia91: An interesting interview:
|May-09-15|| ||Penguincw: Congrats to Ernesto Inarkiev for winning the Russian Team Rapid Championship (2015) with a score of 8.5/9.|
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