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|Mar-30-09|| ||Hugh the Drover: If there are about 170 countries, then Sambuev's being 859th in the world averages out to a top five amidst all countries, or at least in any given country. He should stay on the incline, while Steve Nash has over a decade in the NBA.|
|Mar-30-09|| ||dumbgai: Right, because only one country in the world plays basketball right? You're smart.|
|Apr-23-09|| ||timhortons: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
Sambuev wins canadian tourney!
|Sep-08-09|| ||timhortons: gm Sambuev will be playing at 89TH montreal open chess championship! ill just post further info later about this tourney.|
|Sep-12-09|| ||timhortons: http://www.fqechecs.qc.ca/index.php...|
winning the sheerbrooke tourney!
GM sambuev is making the most of his professional chess life in canada!
|Sep-14-09|| ||Layson: Quite an anti-climatic moment at the Montreal Open this week-end. During the fourth round, Sambuev, with a perfect score, played against IM Jean Hebert in a game that in all likelihood would decide the winner of the tournament. |
The result? Death by cell phone on move 10, leaving a room full of disappointed spectators.
|Sep-14-09|| ||timhortons: My weekend night job make me too tired to be around the tournament site all the time.|
hello <layson>, did you witness it? did the indefatigable tournament director mr bernard ouimet call the foul and take point away from bator sambuev?
i was around during the opening ceremony, i even got a chance to take the photo of IM jean herbert and saw in person the pretty WGM salome melia.
GM bator sambuev just not lucky, in quebec open chess championship i think hes the one who raised the issue against GM kasparov.CORRECT ME IF IM WRONG:)
|Sep-14-09|| ||Layson: Yes I was there. GM Sambuev was late for his game, and arrived at the tournament site in a rush. This is presumably the reason why he didn't take the time to double-check that his cell phone was off.|
I was under the impression the Jean Hebert was willing to play on, as in a renewed quest to become a GM, he could most definitely use a few more top-level games. But the tournament director was strict on the rule.
Sambuev afterwards forfeited the tournement, which was the rather sad rule of thumb for the tournament. Top seeds Sambuev, Lawson, Schleiffer and Castellanos all withdrew from the tournament following upsetting losses.
|Sep-14-09|| ||timhortons: <Top seeds Sambuev, Lawson, Schleiffer and Castellanos all withdrew from the tournament following upsetting losses.>|
wow! i feel bad for IM castillanos.
IM noritsyn didnt do well also.
cheers to mr ouimet for upholding the rules! i remember him at TIM, where before the game start hes advising the GM,s and spectator to turn there cellular off.
<layson> are you familiar with these boy Jiang, Louie F.? his a fide master and last tourneo de montreal, me and him set side by side observing naiditsch and bacrot, amazing coz among the juniors hes present every afternoon just to watch the chess bigtimes play there games.
Jiang, Louie F. maybe is 12 year old, maybe 14, he finished 3rd, just below IM hebert and WGM melia.
I WISH THIS BOY ALL THE BEST IN HIS CAREER!
|Sep-16-09|| ||timhortons: http://www.chesstalk.info/forum/sho...|
GM Bator Sambuev lost his 4th round game of the Montreal Open to IM Jean Hébert on move 9, when his cellphone rang.
|May-12-11|| ||PhilFeeley: He recently won the 2011 Canadian Closed Championship, played this past week in Guelph, Ontario. Congratulations!|
A couple of his games (the rest can be seen at www.monroi.com):
[Event "2011 Canadian Closed"]
[White "Samsonkin, Artiom"]
[Black "Sambuev, Bator"]
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 c5 4. Ngf3 Nf6 5. exd5 exd5 6. Bb5 Bd7 7. Qe2 Be7 8.
dxc5 O-O 9. Nb3 Re8 10. Bxd7 Nbxd7 11. O-O Nxc5 12. Nxc5 Bxc5 13. Qd3 Qb6 14.
c3 Ng4 15. Qf5 Qg6 16. Qxd5 Bxf2 17. Rxf2 Rad8 18. Qb5 a6 19. Qb3 Nxf2 20.
Kxf2 Re2 21. Kxe2 Qxg2 22. Ke3 Re8 23. Kf4 h6 24. h4 h5 25. Ne5 Qh2 26. Kf3
Rxe5 27. Qc4 Qh3 28. Kf2 b5 29. Qd4 Qh2 30. Kf3 Qe2 31. Kg3 Re4 32. Qd8 Kh7
33. Qd2 Rg4 34. Kh3 0-1
[Event "Cup Tatran"]
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. c3 Nc6 5. Nf3 Qb6 6. a3 Nh6 7. b4 cxd4 8. Bxh6
gxh6 9. cxd4 Bd7 10. Nc3 Nxb4 11. Be2 Rc8 12. Rc1 Nc6 13. O-O a6 14. Nb1 Bg7
15. Nc3 Na5 16. Rb1 Qc6 17. Rc1 O-O 18. Bd3 Qb6 19. Rb1 Qd8 20. Ne2 f6 21.
exf6 Rxf6 22. Ng3 Be8 23. Re1 b5 24. a4 Qb6 25. axb5 axb5 26. Ne5 Nc4 27. Nf3
Bg6 28. Rb3 Rcf8 29. Qe2 Qa5 30. Reb1 Nd6 31. h3 Qa7 32. R1b2 Kh8 33. Ra2 Qb6
34. Rab2 Rxf3 35. gxf3 Bxd3 36. Rxd3 Nc4 37. Rb1 Bxd4 38. Kg2 Ne5 39. Rdb3
Ng6 40. Qxb5 Qd8 41. Ne2 Be5 42. Kf1 Qg5 43. f4 Nxf4 44. Rg3 Qf5 45. Rf3 Qe4
46. Rbb3 Rc8 47. Rbe3 Qf5 48. Rxe5 Qxe5 49. Rxf4 Rg8 50. Qa4 Qh5 51. Qa3 e5
52. Qf3 Qg6 53. Rf5 Qa6 54. Qe3 Re8 55. Kg2 d4 56. Qf3 Qg6+ 57. Ng3 e4 58.
Rf8+ Kg7 59. Qf5 Rxf8 60. Qd7+ Kg8 61. Qxd4 Re8 62. h4 Qg4 63. Kg1 Qe6 64.
Qe3 Qf6 65. h5 Qf3 66. Kh2 Qxe3 67. fxe3 Kf7 68. Kh3 Kf6 69. Kg4 Ke5 70. Ne2
Rg8+ 71. Kh3 Rg5 72. Ng3 Kd5 73. Kh4 Rg8 74. Kh3 Rf8 75. Kg4 Ke5 76. Ne2 Rf3
77. Nd4 Rxe3 78. Nc6+ Kd5 79. Ne7+ Kc4 80. Nf5 Rf3 81. Nxh6 Rf8 82. Nf5 Rxf5
83. Kxf5 e3 0-1
|May-17-11|| ||nolanryan: where in russia was she born?|
|May-17-11|| ||wordfunph: <nolan> GM Sambuev is a "he"..|
|Sep-03-12|| ||Everett: Getting harder to tell nowadays|
|Sep-03-12|| ||OhioChessFan: We can put a man on the moon but can't remember to turn a cell phone off?|
|Sep-03-12|| ||Everett: Not only that, we can wire-tap, spy, and even drop bombs on US citizens <legally!> and call others savages at the same time.|
BTW, what's the rule on "vibrate" mode? Also a DQ?
|Jul-27-13|| ||GrahamClayton: Sambuev came to Canada for the 2007 Canadian Open in Ottawa, and liked the city so much that he now lives there, and has taken out Canadian citizenship. He has won over 70 Swiss-format tournaments since then.|
|Aug-11-13|| ||Mikhail Tal fan: i can't believe he crushed Morozevich..|
|Aug-11-13|| ||Sihlous: Crushed? The computer analysis with the live feed had Moro better until he played 40...Qxf3.|
|Aug-11-13|| ||Mikhail Tal fan: it's sad , nevertheless, i hear rumor about his health deteriorating or something..|
|Aug-11-13|| ||mini cooper s: congrats for checkmating morozevich.|
|Aug-11-13|| ||mini cooper s: he looks chinese?|
|Aug-11-13|| ||chancho: Wesley has played this guy:
search "sambuev v so"
|Mar-14-15|| ||ketchuplover: He apparently said "Never trust any opening book"|
|Jul-13-15|| ||Penguincw: Bator Sambuev beats Andrew Peredun, and after 6 rounds, he leads the Canadian Chess Championship all alone with 5/6.|
In R7, he'll face Eric Hansen with black.
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