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|Jan-26-06|| ||EmperorAtahualpa: Sorry for the confusion guys, <refutor> informed me of my incorrect suspicions.|
|Jan-30-06|| ||OKKarpovisgreat: Chris Jagger?|
|Feb-23-06|| ||Karpova: i think that Sergey Kasparov should get involved in russian politics and Garry shoud return to chess|
|Jul-12-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Sergey Kasparov|
|Oct-17-06|| ||2021: That picture <BIDMONFA> showed us of Sergey Kasparov actually looks like Garry Kasparov.|
|Jan-30-07|| ||WannaBe: Congratulations! http://www.fide.com/news.asp?id=1232|
|Jun-21-07|| ||alexmagnus: He is sandbagging on playchess (played down his rating from 2800 to 2050 to win ducats). A normal user would have his account deleted if he did so but a GM seems to be secure from punishment...|
|Jun-21-07|| ||square dance: why would he have to sandbag in order to win ducats?|
|Jun-21-07|| ||alexmagnus: Becuase with a rating like 1978 (his current rating) he has big chances to get an opponent for a ducat game. If people with rating around 2000 don't know him and overlook his GM title, they take his ducat game offer and lose most of the games (but not all - he holds his rating low...)|
|Jun-21-07|| ||square dance: has he been playing any ducat games? are you sure its not just his kid playing on his account or something?|
|Jun-21-07|| ||alexmagnus: He plays for ducats quite frequently... I don't know if these games are ducat games (for some reason i can't see "ducats" in the noatation whiloe ducat games) but considering he plays for ducats quite often... I myself once drew him (in a ducat game, my rating during that game was 1449).|
|Jun-21-07|| ||square dance: yeah, i wouldnt doubt if lets someone else play on his account. if it was a 3min game i cant see a 1450 drawing an IM, or GM. no offense.|
|Jun-21-07|| ||alexmagnus: I can post the game if you want. 3 minutes. I was winning it (sic!) but in time trouble took the first draw possibility (he started checking me and i decided to run into perpetual though i could avoid it). Either someone else played for him (but why for ducats?) or he is sandbagging...|
|Dec-03-07|| ||ahmadov: <Akavall: Is he related to Garry Kasparov?> Like Garry, he was also born in Baku, but I do not think that they are related...|
|Mar-20-08|| ||Udit Narayan: kasparov u are the best chessplayer in the histroy|
|Aug-10-08|| ||whiteshark: Sergey Kasparov was born 8th of August, 1968 in Baku Azerbaijan (Yes, really - right there Garry comes from!) and is best known for his famous chess name of his compatriot Garry Kasparov. Sergey is now playing for Belarus and he is married to WIM Tatiana Kasparova. In 2006 he set a record streak of over 60 games without a single loss after winning the BDO Tournament in Haarlem. He then reached an elopeak of 2546. He received his GM-title in 2007.|
Among Sergey Kasparov many tournament victories are both Prague and Fridek-Mistek tournaments in the Czech Republic, Kolobrzeg Open in Poland, Weizz in Austria, Gabchikovo 2002, San Sebastian 2006, BDO in Haarlem 2006, Gotenborg 2006, Erandio 2007 and Ybbs 2008. Sergey usually opens the game with 1.e4 which suits his aggressive style. As black he plays stuff as the Caro-Kann, Benko Gambit and the Modern Benoni.
Source: http://www.arcticchess.org/ --> 2008 --> Profiles
|Aug-10-08|| ||norami: Is there a chessplayer named Garry Karjakin?|
|Aug-10-08|| ||VaselineTopLove: Is Sergey related to Garry?|
|Aug-30-08|| ||TheaN: <Is there a chessplayer named Garry Karjakin?>|
|Oct-18-08|| ||artyom2008: YO WASSUP|
|Apr-12-09|| ||Dredge Rivers: The second best player named Kasparov, EVER! :)|
|Apr-13-09|| ||WhiteRook48: the OTHER Kasparov|
|May-26-09|| ||WhiteRook48: next I suppose there will be another Anand|
|Aug-15-09|| ||timhortons: Quebec chess championship 2009 controversy:
GM Vladimir Georgiev won the Open section with 6.5/9!
google toolbar translation
S. Case Kasparov-Georgiev
During the last round of the Open Championships in Quebec in 2009, one of the leading parties has aroused many suspicions. The part played between Sergey Kasparov and Vladimir Georgiev decided to first place and consequently the first prize of $ 5000.Some players have argued that the party was "arranged" arguing that whites had voluntarily lost, although no complaint was formally filed.Management has still retained the winner's check (post dated) time to conduct an internal investigation. Players (Kasparov-Sambuev) in the center of the dispute were encountered as well as Bator Sambuev, an actor close to the situation. Other witnesses also.Evidence of cheating is difficult to substantiate, but suspicions remain strong enough, because of the following:1) Both players were absent from the scene simultaneously from 5 to 10 minutes according to various witnesses;2) No witness who came forward has seen the two players discussed together;3) The game is a little strange from time Txd7? including (but not completely cut off from reality. This kind of error was in the same tournament).After consultation with the regulations, it appears that the referees have the final word on the prize (to avoid any appearance of conflict).Two referees were in favor of a penalty but the referee in chief, who has the final say, decided that the evidence was insufficient to do so.The fact remains that both players may not be invited back to COQ. The dispute will also be mentioned in the report of the FIDE tournament.
Fédération québécoise des échecs11-08-2009
controversial round 9 game.
[Event "Quebec Open"][Site "Montreal CAN"][Date "2009.07.25"][Round "9"][White "Kasparov, Sergie"][Black "Georgiev, Vladimir"][Result "0-1"][ECO "C68"][WhiteElo "2487"][BlackElo "2530"][Annotator "Hob"][PlyCount "68"][EventDate "2009.??.??"]1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. O-O Qf6 6. d4 exd4 7. Bg5 Qd6 8.Nxd4 Bd7 9. Nc3 Ne7 10. Qd2 c5 11. Nb3 Qxd2 12. Bxd2 b6 13. a4 O-O-O 14. Be3 a515. Rfd1 Re8 16. Bf4 Rg8 17. Bg3 g5 18. Rxd7 Kxd7 19. Nb5 Nc8 20. Nxc7 Rxe4 21.f3 Re2 22. Rd1+ Bd6 23. Nd5 Kc6 24. Nxb6 Bxg3 25. Nxc8 Rxc8 26. Nxa5+ Kc7 27.hxg3 Rxc2 28. b3 Re8 29. Kh2 Ree2 30. Rg1 Re3 31. Kh3 f5 32. g4 f4 33. Rd1 Ree234. Rg1 Re6 0-1
ill try to upload this game in the database.
this pgn is my personal copy, i got it from playchess.com relay.
|Aug-15-09|| ||timhortons: if there is a pre arranged agreement here, or cheating well then it happened inside a christian church. this tournament was held inside a school/college chapel/church.|
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