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slavyi
Member since Oct-31-05 · Last seen Mar-07-10
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   slavyi has kibitzed 150 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-14-08 M-Tel Masters (2008) (replies)
 
slavyi: not one that I can see
 
   Feb-19-08 Razuvaev vs Plachetka, 1981 (replies)
 
slavyi: Ops, I was looking for the promotion of the d pawn and forgot that white has a mate prepared as well.
 
   Feb-11-07 Veselin Topalov (replies)
 
slavyi: Delusional patzer, it is clear that the investigation will not find anything. Even if there is a pattern, this proves nothing, just because each of us has a pattern of behaviour in certain situations. Unless....they find that particular body positions of Danailov lead to the same ...
 
   Jan-22-07 Corus (2007) (replies)
 
slavyi: Oh come on, not again. Such a fine tournament and you are speaking again for Topalov, Kramnik and Elista. Centarius, honest believe may not excuse the actions, but what IF in 2,3 or 5 years, there is a proof that Kramnik did cheat! Would that excuse Topalov's behaviour and how would ...
 
   Nov-20-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
slavyi: chancho, actually that sounds possible - you could be the next WC with these ideas :)
 
   Nov-02-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
 
slavyi: HillGentleman, I guess Danailov either had spies close to team Kramnik, or he just got paranoic. But team Topalov really believed that Kramnik was somehow cheating (which IMO would be too bold at this level). Thus Topalov was trying to keep Kramnik on the board and playing blitz-like
 
   Apr-20-06 Shirov vs A Dunn, 2006 (replies)
 
slavyi: AlexandraThess, I don't really think that the bishop blockade on d6 could last for more than a move. And once it goes done (the bishop would have to move after i.e. Nb5), black would have to lose a piece. And in my opinion this was the reason why Dunn would rather not open the d-file
 
   Apr-11-06 F Quiroz Astudillo vs I Landa, 2005 (replies)
 
slavyi: 14.0-0 and white is winnig for sure. And he gave up the win just for a pawn. What a shame. He did such a great job (calculation) to win a piece; black's pieces are a mess - they are all over the board without any coordination, the king is far from safe and all that white has to do is
 
   Apr-10-06 D Ignat vs E Kostopoulos, 2001
 
slavyi: I don't think that 21.Rxd7 won the game. Anyway, I think that this game was not won, rather than it was lost. 35....Kf7 was a horrible blunder!
 
   Jan-28-06 Topalov vs Anand, 2006 (replies)
 
slavyi: Now maybe Topa will return the "favour" by playing Bc3
 
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