Number of games in database: 181
Years covered: 1997 to 2019
Last FIDE rating: 2496 (2540 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2536
Overall record: +40 -39 =52 (50.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
50 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
L Milman vs A Bykhovsky, 2011 0-1
A Bykhovsky vs D Yang, 2011 1/2-1/2
A Bykhovsky vs A Haitsma, 2008 1-0
R Mogranzini vs A Bykhovsky, 2011 0-1
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
Spice Cup (Group B) (2010)
National Open (2012)
Berkeley International (2011)
Israeli Championship (2004)
European Championship (2008)
European Championship (2009)
12th Essent Open (2008)
PRO League Group Stage (2019)
Pro Chess League (2018)
GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
2011 Spice Cup (Group B) by gauer
🏆 PRO League Group Stage
A Bykhovsky vs Checa (Jan-30-19) 1/2-1/2, rapid
A Bykhovsky vs B Cheng (Jan-30-19) 0-1, rapid
Di Li vs A Bykhovsky (Jan-30-19) 1-0, rapid
A Bykhovsky vs Tuan Minh Le (Jan-30-19) 1-0, rapid
D Boros vs A Bykhovsky (Jan-30-19) 0-1, rapid
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Last updated: 2021-02-20 05:34:05
| page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 186
|1. Wojtkiewicz vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||44||1997||Agios Nikolaos op||E06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3|
|2. A Bykhovsky vs A Tukhaev
|| ||0-1||14||2000||Wch U12||A05 Reti Opening|
|3. A Bykhovsky vs A Fier
|| ||1-0||31||2000||Wch U12||D99 Grunfeld Defense, Smyslov|
|4. Psakhis vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||½-½||19||2001||Israel Open Ch||E54 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System|
|5. F Doettling vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||26||2001||Israel Open Ch||D39 Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin, Vienna Variation|
|6. A Mikhalevski vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||0-1||51||2001||Israel Open Ch||D12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|7. A Bykhovsky vs V Golod
|| ||½-½||16||2001||Israel Open Ch||D70 Neo-Grunfeld Defense|
|8. K Lerner vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||½-½||33||2001||Israel Open Ch||D18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch|
|9. I Bitensky vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||½-½||20||2001||16th Maccabia GM||B12 Caro-Kann Defense|
|10. A Mikhalevski vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||½-½||24||2001||16th Maccabia GM||D12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|11. A Bykhovsky vs V Golod
||½-½||13||2001||16th Maccabia GM||D70 Neo-Grunfeld Defense|
|12. A Kaspi vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||½-½||42||2001||16th Maccabia GM||D11 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|13. A Bykhovsky vs M Roiz
|| ||½-½||11||2001||16th Maccabia GM||D37 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|14. K Lerner vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||76||2001||16th Maccabia GM||D18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch|
|15. A Bykhovsky vs E Alekseev
|| ||½-½||28||2001||16th Maccabia GM||E15 Queen's Indian|
|16. J Shutzman vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||0-1||38||2001||16th Maccabia GM||B40 Sicilian|
|17. A Bykhovsky vs S Porat
|| ||½-½||18||2001||16th Maccabia GM||E80 King's Indian, Samisch Variation|
|18. A Skuja vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||15||2001||Telecom Open||A46 Queen's Pawn Game|
|19. A Bykhovsky vs I Sokolov
|| ||0-1||50||2001||ECC||D10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|20. A Bykhovsky vs M Kolesar
|| ||1-0||43||2001||ECC||D12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|21. D Poldauf vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||41||2001||ECC||A28 English|
|22. A Bykhovsky vs D Zoler
|| ||½-½||68||2001||ECC||D17 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav|
|23. Y Jouhki vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||0-1||26||2001||ECC||A14 English|
|24. A Khruschiov vs A Bykhovsky
|| ||1-0||35||2001||ECC||C14 French, Classical|
|25. A Bykhovsky vs K Edvardsson
|| ||1-0||42||2001||ECC||E15 Queen's Indian|
| page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 186
|Mar-22-06|| ||Jake Lineman: This is NOT GM Avigdor (1) Bhykovsky|
|Apr-11-07|| ||vonKrolock: <"Anatoly Bykhovsky. Born in 1934. International Master and International Arbiter. Current FIDE rating – 2364. Renowned chess trainer and organizer. Chairman of the Trainers’ Council of the Russian Chess Federation since 2003."> More in the interview to M. Savinov in chesscafe.com http://www.chesscafe.com/misha/mish...|
|Apr-11-07|| ||Benzol: Is Anatoly Bikhovsky the same player?|
|Apr-11-07|| ||KingG: That interview in chesscafe.com was very interesting, i would encourage everyone to read it. Here is a link that wont expire by next week: http://www.chesscafe.com/text/misha...|
|Apr-12-07|| ||vonKrolock: <Benzol> Partially retracting from my comment in the other page, the chesscafe.com article gives the same transliteration as in this very page, so THIS would be the right page... Somewhat confusing <"never fear, Smith is here">|
|May-01-10|| ||wordfunph: Anatoly Bykhovsky was awarded the GM title by FIDE..|
|Jul-06-10|| ||I play the Fred: This guy has a great novelist name.|
|Feb-05-11|| ||jahhaj: This Israeli player was subject to some racist abuse when trying to enter a recent tournament in the US.|
|Oct-26-11|| ||Xeroxx: Is this guy old?|
|May-24-15|| ||TheFocus: <The game itself has changed, too. It has become more concrete and tough, and contains fewer abstract ideas. Suspicious-looking but deeply analyzed positions are played, and we see that there’s something wrong with our perception, because they are completely playable. You know, when you play against the computer, it often seems that its pieces are badly coordinated and lacking protection, but then it turns out that they interact splendidly, only at some higher level of perception. And young players are learning this kind of chess> - Anatoly Bykhovsky.|
|May-24-15|| ||TheFocus: <Chess has become much younger. Unfortunately, the career span of a chessplayer has decreased substantially. Botvinnik played championship matches after forty, but now a player of that age is over-the-hill. |
In other professions a man only begins to flourish at forty, because of all the knowledge and experience he has accumulated, while a chess player has to look for a new job. Nowadays, players spend ten to twelve hours a day in front of the computer, and this is a luxury that only youngsters can afford. In return they get a huge amount of the most up-to-date knowledge, which gives them an edge over more experienced players.
In Soviet times a student would meet with his trainer two or three times a week, while now they can do everything on their own. One can explore the database, play on the Internet, analyze with an engine, find annotated games, follow all the news, etc. Chess has become more intense> - Anatoly Bykhovsky.
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