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|Mar-06-05|| ||Zenchess: <WTHarvey> Your link doesn't work. |
|Apr-22-05|| ||refutor: i'm a big fan of his book "beating the caro-kann" |
|Aug-26-05|| ||uladzik: "VIKTOR KUPREICHIK (born Jul-03-1949) Russia" - the native country listing is wrong. He is from Minsk, Belarus.|
|Oct-29-05|| ||Whitehat1963: <uladzik> Are we sure Kupreichik wasn't born in 1849? He plays like a 19th century player.|
|Dec-30-05|| ||waddayaplay: The stats say it all: +602 -399 =380 . Mention another GM that draws less games?|
|Jul-03-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Viktor Kupreichik|
|Nov-29-06|| ||beatles fan: According to this, he played a game when he was 1!!!|
|Dec-29-06|| ||TheBB: "talpa" on FICS played this fireworks draw against Kupreichik, and presented it in a lecture there:|
[Event "unrated untimed match"]
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Nc3 Nc6 4. d4 cxd4 5. Nxd4 Nf6 6. f4 e5 7. Nf3 Be7 8. Bc4 O-O 9. f5 b5 10. Bxb5 Bb7 11. Bg5 Qb6 12. Qd2 Nd4 13. Bd3 Rac8 14. O-O-O Rxc3 15. Qxc3 Nxe4 16. Qa3 Nxg5 17. Nxe5 Nb5 18. Qb4 Qe3+ 19. Kb1 Qxe5 20. Rhe1 Qf6 21. h4 Nf3 22. gxf3 Bxf3 23. Qxb5 Bxd1 24. Qb7 Qxh4 25. Rxe7 Bf3 26. Qxf3 Qxe7 27. a4 Rb8 28. b3 Qf6 29. Ka2 h6 30. Qc6 Qd4 1/2-1/2
Draw offered by black in severe time trouble. Let me know if you want his comments (talpas that is).
|May-11-07|| ||alshatranji: "Draw offered by black in severe time trouble."
Doesn't the heading say "unrated untimed match"?
|Jun-06-07|| ||russep: This guy is amazing he played his first serious game of chess when he was only 1 years old|
|Jun-06-07|| ||Tomlinsky: <According to this, he played a game when he was 1!!!>|
It's not that impressive really, he lost. Not only that but the event appears to have traumatised him into becoming a QGA and Slav adherent thereafter.
|Jul-03-08|| ||whiteshark: Happy Birthday, GM Kupreichik!|
|Sep-07-08|| ||GrahamClayton: Kupreichik finished last in the first 3 USSR championships (1969, 1974 & 1976) that he competed in.|
Source: David Hooper and Kenneth Whyld "Oxford Companion to Chess", 2nd edition, OUP, 1992
|Nov-14-08|| ||Resignation Trap: A recent photo of Kupreichik chatting with Levon Aronian during the opening ceremony in Dresden: http://www.chesspro.ru/_images/mate... .|
|Jul-26-09|| ||Phony Benoni: After those first three USSR Championships, he became known for starting fast but fading. In the 48th Chamionship (1980/81), he started with five straight wins and 6.5/7. Later, with five rounds to go, he had 9.0/12 and led the field by 1.5 points--whereupon he lost four in a round and dropped to a tie for sixth. Here was the game which began his downfall: Romanishin vs Kupreichik, 1980|
|Jan-13-10|| ||humangraymatter: Why is "Kupreichik-Sunye Neto 1989" game not included in the notable games section? That game is a piece of art.|
|Jan-13-10|| ||TheChessGuy: This guy is a true "caveman" in chess terms. Ferocious and deadly with the initiative.|
|Apr-19-10|| ||Tabanus: Yesterday in Thessaloniki, Greece he was European senior vice champion 2010:|
|Jul-03-10|| ||wordfunph: The Soviet Chess Federation received an invitation to send two players to an international junior tournament, and they sent Karpov and Viktor Kupreichik. When they arrived in Czechoslovakia it turned out that the tournament was for adults. There being no time to send replacements, the two youngsters were given the green light to participate. The result was a sensation - Karpov and Kupreichik finished 1-2.|
happy birthday Viktor!
|Aug-20-10|| ||Bent75: I bougth a book during my play in
Stockholm (Rilton Cup) for some years ago: "The Games of Viktor Kupreichik".
The Super Tactical Grandmaster have a
three word vocabulary: Attack,Attack,
Bent Larsen Himself said: "Viktor
Kupreichick, is one of the best Chess
player ever"!!!His book have 78 Diagrams; The solutions are sharp and
interesting, and a lot to learn!
|Apr-16-11|| ||OhioChessFan: <Bent: The Super Tactical Grandmaster have a three word vocabulary: Attack, Attack, Attack. >|
How about a 13 move win as Black? B Malisov vs Kupreichik, 1963
|Apr-16-11|| ||FSR: I thought this guy had killed himself, but had him confused with Alvis Vitolinsh.|
|Sep-25-11|| ||wordfunph: <TheChessGuy: This guy is a true "caveman" in chess terms. Ferocious and deadly with the initiative.>|
in IM John Donaldson's book How to Win Quickly at Chess, he mentioned..
<Kupreichik enjoys a reputation as a caveman attacker.>
|Dec-10-11|| ||jessicafischerqueen: Here is a wonderful video tribute to <Viktor Kupreichik> created by <arlindoerm>:|
|Mar-06-13|| ||blackburne: Viktor Kupreichik, article in spanish:
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