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Member since Jun-21-06 · Last seen Mar-23-11
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   Armakov has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Aug-18-08 Calvin Blocker (replies)
Armakov: Hi Joshka. Been awhile since I've visited this blog as well... A signing by Shabalov eh? Nice. As aforementioned, he was at the Edgewater Chess Tournament last year where I had the honor of meeting him. Very nice, down to earth guy and speaks very good english I might add. By the ...
   Jul-10-07 S Fink vs C Blocker, 2007
Armakov: Incredible. Of course, it is not uncommon for an IM to lose to players even 300 points below them. However, I know Blocker personally and have followed his games for some time now. He does not seem to play well at big events. However, I to find it hard to fathom that he blundered, ...
   Mar-10-07 King's Indian Attack (A08) (replies)
Armakov: I am presently developing a repertoire with the KIA using Fritz 10. 1.Nf3 is the best first move, because it creates an air of mystique in the opening, surprising your opponent, as they are not sure what you are up to. However, my repertoire follows the same opening line for approx.
   Feb-09-07 Alekhine vs T Lovewell, 1923 (replies)
Armakov: I have found the Englund Gambit to be quite playable after using Fritz 10 at 14 ply to develope a working system with it. The following is a critical line : 1. d4 e5 2. dxe5 Nc6 3. Nf3 f6 (d6, Nge7 or Qe7 is usually played here, but exchanging the f pawn allows for quicker, more ...
   Jul-15-06 Colle vs Euwe, 1924 (replies)
Armakov: The Colle is a sound system for White and recommended for players who don't have alot of time to devote to study as it can be deployed against most Black defenses. It arguebly has the fewest amount of lines compared to other White openings because of it's closed nature. I chose it ...
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