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Member since Mar-16-06 · Last seen Jan-20-22
GM Mikhail Golubev
Odessa, Ukraine
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   MikhailGolubev has kibitzed 484 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-22 Golubev vs M Roepke, 1994 (replies)
MikhailGolubev: A wrong result in database. In fact, the game ended in a draw.
   Jan-19-22 Mikhail Golubev (replies)
MikhailGolubev: <Stonehenge: I wonder what happened here: Golubev vs Martin Roepke, 1994> Nothing happened. A wrong result in database. In fact, the game ended in a draw.
   Nov-23-21 Martirosyan vs A Volokitin, 2021
MikhailGolubev: European Teams: How Ukraine prevailed (my new blog at #chesscom, the game Martirosyan vs Volokitin annotated) #ETCC2021
   Nov-19-21 Tatiana Morozova (replies)
MikhailGolubev: Three memorable games from Tatiana Morosova
   Sep-07-21 Gelfand vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
MikhailGolubev: The Old Tricks #2: Gelfand vs Kramnik, Some Largely Unnoticed Tactics
   Aug-30-21 Ivanchuk vs Golubev, 1983 (replies)
MikhailGolubev: Annotated in my book Understanding the King's Indian (2006)
   Aug-29-21 Vasyl Ivanchuk (replies)
MikhailGolubev: The Old Tricks #1: Ivanchuk's Rare Luck (my new blog at chesscom)
   Aug-18-21 Evgeny Sveshnikov (replies)
MikhailGolubev: Developing a strategically revolutionary and perfectly sound system, the Sicilian Sveshnikov (aka Chelyabinsk or Lasker-Pelikan Variation) was an outstanding intellectual achievement. Indeed, nothing similar can happen in chess any longer. RIP GM Evgeny Sveshnikov
   Feb-21-21 Didkovsky vs Golubev, 1981 (replies)
MikhailGolubev: No, I lost on time, left the tournament for some reason.
   Sep-19-20 Kasparov vs Ivanchuk, 1988 (replies)
MikhailGolubev: On 19 Sep 2020, while discussing their 1988 game with Kasparov on Chess-News, Ivanchuk explained that, when playing 14...Qe7 he missed that after 19...Ne7 White has a winning move 20.Bf3!. (Instead, in the game Ivanchuk played 19...Nd8 and quickly lost anyway).
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