Vladimir kramnik

Explore the fascinating journey of Vladimir Kramnik, a legendary chess grandmaster. Learn about his achievements, strategies, and the impact he has made on the world of chess.
The 12 Most Interesting Chess Players Ever - Chess.com Chess Players, Fictional Characters, Play, Vladimir Kramnik, Vladimir, Famous People, Chess, World Championship, God Of War

Who are the most interesting chess players of all time? It’s an interesting question. Are we talking about the best players ever? Even that’s a tricky thing to define. Are the best players the most accomplished? We could go by super-tournament victories or years holding the world championship, or simply...

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GM Vladimir Kramnik Masters, People, Chess Players, Vladimir Kramnik, Vladimir, Greats, Anand, Chess, Legends

"This is an interview I’ve long dreamt about," writes GM Vlad Tkachiev. However: "it’s not easy to wear someone down with tricky, controversial questions when they’re so pleasant – so impeccably polite, even aristocratic..." This long interview, conducted for the Russian news portal WhyChess, last year, starts with Vladimir Kramnik's take on chess and one of his main rivals in the game.

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Yevgeniy Vishnevskiy
Vladimir Kramnik is referred to as Mr. Dortmund locally, and for good reason: he has won the prestigious tournament a staggering ten times. As the top seed and no. 2 player in the world, it was no small surprise to see him fall to the young gun Vladimir Fedoseev, the latest rising star in the Russian chess pantheon. Defending champion Maxime Vachier-Lagrave also had a brush with defeat, though lived to tell the tale. Enjoy this report with analysis by GM Moradiabadi. Dortmund, Vladimir Kramnik, Vladimir, Mr., Chess, Young Guns, Champion, Tournaments, Apeldoorn

Vladimir Kramnik is referred to as Mr. Dortmund locally, and for good reason: he has won the prestigious tournament a staggering ten times. As the top seed and no. 2 player in the world, it was no small surprise to see him fall to the young gun Vladimir Fedoseev, the latest rising star in the Russian chess pantheon. Defending champion Maxime Vachier-Lagrave also had a brush with defeat, though lived to tell the tale. Enjoy this report with analysis by GM Moradiabadi.

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Karel van Delft