Dmitry Kryakvin: "Adults in Wijk Are Too Strict to Goryachkina and That's Not Right"

Время публикации: 19.01.2013 03:10 | Последнее обновление: 19.01.2013 03:17
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Dmitry Kryakvin, the participant of the Dvorkovich Memorial gave a commentary to our correspondent Elena Klimets not only as a player, but as a correspondent of the Russian Chess Federation website and a coach. According to Dmitry his ward Andrey Esipenko, the European Champion under 10, has a great future: "I hope he will be the strongest GM in Rostov chess history."

Esipenko started the Dvorkovich Memorial with three draws. Kryakvin shared his opinion on how should the young players start perform in adult competitions. "If the child gathers 1 or 2 points out of 9 that may traumatize him. The chess player's life is divided into two parts: first is when you want to be the world champion and second when you understand that you're not going to achieve that. For some people the first stage may finish in a month..."     

Dmitry thinks adults in Group C of the Wijk aan Zee festival are too strict to 14-year-old Aleksandra Goryachkina. "She is still a star for her age and gains perfect wins in all the tournaments, she is talented, maybe she is the future world champion; and those old guys there just offend her. I guess that's not right." (now Goryachkina has 1.5/6 - CN

As regards to his own performance in Taganrog in Round 4 Dmitry outplayed 16-year-old FIDE master Maxim Lugovskoy. "I was told the young man is working with Vladimir Belov - a very famous coach, who knows all the theory up to 40th move. His girls and boys win everything. So, I was horrified and started looking for the variation in the database this morning in order not get into some preparation trap. I saw that neither I, nor Maxim has played Catalan, so I chose it. Well, I'm not playing that often now... The last TWIC I've downloaded is for 2010. My board has covered with dust, my laptop is in a terrible condition. So, I tried to go for a new line in order not to lose in the opening..."

Listen to Dmitry Kryakvin's commentary at full in the audio player [in Russian].    

[Event "Stage of Russian Chess Cup Men 2013"] [Site "Taganrog"] [Date "2013.01.18"] [Round "4.6"] [White "Kryakvin, Dmitry"] [Black "Lugovskoy, Maxim"] [Result "1-0"] [LiveChessVersion "1.4"] [BlackElo "2366"] [WhiteElo "2586"] [ECO "E06"] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. g3 Be7 5. Bg2 O-O 6. O-O dxc4 7. Qc2 a6 8. a4 Bd7 9. Qxc4 Bc6 10. Bg5 Nbd7 11. Nc3 h6 12. Bf4 Nb6 13. Qb3 Nbd5 14. Rfd1 Nxf4 15. gxf4 Nd5 16. e3 Bd6 17. Ne5 Nxc3 18. Nxc6 Ne2+ 19. Kf1 bxc6 20. Kxe2 Rb8 21. Qc2 Qh4 22. Bxc6 Rb4 23. b3 Rfb8 24. Rab1 Qh5+ 25. Bf3 Qg6 26. Qxg6 fxg6 27. Rg1 Rxb3 28. Rxb3 Rxb3 29. Rxg6 Rb2+ 30. Kf1 Ra2 31. Rxe6 Rxa4 32. Bh5 a5 33. Re8+ Bf8 34. Rc8 Rc4 35. Ra8 Ra4 36. Kg2 Ra1 37. Be8 Ra3 38. f5 Ra1 39. e4 c5 40. e5 1-0 


  


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