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Vladimir Kramnik Club

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  • Formed: Dec 17, 2012
  • Vladimir Borisovich Kramnik is a Russian chess grandmaster. He was the Classical World Chess Champion from 2000 to 2006, and the undisputed World Chess Champion from 2006 to 2007. Wikipedia Born: June 25, 1975, Tuapse Awards: Chess Oscar

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  • Vladimir Kramnik was the only Russian player not to lose rating points. :o

    by SmyslovFan 5 days ago

  • They had more 2700+ players in reserve ...Morozevich, Vitiugov, Jakovenko, Andreikin, Tomashevsky ... That`s two complete teams 2700+

    by Eeyore12 5 days ago

  • Players like Kramnik, Grischuk, Svidler, Karjakin, Nepo? That's a pretty impressive team filled with THREE players in the top 10 in the world.

    by SmyslovFan 5 days ago

  • Kramnik was top board. He'll keep playing in Olympiads as long as the Russian team want him. Even if he lost every single game, he makes it easier for the rest of the team to pick up points on the lower boards. He wasn't the one to blame for Russia's poor performance. They had a +2700 on board 5 (reserve) for crying out loud!

    by SmyslovFan 5 days ago

  • Russia need players with killer instinct!

    by Shamshoun-Khan-II 5 days ago

  • Vlad lost to Valjeho... a sad olympics for him and Russian team in general... Maybe his last Olympic tournament.

    by Marignon 11 days ago

  • And he really `killed ` him...

    by Eeyore12 2 weeks ago

  • 1-0! That's good old Kramnik.

    by Marignon 2 weeks ago

  • Though the combination did not result in a win. Hard resistance from the Chinese. Now Vlad has an edge vs Topalov. The position seems favourable.

    by Marignon 2 weeks ago

  • Indeed!

    by Eeyore12 2 weeks ago