I was wrong, a GM friend of mine (Udpuskeer Patzerov) said the game was full of brilliances.
No, we don't know who you're talking about. You don't even know your close personal friend's name, or anything close to it. This makes one wonder if you do.
Oh, so you didn't mean Evgeny Sveshnikov. If Andrey Kovshevnikov is an accurate name, then we're back to the original question of who he is. For all we know, that might be the name of a spectator at a Gelfand - Anand game.
Andrey Kovshevnikov is the guy sitting right under Anand's chin
That makes a picture of his head around 20x20 pixels. It's hard to recognize him. It could be puppet, I probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
You really don't have a link to a website where he proposes coaching, where there are the results of a tournament he played, anything of that kind ?
I'm not saying you made the person up and just pointed some random guy on a photo, but you did not prove otherwise.
Yeah, what's that on the guy's face? It could be a beard. It could also be... No... It can't be!
Seriously, though, if Kasparov calls him the father of ultra modern chess strategy, then I want to know where to find his games.
Crappy game and carppy comments.
I prophesise that I will be the last one to post on this forum.
No, I can't resist popping in to say that the word is "prophesy".
I believe the word you are looking for is "porpoise."