3 responses to “The rise and rise of Mateusz Bartel”

  1. Interesting interview. Bartel comes through as a modest, thoughtful, and quite engaging person. It is a pity that he is not doing that well at Plovdiv right now, and I am afraid he will get a bit further from 2700, at least for the time being.

    Thank you for the translation!

  2. Dear Mishanp,

    thanks a lot for the whole lot of work you provide for us chessfolk. You are adding a lot to the game – it´s not just the moves, after all.

    Thank you very much indeed!!


  3. Wonderful to do such a thing. Of all the things I have read about in chess cluutre and chess history, I miss adjournments most. (I care not about the influence of machines I prefer the sportsmanship that adjournments proffer to the viewing public.) A real player should be able to restrain himself the goal is not merely the win, but a beautiful, instructive game that in the end improves the endgame understanding of both the players.

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