Russian Media: Azerbaijani Chess Player Teymur Rajabov Infinitely Believes in his Power
Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr Z. Safarov / "The key peculiarity of Teymur Rajabov is that he feels when the pieces are to be given up and does that very in time," well-known chess portal chesspro.ru writes about the game of Azerbaijani grand master at a traditional tournament in Biel.
According to chesspro.ru, the supervisor of the site, grand master Konstantin Landa, finds Rajabov's games always attracting great interest. "He always plays the same openings, he fears nobody, he never has preparatory trainings and infinitely believes in his power. You know, he gets out of the most dangerous situations! What will happen if he learns another two or three openings? Playing with Rajabov Grishchuk gave up only one pawn in order to give back his bishop, while Rajabov gives up even tree on end," Landa stressed.
Rajabov is trying to drive to the leader of the competition, Magnus Karlsen, who is one point ahead.