Giorgi Giorgadze

Giorgi Giorgadze (Georgian: გიორგი გიორგაძე; born 10 October 1964) is a Georgian chess Grandmaster (GM) (1993), two-times Georgian Chess Championship winner (1982, 1988), Chess Olympiad individual bronze medalist (1996).

Giorgi Giorgadze
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Giorgi Giorgadze in 2013
CountrySoviet Union
Georgia
Born (1964-10-10) 10 October 1964 (age 56)
TitleGrandmaster (GM) (1993)
FIDE rating2584 (June 2021)
Peak rating2625 (July 1997)

BiographyEdit

From the early 1980s, Giorgi Giorgadze was one of the leading Georgian chess players. In 1982 and 1988 he won Georgian Chess Championship.[1] In 1989, Giorgi Giorgadze qualified to the Soviet Chess Championship final tournament, finishing in Odessa in 12th place.[2] In 1997, in Groningen he participated in FIDE World Chess Championship, in which in first round he won Étienne Bacrot and in the second round he lost to Michael Adams.[3] In 2007, in Tbilisi he won bronze medal in Georgian Chess Championship.

Giorgi Giorgadze has participated in international chess tournaments many times, winning or sharing the first places, including in:

Giorgi Giorgadze played for Georgia in the Chess Olympiads:[5]

Giorgi Giorgadze played for Georgia in the World Team Chess Championship:[6]

  • In 2005, at third board in the 6th World Team Chess Championship in Beer Sheva (+0, =3, -0).

Giorgi Giorgadze played for Georgia in the European Team Chess Championships:[7]

  • In 1992, at second board in the 10th European Team Chess Championship in Debrecen (+1, =5, -2),
  • In 1997, at second board in the 11th European Team Chess Championship in Pula (+0, =8, -1),
  • In 1999, at first board in the 12th European Team Chess Championship in Batumi (+1, =4, -3).

In 1993, he was awarded the FIDE Grandmaster (GM) title.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Championship of Georgia - Tbilisi 1982
  2. ^ "URS-ch56 Odessa 1989". al20102007.narod.ru.
  3. ^ "1997 FIDE Knockout Matches : World Chess Championship". www.mark-weeks.com.
  4. ^ "TeleSchach / Berichte / Woerishofen E". www.teleschach.de.
  5. ^ "OlimpBase :: Men's Chess Olympiads :: Giorgi Giorgadze". www.olimpbase.org.
  6. ^ "OlimpBase :: World Team Chess Championship :: Giorgi Giorgadze". www.olimpbase.org.
  7. ^ "OlimpBase :: European Men's Team Chess Championship :: Giorgi Giorgadze". www.olimpbase.org.

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