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Sergey Karjakin 

 
  • Number of games in database: 1,874
  • Years covered: 2000 to 2017
  • Last FIDE rating: 2785 (2773 rapid, 2883 blitz)
  • Highest rating achieved in database: 2788
  • Overall record: +323 -147 =615 (58.1%)*
  • Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 789 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

NOTABLE GAMES:

  • Karjakin vs V Malinin, 2002 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Kosteniuk, 2003 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Kramnik, 2010 1-0
  • Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 0-1
  • Karjakin vs Anand, 2016 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Caruana, 2016 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Kramnik, 2004 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Radjabov, 2005 1-0
  • Karjakin vs Morozevich, 2009 1-0
  • Svidler vs Karjakin, 2014 0-1

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS:

  • FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2004)

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS:

  • Corus (2009)
  • World Cup (2015)
  • China-Russia Challenge Match (2015)
  • Norway Chess Tournament (2013)
  • SportAccord World Mind Games (Men, Basque) (2013)
  • Bilbao Blindfold Chess World Cup (2007)
  • World Chess Cup (2007)
  • Cap d'Agde (2006)
  • Ordix Open (2007)
  • World Cup (2009)
  • Tata Steel (2012)
  • 6th European Individual Championship (2005)
  • 37th Chess Olympiad (2006)
  • Chess Olympiad (2010)
  • 36th Olympiad (2004)

Karjakin was born in Simferopol, Kramatorsk in Ukraine and learned to play chess when he was five years old. On 20 August 2002, at the international tournament in Sudak, he shocked the chess world by fulfilling his third and final GM norm, making him the youngest grandmaster in chess history, at the age of 12 years and 7 months (a record that still stands). At 11 years and 11 months, he had also been the youngest ever to acquire the IM title. While still 11 years old, Sergey Karjakin was one of the seconds for Ruslan Ponomariov during his world championship match against Vassily Ivanchuk in 2002. At age fourteen he defeated then reigning world champion, Vladimir Kramnik during the 2004 Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting, in a blitz game (ten minutes for the entire game, plus five seconds per move). Also in 2004, Karjakin was the only human to win against a computer in the Man vs Machine World Team Championship in Bilbao, Spain, where he was the youngest and lowest rated player. He won against the Deep Junior (Computer) program. On July 25, 2009 Karjakin took out Russian citizenship and now plays for the Russian team in the international arena.

FIDE RATINGS SERGEY KARJAKIN 
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Magnus Carlsen

  • Number of games in database: 2,457
  • Years covered: 1999 to 2017
  • Last FIDE rating: 2840 (2896 rapid, 2914 blitz)
  • Highest rating achieved in database: 2882
  • Overall record: +646 -263 =646 (62.3%)*
  • Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 902 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic

NOTABLE GAMES:

  • Carlsen vs S Ernst, 2004 1-0
  • Carlsen vs H Harestad, 2003 1-0
  • J L Hammer vs Carlsen, 2003 0-1
  • Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2008 0-1
  • Anand vs Carlsen, 2013 0-1
  • Carlsen vs G Tallaksen Ostmoe, 2005 1-0
  • Carlsen vs A Groenn, 2005 1-0
  • Nakamura vs Carlsen, 2014 0-1
  • Carlsen vs Aronian, 2008 1-0
  • Carlsen vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2015 1-0

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS:

  • FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2004)
  • Anand - Carlsen World Championship(2013)
  • Carlsen - Anand World Championship (2014)

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS:

  • Norwegian Championship (2006)
  • Corus Group C (2004)
  • Norwegian Championship (2004)
  • Corus Group B (2006)
  • Corus (2010)
  • Tata Steel (2015)
  • Pearl Spring Chess Tournament (2009)
  • King's Tournament (2010)
  • Tata Steel (2013)
  • Norwegian Championship (2005)
  • Midnight Sun Chess Challenge (2006)
  • Amber Tournament (Blindfold) (2010)
  • FIDE World Cup (2005)
  • World Chess Cup (2007)
FIDE RATINGS CARLSEN
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