|Georgi Tringow, The Hague 1966
|Born||March 7, 1937
|Died||July 3, 2000
International Master (1962)
Grand Master (1963)
|Best Elo rating||2495 (January 1977)|
Tringow won the Bulgarian student championship in 1959 and became Bulgarian national champion in 1963, as well as in 1981 and 1985. From 1962 he was international champion , from 1963 he held the grandmaster title .
1964 Tringow won the zone tournament of Kecskemét and qualified for the interzonal tournament in Amsterdam , in which he reached 15th place. He represented Bulgaria at the Chess Olympiads twelve times , namely in 1956 , 1958 , 1962 , 1964 , 1966 , 1968 , 1970 , 1972 , 1974 , 1978 , 1980 and 1982 . He achieved the best individual board result twice: 1968 on board 2 and 1978 on board 3. In 1968 the Bulgarian team won a bronze medal. He also took part with Bulgaria in the European Team Championships in 1970, 1977, 1980 and 1983.
Tringow's last Elo rating was 2379, and in January 1977 he had his highest rating of 2495.
In total, Tringov played 95 international tournaments . His best results include:
- 1st – 2nd in Vršac 1973
- 2nd in Birmingham 1974
- 2nd in Kragujevac 1974
- 2nd in Plovdiv 1975
- 3. in Vinkovci 1976 (with Lev Polugajewski , after Vlastimil Hort and Gyula Sax )
- 1. in Plovdiv 1977 and 1980
- 1st – 2nd in Smederovo 1980
- Replayable chess games by Georgi Tringow on chessgames.com (English)
- Willy Iclicki: FIDE Golden book 1924-2002 . Euroadria, Slovenia, 2002, p. 75.
- Georgi Tringow's results at the Chess Olympiads on olimpbase.org (English)
- Georgi Tringow's results at the European Team Championships on olimpbase.org (English)
- Elo history at olimpbase.org (English)
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Tringov, Georgi (FIDE); Трингов, Георги (Bulgarian)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Bulgarian chess player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 7, 1937|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Plovdiv|
|DATE OF DEATH||July 3, 2000|