In 1992, Zarnicki became the third Argentinian to win the U20 World Junior Championship in Buenos Aires after Óscar Panno and Carlos Bielicki . 1994 awarded him FIDE the Grandmaster title . Zarnicki is a sought-after coach in Argentina.
Its Elo rating is 2520 (as of December 2014). This would put him in 9th place in the Argentine rankings, but he is listed as inactive because he did not play an Elo-rated game after the Festival de Ajedrez por la Memoria y Bicentenario held in Buenos Aires in October 2010 . In July 1995 it reached its highest rating of 2570.
With the Argentine team, Zarnicki took part in the Chess Olympiads in 1992 , 1994 , 1996 , 2002 and 2006 . At the 1994 Chess Olympiad in Moscow , he achieved the second-best individual result on the fourth board. In addition, he achieved second place with the team at the Pan-American team championship in 1995 and third place in the individual ranking on the top board and won the U26 team world championships in 1993 and 1997.
- Pablo Zarnicki at the World Chess Federation FIDE (English)
- Replayable chess games by Pablo Zarnicki on chessgames.com (English)
- Pablo Zarnicki's results at the Chess Olympiads on olimpbase.org (English)
- Pablo Zarnicki's results at the Pan-American team championships on olimpbase.org (English)
- Pablo Zarnicki's results at the U26 team world championships on olimpbase.org (English)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Argentine chess grandmaster|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 12, 1972|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Bulnes|