Rustem Dautov

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Rustem Dautov, 2013
Association Soviet UnionSoviet Union Soviet Union (until 1991) Russia (1992 to 1993) Germany (since 1994)
Born November 28, 1965
title International Master (1988)
Grand Master (1990)
Current  Elo rating 2595 (August 2020)
Best Elo rating 2636 (January 2002)
Tab at the FIDE (English)

Rustem Dautov ( Russian Рустем Хазитович Даутов; born November 28, 1965 in Ufa ) is a German chess grandmaster of Tatar origin.


Rustem Dautov won the U18 USSR Youth Championship in 1983 . He completed his military service in the 1980s in a sports department of the Soviet army , which was stationed in the GDR. In this phase Dautov took part in various GDR tournaments: In 1984 he came second (after Valery Chekhov ) in Berlin . Numerous other victories followed, including a. in Dresden 1986, Rostock , Halle (Saale) and Dresden 1987, 1988 in Minsk and again in Dresden. In 1989 FIDE awarded Dautov the title of International Master . In 1990 he won in Münster and became a grandmaster. 1991 victories in Porz and Bad Lauterberg followed . He also won the Bad Wörishofen Chess Festival in 1991.

In 1992 Dautov settled in Seeheim-Jugenheim . He has been playing for the German national team since 1996.

Dautov won the international German championship in Nussloch in 1996 (together with Artur Jussupow ) , and in 1999 he became German runner- up in Altenkirchen . Dautov recorded further tournament victories in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe 1997, Seefeld in Tirol 1997, Essen 1999 (shared with Wadim Swjaginzew , Emil Sutovsky and Larry Christiansen ) and in Deizisau 2002 (shared with Wladimir Jepischin and Levon Aronjan ).

Similar to the German grandmaster Matthias Wahls , Dautov has switched to professional poker in recent years . But he regularly plays in the German Chess League for the German master OSG Baden-Baden .

He was last among the top 50 in the FIDE world rankings in April 2002.

National team

Rustem Dautov at the 2000 Chess Olympiad

With the German national team, Dautov took part in the 1996 , 1998 , 2000 , 2002 and 2004 Chess Olympiads . He was most successful in 2000 in Istanbul, when he and the team reached second place and achieved both the third best result on the third board and the third best rating of all participants in the individual ranking. He also represented Germany at the European Team Championships in 1997, 1999, 2003 and 2005, the best result being third place with the team in 1999 in Batumi .


During the Soviet Union, Dautov first played for Zenit and later for CSKA Moscow , with which he won the European Club Cup in 1990.

In the German Bundesliga , Dautov played in the 1991/92 season for SV Empor Berlin , from 1996 to 1998 for SCA St. Ingbert , from 1999 to 2002 for Godesberger SK and from 2002 to 2016 for OSG Baden-Baden (up to 2004 SC Baden-Oos , from 2004 to 2008 OSC Baden-Baden ), with which he became German team champion in 2006 , 2007 , 2008 , 2009 , 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2013 , 2014 and 2015 . He has been playing for SF Deizisau since the 2016/17 season , initially in the 2nd Bundesliga and since the 2017/18 season in the 1st Bundesliga.

In the Swiss National League A he played for the Lucerne chess club from 2003 to 2008 and for Mulhouse Philidor in France until 2006 . Dautov won the European Cup Club in 1996 with TatTransGaz-Itil Kazan , in 1998 he competed with the Polish club Stilon Gorzów Wlkp. part.

Web links

Commons : Rustem Dautov  - collection of images

Individual evidence

  1. Place of birth according to The Inner Logic of the Game
  2. according to The inner logic of the game
  3. Rustem Dautov's results at the Chess Olympiads on (English)
  4. Rustem Dautov's results at European Team Championships on (English)
  5. Rustem Dautov's results at Soviet Team Cups on (English)
  6. Rustem Dautov's results at Soviet club championships on (English)
  7. a b Rustem Dautov's results at European Club Cups on (English)