Sergei Vladimirovich Rublewski

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Sergei Vladimirovich Rublewski, 2006
Surname Sergei Vladimirovich Rublewski
Association RussiaRussia Russia
Born October 15, 1974
title International Master (1992)
Grand Master (1994)
Current  Elo rating 2651 (August 2020)
Best Elo rating 2706 (Nov 2013 - Apr 2014)
Tab at the FIDE (English)

Sergei Wladimirowitsch Rublewski ( Russian Сергей Владимирович Рублевский , scientific transliteration Sergej Vladimirovič Rublevskij ; English and FIDE spelling Sergei Rublevsky ; born October 15, 1974 in Kurgan ) is a Russian world-class player in chess .


Rublewski was an eight-year-old 1st category player, when he was 13 he was a candidate for the championship. First, he was a student in the Panchenko -Schachschule, but he was after a big success in a Soviet youth team tournament (6.5 points from 7 games) in the renowned Mikhail Botvinnik added -Schachschule, which also Garry Kasparov gave lessons. In 1993 Rublewski won tournaments in Paris , Chelyabinsk and his hometown Kurgan. In 1994 he won again in Kurgan and played for the B-team of Russia (in fact the youth national team) at the Chess Olympiad in Moscow and won bronze. This year, he was awarded FIDE the Grandmaster title . In 1997 he won the Akiba Rubinstein memorial tournament in Polanica-Zdrój ahead of Boris Gelfand and Evgeni Barejew .

2004 in Dortmund against Arkadij Naiditsch

In 2004 Rublewski won the Aeroflot Open in Moscow and received an invitation to the Dortmund Chess Days in the same year, where he finished seventh. This year he won the European Cup for club teams in Izmir over the 13th world chess champion Garry Kasparov. In 2005 he celebrated his greatest success: in December he won the Russian championship in Moscow in front of world-class players such as Pyotr Swidler and the 14th classical world chess champion Vladimir Kramnik . Shortly before, Rublewski was seventh at the FIDE World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk after a placement victory (1.5: 0.5) against Mikhail Gurevich . With this result he qualified for the Candidates Tournament from May 26th to June 13th 2007 in Elista, which was reintroduced by FIDE . There he met Ruslan Ponomarjow in the first round , whom he defeated with 3.5-2.5. In the second round he lost to Alexander Grishchuk with 3.5: 5.5 after a playoff.

While he only scored 2 points from 6 games for the Russian team at the 2006 Chess Olympiad in Turin, shortly afterwards he won a strong tournament in Foros with 7.5 points from 11 games. He was last among the top 20 in the world rankings in July 2004.

The occasionally occurring spelling of his Names Rubljowski (Рублёвский) is faulty.

National team

Rublewski took part in seven Chess Olympiads , in 1994 he reached third place with Russia's second team, in 1996 , 1998 , 2000 and 2002 he won with Russia, but could not build on the success of 2006 . In 2010 he played for Russia's third team and achieved the third-best individual result on the third board. He also took part in the World Team Championships in 1997, 2001 and 2005, he won with Russia in 1997 and 2005 and in 2001 came second.


In the Russian team championship in 1992 Rublewski played for Khorda Chelyabinsk , with whom he took part in the European Club Cup in 1993 , in 1995 for champion Novaya Sibir Novosibirsk , with whom he also took part twice in the European Club Cup, from 1996 to 1999 for Sberbank-Tatarstan Kazan , with whom he became champion in 1998 and also took part in the European Club Cup twice, in 2000 for Sibir Tomsk , 2001 to 2005 and 2007 for Ladja Kazan-1000 , with whom he became champion in 2002 and 2003 and took part in the European Club Cup four times (2001 he entered at the European Club Cup, however, for the winner Norilski Nikel Norilsk ), 2006 for Termosteps Samara , 2008 for SchSM-64 Moscow , 2009 for Ural Yekaterinburg , with whom he also took part in the European Club Cup, since 2010 he has played for Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk , with whom he took part in the European Club Cup four times.

He won the Dutch master class in 2007 with Share Dimension Groningen and in the French team championship in 2004 for Echiquier Niçois . In Spain he played for the CA Linex Magic Mérida team in 2006 and 2007 , with whom he was champion in both years and also won the European Club Cup in 2007, and in 2008 for CE Binissalem . Furthermore, he already played for the Serbian club ŠK Radonja Bojović Nikšić , with whom he participated in the European Club Cup in 2000.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Willy Iclicki: FIDE Golden book 1924-2002 . Euroadria, Slovenia, 2002, p. 82.
  2. Сергей Рублевский KurganRegion: Sergei Rublewski (Russian) from December 26, 2015, accessed on September 19, 2019.
  3. Sergei Rublyowski's results at the Chess Olympiads on (English)
  4. Sergei Rublyowski's results at the team world championships on (English)
  5. a b c d e f g h Sergei Rubljowski's results at European Club Cups on (English)
  6. Sergei Rublyovski's results at Russian team championships on (English)
  7. Sergei Rubljowski's results at Spanish team championships on (English)

Web links

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