|Vadim Milov at the European Club Cup 2008
Soviet Union (until 1991) Russia (1992) Israel (1993 to 1996) Switzerland (since 1996)
|Born||August 1, 1972
International Master (1992)
Grand Master (1993)
|Current Elo rating||2605 (August 2020)|
|Best Elo rating||2705 (July 2008)|
|Tab at the FIDE (English)|
Milov played for the Soviet Union and Russia until 1992 without achieving any great success. That changed the following year when he was selected player for Israel and international champion . In 1993 he became a grandmaster .
- Groningen , 1997 - in the third round he lost to Kiril Georgiev ,
- Las Vegas , 1999 - already in the first round he was eliminated after losing to Bartłomiej Macieja ,
- Moscow , 2001 - again in the third round he lost to Pyotr Svidler .
Milov won or shared first place in many international tournaments: Bratto (2001), Moscow (2002, Aeroflot Open ), Benasque (2002), Ashdod (2003), Lausanne (2003), Genoa (2003), Santo Domingo ( 2003), Merida , Mexico (2003, 2005 and 2006), Geneva (2004), Seville (2004), San Marino (2006), Philadelphia (2006, World Open ) and Morelia (2007).
Milov was very successful in rapid chess at the Corsica Masters in Bastia 2005. He won against Arkadij Naiditsch , Judit Polgár and Zoltán Almási . In the final he defeated Viswanathan Anand . He took part in the World Chess Cup in 2005 and 2009 . In 2005 he failed in the first round to Lewan Panzulaia , while in 2009 he first prevailed against Parimarjan Negi before failing in the second round to Şəhriyar Məmmədyarov . In July 2015, Milov won the Swiss championship for the first time .
In the Swiss National League A he played for SG Biel until 2006 , with whom he became Swiss team champion in 2000 , 2001 and 2004 . In 2007 he played for Sorab Basel , 2008 for Schwarz-Weiss Bern , 2011 for the master SK Réti Zurich , from 2012 to 2014 for SG Riehen , 2015 for the Lucerne chess club and between 2016 and 2018 he played again for SW Bern. Milov played in the Swiss Bundesliga in 1999 for ASK Winterthur , from the 2006/07 season to the 2008/09 season for SV Birsfelden / Beider Basel , with whom he became Swiss group champions in 2007 and 2008 , and in the 2010/11 and 2011/12 for the SK Réti Zurich . In 2016 and 2017 he played for Cercle Valaisan.
In the Austrian Bundesliga , Milov played for Styria Graz in the 2004/05 season , in the Dutch Meesterklasse in the 2004/05 season for the champions ZZICT / De Variant Breda , in the French team championship until 2003 for Philidor Mulhouse , in 2005 for Echiquier des Papes Avignon , 2006 for Echiquier Nanceien , 2007 for Club de Chess 15 Paris and 2017 for Club de Tremblay-en-France and in the Spanish team championship 2007 for Iretza-Gros XT and 2009 for CA Escuela Int. Kasparov-Marcote Mondariz .
Milov took part in the European Club Cup four times .
- Nimzo-Indian 4. f3 and Samisch variant . CD-ROM, Chessbase, 2002, ISBN 3-935602-47-2 .
- Replayable chess games by Vadim Milov on chessgames.com (English)
- Rolf Spriessler-Brander: The success of the strategic thinkers . In: ( Jahrbuch z'Rieche , 2012, accessed March 31, 2015)
- Vadim Milov - a bit Swiss
- 1997 FIDE Knockout Matches
- 1999 FIDE Knockout Matches
- 2001-02 FIDE Knockout Matches
- Corsica Masters 2005
- Vadim Milov's results at the Chess Olympiads on olimpbase.org (English)
- Vadim Milov's results at European Team Championships on olimpbase.org (English)
- Vadim Milov's results at Spanish team championships on olimpbase.org (English)
- Vadim Milov's results at European Club Cups on olimpbase.org (English)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Swiss chess grandmaster|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 1, 1972|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ufa , USSR|