Aronian, Levon (1982)
|Alternative last name spellings: –|
|Alternative first name spellings: Grigori|
|Alias: David Beckham of Chess.|
|Description: Levon Aronian is an International Chess Grandmaster from Armenia. He was one of the players of the Armenian chess team that won the gold medal in the 2006 Olympics. Despite not having the title of World Chess Champion, Aronian has won many first-rate tournaments that have made him the best chess player in Armenia.
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Chess Player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Yerevan, Armenian SSR, Soviet Union.||Country Tags: Armenia. Germany.|
|Centuries: XX-XXI||Title: Grandmaster (2000)|
|World Champion: –||School: –|
|Styles: –||Chess Olympiads: 1996, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014.|
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- Levon Aronian at chess24: https://chess24.com/en/read/players/levon-aronian – [27/03/2018].
- Levon Aronian at Olimpbase.org: http://www.olimpbase.org/players/8yc46a0e.html – [27/03/2018]
- Levon Aronian chess games at 365Chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Levon_Aronian – [27/03/2018]
- Levon Aronian FIDE chess profile: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=13300474 – [27/03/2018].
- Levon Aronian in chess-db: https://chess-db.com/public/pinfo.jsp?id=13300474 – [27/03/2018].
- Levon Aronian official website: http://www.levonaronian.com/ – [27/03/2018].
- Levon Aronian player profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=17316 – [27/03/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Levon Aronian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levon_Aronian – [27/03/2018].
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