Karjakin, Sergey (1990)
|Alternative last name spellings: –|
|Alternative first name spellings: Alexandrovich|
“Top chess players are both talented and hard-worker. It is impossible to become top, without this 2 things.”
|Description: Sergey Karjakin is a Russian chess player and nationalized Ukrainian. He was the youngest Chess Grandmaster in the history of chess, getting the title with 12 years. He has competed in seven Chess Olympiads winning three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Chess Player, Poker Player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Simferopol, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union||Country Tags: Ukraine. Russia.|
|Centuries: XX-XXI||Title: Grandmaster (2003)|
|World Champion: –||School: A.V. Momot Club.|
|Styles: Defensive.||Chess Olympiads: 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014.|
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- Sergey Karjakin at chess24: https://chess24.com/en/read/players/sergey-karjakin – [26/03/2018].
- Sergey Karjakinat at Olimpbase.org: http://www.olimpbase.org/players/isk2qyyg.html – [26/03/2018]
- Sergey Karjakin chess games at 365Chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Sergey_Karjakin – [26/03/2018]
- Sergey Karjakinin chess-db: https://chess-db.com/public/pinfo.jsp?id=14109603 – [26/03/2018].
- Sergey Karjakinin FIDE chess profile: https://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=4501128 – [26/03/2018].
- Sergey Karjakin official website: http://www.skarjakin.com/ – [26/03/2018].
- Sergey Karjakin player profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=54535 – [26/03/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Sergey Karjakin: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Karjakin – [26/03/2018].
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