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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov

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Date of birth:
FIDE Rating:
2817
World Ranking:
3
Rapid Rating:
2794
Blitz Rating:
2808
Social:
Last tournament in India:
Kolkata Open 2009

Grandmaster Shakhriyar Mamedyarov of Azerbaijan is ranked No. 3 in the world as of September 2018. Mamedyarov competed in the Candidates Tournament in 2011 (eliminated in quarterfinals), in 2014 (fourth) and in 2018 (second). A two-time World Junior Champion (2003 and 2005), he was World Rapid Champion in 2013, and a gold medalist at the 2012 Chess Olympiad. He has twice won the Tai Memorial (2010 joint and 2014 Blitz) and Shamkir Chess (2016 and 2017) meets. He won the 2018 Biel Chess Festival, beating reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen.

Head to head stats

Score vs Levon Aronian:

Classical:
3 wins
14 draws
5 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
9 wins
10 draws
10 losses

Score vs Wesley So:

Classical:
2 wins
7 draws
0 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
5 wins
4 draws
4 losses

Score vs Viswanathan Anand:

Classical:
0 wins
8 draws
3 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
5 wins
14 draws
12 losses

Score vs Hikaru Nakamura:

Classical:
5 wins
6 draws
4 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
2 wins
8 draws
13 losses

Score vs Sergey Karjakin:

Classical:
5 wins
27 draws
3 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
16 wins
13 draws
16 losses

Score vs Pentala Harikrishna:

Classical:
3 wins
7 draws
4 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
5 wins
7 draws
1 loss

Score vs Santosh Gujrathi Vidit:

Classical:
1 win
0 draws
0 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
1 win
1 draw
0 losses

Score vs Surya Shekhar Ganguly:

Classical:
2 wins
1 draw
0 losses
Rapid & Blitz:
2 wins
0 draws
0 losses

Score vs Nihal Sarin:

Classical:
Never played
Rapid & Blitz:
Never played

Score vs Praggnanandhaa Rameshbabu:

Classical:
Never played
Rapid & Blitz:
Never played

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