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  1. Intel Rapid Chess Grand Prix 1995 - New York
    PCA / Intel Rapid Chess Grand Prix 1995, leg 2- New York

    A rapid KO with 2 rapid games followed by an Armageddon if necessary (2 blitz and an Armageddon in the Final round). Anand did not play here because he was preparing for his match against Kasparov.

    Final:
    Kasparov 2-0 Ivanchuk
    ---

    Semifinals:
    Kasparov 1.5-1.5 Kramnik
    Ivanchuk 2-0 Morozevich
    ---

    Quarterfinals:
    Kasparov 1.5-0.5 deFirmian
    Kramnik 1.5-0.5 Ehlvest
    Ivanchuk 2-0 Speelman
    Morozevich 2-1 Christiansen
    ---

    Round 1:
    Kasparov 2-0 Adams
    deFirmian 2-1 Smirin
    Kramnik 1.5-0.5 Chernin
    Ehlvest 1.5-0.5 Polgar
    Ivanchuk 2-1 Hjartarson
    Speelman 2-1 Korchnoi
    Morozevich 2-1 Vyzmanavin
    Christiansen 1.5-0.5 Yusupov

    36 games, 1995

  2. Intel Rapid Chess Grand Prix 1995 - Paris
    PCA / Intel Rapid Chess Grand Prix 1995, leg 4 - Paris

    A rapid KO with 2 rapid games followed by an Armageddon if necessary (2 blitz and an Armageddon in the Final round).

    Final:
    Kasparov 2.5-1.5 Kramnik

    Semifinals:
    Kasparov 2-0 Anand
    Kramnik 1.5-0.5 Lautier

    Quarterfinals:
    Kasparov 2-0 Georgiev
    Anand 1.5-0.5 Chernin
    Kramnik 1.5-1.5 Ivanchuk
    Lautier 1.5-0.5 Korchnoi

    Round 1:
    Kasparov 2-0 Morozevich
    Georgiev 2-1 Aseev
    Anand 1.5-0.5 Nikolic
    Chernin 2-0 Speelman
    Kramnik 1.5-0.5 E.Bacrot
    Ivanchuk 2-0 Vaisser
    Lautier 2-1 Adams
    Korchnoi 2-1 Arbakov

    03 games not in the database [Kiril Georgiev - Aseev]

    32 games, 1995

  3. Ivanchuk at the Olympics
    Team Medals:
    Gold - 1988, 1990, 2004, 2010
    Silver - 1996
    Bronze - 1998, 2000

    Individual Medals:
    Gold - 2010
    Silver - 1996
    Bronze - 1990, 1996, 2004

    <143 games: +57 -7 =79 vs 2606.5 rated opposition>

    Tessalonica 1988: +4-0=5 [2nd res.]
    Novi Sad 1990: +5-1=4
    Manila 1992: +6-2=5
    Moscow 1994: +5-0=9
    Yerevan 1996: +6-0=5
    Elista 1998: +3-0=8
    Istanbul 2000: +4-0=10
    Bled 2002: +4-0=10
    Calvia 2004: +6-0=7 [2nd board]
    Turin 2006: +4-1=8
    Dresden 2008: +3-2=6
    Khanty-Mansiysk 2010: +7-1=2

    Missing games:
    1988 - 1/2 vs Krum Georgiev
    2002 - 1/2 vs Lputian
    2004 - 1/2 vs Lautier

    140 games, 1988-2010

  4. Ivanchuk is IN
    All wins by GM Ivanchuk against World Champions.

    Ivanchuk's Record vs World Champions (Overall):
    +121 -139 =317 | [48.4%]
    +20 -27 =77 vs. Anand
    +17 -16 =29 vs. Carlsen
    +13 -14 =35 vs. Karpov
    +3 -5 =13 vs. Kasimdzhanov
    +6 -15 =27 vs. Kasparov
    +11 -3 =8 vs. Khalifman
    +19 -23 =62 vs. Kramnik
    +12 -10 =24 vs. Ponomariov
    +3 -2 =3 vs. Smyslov
    +0 -0 =1 vs. Spassky
    +17 -24 =38 vs. Topalov

    Ivanchuk's Record vs World Champions (Classical): +43 -76 =198 | [44.8%]
    +5 -12 =48 vs. Anand
    +3 -8 =16 vs. Carlsen
    +1 -4 =20 vs. Karpov
    +2 -4 =9 vs. Kasimdzhanov
    +4 -10 =21 vs. Kasparov
    +8 -3 =8 vs. Khalifman
    +5 -11 =30 vs. Kramnik
    +5 -7 =16 vs. Ponomariov
    +0 -1 =2 vs. Smyslov
    +0 -0 =1 vs. Spassky
    +10 -16 =27 vs. Topalov

    120 games, 1988-2016

  5. Karpov Tournament Champion - I
    Anatoli Karpov won more than 160 tournaments in his career, including 28 out of the 34 tournaments in which he took part from 1975 to 1984. Here are some of his major victories:

    Trinec 66/67, 1st place, +9 =4
    European Ch. Junior 1967/68, 1st, +6 =8
    World Ch. Junior 1969, 1st, +12 =5

    Alekhine Memorial, Moscow 1971, 1st shared, +5 =12 Hastings 1971/72, 1st shared, +8 =6 -1
    San Antonio 1972, 1st shared +8 =6 -1
    Leningrad Interzonal 1973, 1st shared, +10 =7
    Madrid 1973 1st, +7 =8
    Watch out, We're mad 1974

    Portoroz/Ljubljana 1975, 1st, +8 =7
    Milan 1975, 1st, +4 =16 -1
    Skopje 1976, 1st, +10 =5
    Euwe Memorial, Armsterdam 1976, 1st, +2 =4
    Montilla-Moriles 1976, 1st, +5 =4
    USSR Championship 1976, 1st, +8 =8 -1
    Bad Lauterberg 1977, 1st, +9 =6
    Las Palmas 1977, 1st, +12 =3
    Tilburg 1977, 1st, +5 =6

    Bugojno 1978, 1st shared, +6 =8 -1
    Montreal 1979, 1st shared, +7 =10 -1
    Waddinxveen 1979, 1st, +4 =2
    Tilburg 1979, 1st, +4 =7
    Bad Kissingen 1980, 1st, +3 =3
    Bugojno 1980, 1st, +5 =6
    Amsterdam 1980, 1st, +7 =6 -1
    Tilburg 1980, 1st, +4 =7
    Linares 1981, 1st shared, +5 =6
    Moscow 1981, 1st, +5 =8

    London 1982, 1st shared, +5 =7 -1
    Torino 1982, 1st shared, +2 =8 -1
    Tilburg 1982, 1st, +5 =5 -1
    USSR Championship 1983, 1st, +5 =9 -1
    Hannover 1983, 1st, +8 =6 -1
    Oslo 1984, 1st, +3 =6
    London 1984, 1st, +6 =6 -1

    Amsterdam 1985, 1st, +4 =6
    Brussels 1986, 1st, +7 =4
    Bugojno 1986, 1st, +4 =9 -1
    Amsterdam 1987, 1st shared, +2 =4
    Wijk and Zee 1988, 1st, +6 =6 -1
    Tilburg 1988, 1st, +7 =7
    USSR Championship 1988, 1st shared, +6 =11
    Mazatlan 1988 (I Rapid Chess WC), 1st, +8 =12 -2 Skelleftea 1989 WC, 1st shared, +4 =10
    Reggio Emilia 1990/91, 1st, +3 =9
    Reykjavik 1991, 1st shared, +7 =7 -1
    Biel 1992, 1st, +8 =5 -1
    Baden-Baden 1992, 1st, +8 =3
    Dortmund 1993, 1st, +5 =1 -1
    Tilburg, 1993, 1st, +3 -0 =9 [+4 -0 =2]
    Linares 1994, 1st, +9 =4
    Amber 1995, 1st, +13 =6 -3
    Dos Hermanas 1995, 1st shared, +3 =6
    Groningen 1995, 1st, +4 =7
    Vienna 1996, 1st shared, +3 =5 -1

    * * * * * * * *

    Keywords: Karpov, Karpov collects, Iodised salt, Tolya Facts.

    Sister collection: Game Collection: Karpov Tournament Champion - II

    395 games, 1966-1982

  6. Karpov Tournament Champion - II
    Anatoli Karpov won more than 160 tournaments in his career, including 28 out of the 34 tournaments in which he took part from 1975 to 1984. Here are some of his major victories:

    Trinec 66/67, 1st place, +9 =4
    European Ch. Junior 1967/68, 1st, +6 =8
    World Ch. Junior 1969, 1st, +12 =5

    Alekhine Memorial, Moscow 1971, 1st shared, +5 =12 Hastings 1971/72, 1st shared, +8 =6 -1
    San Antonio 1972, 1st shared +8 =6 -1
    Leningrad Interzonal 1973, 1st shared, +10 =7
    Madrid 1973 1st, +7 =8
    Watch out, We're mad 1974

    Portoroz/Ljubljana 1975, 1st, +8 =7
    Milan 1975, 1st, +4 =16 -1
    Skopje 1976, 1st, +10 =5
    Euwe Memorial, Armsterdam 1976, 1st, +2 =4
    Montilla-Moriles 1976, 1st, +5 =4
    USSR Championship 1976, 1st, +8 =8 -1
    Bad Lauterberg 1977, 1st, +9 =6
    Las Palmas 1977, 1st, +12 =3
    Tilburg 1977, 1st, +5 =6

    Bugojno 1978, 1st shared, +6 =8 -1
    Montreal 1979, 1st shared, +7 =10 -1
    Waddinxveen 1979, 1st, +4 =2
    Tilburg 1979, 1st, +4 =7
    Bad Kissingen 1980, 1st, +3 =3
    Bugojno 1980, 1st, +5 =6
    Amsterdam 1980, 1st, +7 =6 -1
    Tilburg 1980, 1st, +4 =7
    Linares 1981, 1st shared, +5 =6
    Moscow 1981, 1st, +5 =8

    London 1982, 1st shared, +5 =7 -1
    Torino 1982, 1st shared, +2 =8 -1
    Tilburg 1982, 1st, +5 =5 -1
    USSR Championship 1983, 1st, +5 =9 -1
    Hannover 1983, 1st, +8 =6 -1
    Oslo 1984, 1st, +3 =6
    London 1984, 1st, +6 =6 -1

    Amsterdam 1985, 1st, +4 =6
    Brussels 1986, 1st, +7 =4
    Bugojno 1986, 1st, +4 =9 -1
    Amsterdam 1987, 1st shared, +2 =4
    Wijk and Zee 1988, 1st, +6 =6 -1
    Tilburg 1988, 1st, +7 =7
    USSR Championship 1988, 1st shared, +6 =11
    Mazatlan 1988 (I Rapid Chess WC), 1st, +8 =12 -2 Skelleftea 1989 WC, 1st shared, +4 =10
    Reggio Emilia 1990/91, 1st, +3 =9
    Reykjavik 1991, 1st shared, +7 =7 -1
    Biel 1992, 1st, +8 =5 -1
    Baden-Baden 1992, 1st, +8 =3
    Dortmund 1993, 1st, +5 =1 -1
    Tilburg, 1993, 1st, +3 -0 =9 [+4 -0 =2]
    Linares 1994, 1st, +9 =4
    Amber 1995, 1st, +13 =6 -3
    Dos Hermanas 1995, 1st shared, +3 =6
    Groningen 1995, 1st, +4 =7
    Vienna 1996, 1st shared, +3 =5 -1

    * * * * * * * *

    Keywords: Karpov, Karpov collects, Iodised salt, Tolya Facts.

    Sister collection: Game Collection: Karpov Tournament Champion - I

    356 games, 1983-1996

  7. Kasparov's losses with White
    Classical Games. April 1981 onwards
    17 games, 1981-2003

  8. Kramnik's losses with White
    Classical games. June 1993 onwards
    30 games, 1993-2014

  9. Match Adams!
    Michael Adams' Match Record (classical):

    < 1991 English Championship: +2 -1 =5 vs 2621 op.[2665 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Watson (2535)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Speelman (2630)
    +1 -1 =2 [+0 -2 =0] vs. Short (2660) - final

    < 1992 Tilburg KO: +6 -1 =7 vs 2605 op.[2735 performance] >

    +1 -1 =0 [+2 -0 =0] vs Beliavsky (2595)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Kiril Georgiev (2610)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Kovalev (2580)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Sveshnikov (2525)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Smirin (2555)
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Gelfand (2685) - final

    < 1993 Wijk aan Zee KO: +0 -1 =1 vs. 2565 op.[2374 performance] >

    +0 -1 =1 vs. Hodgson (2565)

    < 1993 Tilburg KO: +1 -2 =1 vs 2555 op.[2466 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Miles (2565)
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Morozevich (2545)

    < Exhibition Match, Oslo, 1994: +2 -2 =0 vs 2595 op.[2595 performance] >

    +2 -2 =0 vs. Agdestein (2595)

    < 1994 FIDE Candidates: +1 -3 =3 vs 2630 op.[2596 performance] >

    +1 -3 =4 vs. Gelfand (2685) - Linares, quarterfinal

    < 1994 PCA Candidates: +3 -7 =5 vs 2672 op.[2577 performance] >

    +3 -3 =2 [+1 -0 =5] vs. Tiviakov (2630) - NY
    +0 -4 =3 vs. Anand (2720) - Wijk aan Zee, semifinal

    < Exhibition Match, Santiago, 1997: +3 -3 =0 vs 2595 op.[2771 performance] >

    +3 -0 =3 vs. Morovic (2580)

    < 1997 FIDE KO, Groningen: +4 -1 =9 vs 2674 op.[2750 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Giorgadze (2625)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Tiviakov (2590)
    +0 -0 =2 [+3 -1 =0] vs. Svidler (2660)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. van Wely (2655)
    +1 -1 =0 [+1 -0 =4] vs. Short (2660)
    +0 -0 =4 [+0 -1 =4] vs. Anand (2765) - final

    < Exhibition Match, London, 1998: +4 -0 =2 vs 2485 op.[2765 performance] >

    +4 -0 =2 vs. Rowson (2485)

    < Exhibition Match, Bermuda, 1999: +2 -2 =6 vs. 2643 op.[2643 performance] >

    +2 -2 =6 vs. Seirawan (2643)

    < 1999 FIDE WCh KO, Las Vegas: +3 -2 =6 vs 2663 op.[2694 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Kobalia (2573)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Almasi (2663)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =2] vs. Dreev (2679)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =2] vs. Kramnik(2760)
    +0 -2 =1 vs. Akopian (2646) - semifinal

    < Exhibition Match, Bermuda, 2000: +2 -0 =6 vs. 2647 op.[2736 performance] >

    +2 -0 =6 vs. Seirawan (2647)

    < 2000 Redbus KO, Southend: +2 -0 =6 vs. 2527 op.[2615 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. D.King (2514)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Emms (2546)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Rowson (2499)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =2] vs. Lalic (2548) - final

    < 2000 FIDE WCh KO, New Delhi: +1 -1 =10 vs 2683 op.[2683 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Dao Thien Hai (2565)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Yermolinsky (2580)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Svidler (2695)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Topalov (2707)
    +0 -1 =3 vs. Anand (2774) - semifinal

    < 2001 Redbus KO, Southend: +5 -0 =3 vs. 2542 op.[2796 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Ward (2506)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Chandler (2529)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Lalic (2536)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Hodgson (2596) - final

    < 2001 FIDE WCh KO, Moscow: +3 -0 =5 vs 2573 op.[2709 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Sarthou (2361)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Kobalia (2603)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Zvjaginsev (2640)
    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -1 =3] vs. Svidler (2686)

    < 2004 FIDE WCh KO, Tripoli: +9 -2 =9 vs 2529 op.[2726 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Asabri (2277)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Asrian (2605)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Hamdouchi (2544)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Nakamura (2580)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Akopian (2689)
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Radjabov (2670)
    +2 -2 =2 [+0 -1 =1] vs. Kasimdzhanov (2652) - final

    < 2007 FIDE Candidates, Elista: +1 -1 =4 vs 2699 op.[2699 performance] >

    +1 -1 =4 [+0 -2 =1] vs. Shirov (2699)

    < 2007 World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +3 -1 =4 vs 2596 op.[2685 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Zugic (2477)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Zhou Jianchao (2627)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Gurevich (2566)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Carlsen (2714)

    < 2011 World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +1 -0 =3 vs 2608 op.[2xxx performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Paragua (2545)
    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -1 =1] vs. Nielsen (2681)

    <Overall: +57 -27 =96 [+22 -8 =28] vs 2621 opposition: 2679 performance [2740 in tiebreakers]>

    Bonus match: Man-Machine Exhibition, London, 2005:

    +0 -5 =1 vs. Hydra (unrated)

    229 games, 1991-2011

  10. Match Alekhine!
    Alexander Alekhine's Match Record:

    +4 -0 =1 vs. Bardeleben (Dusseldorf, 1908)
    +1 -1 =1 vs. Hans Fahrni (Munich, 1908)?
    +4? -0 =1 vs. Blumenfeld (Moscow, 1908)
    +0 -3 =0 vs. Nenarokov (Moscow, 1908)
    +7 -3 =0 vs. Levitsky (St. Petersburg, 1913)
    +3 -0 =0 vs. Edward Lasker (Paris, 1913)
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Capablanca (St.Petersburg, 1913)
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Nimzowitsch (Russian Ch. playoff, 1914) +2 -1 =0 vs. Evensohn (Kiev, 1916)?
    +3 -0 =1 vs. Rabinovich (Moscow, 1918)???
    +6 -0 =0 vs. Verlinsky (Odessa, 1918)?
    +4 -0 =0 vs. Grigoriev (Moscow, Training, 1919)??? +1 -1 =0 vs. Pavlov-Pianov (Moscow, 1920)
    +2 -0 =5 vs. Grigoriev (Moscow, 1921)
    +1 -1 =2 vs. Bogoljubow (Triberg Secret Match, 1921) +2 -2 =2 vs. Teichmann (Berlin, 1921)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Sämisch (Berlin, 1921)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Bernstein (Paris, 1922)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Aurbach  (Paris, 1922)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Golmayo Torriente (Madrid, 1922)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Muffang (Paris, 1923)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Colle (Scarborough playoff, 1926)
    +3 -2 =5 vs. Euwe (Amsterdam, 1926/7)

    +6 -3 =25 vs. Capablanca (World Match, B.Aires, 1927)

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Jaffe (New York, 1927)?

    +11 -5 =9 vs. Bogoljubow (World Match, GER-NED, 1929)

    +4 -0 =0 vs. Cintron (San Juan, 1933)
    +1 -1 =2 vs. Bernstein (Paris, 1933)

    +8 -3 =15 vs. Bogoljubow (World Match, GER, 1934) +8 -9 =13 vs. Euwe (World Match, NED, 1935)
    +10 -4 =11 vs. Euwe (World Match, NED, 1937)

    +1 -2 =2 vs. Euwe (Hague, 1937)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Esnaola (Vitoria, 1941)
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Bogoljubow (Warsaw, 1943)
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Ardid (Zaragoza, 1944)
    +2 -1 =1 vs. Francisco Lupi (Estoril, 1946)

    Addendum - 'minimatches' from important tournaments:

    St. Petersburg 1914
    +0 -2 =1 vs. Lasker
    +0 -2 =1 vs. Capablanca
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Tarrasch
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Marshall

    New York 1924
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Lasker
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Capablanca
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Marshall
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Réti
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Maróczy
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Bogoljubow
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Tartakower
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Yates
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Edward Lasker
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Janowski

    New York 1927
    +0 -1 =3 vs. Capablanca
    +1 -1 =2 vs. Nimzowitsch
    +0 -0 =4 vs. Vidmar
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Spielmann
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Marshall

    Nottingham 1936 - round robin
    -1 vs. Capablanca, Reshevsky
    =1 vs. Botvinnik, Fine, Lasker, Vidmar, Tylor, Thomas +1 vs. Euwe, Flohr, Bogo, Tartakower, CH Alexander, Winter

    AVRO 1938
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Keres
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Fine
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Botvinnik
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Euwe
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Reshevsky
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Capablanca
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Flohr

    Salzburg 1942?
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Keres
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Felix Schmidt
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Junge
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Bogoljubow
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Stoltz

    <Overall: +133 -60 =145 (60.8%)

    Matches: +103 -45 =102 (61.6%)
    World Matches: +43 -24 =73 (56.8%)

    Notable 'minimatches': +31 -15 =43 (59.0%)
    N.'minimatches'(vs.Tourn.Top 4): +10 -13 =22 (46.7%)>

    225 games, 1908-1946

  11. Match Anand!
    Viswanathan Anand's Match Record (classical):

    +? -? =? vs. Levitt (London Exhibition Match, 1987?)

    < 1991-92 FIDE Candidates: +5 -3 =6 vs 2685 op.[2735 performance] >

    +4 -1 =1 vs. Dreev (2625) Madras
    +1 -2 =5 vs. Karpov (2730) - quarterfinal, Brussels

    < Exhibition Match, Linares, 1992: +3 -1 =4 vs 2720 op.[2809 performance] >

    +3 -1 =4 vs. Ivanchuk (2720)

    < 1992 Tilburg KO: +1 -0 =3 vs 2555 op.[2644 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. van Wely (2525)
    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -2 =0] vs. Tiviakov (2585)

    < 1994-95 FIDE Candidates: +5 -3 =7 vs 2660 op.[2710 performance] >

    +3 -1 =3 vs. Yusupov (2625)
    +2 -2 =4 [+0 -2 =0] vs Kamsky (2695) - semifinal

    < 1994-95 PCA Cycle: +11 -5 =27 vs 2715 op.[2763 performance] >

    +3 -0 =4 vs. Romanishin (2590)
    +4 -0 =3 vs. Adams (2640)
    +3 -1 =7 vs. Kamsky (2710)
    +1 -4 =13 vs. Kasparov (2795)

    < Exhibition Match, Leon, 1997: +3 -0 =3 vs 2635 op.[2826 performance] >

    +3 -0 =3 vs. Illescas-Cordoba (2635)

    < 1997 FIDE KO, Groningen: +6 -0 =8 vs 2665 op.[2824 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Nikolic (2630)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =3] vs. Khalifman (2655)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Almasi (2615)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Shirov (2700)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Gelfand (2695)
    +0 -0 =4 [+1 -0 =4] vs. Adams (2680) - final

    < 1998 FIDE World Championship, Lausanne: +2 -2 =2 vs. 2735 op.[2735 performance] >

    +2 -2 =2 [+0 -2 =0] vs. Karpov (2735)

    < 2000 FIDE World Cup, Shenyang (KOs): +2 -0 =4 vs 2701 op.[2821 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Ivanchuk (2719)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =3] vs. Gelfand (2681)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Bareev (2702) - final

    < 2000 FIDE WCh KO, New Delhi: +7 -0 =9 vs 2686 op.[2848 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Bologan (2651)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Lputian (2610)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Macieja (2565)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =3] vs Khalifman (2658)
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Adams (2754)
    +3 -0 =1 vs. Shirov (2746) - final

    < 2001 FIDE WCh KO, Moscow: +4 -2 =8 vs 2638 op.[2758 performance] >

    +1 -1 =0 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Touzane (2368)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Nielsen (2620)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Tkachiev (2632)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Dreev (2676)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Shirov (2706)
    +0 -1 =3 vs. Ivanchuk (2731) - semifinal

    < 2002 Eurotel Trophy, Prague: +1 -0 =1 vs 2690 op.[2883 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Karpov (2690) - final

    < 2002 World Cup, Hyderabad: +2 -0 =4 vs 2665 op.[2883 performance] > +1 -0 -1 vs. Malakhov (2670)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =3] vs Dreev (2673)
    +1 -0 -1 vs. Kasim (2653)

    < 2004 Dortmund Tournament: +0 -0 =4 vs 2756 op.[2756 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =2] vs. Leko (2741) - semifinal
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Kramnik (2770) - final

    < 2008 FIDE World Championship, Bonn: +3 -1 =7 vs 2772 op.[2836 performance] >

    +3 -1 =7 vs. Kramnik (2772)

    < 2010 FIDE World Championship, Sofia: +3 -2 =7 vs 2805 op.[2834 performance] >

    +3 -2 =7 vs. Topalov (2805)

    <Overall: +56 -19 =100 [+9 -4 =20] vs 2700 opposition: 2774 performance [2717 in tiebreakers]>

    2011+

    Anand - Gelfand World Chess Championship (2012)

    Anand - Carlsen World Championship (2013)

    Carlsen - Anand World Championship (2014)

    217 games, 1987-2010

  12. Match Anderssen!
    Adolf Anderssen's Match Record:

    +5 -5 =0 vs. Harrwitz (Breslau, 1848)

    The London International Tournament, 1851
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Kieseritsky
    +4 -2 =0 vs. Szen
    +4 -1 =0 vs. Staunton
    +4 -2 =1 vs. Wyvill - final

    +2 -7 =2 vs. Morphy (Paris, 1858)
    +4 -3 =2 vs. Kolisch (London, 1861)
    +3 -3 =2 vs. Paulsen (London, 1862)
    +3 -3 =2 vs. Suhle (Berlin, 1864)
    +6 -8 =0 vs. Steinitz (London, 1866)
    +8 -3 =1 vs. Zukertort (Berlin, 1868)

    Baden-Baden 1870 'minimatches':
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Steinitz
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Neumann
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Blackburne
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Paulsen
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Winaver
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Rosenthal
    [Anderssen played only one game vs.De Vere(1/2) and vs.Minckwitz (1-0)]

    +2 -5 =0 vs. Zukertort (Berlin, 1871)

    Vienna 1873, 'minimatches':
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Steinitz
    +1 -2 =0 vs. Blackburne
    +2 -1 =0 vs. Bird
    +2 -1 =0 vs. Rosenthal
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Paulsen
    +2 -1 =0 vs. Heral
    +1 -1 =1 vs. Fleissig
    +1 -0 =2 vs. Meitner
    +2 -1 =0 vs. Schwarz
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Gelbfuhs
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Pitschel

    +4 -5 =1 vs. Paulsen (Leipzig, 1876)
    +3 -5 =1 vs. Paulsen (Leipzig, 1877)

    Paris 1878, minimatches:
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Winaver
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Zukertort
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Blackburne
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Mackenzie
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Bird
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Rosenthal
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Clerc
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Mason
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Gifford
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Pitschel
    [Anderssen played only one game against Englisch (0-1)]

    <Overall: +88 -71 =21 (54.7%) // +52 -52 =12 (50%) in matches // +36 -19 =9 (63%) in minimatches>

    Reference: "Master of Attack - The Chess Games of Adolph Anderssen"

    176 games, 1848-1878

  13. Match Aronian!
    Levon Aronian Individual Matches Record (classical):

    < 1999 FIDE WCh KO, Las Vegas: +2 -1 =1 vs 2618 op.[2707 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Rosentalis (2586)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Timman (2650)

    < 2001 Young Masters KO, Lausanne: +3 -1 =4 vs 2568 op.[2657 performance] >

    +1 -0 =1 vs. Jenni (2471)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -1 =0] vs. Bacrot (2627)
    +1 -1 =0 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Harikrishna (2504)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Ponomariov (2671) - final

    < 2004 FIDE WCh KO, Tripoli: +2 -0 =4 vs 2567 op.[2687 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Carlsen (2552)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Guseinov (2548)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -2 =2] vs. Smirnov (2601)

    < 2005 FIDE World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +7 -0 =7 vs 2618 op.[2809 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Frhat (2306)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Sadvakasov (2612)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Areshchenko (2653)
    +0 -0 =2 [+1 -0 =1] vs. Vallejo-Pons (2674)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Gurevich (2652)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Bacrot (2725)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Ponomariov (2704) - final

    < 2007 FIDE Candidates, Elista: +3 -2 =7 vs 2696 op.[2725 performance] >

    +2 -2 =2 [+3 -1 =2] vs. Carlsen (2693)
    +1 -0 =5 vs. Shirov (2699)

    < 2007 World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +3 -0 =5 vs 2604 op.[2741 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Hobaica (2427)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Gustafsson (2606)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Inarkiev (2674)
    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -1 =1] vs. Jakovenko (2710) - quarterfinal

    < 2011 FIDE Candidates, Kazan: +0 -0 =4 vs 2747 op.[2747 performance] >

    +0 -0 =4 [+1 -2 =1] vs. Grischuk (2747)

    < 2012 Zurich Challenge: +1 -1 =3 vs 2801 op. [2801 performance]

    +1 -1 =4 [+1 -0 =0] vs. Kramnik (2801)

    <Overall: +20 -4 =32 [+15 -7 =8] vs 2629 opposition: 2732 performance [2751 in tiebreakers]>

    93 games, 1999-2012

  14. Match Botvinnik!
    Mikhail Botvinnik's Match Record:

    +0 -1 =1 vs. Yordansky Moscow-Leningrad, 1926)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Stoltz (Stockholm-Leningrad, 1926)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Grigoriev (Leningrad-Moscow, 1927)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Panchenko (Leningrad-Moscow, 1927)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Nikolaev (Leningrad-Rostov - univ.1929) +1 -0 =1 vs. Kan (Leningrad-Moscow - mwk, 1930)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Kan (Leningrad-Moscow, 1930)
    +2 -2 =8 vs. Flohr (1933)
    +5 -5 =3 vs. Levenfish Match (USSR Match,1937)

    A.V.R.O. 1938 'minimatches'
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Keres
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Fine
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Euwe
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Reshevsky
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Alekhine
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Capablanca
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Flohr

    USSR Absolute Ch.'minimatches' (Moscow, 1941)
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Keres
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Smyslov
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Boleslavsky
    +2 -1 =1 vs. Lilienthal
    +2 -1 =1 vs. Bondarevsky

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Denker (USA-USSR Radio m, 1945)
    +1 -1 =0 vs. CH Alexander (ENG-USSR Radio m, 1946) +1 -0 =1 vs. Reshevsky (USSR-USA, Moscow, 1946)

    World Championship 'minimatches' 1948
    +1 -0 =4 vs. Smyslov
    +4 -1 =0 vs. Keres
    +3 -1 =1 vs. Reshevsky
    +2 -0 =3 vs. Euwe

    +5 -5 =14 vs. Bronstein (World Match, Moscow, 1951) +2 -1 =3 vs. Taimanov (USSR Ch, Moscow, 1952)
    +7 -7 =10 vs. Smyslov (World Match, Moscow, 1954) +0 -1 =3 vs. Reshevsky (USSR-USA, Moscow, 1955)
    +3 -6 =13 vs. Smyslov (World Match, Moscow, 1957) +7 -5 =11 vs. Smyslov (World Match, Moscow, 1958) +0 -1 =1 vs. Korchnoi (Moscow-Leningrad, 1960)
    +2 -6 =13 vs. Tal (World Match, Moscow, 1960)
    +10 -5 =6 vs. Tal (World Match, Moscow, 1961)
    +2 -5 =15 vs. Petrosian (World Match, Moscow, 1963)

    European Team Ch, Hamburg 1965 - 'minimatches":
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Schmid
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Gligoric
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Szabo
    Botvinnik won single games vs Ciocaltea and Langeweg

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Tolush (Moscow-Leningrad, 1965)

    Leiden, 1970 'minimatches'
    +0 -0 =4 vs. Spassky
    +0 -0 =4 vs. Donner
    +1 -2 =1 vs. Larsen

    +1 -0 =3 vs. Matulovic (USSR-World, Belgrade, 1970)

    <Overall: +82 -62 =148 (53.4%) World Championships: +46 -41 =90 (51.4%)>

    PS: Botvinnik's secret matches were not included in this collection. Please refer to "Secret Matches: The Unknown Training Games of Mikhail Botvinnik", edited by Hannon Russell, with annotations by Jan Timman. 97 games have survived, with the following totals:

    +7 -3 =6 vs. Averbakh (plus 3 unfinished games)
    +2 -2 =0 vs. Balashov
    +0 -1 =0 vs. Flohr
    +4 -1 =3 vs. Furman (plus unfinished games)
    +0 -3 =0 vs. Kaminer
    +12 -1 =10 vs. Kan (+ 4 unfinished games)
    +0 -2 =1 vs. Rabinovich
    +10 -4 =9 vs. Ragozin (plus 1 unfinished game)
    +2 -1 =1 vs. Smyslov

    287 games, 1926-1970

  15. Match Bronstein!
    GM David Bronstein's Match Record (1945 onwards):

    +2-0=0 vs Santasiere (USSR-USA Radiomatch, 1945) +1-0=1 vs ?? (Bratislava-Moscow, 1946)
    +2-0=0 vs ?? (Brrno-Moscow, 1946)
    +1-1=0 vs ?? (Zlin-Moscow, 1946)
    +1-1=0 vs Katetov (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +2-0=0 vs Pachman (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +1-0=1 vs Opocensky (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +2-0=0 vs Sajtar (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +2-0=0 vs Kottnauer (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +2-0=0 vs Zita (Prague-Moscow, 1946)
    +1-1=0 vs Winter (USSR-GBR Radiomatch, 1946)
    +1-1=0 vs Ulvestad (USSR-USA, 1946)
    +1-0=3 vs Ravinsky (Moscow Ch. Playoff, 1947)
    +1-2=1 vs Simagin (Moscow Ch. Playoff, 1947)
    +2-0=0 vs Abrahams (GBR-USSR, 1947)
    +0-0=2 vs Benko (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +1-0=1 vs Barcza (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +0-0=2 vs Gereben (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +1-1=0 vs Florian (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +2-0=0 vs Szily (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +1-0=1 vs Szabo (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)
    +1-0=1 vs Tipary (Budapest-Moscow, 1949)

    +3-2=9 vs Boleslavsky (Candidates Final, 1950)
    +5-5=10 vs Botvinnik (World Match, Moscow, 1951) +2-0=2 vs Furman (Moscow, 1953)
    +0-1=3 vs Kholmov (Moscow, 1953)
    +2-1=1 vs Najdorf (ARG-USSR, 1954)
    +2-0=0 vs Bernstein (FRA-USSR, 1954)
    +3-0=0 vs Denker (USA-USSR, 1954)
    +2-0=0 vs Golombek (GBR-USSR, 1954)
    +0-1=1 vs Lundin (SWE-USSR, 1954)
    +2-0=0 vs Arlamowski (POL-USSR, 1955)
    +1-0=1 vs Benko (HUN-USSR, 1955)
    +1-0=1 vs Bilek (HUN-USSR, 1955)
    +1-1=0 vs Szabo (HUN-USSR, 1955)
    +1-0=3 vs Evans (USSR-USA, 1955)
    +0-0=2 vs Korchnoi (Moscow-Leningrad, 1958)
    +0-0=2 vs Korchnoi (Leningrad-Moscow, 1959)
    +0-2=2 vs Fuderer (USSR-YUG, 1959)
    +0-0=2 vs Veresov (Moscow-Belarus, 1959)

    +1-0=1 vs Tolush (Moscow-Leningrad, 1961)
    +2-1=3 vs Shamkovich (Moscow Ch. Playoff, 1961)
    +1-0=1 vs Korchnoi (Leningrad-Moscow, 1962)
    +1-0=1 vs Furman (Moscow-Leningrad, 1965)
    +1-1=0 vs Furman (Leningrad-Moscow, 1967)
    +0-0=2 vs Hort (Moscow-Prague, 1968)
    +1-0=3 vs Ivkov (YUG-USSR, 1968)
    +0-0=2 vs Ciocaltea (Moscow-Bucharest, 1969)
    +3-1=2 vs Korchnoi (Training Match, 1970)
    +0-1=1 vs Tal (3Teams, Moscow, 1973)
    +2-1=0 vs Kozlov (USSR Team Cup, 1974)
    +1-0=1 vs Machulsky (USSR Team Cup, 1974)
    +2-0=1 vs Vaisman (USSR Team Cup, 1974)
    +0-0=2 vs Spassky (T. Match Tournament, 1981)
    +0-0=2 vs Tseshkovsky (T. Match Tournament, 1981) +1-0=1 vs Yusupov (T. Match Tournament, 1981)
    +0-1=1 vs Vaganian (Tilburg KO, 1993)

    <Overall: +69 -26 =76 (62.6%) | World Championships & Candidates: +8 -7 =19 (51.5%)>

    Addendum: computer challenges?

    143 games, 1945-1993

  16. Match Capablanca!
    Jose Capablanca's Match Record:

    +4 -3(2) =6(5) vs. Corzo (Havana, 1901)*
    +8 -1 =14 vs. Marshall (New .York, 1909)
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Jaffe (New York State Finals, 1910) +2 -0 =0 vs. Alekhine (St.Petersburg, 1913)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Aurbach (Paris, 1914)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Tartakower (Vienna, 1914)

    St. Petersburg 'minimatches', 1914:
    +0 -1 =2 vs. Lasker
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Alekhine
    +1 -1 =1 vs. Tarrasch
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Marshall

    +5 -0 =0 vs. Kostic (Havana, 1919)
    +4 -0 =10 vs. Lasker (World Match, Havana, 1921)

    New York Tournament 'minimatches', 1927:
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Alekhine
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Nimzowitsch
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Vidmar
    +1 -0 =3 vs. Spielmann
    +3 -0 =1 vs. Marshall

    +3 -6 =25 vs. Alekhine (World Match, B.Aires, 1927) +2 -0 =8 vs. Euwe (Amsterdam, 1931)

    Later Games vs Alekhine:
    +1 -1 =1 (Game Collection: Nottingham 1936 and Game Collection: AVRO 1938)

    <Overall: +47 -13* =83 (61.9%) // +7 -6 =35 (51.0%) in World Matches>

    Addendum: Capablancas 'apochryphal' matches:

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Villegas (B.Aires, 1911)
    +3 -0 =0 vs. Illa (B.Aires, 1911)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Anaya (Montevideo, 1911)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Berasain (Montevideo, 1911)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Aurbach (Paris, 1913)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Mieses (Berlin, 1913)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Teichmann (Berlin, 1913)
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Znosko Borovsky (St.Petersburg, 1913) +2 -0 =0 vs. Duz Khotimirsky (St.Petersburg, 1913) +1 -0 =1 vs. Bernstein (Moscow, 1914)

    Source: http://www.thechesslibrary.com/arti... - needs confirmation.

    Addendum 2: childhood challenges

    Before his long match with Juan Corzo, Capablanca played 10 quick minimatches against players of Cuba. Clocks were used and Capablanca's average rate of play was 140 moves an hour (53 for his opponents), his score being +13 -3 =2.

    +2-0=0 vs Delmonte
    +2-0=0 vs Paredes
    +1-1=0 vs E.Corzo
    +1-0=1 vs Fiol
    +0-2=0 vs J.Corzo
    +2-0=0 vs Gavilan
    +1-0=0 vs Ettlinger
    +1-0=0 vs Marceau
    +1-0=1 vs Sterling
    +2-0=0 vs Blanco

    (*) Capablanca does not acknowledge Corzo's last two games in "My Chess Career"

    (*) it is also of note Capablanca's moving rate in this match: 88 moves an hour (Corzo: 52/hour). So, those were semi-rapid games by nowadays standards.

    143 games, 1901-1938

  17. Match Carlsen!
    Magnus Carlsen's Match Record (classical):

    < 2004 FIDE WCh KO, Tripoli: +0 -0 =2 vs 2671 op.[2671 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -1 =1] vs. Aronian (2671)

    < Norwegian Championship Playoff, 2004, Oslo: +0 -0 =2 vs 2482 op.[2482 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 vs. Østenstad (2482) - final

    < 2004 Young Masters KO, Lausanne: +2 -1 =3 vs 2492 op.[2550 performance] >

    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -1 =1] vs. Alekseev (2606)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Papa (2397)
    +1 -1 =0 [+2 -0 =2] vs Lahno (2472)

    < 2005 Young Masters KO, Lausanne: +2 -1 =3 vs 2531 op.[2589 performance] >

    +0 -1 =1 vs. Harikrishna (2645)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Paehtz (2421)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Vachier-Lagrave (2527)

    < 2005 FIDE World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +5 -3 =6 vs 2652 op.[2702 performance] >

    +1 -1 =0 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Azmaiparashvili (2658)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Amonatov (2572)
    +1 -1 =0 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Cheparinov (2618)
    +0 -0 =2 [+0 -2 =2] vs. Bareev (2675)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Lautier (2679)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -1 =1] vs. Malakhov (2670)
    +1 -1 =0 [+0 -2 =0] vs. Kamsky (2690) - 9/10th place

    < Exhibition Match, Schagen, 2006: +1 -1 =2 vs 2655 op.[2655 performance] >

    +1 -1 =2 [+3 -0 =1] vs. van Wely (2655)

    < 2007 FIDE Candidates, Elista: +2 -2 =2 vs 2759 op.[2759 performance] >

    +2 -2 =2 [+1 -3 =2] vs. Aronian (2759)

    < 2007 FIDE World Cup, Khanty-Mansiysk: +5 -1 =6 vs 2660 op.[2780 performance] >

    +2 -0 =0 vs. Zhao Zong (2491)
    +0 -0 =2 [+2 -0 =0] vs. Naidtisch (2639)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Dominguez (2714)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Adams (2729)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Cheparinov (2670)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Kamsky (2745)

    <Overall: +17 -9 =26 [+16 -10 =10] vs 2628 opposition: 2682 performance [2699 in tiebreakers]>

    Anand - Carlsen World Championship (2013)

    Carlsen - Anand World Championship (2014)

    Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016)

    84 games, 2004-2007

  18. Match Chigorin!
    Under Construction

    +7 -3 =0 vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1878)
    +6 -7 =1 vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1878)
    +7 -4 =2 vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1879)
    +6 (7/8) vs von Schmidt (St. Petersburg, 1879)
    +2 (4/6) vs von Schmidt (St. Petersburg, 1879)
    +3 -0 =1 vs von Schmidt (St. Petersburg, 1879)
    +1?? vs Alapin (Best Russian Players Playoff, 1879) = (3/6) vs von Schmidt (St. Petersburg, 1879)
    +6 (8.5/11) vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1880)
    +4 (7/10) vs Alapin (St. Petersburg, 1880)
    ?? vs Alapin (St. Petersburg, 1881)?
    +5 -4 =1 vs de Riviere Match (Paris, 1883)
    +1 -1 =0 vs Solovtsov (Moscow, 1884)

    +10 -6 =1 vs Steinitz ("World Match", Havana, 1889) +0 -0 =4 vs Weiss (USA VI Congress Playoff, 1899) +9 -9 =5 vs Gunsberg (Havana Match, 1890)
    +10 -8 =5 vs Steinitz (World Match, Havana, 1892)

    +3 -0 =0 vs Ascharin (Riga, 1892)
    +4 -0 =0 vs Solovtsov (Moscow, 1892)
    +9 -9 =4 vs Tarrasch (St. Petersburg, 1893)
    +4 (8.5/13) vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1895)
    +3 -1 =0 vs Charousek (Budapest Playoff, 1896)
    +7 -1 =6 vs Schiffers (St. Petersburg, 1897)

    * * * /// * * * /// * * * /// * * * /// * * *

    Bonus Tracks:

    +2 -0 =0 vs Steinitz (CC Cable Match, 1890)
    +2 -1 =3 vs Lasker (Thematical Match, Brighton, 1903)

    181 games, 1878-1903

  19. Match Euwe (International)!
    During his career, Max Euwe played a great number of matches -- many of them, long matches. I have included in this collection only those against foreigner players -- plus the 'minimatches' from three very important tournaments (AVRO, FIDE World Ch. 1948 and Zurich Candidates). The other matches are listed at the very end (has he ever lost to a fellow Dutch?), but these games were not included here because of the 400 games/collection limit.

    Max Euwe's International Matches:

    +1 -3 =0 vs. Réti (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +2 -2 =8 vs. Maróczy (Bad Aussee, 1921)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Post (GER-NED Berlin, 1922)
    +5 -3 =0 vs. Colle (Zutphen, 1924)
    +2 -3 =7 vs. Alekhine (Amsterdam, 1926-27)
    +5 -0 =1 vs. Colle (Amsterdam, 1928)
    +2 -3 =5 vs. Bogoljubow (NED 1928)
    +1 -1 =0? vs. Van Nuss (Rhineland/Westphalia-NED) +1 -0 =2 vs. Colle (Amsterdam, 1928)
    +1 -2 =7 vs. Bogoljubow (NED 1928-29)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Engel (NED-Rhineland/Westphalia, 1929) +3 -1 =2 vs. Landau (Amsterdam, 1931)
    +0 -2 =8 vs. Capablanca (Amsterdam, 1931)
    +2 -0 =2 vs. Spielmann (Amsterdam, 1932)
    +3 -3 =10 vs. Flohr (Amsterdam/Karlsbad, 1932)
    +2 -4 =4 vs. Spielmann (training, 1935)
    +9 -8 =13 vs. Alekhine (World Ch. NLD, 1935)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Winter (NED-ENG, Amsterdam, 1937)
    +4 -10 =11 vs. Alekhine (World Ch. NED, 1937)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Fairhurst (ENG-NED, London, 1938)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Conel Alexander (ENG-NED, 1939)
    +5 -0 =5 vs. Landau (NED, 1939)
    +5 -6 =3 vs. Keres (NED, 1939/40)
    +5 -2 =3 vs. Bogoljubow (Karlsbad, 1941)
    +5 -0 =1 vs. Grob (Zurich, 1947)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Broadbent (ENG-NED London, 1948)
    +2 -2 =6 vs. Pirc (Bled, 1949)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Trifunovic (YUG-NED Belgrade, 1949) +0 -1 =1 vs. Szabo (HUN-NED Budapest, 1949)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Foltys (CZE-NED Prague 1949)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Conel Alexander (NED-ENG Utrecht 1949) +1 -0 =1 vs. Dunkelblum (BEL-NED 1950)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Gligoric (NED-YUG 1950)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Unzicker (FRG-NED, Düsseldorf 1951) +0 -0 =2 vs. Unzicker (NED-FRG, Utrecht 1954)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Filip (NED-CSR, 1955)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Unzicker (NED-FRG, Dortmund 1957)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Fischer (New York, 1957)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Toran Alberto (NED-SPA 1958)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Penrose (NED-ENG 1958)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Penrose (GBR-NED 1959)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Keene (Anglo-Dutch 1973)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Sosonko (Hilversum, 1975)

    *** /// *** /// *** /// ***

    Notable Tournaments - 'minimatches'

    A.V.R.O. 1938
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Keres
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Fine
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Botvinnik
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Alekhine
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Reshevsky
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Capablanca
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Flohr

    FIDE World Championship 1948
    +0 -3 =2 vs. Botvinnik
    +1 -4 =0 vs. Smyslov
    +0 -3 =2 vs. Reshevsky
    +0 -4 =1 vs. Keres

    Zurich Candidates 1953
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Smyslov
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Bronstein
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Reshevsky
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Keres
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Petrosian
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Najdorf
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Geller
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Kotov
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Taimanov
    +0 -2 =0 vs. Averbakh
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Boleslavsky
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Szabo
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Gligoric
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Stahlberg

    *** /// *** /// *** /// ***

    Euwe's matches against fellow Nederlanders:

    +4 -4 =2 vs. Kroone (Amsterdam, 1919)
    +2 -1 =2 vs. Kroone (Amsterdam, 1919)
    +4(5) -1 =1(0) vs. Oskam (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +4 -1 =0 vs. Wiersma (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +3 -3 =4 vs. Marchand (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +4 -1 =0 vs. Keemink (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +5(6) -2 =1 vs. Olland (Amsterdam, 1920)
    +4 -0 =1 vs. Speijer (Amsterdam, 1921)
    +3 -1 =1 vs. Baay (Amsterdam, 1921)
    +5 -2 =3 vs. Olland (Amsterdam, 1921)
    +3 -1 =0 vs. Kroone (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +3 -0 =1 vs. Spaans (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +3 -0 =1 vs. Speijer (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +2 -0 =1 vs. Straat (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +4 -0 =1 vs. Von Hartingsvelt (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +3 -0 =0 vs. Lohr (Amsterdam, 1923)
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Schelfhout(Amsterdam, 1923)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Weenink(Amsterdam, 1923)
    +5 -1 =3 vs. Jacques Davidson (Amsterdam, 1924)
    +3 -1(0) =2 vs. Jacques Davidson (Amsterdam, 1926) +2 -0 =1 vs. Jacques Davidson (Amsterdam, 1927)
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Schelfhout (Amsterdam, 1927)
    +3 -0 =3 vs. Noteboom (Amsterdam, 1931)
    +6 -0 =0 vs. van den Bosch (Amsterdam, 1934)
    +3 -1 =4 vs. Kramer (Leeuwarden, 1940)
    +6 -0 =2 vs. Kramer (NED, 1941)
    +6 -0 =4 vs. van den Hoek (The Hague, 1942)
    +3 -0 =5 vs. van Scheltinga (Amsterdam, 1948)
    +1 -0 =3? vs. Donner (The Hague, 1950)
    +4 -0 =6? vs. Donner (The Hague, 1956)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Hans Ree (Old-Jrs, Amsterdam 1973)

    Corrections welcome.

    289 games, 1920-1975

  20. Match Fine!
    Reuben Fine's Match Record:

    +4 -3 =3 vs. Steiner (New York, 1932)
    +4 -1 =4 vs. Horowitz (New York, 1934)
    +4 -2 =2 vs. Stahlberg (Goteborg, 1937)
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Emil Jonsson (Stockholm, 1937)?

    AVRO 1938 'minimatches'
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Keres
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Botvinnik
    +2 -0 =0 vs. Alekhine
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Euwe
    +1 -1 =0 vs. Reshevsky
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Capablanca
    +1 -0 =1 vs. Flohr

    +3 -0 =1 vs. Steiner (New York, Training, 1944)
    +0 -1 =1 vs. Boleslavsky (USA-USSR Radiomatch, 1945) +0 -1 =1 vs. Keres (USSR-USA, Moscow, 1946)
    +2 -2 =4 vs. Najdorf (United States, 1949)
    +0 -0 =2 vs. Pirc (YUG-USA Radiomatch, 1950)

    <Overall:+23 -12 =24 (59.3%)>

    45 games, 1932-1949

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