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Evgeny Bareev
Number of games in database: 1,332
Years covered: 1981 to 2016
Last FIDE rating: 2666 (2664 rapid, 2678 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2739

Overall record: +362 -212 =490 (57.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 268 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
 Nimzo Indian (112) 
    E32 E34 E38 E39 E37
 Slav (71) 
    D11 D12 D15 D10 D17
 King's Indian (69) 
    E73 E97 E71 E60 E94
 Semi-Slav (54) 
    D47 D43 D45 D49 D46
 Grunfeld (45) 
    D97 D80 D92 D81 D85
 Queen's Gambit Declined (44) 
    D35 D31 D37 D30 D36
With the Black pieces:
 French Defense (202) 
    C11 C07 C02 C10 C00
 Slav (127) 
    D17 D19 D15 D12 D10
 French (117) 
    C11 C10 C00 C13
 Caro-Kann (115) 
    B12 B18 B19 B13 B11
 Semi-Slav (47) 
    D47 D45 D43 D49 D44
 French Tarrasch (41) 
    C07 C09 C08 C05
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Topalov vs Bareev, 1994 0-1
   A Lastin vs Bareev, 2004 0-1
   Carlsen vs Bareev, 2005 0-1
   Bareev vs Piket, 2000 1-0
   M Gluzman vs Bareev, 2001 0-1
   Karpov vs Bareev, 1992 0-1
   Bareev vs Kupreichik, 1990 1-0
   Bareev vs G Timoshchenko, 1986 1-0
   Kramnik vs Bareev, 2005 0-1
   Bareev vs Topalov, 2002 1-0

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: [what is this?]
   FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2001)

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Enghien-les-Bains (2003)
   Capablanca Memorial (2006)
   World Team Championship (2005)
   58th Russian Championship Semifinals (2005)
   Corsica Masters (2007)
   Linares (1994)
   Moscow Open (2010)
   Russian Championship Superfinal (2005)
   Millionaire Chess (2015)
   Wijk aan Zee (2003)
   Corus (2004)
   European Club Cup (2009)
   FIDE World Cup (2005)
   World Chess Cup (2007)
   37th Chess Olympiad (2006)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Hastings 1992/93 by suenteus po 147
   Biel 1991 by suenteus po 147
   USSR Championship 1990 by suenteus po 147
   Linares 1992 by suenteus po 147
   Wijk aan Zee Corus 2002 by suenteus po 147
   Linares 1994 by suenteus po 147
   Cannes World Cup Rapid 2001 by KingG
   Sarajevo 2000 by suenteus po 147
   Munich 1994 by suenteus po 147
   Munich 1993 by suenteus po 147

   Caruana vs Bareev (Sep-13-16) 1-0
   Shirov vs Bareev (Sep-12-16) 1-0
   Bareev vs S B Hansen (Sep-11-16) 1/2-1/2
   Bareev vs Le Quang Liem (Sep-10-16) 1/2-1/2
   Eljanov vs Bareev (Sep-09-16) 0-1

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(born Nov-21-1966, 50 years old) Russia (federation/nationality Canada)
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Evgeny Bareev was World Under-16 Champion in 1982 and since then has been a regular representative of Russia at the highest levels of world chess. He tied for first place in the Soviet Championship of 1990. Subsequent tournament successes include back-to-back victories at Hastings (1990-1991), fourth place at Linares 1994, joint second at Sarajevo 1999, clear first at Wijk aan Zee 2002 and third the following year. He reached the quarterfinals in the FIDE World Championships in 1999 and 2001, and was a semifinalist in the Candidates for the classical world championship at Dortmund 2002. He has previously been ranked as high as fourth (January 2003 and July 1991). Bareev is also a FIDE Senior Trainer.

Bareev now lives in Toronto, Canada. In September 2015 he officially changed federations from Russia to Canada, thereby becoming Canada's #1 player and scoring +4-3=3 at the Chess Olympiad (2016).

Wikipedia article: Evgeny Bareev

Last updated: 2016-09-14 16:18:22

 page 1 of 54; games 1-25 of 1,332  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. V Vepkhvishvili vs Bareev  1-023 1981 Ch SU \\C01 French, Exchange
2. Bareev vs Short ½-½35 1983 BelfortE32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
3. Psakhis vs Bareev 0-139 1985 Kharkov URS sfA57 Benko Gambit
4. Bareev vs G Kuzmin  0-142 1985 ?D35 Queen's Gambit Declined
5. Chekhov vs Bareev  1-064 1985 URS-ch FL53A15 English
6. Bareev vs M Golubev  1-041 1985 Klaipeda jr SU-qualE75 King's Indian, Averbakh, Main line
7. Blatny vs Bareev  0-126 1986 GausdalC29 Vienna Gambit
8. Gavrikov vs Bareev  1-042 1986 URS-ch53C42 Petrov Defense
9. Psakhis vs Bareev  ½-½14 1986 URS-FL IrkutskD19 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
10. Bareev vs Yudasin  1-078 1986 URS-ch53E00 Queen's Pawn Game
11. Tseshkovsky vs Bareev  1-030 1986 URS-ch53C43 Petrov, Modern Attack
12. Romanishin vs Bareev  ½-½41 1986 URS-FL IrkutskA10 English
13. Beliavsky vs Bareev 0-127 1986 USSR ChampionshipD17 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
14. Y Yakovich vs Bareev  ½-½28 1986 URS-ch53C07 French, Tarrasch
15. Azmaiparashvili vs Bareev  ½-½23 1986 TallinnA90 Dutch
16. Granda Zuniga vs Bareev  ½-½28 1986 GausdalA07 King's Indian Attack
17. Bareev vs Y Yakovich 1-018 1986 ?D24 Queen's Gambit Accepted
18. Y Kruppa vs Bareev  0-140 1986 URS-ch FL54C09 French, Tarrasch, Open Variation, Main line
19. Bareev vs M Gurevich  1-057 1986 URS-ch53E60 King's Indian Defense
20. Bareev vs Balashov  ½-½24 1986 URS-FL IrkutskD97 Grunfeld, Russian
21. Lputian vs Bareev  0-140 1986 USSR ChA04 Reti Opening
22. G Timoshchenko vs Bareev 0-120 1986 URS-ch FL54A81 Dutch
23. Bareev vs Dvoirys 1-046 1986 URS-ch53D80 Grunfeld
24. Bareev vs Azmaiparashvili 0-187 1986 14 Kiev URS chA42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
25. Bareev vs S Smagin 1-030 1986 URS-ch53D43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
 page 1 of 54; games 1-25 of 1,332  PGN Download
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  Penguincw: Happy 47th birthday to Russian GM Evgeny Bareev!
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  TheFocus: <When you play against Kasparov, the pieces start to go differently> - Evgeny Bareev
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  PhilFeeley: Now living and playing in Canada, it seems. I wonder why.

Sep-18-15  Everett: Playing through this guy's games always makes me feel sad, as if I lost somebody close to me.
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  alexmagnus: Now actually playing <for> Canada!
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  LucB: <Now actually playing <for> Canada!>

Nice snag. A 2650+ is always a good thing!

Oct-11-15  Conrad93: The strongest player over 45 in the world.
Oct-11-15  Conrad93: Bareev is doing extremely well at the Millionaire Chess Open. He could potentially reach 2700 again, or at least come very close.
Oct-12-15  sonia91: <Conrad93: The strongest player over 45 in the world.> Actually Nigel Short (born in 1965) is the highest rated over-45 player in the world.
Oct-12-15  Conrad93: <Actually Nigel Short (born in 1965) is the highest rated over-45 player in the world.>

The last time Short was able to beat Bareev was in 1996.

In fact, Short only has two wins against Bareev out of 18 games in the database.

The score is 5-2 in his favor.

Oct-12-15  Conrad93: Their ratings are only a few points apart, but I do think Bareev is stronger.
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  LucB: <Conrad93> Gelfand is over 45 and certainly stronger than Bareev, no?
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  LucB: Oh, and I forgot Ivanchuk!
Oct-14-15  sonia91: <LucB> You are right, I don't know how I could forget them!
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  alexmagnus: Gelfand? Ivanchuk? You forgot <Anand> himself, who is 45 (if there were some prizes for players Over45, 45-year-olds would count!)
Oct-17-15  Conrad93: <Gelfand? Ivanchuk? You forgot <Anand> himself, who is 45 (if there were some prizes for players Over45, 45-year-olds would count!)>

I said <over> 45. Anand is 45.

I forgot Ivanchuk and Gelfand. Okay, third strongest.

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  Caissanist: Anybody know why Bareev moved to Toronto? I've never heard of that city being a particular hotbed of chess activity.
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  PhilFeeley: Perhaps he knows people there and went to coach. Toronto may not be a hotbed but it does have some good players.
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  eternaloptimist: Happy birthday to GM Bareev! Next year we can say nifty nifty Bareev is 50! 😃 <Phil> That is interesting that he moved to Toronto. Your guess as to why he moved there might be correct
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  PhilFeeley: I wonder if he will play for Canada's Olympiad team. That would be great. He can replace Mark Bluvshtein.
Jan-21-16  dumbgai: Was surprised to learn that Bareev now plays for Canada. If he plays, the team will have a very strong experienced GM. If not, he can still be an excellent coach for team.
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  posoo: DIS MAN is a smiling GLOMUVULIN and shood be treated as such!
Nov-21-16  Ironmanth: Many happy returns of the day, Grandmaster. Welcome to the special club of chess players over the age of 50! Have appreciated your contributions, energy, and results over the years. Be well, Evgeny.
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  TheFocus: Happy birthday, Evgeny bareev.
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  LucB: Happy Birthday to Canada's strongest player! Fifty years young!
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