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Gabriel Schwartzman
  
Number of games in database: 64
Years covered: 1988 to 1997
Last FIDE rating: 2533

Overall record: +21 -20 =23 (50.8%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 English (9) 
    A10 A16 A14 A18 A12
 English, 1 c4 e5 (6) 
    A21 A29 A28
 English, 1 c4 c5 (5) 
    A30 A37
With the Black pieces:
 Slav (12) 
    D18 D10 D12 D17 D13
 French Defense (7) 
    C11 C01 C07 C03
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   G Schwartzman vs B K Asanov, 1994 1-0
   G Schwartzman vs P Moulin, 1995 1-0
   G Schwartzman vs D Komarov, 1994 1-0
   G Schwartzman vs Nisipeanu, 1994 1-0
   G Schwartzman vs Leko, 1991 1-0

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GABRIEL SCHWARTZMAN
(born Oct-23-1976, 42 years old) Romania (federation/nationality United States of America)

[what is this?]
Gabriel became a FIDE master at age 12. He was awarded the International Master title at age 15. In 1993, he was awarded the GM title at age 17. At the time, he was the youngest GM in the world.

In 1988, he took 2nd, behind Judit Polgar, in the World Under 12 Championship. In 1994, he moved to the United States. In 1996, he won the US Open at the age of 19 (youngest since Bobby Fischer).

He is currently CEO of Barr Systems.

Wikipedia article: Gabriel Schwartzman


 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 64  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. D B Gurevich vs G Schwartzman  1-0541988St John op-2 ,CBMA92 Dutch
2. F La Rota vs G Schwartzman  1-0401988Saint John op-2C28 Vienna Game
3. C Loeffler vs G Schwartzman  0-1531988HalleinC26 Vienna
4. J Ambroz vs G Schwartzman  ½-½201990Bad Ragaz opA07 King's Indian Attack
5. G Schwartzman vs Hertneck  ½-½431990Bad Woerishofen op 6thA28 English
6. Wojtkiewicz vs G Schwartzman  1-0541990Werfen opA04 Reti Opening
7. G Schwartzman vs Leko 1-0821991Dortmund-DA16 English
8. D Rogozenco vs G Schwartzman  ½-½111992Odorheiu SecuiescC07 French, Tarrasch
9. G Schwartzman vs Svidler  0-1301992Wch U16A21 English
10. G Schwartzman vs Kulaots  1-0311992Wch U16E68 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Classical Variation, 8.e4
11. Razuvaev vs G Schwartzman  1-0671993Dortmund op-AD18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
12. G Schwartzman vs G A Timoshenko  ½-½501993Bucharest ENEA18 English, Mikenas-Carls
13. J P Girard vs G Schwartzman  0-1111993CannesC03 French, Tarrasch
14. Smagin vs G Schwartzman  ½-½791993Dortmund op-AC49 Four Knights
15. R Pogorelov vs G Schwartzman  0-1321993OlotD18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
16. G Schwartzman vs M Gurevich  ½-½361993Hoogovens OpenA29 English, Four Knights, Kingside Fianchetto
17. Korchnoi vs G Schwartzman  1-0471993Hoogovens OpenD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
18. G Schwartzman vs Lputian  ½-½851993Hoogovens OpenA14 English
19. Smirin vs G Schwartzman  1-0241993Hoogovens OpenC43 Petrov, Modern Attack
20. R Har-Zvi vs G Schwartzman  ½-½161993Hoogovens OpenC01 French, Exchange
21. G Schwartzman vs G J de Boer  ½-½601993Hoogovens OpenA07 King's Indian Attack
22. H Grooten vs G Schwartzman  0-1521993Hoogovens OpenD12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
23. G Schwartzman vs Leko  ½-½451993Hoogovens OpenA21 English
24. G Schwartzman vs P Van der Sterren  ½-½131993Hoogovens OpenD18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
25. L Christiansen vs G Schwartzman ½-½621993Hoogovens OpenE54 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System
 page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 64  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-25-03  rndapology: This Romanian GM signed my board at the Florida scholastic championships in I think it was 5th grade. He used to attend the University of Florida. Hmmm...
Dec-25-03  rndapology: Anyone else meet GM's at scholastic tournaments as youths and receive a signed board?
Apr-28-04  Clock1913: Which year did you attend. I've only attended the FCA scholastic champs once but I've gone to the FSCL tournament every year since 1998 and most recently the one in lakeland in march.
May-23-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  ketchuplover: Has anybody here used his lectures at totalchess.com? Just curious
Feb-19-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  ketchuplover: Yikes
Nov-02-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  howardb86: His lectures at totalchess.com are awesome. Just Great! best thing I've found to retool after being absent from chess for many years--getting ready for my grandkids who play. Check it out. He writes very well.
Oct-25-09  BIDMONFA: Gabriel Schwartzman

SCHWARTZMAN, Gabriel
http://www.bidmonfa.com/schwartzman...
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Dec-22-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: Is he an author? I've heard this name before.
Mar-08-13  IndigoViolet: <In 1993, he was awarded the GM title at age 17.>

Anyone know in which countries he gained his GM norms? I'm guessing Romania, Bulgaria and/or Hungary.

Oct-23-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  ketchuplover: May he have a total chess birthday :)
Mar-27-15  zanzibar: After winning USOpen96...

August 25, 1996|By BILL CORNWALL Special to the Sun-Sentinel

<Schwartzman, who arrived in the United States from his native Romania just a few years ago, is the youngest grandmaster in our country and one of the youngest in the world. Achieving things early is a habit for him. For example, Schwartzman says that he started to get an interest in chess at the age of 2 and was entered in his first tournament at 4. He held a simultaneous exhibition at 7 and received an international invitation to Paris when he was 8. By the age of 12, Schwartzman had become a master, and he was awarded the international master's title at 15. About three years ago, the International Chess Federation awarded him the highest title in chess, "international grandmaster," making him the youngest grandmaster in Florida and one of the youngest in the world.

Schwartzman is a man of many talents. He speaks six languages, involves himself in many nontournament chess promotions and activities, and studies as a junior at the University of Florida, where he plans on majoring in finance and minoring in telecommunications. But he does not lose sight of his major ambition: "I am now working very hard to become better so that I can reach my ultimate goal: World Champion!''>

http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/19...

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