Number of games in database: 5
Years covered: 1966 to 1970
Overall record: +0 -3 =2 (20.0%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|He was Turkish champion in 1967, 1970 and 1971.|
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|Dec-04-07|| ||ahmadov: Is this man a Turkish player?|
|Dec-04-07|| ||jamesmaskell: Ismet Ibrahimoğlu is a 3-time Turkish Champion winning in 1967, 1970 and 1971. In 1971 his rating was 2290.|
Ismet also won Individual Bronze on second board reserve in the 1966 Olympiad with 10/13 (8 wins 4 draws 1 loss). In 1968 he scored 11/18 on second board (9 wins 4 draws 5 losses) and in 1970 he scored 6.5/17 on first board scoring six wins and a draw.
My Turkish is non existent but Ismet shared first with Demir Büyüközkaya in a tournament in Istanbul in 1961(perhaps the city tournament)
Sources are Chessmetrics, OlimpBase and Wikipedia.
|Dec-04-07|| ||ahmadov: <jamesmaskell> Thanks for this information...
He has games for only four years, but I assume that this is one of the most prominent Turkish players since he once played against Fischer...|
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