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David Navara
Navara 
Photo copyright © 2008 Farid Khayrulin, courtesy of Zahir Ahmadov  
Number of games in database: 1,834
Years covered: 1993 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2741 (2713 rapid, 2707 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2751

Overall record: +622 -270 =596 (61.8%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 346 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (190) 
    B47 B32 B90 B33 B43
 Ruy Lopez (101) 
    C78 C65 C84 C95 C80
 French Defense (73) 
    C05 C07 C03 C10 C09
 French Tarrasch (58) 
    C05 C07 C03 C09 C04
 King's Indian (49) 
    E60 E90 E62 E63 E61
 Queen's Gambit Declined (43) 
    D31 D35 D37 D30 D38
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (244) 
    B90 B46 B84 B40 B50
 Grunfeld (109) 
    D85 D86 D78 D76 D70
 Sicilian Najdorf (64) 
    B90 B94 B91 B99 B92
 Ruy Lopez (63) 
    C84 C65 C95 C67 C92
 Caro-Kann (57) 
    B12 B18 B13 B10 B11
 Queen's Indian (48) 
    E15 E12 E17 E14 E19
Repertoire Explorer

NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Navara vs R Wojtaszek, 2015 1-0
   I Cheparinov vs Navara, 2007 0-1
   Navara vs Sasikiran, 2009 1-0
   Navara vs J Helbich, 1998 1-0
   Navara vs Z Ruzicka, 1997 1-0
   Navara vs A Dergatschova-Daus, 2007 1-0
   Navara vs Svidler, 2006 1-0
   Navara vs Ganguly, 2011 1-0
   Navara vs Z Kozul, 2006 1-0
   Navara vs Timman, 2007 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Ordix Open (2007)
   Chess Olympiad (2012)
   Tata Steel Group B (2011)
   Tata Steel Challengers (2015)
   European Individual Championship (2015)
   Reykjavik Open (2012)
   European Individual Championship (2016)
   Ordix Open (2009)
   10th European Individual Championship (2009)
   European Individual Championship (2014)
   World Cup (2011)
   European Individual Championship (2010)
   World Cup (2009)
   37th Chess Olympiad (2006)
   Bundesliga 2016/17 (2016)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Navara's most famous wins by slomarko
   2000 WYCC (open) U-18 by gauer
   Czech Team on Chess Olympiad 2010 by Honza Cervenka
   1997 WYCC (open) U-12 by gauer

RECENT GAMES:
   🏆 European Club Cup
   Navara vs F Vallejo Pons (Oct-17-18) 1-0
   S Malikentzos vs Navara (Oct-15-18) 1/2-1/2
   Navara vs N Grandelius (Oct-14-18) 0-1
   Navara vs L Lovik (Oct-13-18) 1-0
   M Admiraal vs Navara (Oct-12-18) 0-1

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DAVID NAVARA
(born Mar-27-1985, 33 years old) Czech Republic

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IM (1999); GM (2002); 6-time Czech Champion (2004, 2005, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2015).

Born in Prague, Grandmaster David Navara has been playing chess since he was six and became a grandmaster in 2002, six days before his seventeenth birthday. Numerous coaches have helped shape his talents, including Josef Pribyl, Ludek Pachman, and Vlastimil Jansa.

Championships

<Youth> He won the championships of the Czech Republic in his age category in 1993-95.

<National> In 2004, he won the Czech championship for the first time scoring 8/11 in a field of 8 strong grandmasters. In 2005 he shared 1st place in the Czech championship with Jiri Stocek. Won the Czech Championship in 2010. In May 2012, he won the Czech Championship for the fourth time. He won the Czech Championship for the fifth time in May 2013 with a round to spare, possibly two as the tiebreakers were in his favour, his final score being an extremely dominant 8/9, 2.5 points clear of the runner up. In May 2015, he won the Czech Championship for the sixth time, on this occasion with a round to spare.

<Continental> He scored a relatively meagre 7/11 in the 13th European Individual Championship (2012). He scored 7/10 in the European Individual Championships (2013) (failing to qualify for the 2013 World Cup). He placed second in the European Individual Championship (2015) (EICC), half a point behind Evgeny Najer. This would have qualified him for the World Cup 2015 had he not already qualified for that event in last year's EICC. He placed equal second at the European Individual Championships (2014), scoring 8/11 and qualifying for the 2015 World Cup.

<World> In 2008 Navara was announced as a participant in the inaugural FIDE Grand Prix cycle, as the nominee of the host city of Karlovy Vary. He qualified for the World Cup (2011) via his rating, and defeated Russian GM Nikolai Kabanov in the first round, US GM Alexander Onischuk in the second, and Ukrainian GMs Alexander Moiseenko and Yaroslav Zherebukh in the third and fourth rounds, but lost his quarter final contest with Russian GM Alexander Grischuk. He was a President's nominee to the World Cup (2013), where he defeated Sandro Mareco in the first round, but lost to Norwegian GM Jon Ludvig Hammer in the second round, and so was eliminated from the event. At the World Cup (2015), he played and defeated the Israeli champion Tamir Nabaty in the first round to progress through to the second round where he lost to Azeri GM Gadir Guseinov to be eliminated from the event.

Tournaments

In early 2011, he came in =3rd in the category 18 Reggio Emilia (2010). In March 2012, he placed equal second (third on tiebreak) at the Reykjavik Open (2012). Navara started 2013 with =5th, his 7.5/10 being a half point behind the co-leaders at Tradewise Gibraltar (2013), and followed up with a somewhat mediocre 7/10 at the Reykjavik Open (2013). He scored outright first with 8/9 at the Ostravsky konik 2014 - FIDE Open A In Czechia, a point and a half clear of the field.

Navara started 2015 with a strong showing at the Tata Steel Group B (2015) event, scoring 10/13 and placing outright second, half a point behind the winner Wei Yi. He placed =3rd alongside Michael Adams at the category 19 Biel (2015) tournament, behind Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Radoslaw Wojtaszek respectively.

Team Events

<Olympiad> He hit his stride during the Chess Olympiad (2012), playing board 2 for the Czech Republic and winning individual gold with a stunning score of 9.5/11, racking up a TPR of 2869.

<National Representative> His first great achievement was at the 2001 European Team Championship in Leon, where he scored 7 out of 9 points (performance rating: 2775).

<National and Continental Leagues> In 2011-12 he also played for 1. Novoborský ŠK in the Czech Extraliga, helping his team to first place with a personal scored of 8.5/10 (+7 =3) against a strong field of 7 GMs and 3 IMs. In 2012, he played in the French Top 12 League, in the Greek League and in the Polish Extraliga. Although he scored 8.5/11 in the 2012/13 season in the Czech Extraliga, it was insufficient to help his team AD Mahrla Praha above 11th (out of 12) place. In October 2013, he played top board for G-Team Novy Bor, scoring 4.5/7 and helping his team to win the European Club Cup (2013). Navara played top board for SV Mülheim Nord in the 2013-14 Bundesliga, his team placing second out of a field of 16. He is playing second board for this team in the 2014-15 Bundesliga. He also played in the last 4 rounds (19-22) for Jiangsu in the Chinese League 2014, helping his team to win gold.

Matches

He lost 3-1 in the Cez Trophy: Navara - Svidler (2012). In June 2013, he drew the match Navara vs Yifan Hou, 2013, drawing all four classical games; however, after drawing the blitz tiebreakers 1-1 he lost the Armageddon blitz tiebreaker. He lost the Cez Trophy Navara - Nakamura Match (2014) by 3.5-0.5. In June 2015, he lost the So - Navara Match (2015) by 1-3 (-2 =2).

Rapid and Blitz

He finished 2014 with =1st with 11/13 at the Czech Blitz Championship, a strong 8.5/13 at the European Rapid Championship and a spectacular first place with 19/22 (2 clear of the field) at the European Blitz Championship.

Rating and Ranking

Navara's peak rating to date 2751 in May 2015 (when he was ranked world #14), while his peak ranking was world #13 in October 2006 when he was rated 2725.

Sources and References

Wikipedia article: David Navara; live rating: http://www.2700chess.com/

Last updated: 2016-08-05 19:43:12

 page 1 of 74; games 1-25 of 1,834  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. L Hajek vs Navara  0-1451993CZE Czechia-ch U12A17 English
2. Navara vs M Voracek  1-0381993CZE Czechia-ch U12C47 Four Knights
3. Navara vs T Vanek  ½-½301993CZE Czechia-ch U12C47 Four Knights
4. Navara vs J Soukup  1-0391993CZE Czechia-ch U12C48 Four Knights
5. Navara vs Radek Kaderka 1-0461993CZE Czechia-ch U12C47 Four Knights
6. J Jirka vs Navara  0-1411993CZE Czechia-ch U12B72 Sicilian, Dragon
7. P Stehno vs Navara 1-0171993CZE Czechia-ch U12C30 King's Gambit Declined
8. Navara vs B Kukovec  ½-½411994Wch U10B77 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack
9. Chen Jing vs Navara  1-0581994Wch U10C10 French
10. Navara vs D Rybansky 1-0321994Wch U10C05 French, Tarrasch
11. Navara vs A Fama  ½-½661994Wch U10B96 Sicilian, Najdorf
12. S Karthick vs Navara  1-0271994Wch U10B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
13. Navara vs N Danilov  1-0381994Wch U10C47 Four Knights
14. Navara vs J Werle 1-0251994Wch U10B89 Sicilian
15. Emir Ardic vs Navara  0-1211994Wch U10C02 French, Advance
16. V Bhat vs Navara  1-0341994Wch U10C02 French, Advance
17. Navara vs R Hlavac  1-0611995Frydek Mistek op-BB33 Sicilian
18. M Vondracek vs Navara  1-0491995CZE-chT2a 9596A02 Bird's Opening
19. P Zavesicky vs Navara 0-1341995Frydek Mistek op-BD92 Grunfeld, 5.Bf4
20. Navara vs G Livshits  1-0441995EU-ch U10B45 Sicilian, Taimanov
21. F Lasek vs Navara 0-1331995Plzen op U18D00 Queen's Pawn Game
22. Gyula Chrobak vs Navara  ½-½481995Frydek Mistek op-BB21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
23. Martin Sekac vs Navara  0-1361995Frydek Mistek op-BB92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation
24. G Antal vs Navara  1-0231995EU-ch U10B92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation
25. G Hitzgerova vs Navara 1-0451995Plzen op U18B58 Sicilian
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Jul-06-06  Mameluk: <acirce> Very interesting, because I´ve never read in Czech magazines or heard from Czech chessplayers the words Navara and autism together, maybe because here it is not such a fashionable word as in America or Ireland, considering many possible degrees of this disease. I bet I have some too. And maybe, if Navara has such diagnosis, it is his thing. He lives quite succesful life right now, and we have at least something to talk about.
Jul-06-06  Mameluk: White "Navara, David"]
[Black "Gelashvili, Tamaz"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "E32"]
[WhiteElo "2719"]
[BlackElo "2575"]
[EventDate "2006.07.03"]
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. Qc2 O-O 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. Qxc3 d6 7. Bg5 b6 8. e3 Nbd7 9. Ne2 c5 10. Qc2 Bb7 11. dxc5 Nxc5 12. Nc3 Rc8 13. Rd1 d5 14. cxd5 exd5 15. Bd3 h6 16. Bh4 Nxd3+ 17. Qxd3 g5 18. Bg3 d4 19. Qf5 Re8 20. Be5 Rc5 21. exd4 Qxd4 22. Rxd4 Rcxe5+ 23. Qxe5 Rxe5+ 24. Kd2 Bxg2 25. Rg1 Bf3 26. Rf4 Ne4+ 27. Rxe4 Bxe4 28. Re1 Rd5+ 29. Nxd5 Bxd5 30. Re7 a5 31. Re8+ Kg7 32. Rb8 1-0

[White "Navara, David"]
[Black "Dreev, Alexey"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D46"]
[WhiteElo "2719"]
[BlackElo "2666"]
[EventDate "2006.07.??"]
1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Nf3 e6 5. e3 a6 6. b3 Bb4 7. Bd2 Nbd7 8. Bd3 O-O 9. O-O Bd6 10. Qc2 h6 11. Ne2 Re8 12. Ng3 c5 13. cxd5 exd5 14. Bc3 b6 15. Rfd1 Bb7 16. dxc5 bxc5 17. Rac1 Qb6 18. Qb2 Rad8 19. Bf5 Bf8 20. Qd2 Qd6 21. Ba5 Ra8 22. b4 c4 23. e4 g6 24. Bxd7 Nxd7 25. exd5 Rac8 26. b5 axb5 27. Rb1 Nf6 28. Rxb5 Bxd5 29. Bc3 Bxf3 30. Qxd6 Bxd6 31. gxf3 Be7 32. Rb7 Nh7 33. Ne4 Ng5 34. Rdd7 Nxe4 35. fxe4 Bf8 36. Rxf7 Rb8 37. a4 Rxb7 38. Rxb7 Rxe4 39. a5 Bc5 40. Rc7 Rg4+ 41. Kf1 Rg5 42. a6 Rf5 43. Be1 c3 44. a7 Bxa7 45. Rxa7 Rc5 46. Ra1 Kf7 47. Rc1 c2 48. Bd2 g5 49. Ke2 Kg6 50. Kd3 Rf5 51. Be3 Rf3 52. Kxc2 Rh3 53. Rh1 Kf5 54. Kd3 Ke5 55. Kd2 Kf5 56. Ke1 Ke4 57. Ke2 g4 58. Kf1 h5 59. Kg2 1-0

And two uneventful black draws against Gustaffson and Wojtaszek in rds 3 and 4.

Jul-06-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  keypusher: Thanks <Mameluk>. Sorry to see my hero Gelashvili bite the dust, but it seems like a fine game.
Jul-06-06  Swede: Aren't there just so many individual differences between people that could be given these labels (Asperger, autism etc) that they really don't mean anything? I think they say more about the human will to simplify and categorize reality than the people actually being diagnosed with them. And <acirce>, "functioning" is a word I would use to describe a car or a computer, not a human being. But that's just my two cents.
Jul-06-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  acirce: <Aren't there just so many individual differences between people that could be given these labels (Asperger, autism etc) that they really don't mean anything?>

No, as there are reasonably well-defined criteria to give a diagnosis, even though (at least for Asperger's) there exist several criteria sets (that mainly overlap) and there is obviously a significant subjective element. The fact that there are borderline cases who are impossible to clearly put in this or that category, does not in any way mean that the categories are meaningless - I think this is a common fallacy.

<"functioning" is a word I would use to describe a car or a computer, not a human being.>

Really? I think it's very natural to use it.

Jul-06-06  Swede: Ok <acirce>, since you seem to know more about this than me, maybe you can tell me if you can say anything for certain about a person diagnosed with Asperger for instance. If not I must insist that the term is rather meaningless.

<Really? I think it's very natural to use it.> You think it's as natural to say for example "My son isn't functioning very well" as "My car isn't functioning very well"? The difference is (IMHO) that a human being is an objective in itself, while the car was made for purpose other than simply being a car. If you don't think there's a difference then fine by me.

Jul-06-06  mang00neg: <swede> that word is used commonly in the field of psychology to describe humans.
Jul-06-06
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  acirce: <maybe you can tell me if you can say anything for certain about a person diagnosed with Asperger for instance.> Well if the diagnosis is correct, you can say for certain that the person fits a diagnosis criteria set.

Other than that there is probably no single specific thing you can say for sure about the person, but that's not the point, why would that make the category meaningless? (Connecting to Wittgenstein, is there any single thing all "games" have in common?)

Even though it's not easy, psychiatric disorders need to be defined as well as physical, as otherwise those who suffer from them won't get adequate help. Asperger patients often encounter the same kind of problems and often need the same kind of assistance to deal with them.

<The difference is (IMHO) that a human being is an objective in itself, while the car was made for purpose other than simply being a car.>

That's why "functioning" doesn't really have the same meaning for humans as for objects with a specific "function". They can be used in both cases, but in somewhat different ways. I think saying things like "I function better in the morning" or "I'm not functioning very well under stress" feels completely natural, and it's very commonly used in more offical psychological and psychiatric contexts.

Jul-06-06  notyetagm: <Mameluk> Thanks for posting the PGN for those Navara games.

Did you submit them with the PGN Upload Utility?

Jul-06-06  Prugno: Here are some excerpts from Navara's New in Chess annotations to his game with Bologan quoted by a previous poster (brilliant endgame play from White, by the way). He seems to be coping with his psychological disorder quite reasonably, and I hope he reaches the top of the chess world as soon as possible.

"I annotated this game with massive help of Fritz 9. Besides, I briefly analysed it with Ferenc Bereks and Jana Jackova. Therefore not all the good ideas are mine. Nevertheless, I am fully responsible for all the mistakes that may remain."

"As everybody can see, I have neglected my development. Unlike my former trainer GM Jansa, I quite often get suspicious positions out of the opening."

"I have to admit that I was very lucky in this game. Nevertheless, the phenomenon of 'harmless oversight' is quite typical for me. I have even introduced a sign for such an oversight into my private annotations."

Jul-06-06  babakova: I think (judging from the interviews I have seen) Magnus Carlsen shows signs of some form of autism as well, not as severe as Navara though.
Jul-07-06  notyetagm: <Prugno> Thanks for the great Navara quotes. What a modest guy!

I really like Navara. I am wishing him the very best with his illness.

Jul-07-06  notyetagm: <babakova: I think (judging from the interviews I have seen) Magnus Carlsen shows signs of some form of autism as well, not as severe as Navara though.>

Why do you say that? I have not heard that before. I thought that Magnus was just really focused on becoming a professional chess player.

Jul-07-06  Swede: <acirce> I decided to look up Asperger in NE to get a little more "meat on my legs" so to speak, and it seems that the causes of it is either genetic or some form of brain damage acquired at birth. In that case it could be defined as a type of (possibly visible?) brain damage, which would make more sense than just bundling a bunch of character traits together and calling someone who exhibits a certain proportion of them an Asperger patient.

<is there any single thing all "games" have in common?> Hmm, how about they can all be played (obviously) and they all have a set of rules? Also, they tend to offer some form of entertainment. Good enough for you?

<I think saying things like "I function better in the morning" or "I'm not functioning very well under stress" feels completely natural> Sure, in that context I wouldn't really have a problem with the use of it since it's rather casual and you're only talking about yourself. However, I don't think it's very natural using the word to compare different individuals with each other and calling a person more "functioning" than someone else. Not a big deal, but I hope you understand.

Jul-07-06  babakova: <Why do you say that? I have not heard that before. I thought that Magnus was just really focused on becoming a professional chess player.> That may be the case, but the way he acts when interviewed and things like that seems (to my eyes) to stretch further than just an awkward teen phase. Maybe he is just a shy introvert, like many other chessplayers. I dont know.
Jul-07-06  fxenderby: I've talked to the guy once (carlsen, I mean).. and he really looks and acts like an uber-teenager.. nothing borderline on that. Navara is in a different ball park. really. about games <swede>, the thing is a bit more complicated than that, from the moment we started talking about game theory and extending the ideas quite further. we may say that a quarrel between husband and wife (or all relationships, for that matter..) is a kind of a game, although no entertainment is to be found there, and hardly any rules.. I think that is more on the line of what <acirce> meant.. as for the word "function", the problem is just that you, like me, is probably a non-native speaker of english (more than that, non-american) because in the US it is realy quite normal to talk about someone as functioning, functional, and all that.. it's maybe part of all the ideology psychoanalysis has given the american society..
Jul-07-06  Swede: <fxenderby> That's a different kind of "game" and hardly what we mean when we generally talk about games. But even such a "game" would have some set of unwritten rules at least, otherwise it can't really be considered a game.

Other than that I stand by what I've written about the word "function". Who would you consider to be a functioning human being anyway? George Bush? Who would be a dysfunctioning one? David Navara? Not at the chess board...

Jul-07-06  Mameluk: Navara is on 5/6 after beating Macieja and Kotronias in Greece.
Jul-07-06  sapfy: 5/6 against an avg. rating of 2611. Very impressive. Current unofficial rating is 2730.
Jul-09-06  notyetagm: More accolades for Navara. Mig says Kasparov was impressed with Navara's play at the Olympiad. Here is a quote from Mig on the new FIDE rating list, where Navara checks in at #14:

<I talked to Kasparov today about the new list and he said he was impressed with Navara's play at the Olympiad. Unfortunately, his scorching play was overshadowed by his loss to Aronian's spectacular Nf7.>

Jul-09-06  notyetagm: <Mameluk: Navara is on 5/6 after beating Macieja and Kotronias in Greece>

Do you have PGN for these two Navara victories? You already posted his first two wins.

So Navara is now +4 =2 -0 in this competition. Very nice.

Jul-09-06  notyetagm: Does anyone know if Navara plays on ICC or any of the other Internet chess servers?
Jul-09-06  Mameluk: <notyetagm> I posted his first 5 games. <Kasparov> Have you already noticed that Kasparov always praises the player only after he starts to make results? One would say he would with his understanding point Aronian´s, Navara´s, Mamedyarov´s talent etc when nobody was talking about them yet, but he did not, and was talking only about those youngest GM´s and most known prodigies. And now he is so clever:) I always knew who is the real talent:)
Jul-10-06  Mameluk: 7/9 in Greece means +12,4 Elo points for Navara. Next tournament is Czech open in Pardubice, quite risky mission for his rating, because average rating of his opponents will be very probably under 2500. On the other hand he has few solid results from Pardubice, but never played really well, his best is 12th place 2 years ago, 2003 and 2005 he did not play. So he wants to finally win the great open, he will enjoy home support etc.
Jul-10-06  notyetagm: <Mameluk> Thanks for the update. So this result makes Navara's current unofficial rating 2731-2732. Tremendous.
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