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Kinghunt
Member since Oct-26-08 · Last seen Apr-27-16
Welcome to my forum. My forum is a place for open discussion of all issues, and is free from all forms of censorship. I only ask that you keep the discussion civil and refrain from personal attacks on other users. (Oh, and no trolls.)

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Career supertournament wins by player
Updated 1 February 2016

<Active players>
Carlsen: 26
Kramnik: 23
Anand: 23
Topalov: 21
Ivanchuk: 15
Gelfand: 13
Aronian: 12
Caruana: 8
Karjakin: 5
Grischuk: 3
Nakamura: 3
Andreikin: 1
Jakovenko: 1
Tomashevsky: 1
So: 1

<Retired players for comparison>

Karpov: 42
Kasparov: 38

My definition of supertournament is quite broad: any closed international event with at least two players who have been in the top 10 in the last year constitutes a supertournament. Neither matches nor rapid/blitz events count as supertournaments, regardless of who is playing.

If there is a tie for first, it will be counted for all players involved unless the tournament used tiebreaks, in which case only the player they declared winner gets to count it. Please see posts below for details on the events considered but not counted for this list.

Also, for what it's worth, in case of a tie, the first player to reach X supertournament wins will remain listed higher.

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   Kinghunt has kibitzed 4593 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-04-16 Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) (replies)
 
Kinghunt: If I'm understanding this right, Anand walks away from the event with literally $0 in prize money? http://www.gibraltarchesscongress.c...
 
   Feb-02-16 M Esserman vs Anand, 2016 (replies)
 
Kinghunt: The draw may have been the pragmatic choice given the strength gap, but white had excellent chances to push for a win instead. For white's 20th move, Komodo 9.3 gives 20. h5 Bc6 21. Qe3 with a score of +0.76 (d=38).
 
   Feb-01-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
 
Kinghunt: < BOSTER: < Kinghunt>. Why do you count the winning supertour? Maybe is better to count the winning world champ matches. For ex. Kasparov-6. Carlsen-2.> I count tournaments because it is easy for anyone to look up world championship wins. It is much harder to find
 
   Feb-01-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Kinghunt: I have just updated my list of supertournament wins by top players. You may view it on my forum, here: User: kinghunt In summary, it seems to have been a "quiet" year for the list. Players added victories, but nobody passed anyone, and the rankings remain unchanged. Carlsen is ...
 
   Feb-01-16 Kinghunt chessforum (replies)
 
Kinghunt: <Events added:> Norway chess 2015, won by Veselin Topalov Sinquefield 2015 - won by Levon Aronian London 2015 - won by Magnus Carlsen (on tiebreak over Giri, MVL) Tata 2016 - won by Magnus Carlsen Dortmund 2015 - won by Fabiano Caruana Bilbao 2015 - won by Wesley So on ...
 
   Dec-28-15 Qatar Masters (2015) (replies)
 
Kinghunt: Thanks < siamesedream>. I had thought the tiebreak would be your standard S-B, but it seems that if Carlsen draws and Yu Yangyi wins, there will be a blitz playoff to determine the winner.
 
   Dec-10-15 London Chess Classic (2015) (replies)
 
Kinghunt: There are so many draws because Carlsen is drawing all of his games. In a typical tournament, Carlsen is involved in about half the decisive games.
 
   Dec-04-15 Hydra vs Adams, 2005
 
Kinghunt: Quite impressive not only that Hydra won in such a fashion, but that it also did it in an opening system that Adams is a specialist in. The position through move 15 had been seen dozens of times, and after only 12 further moves, Adams has to throw in the towel.
 
   Dec-04-15 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Carlsen, 2015 (replies)
 
Kinghunt: I suspect the outcome of this game depends strongly on which Carlsen shows up in London.
 
   Nov-16-15 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2015 (replies)
 
Kinghunt: This is probably the worst game I have ever seen from Carlsen. White's 22nd move: the opening hasn't gone particularly well, but things are okay for white. Black has more active pieces, so countering them is imperative. Particularly of note is the attack on f2, which is barely ...
 
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