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Christof Sielecki
Number of games in database: 26
Years covered: 1993 to 2011
Last FIDE rating: 2420
Overall record: +5 -6 =15 (48.1%)*
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CHRISTOF SIELECKI
(born May-25-1974, 40 years old) Germany

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International Master

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 26  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. C Sielecki vs M Brodsky  ½-½46 1993 Porz op 29thB40 Sicilian
2. C Sielecki vs Gipslis  ½-½42 1994 Berlin (Germany)E38 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 4...c5
3. C Sielecki vs G Timoshenko  0-146 1995 Berliner Sommer 13thE92 King's Indian
4. C Sielecki vs Movsesian  ½-½36 1997 Groningen opE94 King's Indian, Orthodox
5. C Sielecki vs L J Kerkhoff  ½-½47 2001 Tch-NEDA05 Reti Opening
6. C Sielecki vs D Luminet  ½-½14 2001 Belgian Interteams 2000-1E46 Nimzo-Indian
7. C Sielecki vs M Feygin  ½-½17 2001 TCh-BEL -2A17 English
8. C Sielecki vs F Beeckmans  1-033 2001 Belgian Interteams 2000-1B07 Pirc
9. J Bosch vs C Sielecki  ½-½20 2001 Tch-NEDE00 Queen's Pawn Game
10. Nijboer vs C Sielecki  1-022 2001 TCh-NED PlayoffsC11 French
11. C Sielecki vs I Rogers  ½-½36 2001 Tch-NEDA04 Reti Opening
12. C Sielecki vs Lautier  0-135 2001 TCh-NED PlayoffsA08 King's Indian Attack
13. C Sielecki vs E L'Ami  ½-½49 2005 Bundesliga 0506D13 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Exchange Variation
14. W Haas vs C Sielecki  ½-½56 2005 Bundesliga 0405A32 English, Symmetrical Variation
15. R Buhmann vs C Sielecki  1-062 2005 BundesligaD11 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
16. C Sielecki vs Hertneck  ½-½38 2005 Bundesliga Final WeekendE11 Bogo-Indian Defense
17. C Sielecki vs T Thiel  ½-½27 2006 Bundesliga 0506D06 Queen's Gambit Declined
18. R Zysk vs C Sielecki  0-159 2006 Bundesliga 0506A15 English
19. C van Oosterom vs C Sielecki 1-071 2010 TCh-NEDA14 English
20. C Sielecki vs Y Kryvoruchko  ½-½28 2011 European Club CupA37 English, Symmetrical
21. C Sielecki vs M P Townsend 1-069 2011 European Club CupA14 English
22. A Kogan vs C Sielecki  1-033 2011 European Club CupD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
23. C Sielecki vs G Kovacs  1-027 2011 European Club CupA14 English
24. P Larsen vs C Sielecki ½-½6 2011 European Club CupC47 Four Knights
25. J Garcia vs C Sielecki  0-137 2011 European Club CupB30 Sicilian
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-20-12  niemzo: He is chessexplained in youtube. Follow his channel for game analysis and blitz kibitzing.
Aug-30-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <niemzo> There he said that he's an <International Master> http://www.youtube.com/user/Chessex...
Sep-07-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  cro777: Christof Sielecki is a German International Master with an Elo rating of 2402 (August 2012)

FIDE Master (1995)

International Master (2012)

Apr-01-13  Octal: I hear he's writing a book on the Nimzo-Indian.
May-20-13  Hot Logic: I'd buy that book! He does such a good job explaining openings and games in his videos.
Oct-15-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: <Octal> <Hot Logic>

Opening Repertoire: Nimzo and Bogo Indian

http://www.newinchess.com/Opening_R...

Apr-21-14  Psihadal: His channel is, in my opinion, the best chess channel on youtube. He has a very clear way to explain chess, be it in live blitz videos, game kibitizing or opening analysis. Also has a very refined sense for position and of strategy which makes his videos very instructive to learn from.
Apr-21-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Shams: <Psihadal> I agree, he's great. And having just switched to 1.d4, I'm basically playing his entire fifteen-video "1.d4 repertoire" series right out of the box. Love the guy; he's a great resource.
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