Number of games in database: 606
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Years covered: 1981 to 2010
Last FIDE rating: 2431 (2447 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2549
Overall record: +43 -22 =60 (58.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
481 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
Tyomkin vs M Hidalgo Rios, 2002 1-0
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
77th Canadian Championship (2004)
Lisbon Open (2001)
Carlos Torre Memorial Open (2002)
European Club Cup (2005)
Calvia Olympiad (2004)
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(born Mar-25-1977, 45 years old) Russia (federation/nationality Canada)
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In 1997 he won the Israeli Junior Championship and the European Junior Chess Championship in Tallinn. In 2004 he tied for 1st–2nd with Alexander Moiseenko in the Canadian Open Chess Championship in Kapuskasing1 and tied for 3rd–6th with Igor Zugic, Mark Bluvshtein and Tomas Krnan in the Canadian Chess Championship in Toronto. He played for Canada in the Chess Olympiad of 2004
Born in Russia (Ryazan), he lived and played in the Ukraine, Israel (since 1991), then in Canada (since 2003).
Reference: http://www.olimpbase.org/ (Olympiad and team chess chronological archives)
Wikipedia article: Dimitri Tyomkin
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|Mar-24-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Dimitri Tyomkin|
|Mar-25-11|| ||wordfunph: i forgot where i lifted this excerpt, anyway thanks to the source..|
GM Dimitri Tyomkin complained bitterly on the worldchessnetwork.com live broadcast of Kramnik-Leko that professional players are not respected by tournament organizers in the US. He mentioned the recent World Open where he'd been paired against some top-rated GM on board 1, but when he turned out to play there was no board, no pieces and no clock.
An inquiry to the TD revealed that the players were supposed to visit the USCF store downstairs to buy some equipment first so they could play!
|Nov-25-20|| ||PGNSubmitter: <the players were supposed to visit the USCF store downstairs to buy some equipment first so they could play!>|
I believe it.
US chess tournaments are notorious for not caring about the playing conditions in the slightest.
They should have played the game blindfolded as a protest.
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