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Georg Meier
G Meier 
Number of games in database: 972
Years covered: 2004 to 2019
Last FIDE rating: 2628 (2710 rapid, 2701 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2671

Overall record: +228 -111 =367 (58.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database. 266 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.

With the White pieces:
 Reti System (115) 
    A04 A06 A05
 Sicilian (51) 
    B51 B52 B30 B45 B31
 English (31) 
    A14 A15 A13
 Slav (31) 
    D12 D11 D10 D15
 Catalan (27) 
    E06 E04 E01 E09 E05
 Grunfeld (26) 
    D73 D81 D78 D90 D97
With the Black pieces:
 French Defense (203) 
    C10 C11 C07 C01 C00
 French (152) 
    C10 C11 C00
 Queen's Pawn Game (54) 
    A46 A40 D02 E10 E00
 Queen's Gambit Declined (43) 
    D37 D39 D35 D31 D30
 Nimzo Indian (37) 
    E32 E21 E42 E20 E53
 English (35) 
    A10 A13 A16 A17 A14
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Anand vs G Meier, 2013 1/2-1/2
   Kramnik vs G Meier, 2014 0-1
   G Meier vs S Feller, 2011 1-0
   J Loxine vs G Meier, 2016 0-1
   G Meier vs A Tari, 2014 1-0
   G Jones vs G Meier, 2014 0-1
   R Praggnanandhaa vs G Meier, 2018 1/2-1/2
   G Meier vs T Reich, 2015 1-0
   G Meier vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2014 1-0
   D Boros vs G Meier, 2012 1/2-1/2

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   PRO Chess League KO Stage (2019)
   Bundesliga 2018/19 (2018)
   World Junior Championship (2006)
   World Junior Championship (2007)
   Pro Chess League (2018)
   Bundesliga 2017/18 (2017)
   Bundesliga 2016/17 (2016)
   10th European Individual Championship (2009)
   European Union Championship (2008)
   Politiken Cup (2014)
   PRO League Group Stage (2019)
   Olympiad (2008)
   European Individual Championship (2007)
   Bundesliga 2015/16 (2015)
   Bundesliga 2014/15 (2014)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   2012 Thanksgiving open by gauer

   🏆 European Team Championship
   A Volokitin vs G Meier (Nov-01-19) 1-0
   G Meier vs M Matlakov (Oct-31-19) 1/2-1/2
   G Guseinov vs G Meier (Oct-30-19) 1/2-1/2
   H Banikas vs G Meier (Oct-27-19) 1-0
   G Meier vs L Pantsulaia (Oct-26-19) 1-0

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(born Aug-26-1987, 32 years old) Germany

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IM (2006); GM (2007); German U16 champion (2003)

Meier learned the rules of chess from his mother at the age of 3 or 4. He won at Pamplona in 2009. He won the Elite Hotels Open 2015 in Sweden with 7.5/8 (1) and the Västerås Open 2015. (2)

He named Vasily Smyslov as one of his idols.

Meier's highest rating to date was 2669 in March 2011 when he was ranked #75 in the world. His highest ranking was #65 in the world in September 2009 when he was rated 2664. He first entered the top 100 in April 2009 and has been in and out of that group on several occasions since.

(1); (2)

Wikipedia article: Georg Meier (chess player)

Last updated: 2017-08-26 03:45:58

 page 1 of 39; games 1-25 of 972  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Tomashevsky vs G Meier 1-0352004WYb18A14 English
2. G Meier vs A Braun  ½-½142005Operation CapablancaA04 Reti Opening
3. G Meier vs Mikhalchishin  ½-½312005Mitropa CupA07 King's Indian Attack
4. G Meier vs A Braun  1-03220055th ItA06 Reti Opening
5. A Esenov vs G Meier 0-1482005Wch U18C10 French
6. G Meier vs V Suttor  1-0272005Wch U18B52 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
7. D Arngrimsson vs G Meier  ½-½622005Wch U18C10 French
8. G Meier vs G Papp  ½-½322005Wch U18A04 Reti Opening
9. R Hungaski vs G Meier 1-0602005Wch U18C10 French
10. G Meier vs A Braun  ½-½102005Wch U18A14 English
11. G Meier vs A A Lopez  0-1472005Wch U18B51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
12. Timman vs G Meier  ½-½272005Bundesliga 0506E11 Bogo-Indian Defense
13. G Meier vs B Socko  0-1532005Corsica Masters International RapidC03 French, Tarrasch
14. G Meier vs G Beckhuis  ½-½482005Bundesliga 0506A04 Reti Opening
15. S Holzschuh vs G Meier  ½-½712006German ChampionshipC10 French
16. G Meier vs N Schuetze  1-0242006German ChampionshipB52 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
17. M Prusikin vs G Meier  ½-½152006German ChampionshipA17 English
18. G Meier vs D Baramidze  ½-½202006German ChampionshipB52 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
19. J Sprenger vs G Meier  1-0372006German ChampionshipE12 Queen's Indian
20. G Meier vs K Muranyi  ½-½392006German ChampionshipC60 Ruy Lopez
21. T Hoepfl vs G Meier  1-0912006German ChampionshipC10 French
22. G Meier vs E Schunk  0-1872006German ChampionshipC60 Ruy Lopez
23. M Schuster vs G Meier  ½-½412006German ChampionshipC10 French
24. Hracek vs G Meier  ½-½282006Bundesliga 0506C10 French
25. O Reeh vs G Meier  ½-½102006Bundesliga 0506C10 French
 page 1 of 39; games 1-25 of 972  PGN Download
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  Albertan: Check out analysis of GM Meier's victory over GM Wesley So from the 2010 Spice Cup on the first page of my blog,
using the program Chessviewer Deluxe. This is game number 26 in the Chessviewer Deluxe game index.
Nov-04-10  PivotalAnorak: <Albertan> I tried but can't open your blog ?
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  Albertan: <Premium Chessgames Member > <PivotalAnorak: <Albertan> I tried but ><can't open your blog ?>

You can't? Strange no one has ever told me the couldn't. Oh well thanks for wanting to see the analysis. Do you get an error message or does the page fpr my blog simply not open?

Jul-24-11  Refused: Meier is getting a decent beating at Dortmund. And after his rants at GM Gustafsson blog, I really enjoy Meier getting beaten the living daylight out of him at Dortmund.
Jan-14-12  lost in space: <<Refused:> Meier is getting a decent beating at Dortmund. And after his rants at GM Gustafsson blog, I really enjoy Meier getting beaten the living daylight out of him at Dortmund.>

Would like tom get more details. Please specify. Thanks

Jan-14-12  Refused: Some time last year, Gusti was playing a mini match against French GM Fressinet. The match took place as an event organized by the Schachjugend (Junior Division of the German Chess Federation) during the German Junior Championships.

Gustafsson was picked apart by Fressinet in that match (no other way to put it). During that match Meier made some remarks on another website and also commented on Gustafsson's blog. Basically saying: "Ha, why does that player get to play a match? That's an excellent training opportunity wasted on a far inferior player. "The right players to play such an event would have been me (Meier) or Naiditsch. We're younger and by far better"

Note: at that point the rating difference between Gusti and Meier were 4 (four!) Elo points :') Meier 2650
Gustafsson 2646.

If Naiditsch had voiced that opinion, I would have given him some credit, since Naiditsch is probably better. But with Meier ranting, that <the best paid event in the last 10 or 15 years was given to a player, against whom the criteria age and strength speak> was somewhat, odd.

And publicly attacking a team mate is very poor style.

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Aug-26-12  waustad: Happy b'day today!
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  ketchuplover: Good luck at Baden-Baden :)
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  norami: Hermann Goering once said, "If a single British bomb drops on Berlin you can call me Meier!" but I never figured out what that was supposed to mean.
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  piltdown man: I think it was "Meyer".
Jul-28-13  DoctorD: It was Meier, and it meant you could call him an idiot.
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  HeMateMe: Goering got his at the end, when he ate cyanide to cheat the hangman's noose. Historians now believe it was an American prison guard, a fellow from Texas, who got fat boy his cyanide cap that he kept hidden in his mouth. The Texan was a military/history buff, who spent a lot of time talking to Goering, at the prison, while the Reichsmarshall was part of the Nuremberg trials.
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  Penguincw: Happy Birthday Georg Meier!
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  whiteshark: Serious study and chess, it like trying to square the circle. Good luck in finding your own pathway, Georg!
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  virginmind: Smashed Kramnik with black in the first round of Dortmund 2014.
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  Richard Taylor: I also liked Smyslov's games. Great range: combinations and beautiful games of great planning or creative defense. Endings also.

Meier played a nice game against Kramnik.

Jul-23-14  Chris321: Chess at a certain level,maybe higher 2700 or somewhere in the 2800 looks very unpredictable esp in the middlegame,the conventional rules these kind of players just ignore and then they do other things not written much about in books,it's just too advanced for players under GM level to understand properly.I have seen a good couple of games that's in this category,some of Kasparov's games,some of Fischer's games too,Petrosian and Tal too,although they,the last 2 mentioned never cracked the 2700 elo,but maybe they could if they lived today,come to think of it Lasker,Capablanca,Alekhine could be included in this group.These guys were just a bit different than the rest for some strange reason probably not known!.
Jul-23-14  Chris321: I'm just mentioning the above because,sometimes it appears on the site that some bloggers drawing conclutions too easily when it comes to strong players,iv'e read many comments on here that try to compare Fischer with a Stockfish for instance,to me that's not realistic.Also to be able to compare one player with another,esp the super GM,i believe non of our bloggers on here are even remotely able to do that meaningfully,i won't even try!.
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  Penguincw: Happy 27th birthday to GM Georg Meier!
Jul-04-15  epistle: The only genuine GM at Dortmund.

An underdog against the dog. But let's pray for his victory.

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  Dionysius1: Interesting to see him wearing a Grenke shirt in the photo, with the tournament just finished.
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  whiteshark: <Dionysius1> <Wolfgang Grenke> is a Sinquefield-like sponsor, who is currently sponsoring two German Bundesliga (Chess League) teams: the champion OSG Baden-Baden and the 'junior team' of SF Deizisau.

Since Meier has already played in both teams, the picture could have been taken a little earlier. ;)

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  Dionysius1: Thanks for the info. I just like the coincidence.
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  Eyal: Btw, Meier plays in the tournament <because> he's a member of a Grenke-sponsored team, so in this sense it's not really a coincidence - it has basically been a tournament for Grenke-sponsored team members since its beginning in 2013. Mostly Baden-Baden, the monster-team that dominates the Bundesliga for the last decade: this year, all the top 5 of their roster (, under "Kader") played + Naiditsch & Vallejo. Carlsen is not playing in the Budesliga anymore, but he used to play for Baden-Baden when he was younger. The only exception is the player who qualifies from the open of last year - though this year, as it happened, it was Keymer who also plays in Deizisau...
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