Bielawski Alexander( chess-player)
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Biography Bielawski Alexander
Born December 17, 1953 in Lviv.
International grandmaster since 1975.
Four-time champion of the USSR. Winner of international tournaments Kiev (1978), Bucharest (1980), Tilburg (1981, 1986), Sarajevo (1982), OHRA-Amsterdam (1989, 90), Belgrade (1993), Leon (1994), Kakak (1996), Memorial Vidmar (1999, 2000).
Divided the first place in Baden Vienna (1980), Wijk aan Zee (1984), Sochi (1986), Bern Open (1995).
Professional rating of 1 January 2002. - 2582
FIDE rating of 1 January 2002. - 2649
Alexander Beliavsky - great chess worker. It's also a kind of talent. Of course, a purely chess ability of the pupil of the famous Lviv school of chess no doubt did not set, but it is through hard selfless work, Alexander Genrikhovich achieved so much. Can not say that Belyavskii feels the position with your fingertips, like, for example, Smyslov and Petrosian, that his decisions are born easily and naturally, but this is compensated by an amazing capacity for work and perseverance. His debut an impressive its fundamental. In this aspect, he said, to me personally, something like Botvinnik and Portisch. Catch Belyavkogo a surprise in the debut - not an easy task. However, if this fails, then you can count on the rich dividends. Positions, unpolished in a home studio, Alexander Genrikhovich playing not so confident.
Top quality sports Belyavsky particularly advantageous to appear in the command against. Many chess fans will recall its abolition game on the first board at the Olympiad in Thessaloniki, . where in the absence of "two to" Alexander Genrikhovich protect our first board, . as well as a fantastic result in the second match of the USSR - Rest of World, . which Bielawski scored 3.5 out of 4! So it has developed life, . that somewhere in the mid 90-ies fourfold champion of the USSR living in Slovenia and was a real chess leader of a small Balkan state,
. Note that the new Homeland Bielawski played with a special lift. As they say naubless obliges. The winner of last memorial Vidmar last two years he was in a strong round robin event in the capital of Slovenia has played more than successful. In 11 batches Alexander Genrikhovich gave opponents only 2 points and for the tour to finish secured the first place!