RIBLI Zoltan( chess-player)
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Biography RIBLI Zoltan
Born September 6, 1951 in Mohacs.
Semifinalist pretendentskih matches (1983).
Winner of international tournaments in Budapest (1975), Mexico City (1980), Las Palmas (1982) (interzonal), Dortmund (1986), Reggio Emilia (1986/87).
Grandmaster since 1973, Mr..
Professional rating of 1 September 2001. - 2537
FIDE rating of 1 July 2001. - 2564
Szabo, Portisch, and then? I think that this issue Hungarian chess fans asked for at least ten years, until it finally showed itself on the galaxy Pentecostal. One of the brightest representatives of this generation of Hungarian players became Zoltan Ribli. Due to the successful performance at the European Junior Championships Zoltan quickly gained the status of one of the most promising players of the seventies. Nevertheless, right up to participate in pretendentskih matches he came only in 1979. Seems at the finish of that memorable interzonal in Riga, Ribli at heart thought himself already in pretendentskoy clip. Indeed, he played Zoltan confidence, technical mastery, the last round was comfortable +6, but: fell under gathered pace at the finish Romanishin.
Meanwhile, a hitherto peaceful, and like anything in particular not intended compatriot Zoltan named Andras developed unprecedented zeal and snagged a third place for the division. Discouraged such a change of scenery, an additional match Zoltan has only a draw, which (due to the worst ratio) for it was tantamount to defeat. But my next attempt interzonal Ribli used on all one hundred and became the challenger. However, in the semifinal Zoltan stopped perennial Smyslov. Any further attempts to break Ribli closer to the chess throne failed ...
Still not leave the impression that the Hungarian chess player could do better. It seemed, in fact it was all - and fine positional sense, and the ease and high endgame technique. A little more ambition, endurance and composure, and you never know. Our shortcomings are often a continuation of our strengths. For Ribli, speed and ease of decision-making at the board often turned lightness. Tigran Petrosian Vartanovich recalled that in their party at the tournament IBM Ribli at a pace blitz took a few second-rate moves, and only found himself in a difficult position, played in its true power ...
. Zoltan is still a lot of plays in tournaments and protects the team colors
. In short, to rest while certainly not going to. Young still has much to learn!