Petrosyan Arshak Bagratovich

Arshak Bagrati Petrosyan Warm Արշակ Բագրատի Պետրոսյան; Dec 16, 1953, Yerevan - Armenian Chess Player and Chess Coach Senior FIDE Coach since 2004, Grandmaster since 1984 - Contents
1 Chess Career
2 Notes
3 Literature
4 Links
Chess career
1970 split 2nd place in junior tournament in Shield In 1974 and 1976 he twice won the championship of the Armenian SSR1 The first successes in the international arena are in the early 1980's 1980s split 1st place in Yerevan together with Vitaly Teshkovsky, before, in particular, Oleg Romanyshyn, Michael Tal and Rafael Vaganyan, and also won in Albena In 1981 he took 3rd place in Lviv behind Oleg Romanyshyn and Mikhail Tal, before, in particular, Alexander Belyavsky, and also split 1-3 places in Banya in 1983, shared 1st place in Novi Sad with Jan Plakhetka and Sergiy. Makarichev, also split 2-3 places in Bagnier In 1984, he won the annual tournament in Yerevan, ahead of Nigel Short and Smbat Lputyan in addition. In 1987, he split 2nd place in Budapest
After the collapse of the Soviet Union cohorts of leading Armenian chess players In 1993, he represented the country team on the team the World Championships, in the 1992 and 1996 chess Olympiads, the bronze medal in the team championships, and in 1999 the European team championship won the gold medal in the team competition2. In the 1990s, there were a number of successes in cities such as, in particular: Ptuj 1993, took 1st place, Lviv 1995, shared 1st place behind Andrii Maksimenko and Dorian Rogozenko, together with Adrian Mikhalchishin, Dortmund 1995, open tournament, shared 1st place with Sergiy Smagin and Jozef Pinter, Dortmund 1998, took 2nd place behind Adrian Mikhalchyshyn, Fri. uy 1998, shared 1st place with Rado Brgles, Dortmund 2000, shared 2nd place after Eckhard Schmittdill, along with Arcadia Naidich and Zoltan Varga
The highest Elo career ranking was on July 1, 1999, reaching 2514 points, then ranked 10th among Armenian chess players3 Since 2000 he does not take part in FIDE-sponsored tournaments4
Arshak Petrosyan is a tester and trainer of one of the world's leading chess players Peter Leko5 Since 2004 he has the highest coaching capacity FIDE He was a trainer at the 2006 Chess Olympiad in Turin Armenian national team when it won gold awards6
NotesArticles
↑ Champions of Armenia Quoted 2010-02-06
↑ OlimpBase Quoted 2010-02-06
↑ FIDE rating history :: Petrosian, Arshak B
↑ benonide / schach / elo: Petrosian, Arshak B Quoted 2010-02-06
↑ Peter Leko: 'I'm not the kind who takes unnecessary risks' Quoted 2010-02-06
↑ National Olympic Committe of Armenia Cited 2010-02-06 - Literature Series
WLitmanowicz, J Giżycki, "Szachy od A to Z", Volume II, Warsaw 1987, p. 873
Links

Arshak Petrosyan's Identity Card FIDE
Arshak Petrosyan's Chessgames Party
Arshak Petrosyan's Personal Card at 365chesscom
Chess Performances Olympiad - Team World Championships
European Team Championships




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