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Short earned the Grandmaster title at the age of 19, and was ranked third in the world by FIDE from January 1988 to July 1989. In 1993 he became the first English player to play a World Chess Championship match, when he qualified to play Garry Kasparov in the World Chess Championship 1993 in London, where Kasparov won 12½ to 7½.
Nigel Short was a chess prodigy who gained the attention of the media when he was 10 years old and defeated Viktor Korchnoi in a simultaneous exhibition game
Nigel Short was a chess prodigy who gained the attention of the media when he was 10 years old and defeated Viktor Korchnoi in a simultaneous exhibition game. Before he was 12 years old he had qualified to play in the British Chess Championship and at 14 years old he tied for first place in the same tournament. In 1979 he became an International Master, breaking Bobby Fischer’s age record
Nigel Short, chess prodigy. his career and best games.
Nigel Short, chess prodigy. Published 1981 by Faber and Faber in London, Boston. Biography, Chess, Chess players, Collections of games.
Nigel Short was born on June 1st, 1965 in Leigh, Lancashire. He was a classical chess prodigy, qualifying for the British Men's Championship three days before his twelfth birthday – the youngest player by four years to do so. He chess career was sparkling: he won the British Chess Championship in 1984, 1987 and 1998 and the English Championship in 1991. He played in four World Junior championships (1980-1983), and came second after Garry Kasparov in Dortmund in 1980. Nigel Short playing in a simultaneous exhibition (against Smyslov) in 1976. Nigel became a Grandmaster in 1984.
Nigel Short, Chess Prodigy: His Career and Best Games. Nigel Short - Nigel D. Short, 2005 in Wijk aan Zee Nigel David Short ( 1. Juni 1965 in Leigh) ist ein britischer Schach Großmeister.
Nigel Short was the child prodigy and the most cognate person in the . Nigel Short the victory over Karpov.
Nigel Short was the child prodigy and the most cognate person in the British chess world. He made the excellent career, and its culmination was at the world champion title match with Gary Kasparov in 1993, at the Savoy theatre in London. Recently, Nigel showed the excellent performance for the National Team. In August 2009 he reached the best result at the Simpson's in the strand tournament. Nigel Short's name appeared at the headlines after his sensational victory over Russian Grand Master Viktor Korchnoy.
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