1970s-1990s: from my chess life

 

≈1980 ODESSA CHESS PHOTO (GM TUKMAKOV AND YOUNG PLAYERS)
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MY GAME IN PIONER MAGAZINE 6/1984
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UKRAINIAN U-17 CHAMPIONSHIP, ALEKSANDRIYA 1984
2nd place, ahead of Ivanchuk; 1st place among cadets
Player’s card (Russian language)

 

YURMALA 1985
In Top-10 at the USSR U-18 Championship
Crosstable (Russian language)   Odessa newspaper

 

KLAIPEDA 1985
(Just a strong tournament)
USSR juniors qualification tournament
Klaipeda (Lithuania), April 11-28, 1985
1. Ivanchuk – 11; 2. Bareev – 10; 3. Oll – 9; 4. Timoshenko – 7; 5-6. Nosenko, Smirin – 6,5; 7-9. Dautov, Serper, Ulybin – 6; 10. Akopian – 5,5; 11-12. Gelfand, Golubev – 5; 13. Rochmanov – 4,5; 14. Martynov – 3

 

NEUCHATEL 1993
(one of many good results in the open tournaments in a very good chess year)
Photo, final standings (L’Express newspaper, 2 June 1993; Page 35), from the Lexpressarchives.ch archives

 

ALUSHTA, MAY 1994
(Just a strong tournament)
1. Morozevich (2590, RUS) – 5,5; 2-4. Vyzmanavin (2610, RUS), Dreev (2645, RUS), Malaniuk (2595, UKR) – 5, 5-6. Onischuk (2535, UKR), Nenashev-Graf (2575, UZB) – 4,5; 7-9. Adorjan (2565, HUN), Golubev (2560, UKR), Sveshnikov (2585, RUS) – 4; 10. Moskalenko (2535, UKR) – 3,5

 

YALTA 1996 – WINNING THE UKRAINIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
Diploma (Ukrainian language)

 

GRANDMASTER TITLE, 1996
FIDE Diploma

 

SWISS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, GRAECHEN 1999 – 1ST PLACE
Article in Rochade Europa magazine (German language)

 


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