Teymur Rajabov enters list of world best young grand masters

Society Materials 12 December 2005 15:13 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijani chess-player Teymur Rajabov ranks 14 in the list of the best young grand masters.

In accordance with the statistics data, Rajabov fulfilled necessary norm in 14 and became the youngest grand master in the world. Peter Leko, Etien Bacro and Ruslan Ponomaryov also gained the supreme chess category at the same age. Rajabov left behind Garry Kasparov, Robert Fisher, Naigel Short, Udit Polgar and Gata Kamsky on this indicator.

It should be mentioned that wining the tournament in Dos-Ermanos and silver medal at the European Championship in Warsaw, Rajabov proved his grade.