Number of games in database: 2,303
Years covered: 1990 to 2021
Last FIDE rating: 2560 (2599 rapid, 2422 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2658
Overall record: +677 -324 =797 (59.8%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
505 exhibition games, blitz/rapid, odds games, etc. are excluded from this statistic.
GM Pavel Vladimirovic Tregubov. IM in 1993, GM in 1994. Rated 2658 in July 2008. ICC: outsider.
European champion in 2000. Shared 2nd place in the Russian Championship 2002. Placed 2nd in Paris Open 2007.
Board Director, and earlier President (2005-2008), of the ACP (Association of Chess Professionals). He is also a FIDE Senior Trainer.
Layson: And the award for inconsiderate man of the year goes to Pavel Tregubov. It takes a man with no heart to complain about stopped clocks when a man's life is in play.
<"The players told me that there had been an unfortunate incident. I do not know the details, but Gashimov became ill, he lost consciousness and fell off his chair. His teammates rushed to his aid, and all the Azeri players set out to find a doctor. I began to discuss the situation with my players, and at that point the arbiter point stopped the clocks on all boards. I believe that was an error in judgement – he should not have interferee in the games. At the most he could have stopped the clock in the game Vachier Lagrave-Gashimov, if Maxime had requested this, but I'm not even sure of that. We need to ask the experts. But to stop the clocks of all the games of the match is, in my opinion, completely senseless. Why was it necessary? After all the match was still going on! I understand the argument that Mamedyarov ran to help Gashimov, but there were also other people who could have helped, and Shakhriyar could have returned after five minutes to continue his game. However, I do not think that any actions taken by the arbiters would affect the final outcome of the match. My players were very upset by what had happened, and so all agreed that we should offer a draw on all boards, even though they were aware that the match was going well for us.">
Breunor: According to Wikipedia, he’s married to Kosteniuk.
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