Grzegorz Gajewski
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Grzegorz Gajewski
Grzegorz Gajewski
Grzegorz Gajewski POLch 2014.jpg
Grzegorz Gajewski during the Polish Chess Championship in Warsaw, 2014
CountryPoland
Born (1985-07-19) 19 July 1985 (age 34)
Skierniewice, Poland
TitleGrandmaster (2006)
FIDE rating2613 (July 2019)
Peak rating2659 (July 2014)

Grzegorz Gajewski (born 19 July 1985) is a Polish chess player. He was awarded the title of Grandmaster by FIDE in 2006.

In 2011 Gajewski won the Cappelle-la-Grande Open.[1] In 2012 he won the 14th Open International de Sants, Hostafrancs i La Bordeta in Barcelona edging out Aleksandr Rakhmanov, Emilio Cordova, Kevin Spraggett and Samuel Shankland on tiebreak score, after all players scored 8 points from 10 games.[2][3] Gajewski won the Polish Chess Championship in 2015.[4]

Gajewski played for the Polish team in the Chess Olympiads of 2008 in Dresden, where he played on the fourth board scoring 6½ points from 10 games, and 2014 in Tromsø.[5] He also took part in the European Team Chess Championship in 2007, 2009, 2013 and 2015; Gajewski won the individual silver medal on board three in 2007.[6]

He was a second to Viswanathan Anand in the World Chess Championship 2014, held in Sochi, Russia, and has worked as his second during several events since then.[7] A strong opening theoretician, Gajewski is probably most known in the chess world by the gambit move 10...d5!? in the Ruy Lopez opening which he introduced in July 2007 during a tournament in Pardubice.[8]

References

  1. ^ "Grzegorz Gajewski wins Cappelle La Grande 2011". Chessdom. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "Grzegorz Gaweski ha ganado el Abierto de Sants 2012" (in Spanish). Chessdom. 29 August 2012. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ XIV Open Internacional de Sants, Hostafrancs i la Bordeta - Grup A. chess-results.com.
  4. ^ "Polish championships 2015". Europeran Chess Union. 21 April 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  5. ^ Men's Chess Olympiads - Grzegorz Gajewski. OlimpBase.
  6. ^ European Men's team Chess Championship - Grzegorz Gajewski. OlimpBase.
  7. ^ Doggers, Peter (26 July 2016). "Anand's Second Grabs Spotlight: Gajewski Wins Najdorf Memorial". Chess.com. Retrieved 2016.
  8. ^ Brunello, Sabino (2009). Attacking the Spanish. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-1-906552-1-76.

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