#37
Ruslan Ponomariov
Ukraine, 33
  • Classic 2712
  • Blitz 2711
  • Rapid 2711
  • World rank37
  • National rank4
  • Continent rank26

Game Statistics

Ruslan PonomariovRuslan Ponomariov
App opponents
  • Win: --%
  • Loss: --%
  • Draw: --%
Classic
  • Win: --%
  • Loss: --%
  • Draw: --%
Blitz
  • Win: --%
  • Loss: --%
  • Draw: --%
Rapid

Rating Chart

Ruslan PonomariovRuslan Ponomariov

Ponomariov in Chess World

The Benoni Defense has strategic flaws, but in practice it is not easy to beat and offers Black counter chances. In the following game, however, Black, one of the world’s top players, cannot make it work for him.
Discuss
Sergey Karjakin will be playing for the World Championship next month. Part I of a series on his life looks back on his humble origins and how he first attracted the world’s attention.
Discuss
The divisions in the chess world in the 1990s and early 2000s led to a perplexing and chaotic situation as a succession of players laid claim to a piece of the World Championship title.
Discuss
After a draw on the top board between Russia and the United States, three teams lead the open section. In the women’s section, after upsetting the Russian team, the United States is now tied for the lead with China.
Discuss
After Ukraine lost to the United States and India beat the Netherlands, India is the sole remaining undefeated and untied team in the open section of the Olympiad.
Discuss
He easily captured first place in the annual elite Sparkassen Chess Meeting tournament.
Discuss
After five rounds, the French grandmaster leads his nearest rival by a full point.
Discuss
The elite tournament has a new co-leader, but the game of the day was turned in by the tournament’s 10-time champion.
Discuss
Ponomariov was the only winner in Round 2 and now is a co-leader
Discuss
There were two decisive results in the first round of the annual elite tournament.
Discuss
The quadrennial competition is being held in China and started with the rapid competition.
Discuss
After a final round draw, the World Champion then won a playoff against Yu Yangyi, the defending champion.
Discuss
The World Champion won his penultimate game to once again claim the sole lead of the Qatar Masters Open. Two players — Vladimir Kramnik and Yu Yangyi, last year’s champion — trail by just half a point.
Discuss
The reigning titleholder’s suggestion last month to do away with the current system and replace it with a yearly elimination tournament has started a debate about the best way to determine the champion.
Discuss

More players

Cookies
Alert
We use cookies on this website to make your browsing expirience better. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies.
Ok, I got it