Nigel Short

Nigel David Short is an English chess grandmaster, columnist, coach, commentator and, since October 2018, vice-president of FIDE. Short earned the Grandmaster title at the age of 19, and was ranked third in the world by FIDE from July 1988 to July 1989. In 1993 he became the first English player to play a World Chess Championship match, when he qualified to play Garry Kasparov in the World Chess Championship 1993 in London, where Kasparov won 12½ to 7½.

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I Glek - Nigel Short
Hoogovens, Wijk aan Zee NED
1997.01.28
Chao b Li - Nigel Short
42nd Olympiad 2016, Baku AZE
2016.09.09
Vassily Ivanchuk - Nigel Short
Novgorod
1994
Nigel Short - Daniel Hugo Campora
FIDE-Wch k.o., Moscow
2001.11.28
Ilya Smirin - Nigel Short
Tilburg m
1992
Li Zunian - Nigel Short
Biel Interzonal, Biel
1985
Vassily Ivanchuk - Nigel Short
Novgorod
1994
Vassily Ivanchuk - Nigel Short
Novgorod
1994
S.P. Sethuraman - Nigel Short
42nd Olympiad 2016, Baku AZE
2016.09.10
Nigel Short - C Lutz
It, Budapest HUN
2003.04.11
Nigel Short - T Hillarp Persson
41st Olympiad Open 2014, Tromso NOR
2014.08.12
Evgeny Bareev - Nigel Short
CS Masters g25, Geneva SUI
1996.08.29
Viswanathan Anand - Nigel Short
Wijk aan Zee
1990
Nigel Short - Killian Delaney
25th Bunratty Masters, Bunratty IRL
2018.02.23
R Markus - Nigel Short
TCh-BIH, Neum BIH
2004.06.01
Igor Stohl - Nigel Short
Manila Interzonal, Manila
1990
Jan Timman - Nigel Short
Candidats final, El Escorial
1993
R Forster - Nigel Short
Korchnoi Birthday Gp A, Zurich SUI
2001.04.28