Leko, Peter

Peter Leko is a Hungarian chess grandmaster. He became the world's youngest grandmaster in 1994. A two-time World Championship Candidate, he challenged Vladimir Kramnik in the Classical World Chess Championship 2004 and drew the match 7–7, with Kramnik retaining the title.

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Leko, Peter - Bacrot, Etienne
Sparkassen GM, Dortmund GER
2009.07.06
Leko, Peter - Jakovenko, Dmitry
FIDE Grand Prix, Elista RUS
2008.12.22
Leko, Peter - Caruana, Fabiano
Bundesliga 2018-19, Berlin GER
2019.03.01
Svidler, Peter - Leko, Peter
4th FIDE GP, Nalchik RUS
2009.04.24
Leko, Peter - Gelfand, Boris
4th FIDE GP, Nalchik RUS
2009.04.26
Leko, Peter - Svidler, Peter
Tal Memorial Blitz, Moscow RUS
2008.08.30
Kramnik, Vladimir - Leko, Peter
Tal Memorial, Moscow RUS
2009.11.13
Leko, Peter - Topalov, Veselin
18th Amber Blindfold, Nice FRA
2009.03.20
Leko, Peter - Kasparov, Gary
XX SuperGM, Linares ESP
2003.02.24