GM Vladimir Fedoseev

Full name
Vladimir Fedoseev
Born
Feb 16, 1995 (age 24)
Place of birth
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Federation
Russia
Profiles

Russian Grandmaster Vladimir Fedoseev burst onto the chess scene when he became a Grandmaster at the age of 16 and hasn’t looked back. Placing well in multiple tournaments since then, this young prodigy has rocketed his way to the top of the world junior rankings, peaking at number 4. Always playing interesting games, this young Grandmaster has recently achieved his best rating and is sure to continue being a force to reckon with as he charges toward the elite super-GMs that are near in his sights.

Vladimir Fedoseev was born in Russia in 1995. He became a FIDE Master in 2008, an International Master in 2010. In the same year that he became an International Master, he tied for second place with many Grandmasters at the Chigorin Memorial. In the next year, 2011, he became a Grandmaster at the age of 16. In 2011 he had many good performances in tournaments, both individual and team events. He came in second place at the 2011 U-18 World Championship and also won the silver medal on board 2 for the Russian team who won the gold medal at the World Youth U-16 Olympiad. In 2011 he also tied for fourth place at the Higher League of the Russian Chess Championship. In 2012, Fedoseev scored a respectable 5.5/9 score against 9 Grandmaster opponents at the Aeroflot Open. In 2013, he was the clear winner of the European U-18 Championship. Recently he has ascended to become the fourth highest rated junior player in the world with a rating of 2668. As he continues to improve, we will be seeing more of this young, talented player in the future.

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Most Played Openings

White Pieces
Van't Kruijs Opening (1) : A00
Caro-Kann Defense (38) : B13 B12 B10 B16
Neo-Gruenfeld Defense with 3...d5 (2) : D73 D70
Queen's Indian Defense (14) : E12 E15 E17 E16 E14
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack (2) : A01
Scotch Game (9) : C45 C44
Gruenfeld Defense (11) : D85 D91 D80 D86 D92 D83
Reti Opening (16) : A05 A06 A04
Queen's Pawn Opening (8) : D02 A41 D00 A40
Queen's Gambit Accepted (5) : D24 D20 D27
Bogo-Indian Defense (5) : E11
Four Knights Game (5) : C48 C49 C47 C46
Giuoco Piano Game (14) : C50 C53 C51
Pirc Defense (15) : B09 B07 B08
Petrov's Defense (4) : C42 C43
Van Geet Opening (1) : A00
Bird's Opening (3) : A03
Semi-Slav Defense (13) : D43 D45 D44
Italian Game (2) : C55
Bishop's Opening (1) : C24
Catalan Opening (3) : E04 E00 E05
Alekhine Defense (4) : B02 B04
Benoni Defense (3) : A60 A65 A61
Trompowsky Attack (8) : A45
Budapest Defense (1) : A52
Hungarian Opening (2) : A00
King's Indian Attack (14) : A07
Modern Defense (7) : B06 A42
Scandinavian Defense (3) : B01
Torre Attack (3) : A46
Benko Gambit Fully-Accepted (1) : A58
Semi-Slav Defense Accepted (2) : D44
English Defense (1) : A40
Undefined (2) : A00
Neo-Gruenfeld Defense (2) : D78 D73
Old Benoni Defense (2) : A43 A56
Blumenfeld Countergambit Accepted (1) : E10
Modern Defense with 1.e4 (1) : B06
Philidor Defense (1) : C41
London System (1) : A48
Black Pieces
Queen's Pawn Opening (12) : D02 A41 A40 D00
Reti Opening (17) : A04 A05 A06 A09
Queen's Gambit Declined (37) : D30 D31 D35 D38 D37 D44 D41
King's Indian Attack (12) : A07 A08
Catalan Opening (8) : E00 E01
King's Pawn Opening (5) : B00 C40
Petrov's Defense (7) : C42 C43
Four Knights Game (3) : C46 C47
Torre Attack (1) : A46
Pirc Defense (2) : B08 B07
Center Game Accepted (1) : C22
Vienna Game (2) : C26
Scotch Game (4) : C45 C44
Semi-Slav Defense (13) : D44 D43 D45 D47
Modern Defense (15) : B06 A42
Dutch Defense (4) : A80 A84 A90
Italian Game (3) : C55 C50
Giuoco Piano Game (6) : C53 C50
Modern Defense with 1.e4 (3) : B06
London System (2) : A48
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack (1) : A01
Modern Defense with 1.d4 (4) : A40
Benoni Defense (2) : A60
Queen's Indian Defense (6) : E17 E15 E14 E16 E12
Queen's Gambit Accepted (3) : D20
Alekhine Defense (1) : B02
Trompowsky Attack (2) : A45
Bird's Opening (1) : A03
Bogo-Indian Defense (2) : E11
Hungarian Opening (3) : A00
Neo-Gruenfeld Defense (4) : D78 D79 D73
Philidor Defense (1) : C41
Old Benoni Defense (1) : A43
Undefined (2) : A00
Tarrasch Defense (8) : D33 D32 D34
Semi-Slav Defense Accepted (2) : D44
Bishop's Opening (1) : C28
Van't Kruijs Opening (1) : A00
Benko Gambit Half-Accepted (1) : A57
Colle System (1) : D05
Ponziani Opening (1) : C44
Benko Gambit Declined (1) : A57

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