Evgeny Postny, 2008
|Full name||Evgeny Postny|
|Born||July 3, 1981|
|FIDE rating||2606 (March 2017)
(No. 101 in the January 2012 FIDE World Rankings)
|Peak rating||2674 (October 2008)|
As a junior player, he scored very well in international competitions such as the World and European Championships, taking three major medals;
- Litochoro 1999, European Youth Chess Championship (under 18) - Silver
- Oropesa del Mar 1999, World Youth Chess Championship (under 18) - Bronze
- Rion 2001, European Junior Chess Championship (under 20) - Bronze
In the space of two weeks, the 18-year-old Postny won the 2001 Junior (under 20) Championship of Israel, won the National Open Championship, got his first grandmaster norm and received prize money totalling $3,500.
At a senior level, he has continued to enjoy success in international tournaments, with outright or shared wins occurring at;
- Tel Aviv 1998
- Budapest 2002 (First Saturday Tournament, shared with Levente Vajda)
- Budapest 2002 (Elekes, shared with Humpy Koneru)
- Balatonlelle 2003 (jointly with Mark Bluvshtein)
- Budapest 2003 (FST)
- Bad Wiessee 2005 (shared with David Baramidze, Aleksander Delchev, Leonid Kritz and others)
- Stockholm, Rilton Cup 2005/6 (with Normunds Miezis, Sergey Ivanov, Eduardas Rozentalis and Tomi Nyback)
- Metz 2006
- Dresden 2006 (jointly with Alexander Graf and Igor Khenkin)
- Maalot-Tarshiha 2008 (jointly with Ilya Smirin).
- Nancy 2010
- Polish Wikipedia entry
-  2001 New York Times article (Robert Byrne)
- Crowther, Mark (2008-01-21). "TWIC 689: Maalot-Tarshiha". London Chess Center. Retrieved 31 December 2009.
- Crowther, Mark (2010-02-28). "TWIC: 8th Nancy Festival 2010". London Chess Centre. Retrieved 1 June 2010.
- "The Week in Chess 1076". theweekinchess.com. Retrieved 2016-04-03.