Sebastian Bogner

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Sebastian Bogner
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Sebastian Bogner, 2016
Country Germany (until 2013)
Switzerland (since 2013)
Born 17 January 1991 (1991-01-17) (age 27)
Pforzheim, Germany
Title Grandmaster (2009)
FIDE rating 2614 (October 2018)
Peak rating 2619 (August 2018)

Sebastian Bogner (born 17 January 1991) is a German-Swiss chess grandmaster. He represented Germany until transferring to Switzerland in 2013. He won the Swiss Chess Championship in 2018.

Chess career[edit]

Born in 1991, Bogner earned his international master title in 2005 and his grandmaster title in 2009. He competed for Germany at the 39th Chess Olympiad.[1] He transferred to Switzerland in 2013. He competed for Switzerland at the 42nd Chess Olympiad.[2] In March 2018, he competed in the European Individual Chess Championship. He placed sixty-eighth,[3] scoring 6½/11 (+4–2=5).[4] He won the Swiss Chess Championship in July 2018.[5] He is the No. 1 ranked Swiss player as of August 2018, with a rating of 2619.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 39th Chess Olympiad: Khanty-Mansiysk 2010
  2. ^ 42nd Chess Olympiad: Baku 2016
  3. ^ Staff writer(s) (28 March 2018). "European Individual Chess Championship 2018". Chess Results.
  4. ^ Staff writer(s) (28 March 2018). "European Individual Chess Championship 2018: Bogner Sebastian". Chess Results.
  5. ^ Bogner wins Swiss Championship 2018
  6. ^ Staff writer(s) (August 2018). "Federations Ranking – Switzerland". FIDE.

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