Tiger Hillarp Persson
|Tiger Hillarp Persson|
|Full name||Tiger Christopher Robin Hillarp-Persson|
28 October 1970 |
|FIDE rating||2496 (June 2017)|
|Peak rating||2618 (April 2009)|
He won tournaments in Gentofte (VISA Nordic Grand Prix), ahead of Sune Berg Hansen, Simen Agdestein, Einar Gausel, Helgi Grétarsson, Heikki Westerinen and others, York in 1999, Jersey (2000), Barcelona Sants 2003 and The Guernsey International Open (2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010). He finished second in the Nordic Chess Championship in Vammala, Finland (2005). In 2008 he was the winner of the Sigeman & Co Chess Tournament in his hometown of Malmö with an impressive 7½ points. He has won the Swedish Chess Championship twice, in 2007 and 2008. In 2009 he finished second in the C group of the Corus Chess Tournament. Representing Sweden, he scored individual bronze medals in the Chess Olympiad in Elista, 1998 and in Dresden 2008.
- Hillarp Persson, Tiger (2005). Tiger's Modern. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-9197524360.
- Hillarp Persson, Tiger (2014). The Modern Tiger. Quality Chess. ISBN 978-1-907982-83-5.
- Tiger Hillarp Persson vs Judit Polgar, Hotel Bali Stars 2003, Nimzo-Indian Defense: Kmoch Variation (E20), 1-0
- Eduardas Rozentalis vs Tiger Hillarp Persson, 12th Sigeman & Co Chess Tournament 2004, French Defense: Rubinstein, Fort Knox Variation (C10), 0-1
- Vladimir Petkov vs Tiger Hillarp Persson, 37th Chess Olympiad 2006, Slav Defense: Modern Line (D11), 0-1
- Peter Heine Nielsen vs Tiger Hillarp Persson, 20:th Politiken Cup 1998, King's Indian Defence: Orthodox Variation, Bayonet Attack (E97), 0-1
- "2008 Gibraltar Chess Festival - Who's Who". Gibraltar Chess Festival. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
- "Youngest Player Rapport Wins In Ancient Place - Chess.com". 2015-12-01. Archived from the original on December 1, 2015. Retrieved 2016-06-10.
- Tiger Hillarp Persson chess games at 365Chess.com
- Tiger Hillarp Persson player profile and games at Chessgames.com
- Tiger Hillarp Persson team chess record at OlimpBase.org
- Rating data
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