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Valery Salov was born on 26 May, 1964 in Wrocław, Poland. Discover Valery Salov’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||26 May 1964|
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Valery Salov Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Valery Salov
In a long May 2015 interview with Chess-News (currently only available in Russian), he touched on a number of subjects, in particular, how for various reasons he was forced out of competitive chess (due to a lack of invitations), that the Kasparov–Karpov matches were a Kabbalistic “ritual” of Freemasonry, that the Kasparov–Anand match at the World Trade Center was related to the 11 September terrorist attacks in the United States, and other sundry theories. He is currently involved with political economy at universities near Madrid.
In 2009, at the Chigorin Chess Club in St. Petersburg, Salov delivered lectures in which he took up the role of a current “chess outsider” in order to critique the previous decade in chess. In particular, he discussed the problems raised by the increasing role of computers in chess opening preparation and the prospects for dealing with these problems by means of a shift from traditional chess to Fischer Random Chess (also called Chess960). He also discussed his views on several events in Russian politics.
He has not played any FIDE-rated tournaments since January 2000.
A resident of Spain, he tied for 3rd to 5th place in the Category 19 strength Dos Hermanas International Tournament in 1997.
In 1994, he won both the 16-player Tilburg knockout event and the thematic Polugaevsky 60th Birthday Tournament in Buenos Aires, defeating Karpov with both colors in the latter.
He qualified twice for the Candidates Tournament for the World Chess Championship. In the 1988 Candidates Tournament for the 1990 Classical Chess World Championship he was defeated in the round of 16 (the first match) by Jan Timman (+0−1=5). In the Candidates Tournament for the 1996 FIDE World Chess Championship he won his first two matches against Alexander Khalifman (+4−0=2) and Jan Timman (+2−1=5) to reach the quarterfinals, where he was defeated by Gata Kamsky (+0−4=3).
Salov was awarded the International Master title in 1984 and the Grandmaster title in 1986. He was the World under-17 Champion in 1980 and the European Junior Champion in 1983–84. He shared first place with Alexander Beliavsky in the 1987 USSR Championship, but he lost the tiebreaker match with Beliavsky (+0−2=2). At the 1988 USSR Championship he finished tied for third with Artur Yusupov, behind Anatoly Karpov and Garry Kasparov.
Valery Salov (born 26 May 1964) is a Russian chess grandmaster who was once ranked the third best player in the world.