Sergei Tiviakov

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Sergei Tiviakov (Russian: Серге́й Тивяков; born 14 February 1973) is a Russian–Dutch chess grandmaster. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sergei Tiviakov has received more than 34,087 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Sergei Tiviakov is the 256th most popular chess player (down from 201st in 2019), the 2,215th most popular biography from Russia and the 34th most popular Russian Chess Player.

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Among chess players, Sergei Tiviakov ranks 256 out of 376Before him are Peng Zhaoqin, Ye Jiangchuan, Miguel Illescas, Anna Ushenina, Ju Wenjun, and Vladislav Tkachiev. After him are Alisa Galliamova, Jacob Aagaard, Zhang Zhong, Cristina Adela Foișor, Leinier Domínguez, and Irisberto Herrera.

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Among people born in 1973, Sergei Tiviakov ranks 628Before him are Eurelijus Žukauskas, Giuseppe Zappella, Berhane Adere, Chris Sutton, Abyss, and Svetlana Boginskaya. After him are Kristin Armstrong, Arnab Goswami, Johnny Damon, Rachel Maddow, Ids Postma, and Sharlee D'Angelo.

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Among people born in Russia, Sergei Tiviakov ranks 2,215 out of 2,688Before him are Tatiana Golovin (1988), Khetag Gazyumov (1983), Dmitry Nelyubin (1971), Igor Smolnikov (1988), Ihar Makarau (1979), and Sergei Zubov (1970). After him are Maria Stepanova (1979), Glukoza (1986), Alisa Galliamova (1972), Aleksey Kazakov (1976), Victor Glushkov (1982), and Olga Kaniskina (1985).


Among chess players born in Russia, Sergei Tiviakov ranks 34Before him are Alexandra Kosteniuk (1984), Irina Levitina (1954), Peter Svidler (1976), Andrei Sokolov (1963), Leonid Yudasin (1959), and Ian Nepomniachtchi (1990). After him are Alisa Galliamova (1972), Sergei Shipov (1966), Vadim Milov (1972), Anish Giri (1994), Sergei Rublevsky (1974), and Dmitry Jakovenko (1983).

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