“…Tensor Chess …as a computer game, …will …gain great popularity. This new game is dynamic and unpredictable and as such, this game may attract many fans of intellectual games.”
Grandmaster Ian Aleksandrovich Nepomniachtchi
Ian Aleksandrovich Nepomniachtchi was a member of the gold medal-winning Russian team at the 2013 World Team Chess Championship in Antalya and at the 2015 European Team Chess Championship in Reykjavík. Nepomniachtchi won the 2010 Russian Superfinal and European Individual titles. He also won the 2016 Tal Memorial and 2008 and 2015 Aeroflot Open. In October 2016, Nepomniachtchi was ranked fourth in the world in both rapid chess and blitz chess. He has won two silver medals in the World Rapid Championship and a silver medal at the World Blitz Championship as well as winning the 2008 Ordix Open.Nepomniachtchi won the European Youth Chess Championship three times. In 2000, he won the under-10 category, and in 2001 and 2002, he came first in the U12 championship.