Aryan Tari is a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster born on June 4, 1999 in Stavanger, Norway. Tari was awarded the title of Grandmaster in 2016, both the International Master and the title of FIDE Master in 2013. As of August 2022, Tari’s FIDE rating was 2672 while his Peak rating was 2672 as of July 2022. In 2015 & 2019 Tari triumphed at the Norwegian championship, as well as the 2017 World Junior Chess Tournament. Tari is Norway’s second most ranked competitor as of November 2021, trailing only present World Title winner Magnus Carlsen.
Tari has been playing chess since when Tari was five years old. Tari won in the Norwegian Chess Tournament Junior category in 2012, advancing him to the tournament category in 2013. Tari triumphed in the 2015 Tournament after finishing 8th in 2013, 2nd in 2014, and 8th in 2015. Tari is the 3rd youngest contestant to accomplish this remarkable achievement, following Simen Agdestein and Magnus Carlsen, both of whom ended up winning at the age of 15.
Tari placed 7th in the Open Norwegian Tournament in Fagernes in March 2013 and earned a norm for the Grandmaster title, becoming the 2nd youngest Norwegian competitor to achieve this in the period. Tari earned his 2nd Grandmaster norm in 9-sets at the 2015 European Team Chess tournament in Reykjavik, where Tari participated in the 3rd set for Norway and achieved 6 points.
Tari scored 7.5 out of 11 points at the European Individual Chess Tournament, which took place from May 12 to May 23, 2016. This garnered him a 22nd place finish and a spot in the 2017 Chess World Cup in Tbilisi, during which Tari was knocked out in the 2nd set after being defeated 1.5-0.5 by Aleksandr Lenderman.
In 2015 and 2019 Tari won the Norwegian championship, as well as the 2017 World Junior Chess Tournament.
Tari is Norway’s second most ranked competitor as of November 2021, trailing only present World Title winner Magnus Carlsen.
Aryan Tari vs Magnus Carlsen – Norway Chess Round 14 (Armageddon), Stavanger NOR, June 07, 2022
Aryan Tari vs Dagur Arngrimsson – Reykjavik Open Round 3 – Reykjavik ISL – March 11, 2015
Aryan Tari vs Andrey Esipenko – Tata Steel Masters Round 11 – Wijk aan Zee NED, January 29, 2021