| Evgeny Postny|
| July 3, 1981 (age 34) (1981-07-03) |Evgeny Postny Wikipedia
Evgeny Postny (born July 3, 1981) is an Israeli chess grandmaster.
As a junior player, he scored very well in international competitions such as the World and European Championships, taking three major medals;Litochoro 1999, European Youth Chess Championship (under 18) - Silver
Oropesa del Mar 1999, World Youth Chess Championship (under 18) - Bronze
Rion 2001, European Junior Chess Championship (under 20) - Bronze
In the space of two weeks, the 18-year-old Postny won the 2001 Junior (under 20) Championship of Israel, won the National Open Championship, got his first grandmaster norm and received prize money totalling $3,500.
At a senior level, he has continued to enjoy success in international tournaments, with outright or shared wins occurring at;Tel Aviv 1998
Budapest 2002 (First Saturday Tournament, shared with Levente Vajda)
Budapest 2002 (Elekes, shared with Humpy Koneru)
Balatonlelle 2003 (jointly with Mark Bluvshtein)
Budapest 2003 (FST)
Bad Wiessee 2005 (shared with David Baramidze, Aleksander Delchev, Leonid Kritz and others)
Stockholm, Rilton Cup 2005/6 (with Normunds Miezis, Sergey Ivanov, Eduardas Rozentalis and Tomi Nyback)
Dresden 2006 (jointly with Alexander Graf and Igor Khenkin)
Maalot-Tarshiha 2008 (jointly with Ilya Smirin).
He was at the second place in the International chess tournament Open Teplice 2015 in Czech republic.