Some articles on tied:
... Kholmov made his international debut at Bucharest 1954 with a tied 3rd–4th place, on 11/17, as Viktor Korchnoi won ... He tied for 3rd-6th places at Leningrad 1955–56 with 10.5/18, as Vladimir Antoshin won ... Kholmov tied for 1st–2nd places at Dresden 1956 with Averbakh on 12/15 ...
... In 1936, he tied for 6-7th in Vienna (19th Trebitsch-Turnier Henryk Friedman won) ... In 1938, he tied for 6-7th in Bad Harzburg (Vasja Pirc won) ... In June 1939, he tied for 2nd-4th in Bad Elster (Erich Eliskases won) ...
... He won or tied for 1st in several tournaments in Berlin (1902, 1905, 1906, 1909/10, 1914) ... In strong tournaments, he tied for 11-12th at Berlin 1903 (Horatio Caro won) ... took 6th in Berlin (Richard Teichmann won), tied for 12-14th in Ostend (B tourn Ossip Bernstein and Akiba Rubinstein won), and took 20th in Carlsbad (Rubinstein ...
... In 1904, he tied for 11-12th in Coburg (14th DSB Congress Bardeleben, Carl Schlechter and Rudolf Swiderski won) ... In 1905, he tied for 7-10th in Barmen (Dawid Janowski and Géza Maróczy won) ... In 1907, he tied for 10-11th in Ostend (B tourn Bernstein and Akiba Rubinstein won) ...
... perform consistently at a high level he tied for second place at the 2001 British Chess Championship, tied for second at the strong Hastings Premier of 2002/3, took first place at the Wroxham ... Also in 2008, he tied for first place at the British Championship with GM Stuart Conquest, but lost the overall title after a two-game speed chess play-off ...
More definitions of "tied":
- (adj): Bound together by or as if by a strong rope; especially as by a bond of affection.
Example: "People tied by blood or marriage"
- (adj): Closed with a lace.
- (adj): Bound or secured closely.
Example: "The guard was found trussed up with his arms and legs securely tied"
- (adj): Fastened with strings or cords.
Example: "A neatly tied bundle"
Famous quotes containing the word tied:
“We are more tied to our faults than to our virtues.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“The worker can unionize, go out on strike; mothers are divided from each other in homes, tied to their children by compassionate bonds; our wildcat strikes have most often taken the form of physical or mental breakdown.”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“I tied down time with a rope
but it came back.
I put my head in a death bowl
and my eyes shut up like clams.
They didnt come back.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)