Number of games in database: 60
Years covered: 1921 to 1945
Overall record: +27 -23 =10 (53.3%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
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K Richter vs K Skalicka, 1936 1/2-1/2
Vladimir Petrov vs K Skalicka, 1936 0-1
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(born Nov-01-1896, died Dec-10-1979, 83 years old) Czech Republic (federation/nationality Argentina)
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Dr. Karel (Carlos) Skalička (he also used the pseudonym Karoly Mitovsky) was a Czech master who remained in Argentina following the outbreak of World War II. At the Prague Olympiad of 1931, he won the individual gold medal on the first reserve board with a score of +9 -2 =3.
Wikipedia article: Karel Skalička
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|Aug-21-03|| ||Honza Cervenka: Karel Skalicka or also Carlos Skalicka (after his emigration to Argentina in 1939) |
|Mar-17-08|| ||Gypsy: Dr. Karel (Carlos) Skalicka (*1896 +1979)
Best World Rank: #20 (1931-1932)
Highest Rating: 2606
|Mar-17-08|| ||whiteshark: Here is a picture from Podebrady 1936, <Skalicka> (top row) between Richter and Alekhine.|
|Mar-17-08|| ||whiteshark: Bio: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karel_...|
|Mar-17-08|| ||Gypsy: <whiteshark> Great picture. |
Btw, that must be Kurt Richter, not Emil -- Emil did not play in Podebrady, 1936.
Podebrady, 1936 must have been a pretty strong tournament: 1.Flohr (+9) 2.Alekhine (+8) 3.Foltys (+5) 4-5.Stahlberg and Pirc (+4) 6.Eliskases(+2) ...
|Mar-17-08|| ||Resignation Trap: Another photo from Podebrady 1936. This one has Pirc and Frydman, but not Fazekas: http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/... .|
|Oct-26-13|| ||Karpova: Championship Tournament of the Chess Club "Dobrusky", Prague (11 rounds):|
1. Dr. K Skalicka 10.5
2-4. J Dobias
2-4. Ing. K Krofta
2-4. E Sudi
5-6. S Sery
5-6. Dr. A Vitkovsky
followed by Karlinsky, Potemkin, Dr. Tereba, Stepanek, Hasek and Starch.
From page 63 of the February 1924 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'
|Nov-01-15|| ||Fusilli: One of the many European masters that played the Buenos Aires Olympiad in 1939 and remained in Argentina after the outbreak of World War II. Needless to say, the most prominent of these was the great Miguel Najdorf.|
|Apr-11-18|| ||mifralu: Karoly Mitovsky is a pseudonym for Karel Skalicka|
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