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Georgy Konstantinovich Borisenko
  
Number of games in database: 410
Years covered: 1950 to 1998
Last FIDE rating: 2354

Overall record: +132 -129 =149 (50.4%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 Nimzo Indian (64) 
    E21 E53 E58 E55 E59
 King's Indian (31) 
    E75 E73 E69 E86 E60
 Orthodox Defense (27) 
    D50 D61 D58 D52 D59
 Queen's Gambit Accepted (14) 
    D21 D28 D25 D24 D26
 Modern Benoni (13) 
    A61 A56 A58 A60
 Grunfeld (13) 
    D92 D94 D82 D83 D87
With the Black pieces:
 Ruy Lopez (46) 
    C79 C96 C99 C77 C91
 Ruy Lopez, Closed (29) 
    C96 C99 C91 C97 C85
 King's Indian (27) 
    E80 E62 E97 E98 E61
 Sicilian (17) 
    B69 B89 B47 B56 B62
 English (15) 
    A10 A14 A13 A17 A15
 Nimzo Indian (10) 
    E40 E46 E34 E21
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   A Rubezov vs G Borisenko, 1960 0-1
   Botvinnik vs G Borisenko, 1955 1/2-1/2
   I Figler vs G Borisenko, 1971 0-1
   Korchnoi vs G Borisenko, 1950 0-1
   Polugaevsky vs G Borisenko, 1954 0-1
   Bronstein vs G Borisenko, 1961 0-1
   G Borisenko vs Geller, 1950 1-0
   Geller vs G Borisenko, 1955 0-1
   G Borisenko vs V Tarasov, 1961 1-0
   G Borisenko vs Furman, 1955 1/2-1/2

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   USSR Championship 1964/65 (1964)
   USSR Championship (1955)
   USSR Championship (1950)
   USSR Championship (1956)
   USSR Championship 1961a (1961)
   USSR Championship (1958)
   USSR Championship (1967)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   4th Correspondence World Championship Final by crawfb5
   1997 World Seniors' championship by gauer

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GEORGY KONSTANTINOVICH BORISENKO
(born May-25-1922, died Dec-03-2012, 90 years old) Uzbekistan

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Georgy Konstantinovich Borisenko was born in Chuhuiv*. Awarded the IMC title in 1961 and the GMC title in 1966, he finished 2nd in the World Correspondence Championship of 1965. He was joint USSR Correspondence Champion in 1957 and 1962. Uzbekistani champion in 1966, 1968 and 1971. He was married to Valentina Borisenko-Belova.

*Wikipedia article: Chuhuiv

Wikipedia article: Georgy Borisenko

Last updated: 2018-04-12 15:24:09

 page 1 of 17; games 1-25 of 410  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. G Borisenko vs G Fridstein  ½-½281950URS-ch sfE30 Nimzo-Indian, Leningrad
2. Korchnoi vs G Borisenko 0-1381950URS-ch sfC34 King's Gambit Accepted
3. G Borisenko vs Lilienthal  ½-½301950URS-ch sfD87 Grunfeld, Exchange
4. G Ilivitsky vs G Borisenko  0-1641950URS-ch sfE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
5. Simagin vs G Borisenko  1-0401950URS-ch sfE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
6. G Borisenko vs N Gusev  1-0351950URS-ch sfD44 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
7. G Borisenko vs V Liublinsky ½-½451950USSR ChampionshipE21 Nimzo-Indian, Three Knights
8. Boleslavsky vs G Borisenko  ½-½281950USSR ChampionshipE34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation
9. G Borisenko vs Flohr 0-1331950USSR ChampionshipD21 Queen's Gambit Accepted
10. Petrosian vs G Borisenko 1-0591950USSR ChampionshipE80 King's Indian, Samisch Variation
11. G Borisenko vs Averbakh  ½-½181950USSR ChampionshipE59 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Main line
12. Lipnitsky vs G Borisenko 1-0661950USSR ChampionshipE40 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3
13. G Borisenko vs Smyslov 1-0431950USSR ChampionshipE21 Nimzo-Indian, Three Knights
14. Konstantinopolsky vs G Borisenko  ½-½381950USSR ChampionshipC89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall
15. G Borisenko vs Geller 1-0431950USSR ChampionshipE68 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Classical Variation, 8.e4
16. Keres vs G Borisenko 1-0371950USSR ChampionshipA20 English
17. G Borisenko vs Bondarevsky  ½-½421950USSR ChampionshipD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
18. Suetin vs G Borisenko 1-0581950USSR ChampionshipC89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall
19. G Borisenko vs Tolush  ½-½471950USSR ChampionshipE78 King's Indian, Four Pawns Attack, with Be2 and Nf3
20. V Mikenas vs G Borisenko  1-0671950USSR ChampionshipE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
21. G Borisenko vs Alatortsev 0-1341950USSR ChampionshipE43 Nimzo-Indian, Fischer Variation
22. G Borisenko vs Sokolsky  1-0571950USSR ChampionshipE26 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch
23. Aronin vs G Borisenko ½-½811950USSR ChampionshipC97 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin
24. V Mikenas vs G Borisenko  0-1411951URS-ch sfE14 Queen's Indian
25. I Lyskov vs G Borisenko  0-1421951URS-ch sfC90 Ruy Lopez, Closed
 page 1 of 17; games 1-25 of 410  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-29-04  checkpat: Boris & co?
Is this a pseudo for Spassky? lol
Sep-29-04  siggemannen: this guy can be used as another of those chessgames.com puns LOL
Sep-30-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  chessgames.com: Many thanks to Honza Cervenka for supplying several hundred more games by this player.
Sep-30-04  AdrianP: Thanks, Honza
Sep-30-04  Simagin: Georgy Konstantinovch Borisenko
Born 22 may 1922
master of sports 1950
IM at Iccf 1961
GM at Iccf 1966
Joint winner of 3rd and 5th Ussr cc championship
Runnerup in 4th cc WC
Dec-26-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: My information has Georgy Konstantinovich Borisenko born on 25th May 1922 in Zhivet. I wonder which is correct?
May-25-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Happy birthday, GM Borisenko.

2007 notice: "The 85th birthday of Georgy Borisenko, the Master of Sports, the participant of 8 USSR Championships, the prize winner of the Leningrad championship in 1953, the ICCF Grandmaster." http://www.e3e5.com/newsitem.php?id...

Bio: http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgy... (Dutch)

May-25-09  WhiteRook48: Boris & co?
Maybe the company's Spassky's 35 assistants in the Spassky-Fischer World Championship Match (!)
May-25-12  waustad: In case you care, http://chessmetrics.com/cm/CM2/Play... has him at 2600+ in the 1950s.
May-25-12  LoveThatJoker: Happy Birthday, GMC Borisenko!

LTJ

Jul-09-12  Resignation Trap: Recent article about Borisenko:
http://mytashkent.uz/2012/05/26/v-g...
Dec-16-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  Stonehenge: He died two weeks ago. RIP GMC Borisenko.

http://www.fide.com/component/conte...

Jan-22-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  Chessical: From the article brought to our attention by Resignation Trap:

"I never worked within a coaching group, instead I went a completely different way, on an independent path. It so happened that I was taught to play chess by a worker in a camp in 1931... A large role in my development was the fact that in my youth I acted as a the demonstration board operator at several major tournaments: the 1936 championship of Leningrad, Young Masters Tournament, and a tournament with Fine in 1937. Working on a demonstration board was very interesting... I mentally tried to play the game on, guess the moves, and then compare my analysis with the actual masters' moves".

Dec-17-18  Olavi: This game is not in this database. Borisenko needed to win to become an IM, and according to Tibor Florian the game was continued on the train Gyula - Budapest, until Korchnoi persuaded GB to agree a draw.

Borisenko, Georgy K - Forintos, Gyozo V Asztalos mem, Gyula 1965

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Re1 b5 7. Bb3 d6 8. c3 O-O 9. h3 Be6 10. d4 Bxb3 11. axb3 Re8 12. d5 Nb8 13. Na3 Nbd7 14. Qe2 Qc8 15. Bg5 Nh5 16. Be3 Nhf6 17. Nd2 c6 18. c4 b4 19. Nc2 a5 20. Rec1 h6 21. Ne1 c5 22. g3 Nb6 23. Kg2 a4 24. Nd3 Nfd7 25. bxa4 Nxa4 26. Qd1 Nab6 27. Rxa8 Qxa8 28. b3 Qb7 29. Qg4 Nf6 30. Qf3 Ra8 31. Rb1 Ra3 32. Nc1 Qa6 33. Rb2 Ra1 34. Qd1 Nbd7 35. Qc2 Nh7 36. h4 Nhf6 37. f3 Nh5 38. Nf1 Ra3 39. Nd3 Kh7 40. Bf2 g6 41. Ne3 Qa8 42. Qc1 Ra1 43. Qd2 Nhf6 44. Nc2 Ra2 45. Qc1 Bf8 46. Qb1 Ra6 47. Be3 Bg7 48. Nf2 Kg8 49. Qc1 Kh7 50. Qd2 Ra2 51. Ne1 Ra1 52. Ned3 Qa3 53. Qc2 Qa5 54. Nc1 Ra3 55. Bd2 Qa8 56. Ra2 Rxa2 57. Nxa2 Qa3 58. Qb1 Kg8 59. Nc1 Qa5 60. Ncd3 Kh7 61. Bc1 Qa8 62. Bb2 Nh5 63. Ng4 Bh8 64. Ndf2 Bg7 65. Nh3 Qa5 66. Ng1 Nhf6 67. Nf2 Nh5 68. Ne2 Qa8 69. Bc1 Nhf6 70. Kf1 Qa5 71. Ke1 Qa8 72. Kd1 Qa5 73. Bb2 Qa8 74. Kc2 Nh5 75. Ng4 Nhf6 76. Ne3 Nh5 77. Qh1 Kg8 78. Kb1 Qe8 79. Bc1 Qd8 80. Bd2 Kh7 81. Qh3 Nb6 82. Qh2 Qa8 83. Nc1 Qa3 84. Nc2 Qa8 85. Nd3 Nf6 86. Bc1 Qa6 87. Ne3 Qa8 88. Nf1 Nbd7 89. Qh3 Qe8 90. Qg2 Qa8 91. Bb2 Qe8 92. Kc2 Nh5 93. Ne3 Qa8 94. Qh3 Qe8 95. Bc1 Nb6 96. Qh2 Nf6 97. Kb1 Qa8 98. Nf1 Nbd7 99. Qh3 Qe8 100. Be3 Qd8 101. g4 Ng8 102. Nd2 Ne7 103. g5 h5 104. Kc2 Nc8 105. Qh1 Qa5 106. Qb1 Qa6 107. Kd1 Qa3 108. Ke2 Kg8 109. Nf1 Ncb6 110. Bc1 Qa8 111. Ne3 Kf8 112. Bb2 Kg8 113. Nf1 Nf8 114. Nd2 Nfd7 115. Qf1 Qf8 116. Qg1 Kh7 117. Qh2 Qe7 118. Nf1 Kg8 119. Ne3 Qf8 120. Qh1 Qa8 121. Qb1 Qf8 122. Ng2 Kh7 123. Bc1 Kg8 124. Be3 Qa8 125. Nge1 Qa3 126. Nc2 Qa8 127. Kd2 Kh7 128. Nce1 Qa3 129. Kd1 Kg8 130. Bc1 Qa6 131. Nb2 Nf8 132. Nbd3 Nfd7 133. Ng2 Qc8 134. Qa2 Qa8 135. Qb2 Qa6 136. Ne3 Qa8 137. Bd2 1/2-1/2

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