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Lhamsuren Myagmarsuren
Number of games in database: 164
Years covered: 1957 to 1991
Last FIDE rating: 2199
Highest rating achieved in database: 2390
Overall record: +54 -65 =45 (46.6%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.

MOST PLAYED OPENINGS
With the White pieces:
 Sicilian (29) 
    B31 B40 B53 B91 B52
 Queen's Pawn Game (12) 
    A45 D01 D00
 French Defense (7) 
    C00 C18 C14
 French (5) 
    C00
 Pirc (5) 
    B08
 Three Knights (5) 
    C46
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (27) 
    B29 B28 B21 B50 B40
 Ruy Lopez (12) 
    C64 C81 C65 C70 C82
 King's Indian (6) 
    E83 E90 E63 E67 E80
 English (4) 
    A13 A16 A14
 Ruy Lopez, Open (4) 
    C81 C82
 Queen's Gambit Declined (4) 
    D37 D31 D35
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   Nezhmetdinov vs Myagmarsuren, 1965 0-1
   P Klein vs Myagmarsuren, 1960 0-1
   Myagmarsuren vs H MacGrillen, 1972 1-0
   Myagmarsuren vs Ivkov, 1967 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   Sousse Interzonal (1967)

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LHAMSUREN MYAGMARSUREN
(born Feb-17-1938, 76 years old) Mongolia

[what is this?]
Lhamsuren Myagmarsuren was awarded the IM title in 1966. He also competed in the Interzonal tournament in Sousse, Tunisia 1967.

Wikipedia article: Lkhams%C3%BCrengiin Myagmars%C3%BCren


 page 1 of 7; games 1-25 of 164  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. I Asmundsson vs Myagmarsuren  1-041 1957 WchT U26 04thE80 King's Indian, Samisch Variation
2. F Blatny vs Myagmarsuren  1-035 1957 WchT U26 04thA07 King's Indian Attack
3. D D van Geet vs Myagmarsuren 1-031 1958 Varna students olmA00 Uncommon Opening
4. C Papapostolou vs Myagmarsuren  0-135 1960 Leipzig olm fCB29 Sicilian, Nimzovich-Rubinstein
5. P Klein vs Myagmarsuren 0-16 1960 Leipzig olm fCB56 Sicilian
6. Myagmarsuren vs A Paidousis  1-049 1960 Leipzig olm prelim3B18 Caro-Kann, Classical
7. Myagmarsuren vs Savon  ½-½65 1960 WchT U26 07thB92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation
8. Hort vs Myagmarsuren 0-141 1960 Leipzig olm prelim3E67 King's Indian, Fianchetto
9. C B van den Berg vs Myagmarsuren  0-141 1960 WchT U26 07thB05 Alekhine's Defense, Modern
10. Myagmarsuren vs K Cormier  1-024 1960 Leipzig olm fCB40 Sicilian
11. K Lagha vs Myagmarsuren  0-141 1962 Varna olm prelim2E83 King's Indian, Samisch
12. R Roth vs Myagmarsuren  ½-½37 1962 Varna olm fBB29 Sicilian, Nimzovich-Rubinstein
13. Myagmarsuren vs P Reissmann  1-088 1962 Varna olm prelim2B54 Sicilian
14. Myagmarsuren vs H Westerinen  ½-½35 1962 Varna olm fBC00 French Defense
15. D Byrne vs Myagmarsuren 1-044 1962 Varna olm prelim2A16 English
16. P Limbos vs Myagmarsuren  ½-½21 1962 Varna olm fBB29 Sicilian, Nimzovich-Rubinstein
17. P Gebauer vs Myagmarsuren  ½-½31 1962 Varna olm prelim2B23 Sicilian, Closed
18. Myagmarsuren vs R Ortega ½-½20 1962 Varna olm fBA04 Reti Opening
19. A Olsson vs Myagmarsuren 0-139 1962 Varna olm fBB29 Sicilian, Nimzovich-Rubinstein
20. Myagmarsuren vs Soos  0-133 1962 Varna olm prelim2B74 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
21. E Franco Raymundo vs Myagmarsuren  0-134 1962 Varna olm fBE83 King's Indian, Samisch
22. Myagmarsuren vs Kraidman  1-042 1962 Varna olm fBC25 Vienna
23. Myagmarsuren vs Minev  ½-½57 1962 Varna olm prelim2C49 Four Knights
24. Myagmarsuren vs J Thorvaldsson  1-040 1962 Varna olm fBA08 King's Indian Attack
25. Frode Soby vs Myagmarsuren 1-050 1962 Varna olm fBE63 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Panno Variation
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Mar-25-07  sleepkid: http://www.chessbase.de/2005/leipzi...

The man himself...

Jan-19-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  PhilFeeley: "Famous" for losing this game against the man of the day:

Fischer vs Myagmarsuren, 1967

Aug-23-08  myschkin: . . .

<Lkhamsürengiin Myagmarsüren>

He is more commonly known in English as Lhamsuren Myagmarsuren.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lhamsu...

Fide ID: 4900081

Jul-01-09  percyblakeney: Still playing tournaments:

http://www.chesscenter.com/twic/twi...

Feb-17-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Born on Febr. 17, 1938

Happy Birthday!

May-22-10  SU1989: I was looking at the famous Fischer vs Myagmarsuren, 1967 game and ended up in Myagmarsuren's page. I was surprised to see that he's from Mongolia. I always thought he was Scandinavian.
May-22-10  Peter Nemenyi: LM wasn't Fischer's first Mongolian opponent, since he beat S. Purevzhav at Varna in 1962. That was the game in which (according to Soltis) Bobby was so confused by Purevzhav's name he just entered "Fischer" and "A Mongolian" at the top of his scoresheet.
May-22-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: <Peter Nemenyi> It's interesting that Bobby isn't listed in the S Purevzhav games file. Is the game listed as played by some other opponent?
May-22-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: Might be this one Fischer vs Purevhav, 1962
May-23-10  Peter Nemenyi: Yes, that's the game. Well spotted.
May-23-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Fusilli: <<Peter Nemenyi> That was the game in which (according to Soltis) Bobby was so confused by Purevzhav's name he just entered "Fischer" and "A Mongolian" at the top of his scoresheet.>

Well, "confused" must be Soltis' kind, and subservient, way to put it, but this is just one more piece of evidence of how rude (and in this case probably also racist) Fischer was. I wonder if he wrote "A Jew" when he played Botvinnik or "A black guy" whenever he played any.

My last name is Sana, and it annoys me when, in tournaments, my opponent handles me their scoresheet and asks me to write down my name. Do they forget a freaking four-letter name on the walk from the round pairings board to the playing table? As a sign of respect, I always remember or write down my opponents name. Worst I've done was to ask GM Kidambi Sundararajan to confirm that I had spelled his name correctly, but first I gave it a try, I didn't ask him to be my secretary.

To ask your opponent to write down his name on your own scoresheet sends the message "you don't exist to me", or, to say the least, "I am too lazy to bother". Guess which of the two Fischer intended? He could have looked up his opponent's name, but no, he was <Fischer> and his opponent was <A Mongolian>.

May-24-10  diceman: <Fusilli:
Guess which of the two Fischer intended? He could have looked up his opponent's name, but no, he was <Fischer> and his opponent was <A Mongolian>>

Im glad you've shown your complete ignorence of the story.

Well, I'll let you get back to hating white people.

May-24-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Fusilli: <diceman> Huh? In one sentence you accused me of racist and ignorant, without the slightest evidence of either. And all that in the most cryptic way. And anonymously, of course. So easy and cowardly to post insults on the internet. Grow up.
May-24-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jim Bartle: Fusilli: diceman doesn't like to go into the substance of a story, just toss around insults such as referring to the "ignorence" of others. Take a look on the Rogoff page.
May-24-10  micartouse: I agree with Fusilli about the value of showing respect. My last name is really long and whacked out, and I couldn't care less if people misspelled it or asked me for the spelling. But I'm surprised that it's usually titled players (who I wouldn't expect to give me the time of day) who come to the board with my name already spelled out correctly. Though I'm not protective of my name, I appreciate attempts at honorable combat - it shows respect for yourself and for the game.
May-24-10  diceman: <Fusilli:
Huh? In one sentence you accused me of racist and ignorant>

Yes here the racist part:

<(and in this case probably also racist) >

Your words not mine.

Ignorance refers to your lack of knowledge of the facts

All the writing was in Cyrillic so Fischer could not just read wall charts or signs to get the name.
He asked the guy but he couldn’t speak English.

I would assume there was a rule that your score sheet had to be filled out. (he assumed “A Mongolian” would do until the officials were brought into the mix later)

My guess is had the same circumstances happened with an “Italian“, “A German“. He would have done the same thing.

You also brought up your experience with your own name. I would suggest you bring that up with them.

My points are simple:
Know what you are talking about.
(before you start implying racism)
Don’t blame Fischer for the way your opponents treat you.

When you fall for the simple crutch:
White guy vs. other guy = racism.
Some may think you’re the racist.

Jun-15-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  al wazir: Fischer knew the Cyrillic alphabet. He subscribed to a Russian-language chess periodical. (I think it was _Shakhmaty v SSSR_.) He probably couldn't read much more than the names of the players and the pieces, but he had to be able to read that much.
Sep-21-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Fusilli: <al wazir> Thank you. I do remember reading that Fischer knew the Cyrillic alphabet and consulted Russian chess literature.

<micartouse> Nice to know your experience with your name and the behavior of titled players. I remember reading in a British chess magazine a column written by a coach who said he advised his students to ask with a straight face for their opponent's name no matter how famous their opponent was ("even if it is Kasparov" he wrote). He clarified that this was to send the message that they didn't respect the opponent, so as to get an upper psychological hand. What a pathetic kind of advice to give to kids. "Grow up to be a total douchebag" would equally do.

Sep-22-10  BobCrisp: And this coach had a name?
Sep-22-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Fusilli: <BobCrisp> I apologize I don't remember the name. I was looking at that magazine at a Barnes & Noble store and didn't buy it. It was years ago...
Apr-18-11
Premium Chessgames Member
  eternaloptimist: Interestingly enough this guy has the same birthday as my dad...including the same year! I c that he beat nezh & Ivkov...impressive!
Jun-05-11  Llawdogg: Even more interesting is that this guy is playing on ICC under the handle Shatar as recently as yesterday.
Oct-16-12  Rio Mike: He's still playing!
Nov-07-12  Conrad93: Fusilli, that's a nice psychological method. I should try that next time.
May-24-14  jerseybob: Aren't the names written on the wall chart with the pairings?
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