Ilya Leontievich Rabinovich
Number of games in database: 262
Years covered: 1909 to 1941
Overall record: +94 -84 =84 (51.9%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
I Rabinovich vs L Savitsky, 1934 1-0
I Rabinovich vs Ragozin, 1935 1/2-1/2
I Rabinovich vs Ilyin-Zhenevsky, 1932 1-0
S Von Freymann vs I Rabinovich, 1934 1/2-1/2
Botvinnik vs I Rabinovich, 1937 0-1
Dus Chotimirsky vs I Rabinovich, 1924 0-1
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
USSR Championship 1934/35 (1934)
USSR Championship (1933)
USSR Championship (1924)
Leningrad/Moscow training (1939)
USSR Championship (1925)
Leningrad Championship (1932)
USSR Championship (1927)
USSR Championship (1939)
GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
USSR Championship 1933 by Phony Benoni
Leningrad 1934 by Phony Benoni
USSR Championship 1924 by Phony Benoni
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|ILYA LEONTIEVICH RABINOVICH
(born May-11-1891, died Apr-23-1942, 50 years old) Russia
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|Ilya Leontievich (aka Elias) Rabinovich was born in St. Petersburg. Joint USSR Champion in 1934, he also won the Leningrad Championship in 1920, 1925 (joint), 1928 and 1940-41.
He played in 9 USSR Championships during 1920-1939 sharing the title with Grigory Levenfish in 1934/5 [rusbase-1].
In 1927, he published the first original book in the Russian language devoted to the endgame.
He was primarily a positional player. He perished from malnutrition in the siege of Leningrad in 1942.|
Wikipedia article: Ilya Rabinovich
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|Apr-20-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Ilya Leontievich Rabinovich|
RABINOVICH, Ilya L.
|Apr-20-06|| ||offramp: I like this bit in the bio: "Primarily a positional player he perished in the siege of Leningrad in 1942."|
Did the tactical players survive?
|Apr-20-06|| ||dbquintillion: <offramp> good question. you'd think that a long, slow squeeze like the siege of leningrad would be precisely the sort of thing a positional player would be prepared for. perhaps the tactical players sacced some of their colleagues to maneuver their way out.|
|Apr-20-06|| ||MR. NIMZO: Ilya Leontievich Rabinovich beat George Salwe 3 to 0|
|Apr-20-06|| ||MR. NIMZO: Ilya Leontievich Rabinovich -- NOTABLE GAMES:
Rubinstein vs I Rabinovich, 1925 0-1
Alekhine vs I Rabinovich, 1914 0-1
Botvinnik vs I Rabinovich, 1938 0-1
I Rabinovich vs Bogoljubov, 1925 1-0
Spielmann vs I Rabinovich, 1925 0-1
I Rabinovich vs Capablanca, 1925 1/2-1/2
Keres vs I Rabinovich, 1939 1/2-1/2
Smyslov vs I Rabinovich, 1939 1/2-1/2
|Apr-20-06|| ||jonny: yo
|Oct-19-08|| ||Xeroxx: <yo>
|Feb-01-09|| ||Karpova: In 1920 he beat Peter Romanovsky in a match by the score of 6.0-2.0 (+5 -1 =2): http://www.geocities.com/al2055km/m...|
|Mar-01-09|| ||great uncle bulgaria: dude looks like a chick
damn hot though
|Sep-08-12|| ||Karpova: Rabinovich won a Leningrad Masters Tournament in 1934 (all Leningrad masters except for Botvinnik participated):|
1. Rabinovich 10.5
2. Ragozin 9.0
3. Chekhover 8.0
4-7. Lisitsin 7.5
4-7. Levenfish 7.5
4-7. Romanovsky 7.5
4-7. Savitsky 7.5
8. Alatortsev 7.0
9-10. Duz Chotimirsky 5.5
9-10. Rosenthal 5.5
11. Sosin 5.0
12-13. Gotthilf 4.0
12-13. Model 4.0
14. Rokhlin 2.5
From page 237 of the 1934 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'
|Oct-08-13|| ||Karpova: North-West-Russia Championship tournament in Leningrad, 1926:|
1. I Rabinowitsch 8.0
2. Iljin-Schenewski 7.5
3. M Botvinnik 6.5
4. Model 3.5
5. Golubew 2.5
6. M Kagan 2.0
The games between the 1st 3 players ended all drawn. Their respective results against Model decided the final ranking.
From page 362 of the November-December 1926 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'
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