Number of games in database: 19
Years covered: 1948 to 1953
Overall record: +11 -8 =0 (57.9%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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(born Jun-03-1931, died Dec-2011, 80 years old) United States of America
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|Dr. Richard Kenneth Kujoth was Wisconsin champion in 1947, 1948, 1949, 1952, 1953, and 1958.|
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|Jul-18-09|| ||vonKrolock: <"Richard Kujoth, a veteran Milwaukee player, became his own publisher when he issued <"Chess Is an Art">, a memoir of his finest games and composed problems. Kujoth is best known for a <sic> 10-move win he played in 1950 in which he moved only his pawns. "> (from N Y Post online)|
may refer to Kujoth vs Fashingbauer, 1950 where only ♙♙s are moved in the first ten white movements
|Feb-03-14|| ||dorsnikov: I own a June 1948 copy of Chess Review, (A photo of Botvinnick is on the cover)|
Inside is a photo of 17 year old Richard Kujoth contemplating a chess move.
|May-10-17|| ||perfidious: <dorsnikov: I own a June 1948 copy of Chess Review, (A photo of Botvinnick is on the cover)|
Inside is a photo of 17 year old Richard Kujoth contemplating a chess move.>
In the mid 1970s, a friend gave me a set of back numbers of <CR>, one of which was the above named. Had forgotten about Kujoth appearing in that!
|Jun-03-17|| ||GrahamClayton: According to this page, Kujoth's date of death was December 15, 2011:|
Kujoth competed in the 1950 US Junior Championship tournament, which was held in his home town of Milwaukee, but had to withdraw after two rounds due to illness. His sister Marlene finished 18th, and was the first girl to play in a US Junior Championship tournament.
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