Peter Vasilievich Dubinin
Number of games in database: 160
Years covered: 1934 to 1975
Overall record: +55 -51 =54 (51.2%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
P Dubinin vs Aronin, 1947 1-0
P Dubinin vs Nikola Petrov, 1936 1-0
Levenfish vs P Dubinin, 1939 1/2-1/2
M Yudovich Sr. vs P Dubinin, 1947 1/2-1/2
V Makogonov vs P Dubinin, 1940 0-1
P Dubinin vs Ufimtsev, 1949 1-0
P Dubinin vs Suetin, 1953 1-0
NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
3rd World Correspondence Chess Championship (1959)
USSR Championship (1940)
USSR Championship (1939)
USSR Championship 1934/35 (1934)
USSR Championship (1947)
GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
4th Correspondence World Championship Final by crawfb5
3rd World Correspondence Chess Championship by Benzol
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| page 1 of 7; games 1-25 of 160
|1. Panov vs P Dubinin
||1-0||39||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||B83 Sicilian|
|2. Alatortsev vs P Dubinin
||½-½||53||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||D50 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|3. I Mazel vs P Dubinin
|| ||1-0||25||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||A13 English|
|4. P Dubinin vs Riumin
|| ||½-½||52||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||A84 Dutch|
|5. P Dubinin vs Ilyin-Zhenevsky
|| ||1-0||34||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||D51 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|6. P Dubinin vs Ragozin
|| ||1-0||40||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||E46 Nimzo-Indian|
|7. Veresov vs P Dubinin
|| ||1-0||45||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||D63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense|
|8. P Dubinin vs Chekhover
|| ||1-0||73||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||A50 Queen's Pawn Game|
|9. Rauzer vs P Dubinin
|| ||1-0||37||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||C43 Petrov, Modern Attack|
|10. P Dubinin vs Kan
|| ||0-1||47||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||D63 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense|
|11. V Makogonov vs P Dubinin
|| ||1-0||24||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||A44 Old Benoni Defense|
|12. F Bohatirchuk vs P Dubinin
|| ||½-½||32||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||C19 French, Winawer, Advance|
|13. P Dubinin vs S Von Freymann
|| ||0-1||43||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||D48 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, Meran|
|14. Levenfish vs P Dubinin
||1-0||34||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||C48 Four Knights|
|15. M Yudovich Sr. vs P Dubinin
|| ||½-½||22||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||A13 English|
|16. P Dubinin vs S Belavenets
|| ||0-1||79||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||E17 Queen's Indian|
|17. P Dubinin vs I Rabinovich
|| ||1-0||47||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||C13 French|
|18. P Dubinin vs L Savitsky
||0-1||24||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||E34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation|
|19. P Dubinin vs Lisitsin
|| ||1-0||51||1934||USSR Championship 1934/35||E15 Queen's Indian|
|20. P Dubinin vs Nikola Petrov
|21. P Dubinin vs Kotov
||1-0||35||1936||Giant Factory||D58 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tartakower (Makagonov-Bondarevsky) Syst|
|22. Kotov vs P Dubinin
||½-½||24||1938||1/2 final||E34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation|
|23. P Dubinin vs B Verlinsky
|| ||1-0||49||1938||URS-ch sf||D31 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|24. P Dubinin vs S Von Freymann
|| ||1-0||29||1938||URS-ch sf||A50 Queen's Pawn Game|
|25. P Dubinin vs D Rovner
||1-0||52||1938||URS-ch sf||E08 Catalan, Closed|
| page 1 of 7; games 1-25 of 160
|Dec-28-04|| ||Benzol: Peter Vasilievich Dubinin
Born 30th June 1909 in Gorky
An IM in 1950 and CGM in 1962
He was USSR Correspondence champion in 1957 (joint).
|Jul-21-06|| ||TheSlid: His freinds, in Gorky, on the river Oka, used to refer to Pyotr as "Our Champion, our Botvinnik" - from "The Soviet School of Chess" by Kotov and Yudovich. |
I first read the book many years ago now and it stuck in my mind that the Dubinins of this world are actually the reason for (Soviet) domination and not the Botvinniks.
|Apr-28-09|| ||blackburne: Great game
Dubinin - Petrov
1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Cc3 dxe4 4.Cxe4 Cd7 5.Cf3 Cgf6 6.Cg3 c5 7.dxc5 Axc5 8.Ad3 Db6 9.0-0 0-0 10.De2 Te8 11.c3 Cf8 12.Ce5 Cg6 13.Axg6 hxg6 14.h4 Dc7 15.h5 gxh5 16.Cxh5 Ch7 17.Cxg7 Rxg7 18.Dh5 Af8 19.Te1 Rg8 20.Te3 Te7 21.Tg3+ Ag7 22.Txg7+ Rxg7 23.Ah6+ Rh8 24.Td1 Cf6 25.Ag7+ Rxg7 26.Dg5+ Rh8 27.Dxf6+ Rg8 28.Td3 1-0
|Jun-30-09|| ||whiteshark: Player of the Day
"Piotr V. Dubinin (1909-1983) was already a USSR Championship finalist OTB in the 1930s. He became a FIDE IM in 1950 and an ICCF grandmaster in 1962. His best result was finishing runner-up to A. O'Kelly in 3rd CC World Championship."
Source: Tim Harding, "64 GREAT CHESS GAMES" - Masterpieces of Postal and Email Chess
crosstable 3rd CC World Championship: http://tables.iccf.com/world/wcfin/...
|Jun-30-09|| ||WhiteRook48: Happy birthday dude|
|Oct-13-09|| ||outsider: the physically strongest of all highly qualified chessplayers ever. he also took part in very weight-lifting competitions. he had his luggage containing chess notes stolen in a railway station in moscow, became suspicious of everybody and hated thieves as no one else did|
|Oct-31-12|| ||whiteshark: Picture of Dubinin (1938) http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A4...|
|Nov-14-13|| ||BIDMONFA: Peter Vasilievich Dubinin|
DUBININ, Pyotr V.
|Dec-24-13|| ||stanleys: Another picture: http://sportkadr.ru/wp-content/uplo...|
|Jun-30-14|| ||Penguincw: R.I.P. GM Peter Dubinin.|
|Nov-09-14|| ||ljfyffe: In IV European Correspondence Championship,
(1966-70), he came second behind F. Breglez of
Yugoslavia, and ahead of A. Gurvich of USSR.
|Dec-05-15|| ||ljfyffe: Finals World Correspondence CC: III(1959-63) 6 points out of possible 9 for second; IV (1962-65)
6.5 out of 12 for 5th; VII (1972-76) 8.5 of 16 for
|Oct-12-18|| ||Gallicrow: I think the picture linked to by stanleys in 2013 can now be found here:
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