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|May-05-08|| ||ketchuplover: What Brankat said :)|
|May-06-08|| ||stanleys: Better later than never: Happy birthday Mr Lilienthal!|
|May-06-08|| ||gus inn: Happy Birthday !|
|May-09-08|| ||stanleys: Very nice interview with Lilienthal(in Russian) at: http://www.rg.ru/2008/05/08/lilient...|
|Aug-31-08|| ||myschkin: . . .
(with David Bronstein)
|Dec-29-08|| ||Karpova: From page 77 of "CHESS", January 1946:
<The difficulty of deciphering chess masters' game scores is proverbial among chess journalists. We think the worst offender beyond any doubt was Lilienthal who is (or was) almost illiterate. His game scores outdid the prescriptions of the most frabjous physician. They were a cross between the most rabid work of the best impressionist painters and the work accomplished by the average child of two when it first dips its dummy into an ink-pot.>
Source: C.N. 5867
|Feb-09-09|| ||laskereshevsky: could b interesting to know ab. how many tournaments Lilienthal might say...|
< on this, I am the only alive player....>
OK, is not so difficoult to find it.... but in this moment im to lazy!...
|Feb-09-09|| ||percyblakeney: <could b interesting to know ab. how many tournaments Lilienthal might say...|
< on this, I am the only alive player....>>
That must be many, he could be the only player alive for the last 34 years from Budapest 1931 and Paris 1933. Lilienthal may also be the player with the most years since his highest Chessmetrics rating (75 years, in 1934). Smyslov's top rating was in 1956.
|Feb-15-09|| ||WhiteRook48: this must be a long liver|
|May-05-09|| ||wordfunph: Happy 98th Birthday GM Andre Lilienthal!!! I think you're the oldest living GM today..|
|May-05-09|| ||whiskeyrebel: Perhaps the longest living gm ever? does anyone happen to know?|
|May-05-09|| ||vonKrolock: quote of the day: < "Another defect of Lilienthal is the little attention which he lends to his physical form , with the result that, in many championships, he could not support until the end the tension of the fight"> Kotov & Yudovich, back in the 50's...|
Happy 98th birthday, Lilienthal!!
|May-05-09|| ||duchamp64: Happy Birthday Andor!! -- and many more to come. A fan from the USA.|
|May-05-09|| ||stanleys: Happy birthday Mr Lilienthall !!!|
|May-05-09|| ||WhiteRook48: Happy 98th Birthday!!|
|May-05-09|| ||whiteshark: Many happy returns!|
|May-05-09|| ||diagonal: ...born 1951 Karpov , ...born 1931 Korchnoi, ...born 1921 Smyslov, ...born 1911 Andor Arnoldovich Lilienthal...|
Happy birthday to the World's oldest Chess Grandmaster; celebrating his 98th birthday today in good health! Congratulation and many more happy years!
|May-28-09|| ||TheaN: I was wondering, is Lilenthal still playing, albeit being unofficially, obviously?|
|Aug-17-09|| ||dorsnikov: just to give you an idea how old this guy is...he played Jacques Mieses, born 1865 and Emmanual Lasker born 1869!! and he's still living!! fantastic !!|
|Sep-11-09|| ||WhiteRook48: and beat Lasker, Capablanca, and Alekhine|
|Oct-21-09|| ||kramputz: Lilienthal was a communist that's why he went to the USSR.
So was Rakosy, Kadar, Kun and many others.|
|Nov-07-09|| ||vonKrolock: Already in this century, appeared <"90 лет жизни шахмати&-
#1089;та"> , or 'The Ninety Years of a Chessplayer' - memories, some games not included in his volume of "Selected Games", etc, for instance: L vs Reilly, Nice 1931; L vs Tartakower, Paris 1933 1-0 27 moves; vs < Коцхер> <?! transliteration ?!>, Madrid 1934; further a few other games from events like Olympiads, or Tournaments like Hastings etc, of course more likely featuring already in the online databases|
|Nov-07-09|| ||vonKrolock: <vs < Коцхер> <?! transliteration ?!>, Madrid 1934> I mean|
август 1934 года. Мадрид. Ферзевы&-
#1081; гамбит, А.Лилиен-
таль - Коцхер.
1.d4 d5 2.c4 Kf6 3.c:d K:d5 4. Kf3 Kc6 5. e4 Kf6 6.Kc3 Cg4 7.d5 C:f3 8.g:f Ke5 9.f4 Ked7 10.e5 Kg8 11. e6 Kb6 12.Фh5! G6 13.Cb5+c6 14. d:c g:h 15.C:b+Kd7 16. e:d+Ф:d7 17. b:a8Ф+ и мат
|Dec-26-09|| ||PhilFeeley: The following game is analyzed by Kevin Spraggett on his blog (http://kevinspraggett.blogspot.com/ Dec. 26, 2009):|
Lilienthal A. - Finogenov M.
1. d4 e6 2. e4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e5 c5 5. a3 Bxc3 6. bxc3 Qc7 7. Nf3 Ne7 8. Bd3 c4 9. Be2 Bd7 10. a4 Qa5 11. O-O Bxa4 12. Ba3 Qxc3 13. Bxe7 Bxc2 14. Qc1 Kxe7 15. Ra2 Nc6 16. Rxc2 Qa5 17. Qg5 Kf8 18. Qf4 Qc7 19. Ng5 Qe7 20. Bxc4 dxc4 21. Rxc4 Rd8 22. Rfc1 h6 23. Ne4 Nxd4 24. Rxd4 Rxd4 25. Nd6 Qc7 26. g3 g5 27. Qe3 Qb6 28. Qf3 Rxd6 29. Qf6 Rd8 30. Qxh8 Ke7 31. Qxh6 a5 32. Qxg5 Ke8 33. h4 a4 34. h5 a3 35. h6 a2 36. h7 Kd7 37. Qf6 Rf8 38. h8=Q Rxh8 39. Qxf7 Kd8 40. Qf6 Kd7 41. Qg7 [1:0]
|Jan-05-10|| ||laskereshevsky: <Sep-11-09 WhiteRook48: and beat Lasker, Capablanca, and Alekhine>|
In true, there are no evidences of the victory over Alekhine in a serious game.
Would I like it very much cause ANDOR is one of my chess heroes, but till nowadays, unfortunatly, no one was able to find the scoreshit of that fantomatic game...
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