Lev Isaakovich Aptekar
Number of games in database: 53
Years covered: 1963 to 1983
Last FIDE rating: 2240
Overall record: +23 -17 =13 (55.7%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|A44|| ||Old Benoni Defense (4 games)||A56|| ||Benoni Defense (2 games)||A07|| ||King's Indian Attack (2 games)||B22|| ||Sicilian, Alapin (2 games)||A43|| ||Old Benoni (2 games)||A04|| ||Reti Opening (2 games)||B32|| ||Sicilian (2 games)||E10|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (2 games)|
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|LEV ISAAKOVICH APTEKAR
(born Nov-26-1936, 80 years old) Ukraine (federation/nationality New Zealand)
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|Lev Isaakovich Aptekar was born in Kiev, USSR in 1936. A noted trainer of young players he emigrated to New Zealand in 1975. He was joint New Zealand Champion with Murray Chandler and Ortvin Sarapu in 1975-76.|
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| page 1 of 3; games 1-25 of 53
|Nov-26-07|| ||Benzol: Happy Birthday Lev.|
|Jan-01-08|| ||Benzol: From round 10 of the 87th NZ Ch held in Upper Hutt.
A L Carpinter vesus L I Aptekar
Position after White's 36th move:
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|May-12-08|| ||Benzol: I wonder if he's related to David Bronstein?|
|May-12-08|| ||whiteshark: <Benzol> Whatever gave you that idea?|
What is his book <Wisdom in Chess> about?
|May-12-08|| ||Benzol: <whiteshark> <<Benzol> Whatever gave you that idea?>|
His father was Iokhonon Bronstein and his mother was Ester-Malka Aptekar.
His book "Wisdom In Chess" I know of but I've never actually seen. <Richard Taylor> might be a better person to ask there. The last time I spoke to Bob Mitchell he said Lev was preparing another book for chess students. As far as I know it hasn't appeared yet but it isn't too far away.
|Jul-11-09|| ||Jonathan Sarfati: I once owned /Wisdom in Chess/. IIRC, it was a lot of tactical training, but really needs a competent teacher to explain it properly.|
|Oct-22-16|| ||diagonal: The <NZL Championships in 1975/76> saw a triple tie for the title (without play-off), after 15 and a half years young Murray Chandler lost in the final round to William Fairhurst (multiple Scottish Champion) thus allowing record title holder Ortvin Sarapu (born in Estonia, known in New Zealand as "Mr Chess") and Lev Aptekar (ex-USSR), to catch up. First-timer (in alphabetical order) Aptekar, Chandler, and Sarapu:|
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