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Nina Voitsikh
Number of games in database: 2
Years covered: 1954

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(born Aug-22-1923, 95 years old) Russia

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Nina Borisovna Voitsikh/Wojcik (Cheblakova) was awarded the USSR Master of Sports title in 1954.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. L Rudenko vs N Voitsikh  0-14219542nd Soviet Team CupD05 Queen's Pawn Game
2. M Lauberte vs N Voitsikh  0-12419542nd Soviet Team CupE03 Catalan, Open
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  brankat: Nina B. Voitsikh was actually a very strong player. Just two game in this database?

Her opponents were top notch players.
L.Rudenko, the second Women's World champion.

M.Lauberte, the Challenger in 1937 and 1939.

Happy Bbirthday Mrs.Voitsikh!

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  perfidious: <brankat> Through another source, I've found ten more games of this player as well as several other games played by A Voitsikh. Sometime along, I may submit them, but at the moment I'm engaged in posting all 45 games of the 1983 US Junior Invitational, a tough event with three future GMs: Benjamin, Dlugy and Wolff, along with two IMs-to-be.
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  brankat: <perfidious> A good find! Of course, there is no need to hurry with submitting the games. But, eventually...
Jul-28-17  Volcanus:
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