Number of games in database: 4
Years covered: 1954 to 1968
Overall record: +2 -1 =1 (62.5%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
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|Mar-29-09|| ||Karpova: Mikhail Tal on Tal vs Portisch, 1965 after 1...c6: |
<After Portisch's first move I feverishly began to recall which variations I had not yet adopted in tournaments. To my aid came reminiscences as a trainer. Last year in the USSR Ladies' Championship I assisted Zara Nakhimovskaya, and since the Riga lady, in answer to 1 e4, plays only 1...c6, we studied the various systems of the Caro-Kann literally for a whole day. As it happened, Konoplyeva chose the 2 c3 d5 3 f3. From the opening Nakhimovskaya obtained an excellent position, but all the time I felt that somewhere White could have played better (although, of course, I didn't mention this to Zara).>
Pages 310-311 of Tal, Mikhail: "The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal", London 1997
|Sep-13-09|| ||whiteshark: <Zara I. Nakhimovskaya>|
When did she emigrate?
|Sep-14-09|| ||Open Defence: hmmm but that game is not in the db...|
|Sep-14-09|| ||parisattack: Chesslabs has it...|
|Sep-13-10|| ||whiteshark: <When did she emigrate?> No before Dec 1968. |
Her last tounament in the BigDatabase is Russian Team Championship played in Riga in Dec 1968.
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