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USSR Championships
Member since Dec-07-12 · Last seen Apr-24-14
<USSR Championships>

USSR Championship (1920)

USSR Championship (1923)

USSR Championship (1924)

USSR Championship (1925)

USSR Championship (1927)

USSR Championship (1929)

USSR Championship (1931)

USSR Championship (1933)

USSR Championship 1934/35 (1934)

<USSR Championship 1937
Compiled by suenteus po 147>
Under Construction Round 9 Panov 1 Rabinovich
Appears to be missing?

<USSR Championship 1939
Compiled by suenteus po 147>
Under Construction

USSR Championship (1940)

USSR Championship (1944)

USSR Championship (1945)

USSR Championship (1947)

USSR Championship (1948)

USSR Championship (1949)

USSR Championship (1950)

USSR Championship (1951)

USSR Championship (1952)

<USSR Championship 1954
Compiled by suenteus po 147>
Under Construction

USSR Championship (1955)

USSR Championship (1956)

USSR Championship (1957)

USSR Championship (1958)

USSR Championship (1959)

USSR Championship (1960)

USSR Championship 1961a (1961)

USSR Championship (1962)

USSR Championship (1963)

USSR Championship 1964/65 (1964)

USSR Championship (1965)

USSR Championship 1966/67 (1966)

USSR Championship (1967)

USSR Championship 1968/69 (1968)

USSR Championship (1969)

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Game Collection: USSR Championship Tournament Index

Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (A-E)

Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (F-K)

Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (L-O)

Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (P-S)

Game Collection: USSR Championship Player Index (T-Z)

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   USSR Championships has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-12 USSR Championships chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: Sorry maybe just you and Paul, since Peter is busy these days.
 
   Dec-10-12 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
USSR Championships: Let's stop nominating and voting until Daniel can figure out why NAYs are being recorded as AYEs? Have you alerted him yet?
 
   Dec-10-12 jessicafischerqueen chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: <Big> well it's srz bznss to get <Travis Forum> reopened. This website is full of many, many VERY OBJECTIONABLE PEOPLE (including me) so we can't let them bug our friends. If we can't actually find a hundred innocent people, we may have to ask for "mostly ...
 
   Dec-10-12 A Budo vs Kan, 1937
 
USSR Championships: Live at <Budo-Kan> heh
 
   Dec-10-12 Kemeri (1937) (replies)
 
USSR Championships: Excerpt from the memoirs of <Galina Petrovs>, <Vladimirs Petrovs'> wife: "The tournament directors only had one prize to give because they had expected <Alekhine> to win. Since there were three winners, <Flohr> suggested to <Reshevsky> ...
 
   Dec-10-12 crawfb5 chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: Yes, Johnny Alekhine being an expert horseback rider and canoer come to mind. I see you've compromised on the Russian v. Latvian name controversy. Next you'll be telling me that <: Ārons Ņimcovičs> isn't the correct spelling. In your defense, however,
 
   Dec-10-12 Vladimir Petrov (replies)
 
USSR Championships: <chancho> yes, here's the uncropped original Profile photo: http://www.chesspro.ru/_images/mate... It's labeled "Alekhine and Flohr before the tournament in Kemeri." from this fascinating article by Vladimir Moshchenko: http://www.chesspro.ru/_events/2009... . ...
 
   Dec-10-12 playground player chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: <Lee> sounds like you have it well under control. He'll rue the day he crossed you.
 
   Dec-10-12 Mrs. Alekhine chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: <TheFocus> Ok then, that makes our task easier. I'll just delete them both from the MEGASTORE. Nice work again!
 
   Dec-09-12 Boomie chessforum (replies)
 
USSR Championships: <Fear us>
 
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