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Ziggurat
Member since Apr-09-04 · Last seen Nov-30-16
<List of premature chess deaths: (age) (born-deceased)>

The following five Indian juniors all tragically lost their lives in the same road accident. (http://www.chathurangam.com/news/ap...)

(?) Kasipeta Sekhar

(8) Haricharan

(8) Maturi Hemamadhuri

(11) Dasari Minu (see http://www.chessbase.com/columns/co...)

(11) Mekala Abhinav (http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/...)

(17) Ian Duncan Wells (1964-1982)

(18) Anna Iodo (1987-2005)

(18) Gordon Thomas Crown (1929-1947)

(19) Jessie Gilbert (1987-2006)

(20) James A Leonard (1841-1862)

(21) Klaus Junge (1924-1945)

(21) Daniel Noteboom (1910-1932)

(23) Arnoldus Johannes van den Hoek (1921-1945)

(24) Mikhail Steinberg (1952-1976)

(24) Paul Rudolf von Bilguer (1815-1840)

(24) Oscar Gelbfuhs (1852-1877)

(25) Pertti Poutiainen (1952-1978)

(25) Norman Van Lennep (1872-1897)

(25) Max Malyuta (-2007) (no games to link; some information at http://www.rhodeislandchess.org/max...)

(25?) Bertil Malmgren (1893-1918)

(26) Giovanni Martinolich (1884-1910)

(26) Rudolf Rezso Charousek (1873-1900)

(27?) James Rodney Phillips (1942-1969)

(27?) Alexander Evenson (1892-1919)

(27) Billy Colias (-1993)

(28?) Ilmar Raud (1913-1941)

(28) Gyula Breyer (1893-1921)

(28) Karen Asrian (1980-2008)

(29) Cecil Valentine De Vere (1845-1875)

(29) Mikhail A Mukhin (1948-1977)

(30?) Johann Hermann Bauer (1861-1891)

(30) Karl A Walbrodt (1871-1902)

(31) Georg Rotlewi(1889-1920)

(31) Rudolf Swiderski(1878-1909)

(31) Georgy Tadzhikanovich Agzamov (1954-1986)

(32?) Malupande Lungu (1975-2007)

(32?) Yakov S Vilner (1899-1931)

(32?) Sergey Vesevolodovich Belavenets(1910-1942)

(32) Sammi Fajarowicz (1908-1940)

(33) Lembit Oll (1966-1999)

(33) Dr. Julius Perlis (1880-1913)

(33) Karl Helling (1904-1937)

(33) Harry Nelson Pillsbury(1872-1906)

(34?) Nikolai Nikolaevich Riumin (1908-1942)

(34?) Gioachino Greco (c:a 1600-1634)

(34) Harold Morton (1904-1940)

(34) Edgar Colle (1897-1932)

(35) Vladimir Petrov (1907-1943)

(35) Bela Perenyi (-1988)

(36) Alexander Zaitsev (1935-1971)

(36) Guillermo Garcia Gonzales (1953-1990)

(37?) Sandor Boros (1907-1944)

(37) William Henry Kraus Pollock (1859-1896)

(37) Hermanis Karlovich Mattison (1894-1932)

(37) John Wisker (1846-1884)

(37) Alexander McDonnell (1798-1835)

(37) Carl Theodor Goering (1841-1879)

(38) Ernst Flechsig (1852-1890)

(38) Leonid Stein (1934-1973)

(38) Vera Menchik (1906-1944)

(38) Abe Turner (-1962)

(39) Wilhelm Hanstein (1811-1850)

(39) Salo Landau (1903-1943)

(39) Maxim Sorokin (1968-2007)

(39) Gerardo F Barbero (1961-2001)

(39) Henri Weenink (1892-1931)

(40) Alexey Vyzmanavin (1960-2000)

(40) Richard Reti (1889-1929)

(40) Henry Thomas Buckle (1821-1862)

(40) Elmer W Gruer (1890-1931)

(41) Bjorn Nielsen (1907-1949)

(42) Karen Ashotovich Grigorian (1947-1989)

(42) Alexander Wittek (1852-1894)

(42) Hugo Suechting (1874-1916)

(42) Samuel Lipschutz (1863-1905)

(43) Max Harmonist(1864-1907)

(43) Mark Liburkin (1910-1953) (selection of compositions: http://www.xs4all.nl/~dsu/mliburk1....)

(43) Aleksander Wojtkiewicz (1963-2006)

(43) Nikolay Dmitrievich Grigoriev (1895-1938)

(44) Carl Schlechter (1874-1918)

(45) Johannes Zukertort (1842-1888)

(45) Louis Charles Mahe De La Bourdonnais (1795-1840)

(46) Anthony Miles (1955-2001)

(46) Paul Morphy (1837-1884)

(46) Alexander Ilyin-Zhenevsky (1894-1941)

(47?) Lionel Adalbert Bagration Felix Kieseritsky (1806-1853)

(47?) Frederick D Yates (1884-1932)

(47) Stefan Levitsky (1876-1924)

(48) Aron Nimzowitsch (1886-1935)

(?) Aron (Aaron, Aharon) Zabludowski (Zabludovsky) (See e.g. http://www.zabludow.com/icchokmelme...) May or may not correspond to Zabludovsky and/or J Zabludowski

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   Ziggurat has kibitzed 2154 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
 
Ziggurat: Won't Black be quite comfortable now after 26...Qb5 27. Ra1 Bc7?
 
   Nov-28-14 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
Ziggurat: Hey <MissScarlett>, many thanks for continuing to build on my list. Didn't see it until just now.
 
   Jan-13-13 Tata Steel (2013) (replies)
 
Ziggurat: <Very nice to hear Yifan talk for 90 seconds (a first for me); she has a very nice voice while "speaking English."> What are those quote marks supposed to mean?
 
   Jun-07-12 Peter Thiel (replies)
 
Ziggurat: <The Chess Concepts Peter Thiel Used To Become A Billionaire> Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-... > http://www.businessinsider.com/the-...
 
   Jun-04-12 Anand - Gelfand World Chess Championship (2012) (replies)
 
Ziggurat: <AVRO38> All emotion and no analysis for you, eh?
 
   May-13-12 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
 
Ziggurat: <RookFile> It's not hard to do a content search in the book on Amazon.com. I'm not sure exactly what <keypusher> is referring to but on page 211 (in http://www.amazon.com/Bobby-Fischer... ) there is a telegram where Fischer says he absolutely refuses to play the title ...
 
   Apr-22-12 PinnedPiece chessforum (replies)
 
Ziggurat: Shelties are great, my family lost one too, and now we have another one. <Every year that passes, the year predicted that we run out of oil seems to fade further into the distance.> I hope you are right ... but I don't dare to believe.
 
   Apr-22-12 D Byrne vs Smyslov, 1962
 
Ziggurat: 3...Bg4 just looks wrong.
 
   Apr-11-12 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
Ziggurat: Perhaps Bronstein ... according to a recent article in New in Chess, his team was furious about him not taking the Botvinnik match seriously enough. Players I've seen described as "lazy": Spassky - "universal style" (as the cliché has it) Karpov - positional Carlsen - ...
 
   Mar-03-12 Samuel Reshevsky (replies)
 
Ziggurat: Zürich was hardly the only tournament in the 1950s. I think it's hard to argue that Reshevsky was better than Smyslov in the 1950s. Maybe, possibly equal.
 
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