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   chesshistoryinterest has kibitzed 163 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-17-19 Biographer Bistro (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: Thanks, <hemy>. As far as I can tell, it now looks like there are no missing pages in Volumes 2 and 4; just a superfluous extra page had slipped in somehow. It seems to me that it is page 8 that is missing in Volume 7, not page 7. (also the order of the first 4 ...
   Jun-15-19 Leonids Dreibergs (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: (Not sure why my link to my post of 16 November 2018 on Mikenas page didn't work - try again:) Vladas Mikenas (kibitz #158)
   Jun-15-19 Vladimir Petrov (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: Here: ("Tevzeme", 18 November 1946, page 11) is an article by Karlis Ozols on Latvian chess history. In it, he gives the Petrovs' birthdate as 27 September 1907. Presumably someone like Ozols would have had a pretty good idea what
   Dec-22-18 Salomon Flohr (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: Flohr also came ahead of Keres at Leningrad-Moscow 1939 and the 1948 USSR Championship.
   Dec-19-18 Annie K. chessforum (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: I can't think of anything better than <chi>, actually. (Just a bit concerned people won't know what <chi> stands for.) So ideally, I have to prefer the long name, but it's my fault for having a long one in the first place, so I can live with <chi>.
   Dec-02-18 Vladas Mikenas (replies)
chesshistoryinterest: <hemy> I am copying two of your posts (from the Zigurds Fridrikhovich Laka page and earlier on this page Zigurds Fridrikhovich Lanka (kibitz #13) Vladas Mikenas (kibitz #670) ) regarding Mikenas' name to here: <Nov-25-18 Premium Chessgames Member hemy: ...
   Nov-19-18 Tenis Melngailis
chesshistoryinterest: Three team events that Tenis Melngailis played in (en route to the Olympiads of the respective years): (1) <Riga-Antwerp match, 13-14 August 1936, Antwerp> On Board 9, Tenis Melngailis won his first game, then drew the second versus Geisen. (2) ...
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