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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) http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-... 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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