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🏆 St. Petersburg (1909) Chess Event Description
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Player: Savielly Tartakower

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. S Von Freymann vs Tartakower 0-1461909St. PetersburgA43 Old Benoni
2. Tartakower vs Spielmann ½-½371909St. PetersburgD00 Queen's Pawn Game
3. Salwe vs Tartakower  ½-½151909St. PetersburgA43 Old Benoni
4. O Bernstein vs Tartakower 1-0421909St. PetersburgD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
5. Tartakower vs Znosko-Borovsky ½-½681909St. PetersburgA53 Old Indian
6. A Speijer vs Tartakower 0-1491909St. PetersburgA46 Queen's Pawn Game
7. Tartakower vs Lasker 0-1531909St. PetersburgA22 English
8. Vidmar vs Tartakower 0-1781909St. PetersburgA55 Old Indian, Main line
9. Tartakower vs J Perlis  ½-½261909St. PetersburgD34 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
10. Burn vs Tartakower ½-½561909St. PetersburgB01 Scandinavian
11. Tartakower vs J Mieses 0-1521909St. PetersburgB40 Sicilian
12. Duras vs Tartakower 0-1331909St. PetersburgC23 Bishop's Opening
13. Tartakower vs Dus Chotimirsky 0-1331909St. PetersburgC25 Vienna
14. E Cohn vs Tartakower 1-0351909St. PetersburgA81 Dutch
15. Teichmann vs Tartakower ½-½131909St. PetersburgD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
16. Tartakower vs Schlechter 1-0331909St. PetersburgC30 King's Gambit Declined
17. L Forgacs vs Tartakower 1-0281909St. PetersburgC13 French
18. Tartakower vs Rubinstein ½-½411909St. PetersburgC01 French, Exchange
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Kibitzer's Corner
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  Benzol: What a pity there was never a match between Lasker and Rubinstein.
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  tamar: Rubinstein had a run like Secretariat in this tournament, but then so did Lasker!
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  GrahamClayton: Why did Nenarokov withdraw after 4 rounds?
Aug-29-13  Karpova: Beauty prizes:

1st Schlechter vs Salwe, 1909 (120 Roubles)

2nd L Forgacs vs Tartakower, 1909 (80 Roubles)

Source: Page 253 of the 1909 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

Aug-22-14  Nosnibor: The introduction is not strictly correct as Lasker played in 1906 at Trenton Falls.It should also be mentioned that Dus Chotimirski received a special prize following his victories against both Rubinstein and Lasker.
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  perfidious: <Nosnibor> Inter alia, Kmoch was not a GM, either--time for a few improvements, such as extra player links in text.
Apr-06-15  ColdSong: One think for the three greats,Charousek,Pillsbury and Rubinstein,who never had their chance to challenge Lasker.
Nov-27-19  DPat: Pero que, solo me cree una cuenta para poder escribir este comentario y no puedo creer que esto tenga comentarios

Noviembre, 2019

Nov-27-19  JimNorCal: Well, there you are.
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