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G G Bartoszkiewicz
  
Number of games in database: 7
Years covered: 1896 to 1897
Overall record: +2 -4 =1 (35.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.


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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. A Romashkevich vs G G Bartoszkiewicz  ½-½4618967th Shakhmatny Zhurnal corr. t.C52 Evans Gambit
2. G G Bartoszkiewicz vs A Romashkevich  1-0261897 6th Shakhmatnyi Zhurnal corrC05 French, Tarrasch
3. Rubinstein vs G G Bartoszkiewicz 1-0171897CorrespondenceC55 Two Knights Defense
4. G G Bartoszkiewicz vs A Khardin  0-13518976th Shakhmatnyi Zhurnal corrC22 Center Game
5. N Tereshchenko vs G G Bartoszkiewicz  1-0201897 6th Shakhmatnyi Zhurnal corrC02 French, Advance
6. A Romashkevich vs G G Bartoszkiewicz  0-1271897 6th Shakhmatnyi Zhurnal corrC49 Four Knights
7. G G Bartoszkiewicz vs K Behting  0-13618976th Shakhmatnyi Zhurnal corrC77 Ruy Lopez
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-10-07  Karpova: He was the strongest player in Bialystok at that time.
Aug-13-12  Karpova: Interesting article on G. G. Bartoszkiewicz by Adam Umiastowski and Tomas Lissowski: http://www.astercity.net/~vistula/b...

First the pronounciation of his name: <BAR-TOSH-KEVICH>

The first game against Akiva was probably rather played in 1901 or 1902 though it needn't have been their first encounter.

They write: <He took part in, as a minimum, 3 correspondence chess tournaments of "Shakhmatny Zhurnal" (the fifth, sixth and seventh); in the latter he shared 1-2 places with A. I. Romashkevich (Romaszkiewicz?) of Kharkov (both 18,5 points out of 22 games), they followed Saburov (well know chess organiser, 17,5 p.), Koslaninov (14 p.), Prince Urusov (13 p.) and Kolenko (12,5 p.), participated also Berens, Shabelsky, Khmelevsky, Kugaievsky, Severov and Pshetslavsky.>

He is usually assumed to have been polish and is being called <Engineer Bartoszkiewicz>. Though there was an important railway junction at Starosielce (near Bialystok), no traces of a Bartoszkiewicz there were found by amateur historian Krzysztof Oblocki so he was probably no railway employee.

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