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Solomon Moiseevich Slonim
  
Number of games in database: 10
Years covered: 1928 to 1938
Overall record: +1 -8 =1 (15.0%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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SOLOMON MOISEEVICH SLONIM
(born 1900) Russia

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Champion of the Moscow City Council of Trade Unions of 1929 (overtook and beat N. N. Ryumin in a personal game). Made the semifinal of the 7th USSR Championship (1931). Played in the Moscow championships 1922/23 (6 of 10, 3-5 places), 1924 (11 of 16, 4 place), 1926 (11.5 of 17, + 10-4 = 3, 3-4 places), 1927 ( 7.5 from 15, 10th place), 1928 (7 of 17, + 4-7 = 6, 11-12 places), 1929 (7.5 of 14, + 7-6 = 1, 5 place), 1930 ( 9 of 17, 10th place), 1931 (6 of 12, 5-9 places), 1936 (8 of 17, + 6-7 = 4, 10-11 places), 1938 (6 of 17, + 4-9 = 4, place 14). In the match Moscow-Leningrad in 1926 he won both games vs. I. P. Golubev on the 8th board . In the correspondence tournament of masters and I category (1935 - 1936) he tied in 5-6 places with K. A. Vygodchikov.

Last updated: 2017-08-14 21:08:41

 page 1 of 1; 10 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. S Slonim vs B Verlinsky 0-1371928Ch URSA04 Reti Opening
2. N Zubarev vs S Slonim  1-0641928Ch URSC66 Ruy Lopez
3. A Iglitsky vs S Slonim  1-0281928Ch MoscowD12 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
4. N I Grekov vs S Slonim  1-0411928Ch URSA07 King's Indian Attack
5. S Slonim vs Panov  0-1381930MoskowD04 Queen's Pawn Game
6. A Kubbel vs S Slonim  0-1361931Ch URS (1/2 final)A06 Reti Opening
7. F Bohatirchuk vs S Slonim  ½-½471931Ch URS (1/2 final)A06 Reti Opening
8. S Slonim vs Riumin 0-1201932MoscowC45 Scotch Game
9. S Slonim vs Kotov  0-1341936Moskou ChA04 Reti Opening
10. S Kogan vs S Slonim  1-0411938Moscow-chE22 Nimzo-Indian, Spielmann Variation
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Jul-23-17  Eagle41257: Slonim Solomon Moiseevich (1900 -?). One of the strongest Moscow chess players of the first category of the 1920s-1930s. Champion of the Moscow City Council of Trade Unions of 1929 (overtook and beat N. N. Ryumin in a personal game). Member of the semifinal of the 7th USSR Championship (1931). Participant of the Moscow championships 1922/23 (6 of 10, 3-5 places), 1924 (11 of 16, 4 place), 1926 (11.5 of 17, + 10-4 = 3, 3-4 places), 1927 ( 7.5 from 15, 10th place), 1928 (7 of 17, + 4-7 = 6, 11-12 places), 1929 (7.5 of 14, + 7-6 = 1, 5 place), 1930 ( 9 of 17, 10th place), 1931 (6 of 12, 5-9 places), 1936 (8 of 17, + 6-7 = 4, 10-11 places), 1938 (6 of 17, + 4-9 = 4, place 14). In the match Moscow-Leningrad in 1926 he won both games vs. I. P. Golubev on the 8th board . In the correspondence tournament of masters and I category (1935 - 1936) he tied in 5-6 places with K. A. Vygodchikov.

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