jOIN NEW MATCHES AND TOURNAMENTS!

AWARDCHESS
AWARDCHESS
Jul 12, 2008, 8:38 PM |
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Recently, I announced Registration for  New Chess  Memorials and Tournaments for Fisher, Karpov, Keres, Tal, Bronshtein, Vera Menchik, Kramnik...

And I wanna see some interest activity to Enjoy to Play Chess, Discuss the Greatest Chess Players Artists! 

 Maybe, I gave a wrong names for the tournaments!

I will consider all your best names for our new tournaments!

Something, like "Deadly Cheese Chess",.. go ahead!

We don't respect  enough our past Great Chess Memory! 


6th July 2008, 02:32pm
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by Zigalday
Hamburg United States 
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Add Alekhine (Alexander)
6th July 2008, 02:53pm
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AWARDCHESS.35. ALECHIN OPEN MEMORIAL.2

START REGISTRATION! SHARE YOUR MIND ACTIVITY!

THE MIND, WITHOUT SHARING, IS DRYING AND SHRINKING! 


6th July 2008, 03:12pm
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by CJBas
Alabama United States 
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Paul Morphy has always been among my favorites.  An OTB tournament in his memory should be played in the Frehcn Quarter in New Orleans every year.
6th July 2008, 03:16pm
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Chernev isn't mentioned.
6th July 2008, 03:18pm
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Paul Morphy was like a Caesar! Came! Saw! Won!..
6th July 2008, 03:21pm
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I mentioned names above only,  that I started as TD for new Chess Matches and Tournaments!

I wish I would start more some day!..


7th July 2008, 06:33pm
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by CJBas
Alabama United States 
Member Since: Mar 2008
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AWARDCHESS, you mentioned great players of the past, and I agree we should respect those people. But some we often forget are players who had, and still have, a much greater impact on our lives as chess players now. I'm thinking of the writers/teachers from whom we still get much instruction long after they have died. They were all great players in their own right, but often not the champions.

 

Fred Reinfeld, Irving Chernev, Siegbert Tarrasch, Alexander Kotov, Alexei Suetin, Eugene A. Znosko-Borovsky, Paul Keres, Julius duMont, I. A. Horowitz, David Bronstein, Reuben Fine, and the only world champion to be a truly prolific writer/teacher Max Euwe. As players none of these (even Euwe) were quite on the level of Capablanca, Alekhine, Fischer, Morphy, Karpov, or Kasparov. But there is hardly even one of us whose lives – and chess play – has not been improved by studying what one or more of these teachers left us.


7th July 2008, 08:03pm
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In the  Russia I has a big Chess Library! And I read a lot of Chess Books and Chess Magazines!

You can add  to you best list Averbach, Polugaevskiy, Bondarevskiy /Chess Coach of Spasskiy/, Smislov, Tal, Kan, Dvoretskiy, Zak, Shereshevskiy, Karpov, Kasparov...

I little disagree, that Paul Keres and David Bronstein weren't at a level of Capablanka, Alechin, Karpov, Kasparov!