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Two Lives of Grandmaster Alatortsev

Publisher: AO VIAN
  • Publisher: AO VIAN
  • Author(s): Linder
  • Language: Russian
  • Volume: 378
  • Binding: solid
  • DateOfIssue: 1994

Description:

Among chess players who have contributed to the development of the Russian chess school, grandmaster Vladimir Alekseevich Alatortsev (1909 - 1987) occupies a prominent place. In the 30s and 40s he was one of the strongest chess players in the country, a major chess theorist. During the Great Patriotic War, he proved himself as an outstanding organizer of chess life. At the turn of the 50-60s, he was the president of the USSR Chess Federation. He is known as a scientist who for many years headed the country's first chess laboratory at the TsNIIFC. The great friendship connected V. Alatortsev with G. Vishnevskaya, M. Rostropovich, I. Rukavishnikov, P. Anokhin, N. Pavlovsky, A. Senkov and with many other famous scientists and artists and literature workers. On the life and multifaceted activities of V.A. Alatortsev in documentary and artistic form is told by Russian historians of chess and literature Vladimir and Isaac Linder. The third part of the book presents the 50 best games of Alatortsev.


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