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Lipnitsky was an author of a very instructive book entitled “Problems of Contemporary Chess Theory” in Russian, Kiev, Page Questions of Modern Chess Theory.
January 1, By kevinspraggettonchess in Uncategorized. Lipnitsky died at age 35 in Kiev in Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. He explains complicated chess theory in no time with excellent game examples and clear and logical language.
Isaac Lipnitsky (Author of Questions of Modern Chess Theory)
What I didn’t learn until much later, reading the works of the later Catholic Saints, was that Noah came out with a Sicilian Dragon in the next game, and Isaac skewered that bad boy too. I think he is chessplayer with a great future. The final moves of the game are so pretty and surprising that the judges could not resist awarding the brilliancy prize to Lipnitsky. Nominated for Book of the Year by the Guardian.
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Questions of Modern Chess Theory by Isaac Lipnitsky
Issak Oskarovich Lipnitzky was Ukrainian champion in and Now it seems as though the worse if over for White: Even if you’re a big fan of Soviet chess history you may still not have heard of Isaac Lipnitsky.
See something that violates our rules? The circumstances surrounding his death seem to lipnitwky a mystery. Low to High Price: I have no lipbitsky on his death. Learn more at Author Central.
He would no doubt have been a household name had he not tragically passed away at a young age in In the original version fromthe Ragozin variation of the Queen’s Gambit found its way into Fischer’s repertoire.
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That said, parts of the book lipntsky have a dated feel. Perhaps the bio should be changed now that his book is available in English.
Messages posted by Chessgames members do not necessarily represent the views of Chessgames. Lipnitsky vs Smyslov, Lipnitsky provokes his opponent to riskily capture material instead of completing his development.
White is clearly winning, and Lipnitsky found the simplest route: He was married to an actress Lyalya Leshchinskaya.
They had one daughter Liana June 2, – April 12, No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language. Order by newest oldest recommendations. In Bronstein’s acclaimed book, coauthored with Tom Furstenberg, The Sorcerer’s ApprenticeBronstein and Lipnitsky are pictured together in a group photo from the Kiev Junior Chess Club inand Bronstein includes an early drawn game from against Lipnitsky in his collection. This pawn move divides the board into 2 and keeps the White King in the centre.
Lipnitsky decides, after long thought, that it is better for Black to attack than to defend the Bishop.
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The Black Rook is under attack and White threatens to castle. V Liublinsky vs Lipnitsky. Since early 50th he suffered serious illness of blood Lipnitsky vs K Klaman. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Both were influenced by the famous coach Konstantinopolsky.