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The Games of Viktor Kupreichik

Gene McCormick

The Games of Viktor Kupreichik

by Gene McCormick

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Published by Chess Enterprises .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chess - General,
  • Games / Gamebooks / Crosswords,
  • History: American

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11478012M
    ISBN 100931462584
    ISBN 109780931462580
    OCLC/WorldCa15022793

    The International Rapid Chess Tournament “Memorial tournament in honour of Viktor Kupreichik” (hereinafter referred to as “Memorial tournament in honour of Viktor Kupreichik”) is held from the 14th of August (arrival date) to the 18th of August (departure date) in the Palace of Sports at the address: Minsk, pr. Pobediteley, 4. 4. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Chess, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Chess on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the.

    The Viktor Kupreichik Memorial Rapid Open is an round Swiss tournament taking place from June in Minsk, Belarus. Players receive 15 minutes for the entire game, plus a second increment starting from move one. After submitting this form you'll receive an email with the reset password Missing: book. Viktor Davidovich Kupreichik (3 July -) is a Belarusian chess Grandmaster. In , in Ybbs, he won an individual gold medal at the 15th World Student Team Chess Championship. In and he won the Belarusian Chess Championship. In , he got the International Grandmaster title. He won the Wijk aan Zee Tournament in

    Kupreichik, Viktor D vs Vafin, Niaz Nezhmetdinov mem 28th Round 8 Review and analyze the game, move by move, with computer analysis and opening g: book. In the "Who's your favorite player?" thread, someone linked to Viktor Kupreichik and his crazy, go-for-checkmate caveman style of chess. Are there any video tutorials/books that teach you how to play extremely aggressive like this? submitted 10 months ago by corin


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By Gene McCormick - The Games of Viktor Kupreichik () [Paperback]. Uncompromising Chess book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1). Viktor Kupreichik - The Monster from Minsk by sushijunkie. RECENT GAMES: Bronstein Memorial A G Aleksandrov vs Kupreichik (Feb) Kupreichik vs Sveshnikov (Jun) Kupreichik vs B Sorensen (Jun) 1//2 O Zilbert vs Kupreichik (Jun) Kupreichik vs N Gaprindashvili (Jun) 1//2 Search Sacrifice Explorer for Viktor Kupreichik.

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Life and work of the first grandmaster of Belarus The name of Victor Davydovich Kupreichik () is on a par with such virtuosos of attacking chess as Adolf Andersen, Frank Marshall, Rudolf Shpilman, Rashid Nezhmetdinov and Mikhail Tal.

Unlimited fantasy, pressure, thirst for struggle & laquo; to the last bullet & raquo; in all parties without exception The Games of Viktor Kupreichik book ndash; here are the hallmarks of.

The book on playing experienced Soviet grandmasters was to play tactically to offset their strategical training. This was not the case with Viktor Kupreichik, who was always a crazy attacking player with little interest or aptitude in the endgame.

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InGene McCormick published the book "Uncompromising Chess: The Games of Viktor Kupreichik". Since Alexander Beliavsky also released HIS book "Uncompromising Chess", I have decided to refer to this Kupreichik collection as "The Marvel from Minsk".

Buy Uncompromising Chess: The Games of Viktor Kupreichik by McCormick online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at. Shop now. The Games of Viktor Kupreichik'. The front cover picture is given above, and I will paste in the 'biography' given, by Alexei Suetin.

I will leave it to others to write full obituaries etc., and just make my own personal tribute, with thanks and gratitude to a player who inspired me with a love of chess art. Uncompromising ‘Master of Attack’ dies at age FIDE awarded him the grandmaster title at age 30 () but Kupreichik could have achieved it much earlier had he, according to Soviet chess officials of the time, shown more ‘discipline’ in his approach to the Kupreichik was an artist, and that meant that the search for beauty was a higher priority than mere practical results.

There are many more of the kind. Kupreichik's chess is a breath of fresh air we all could use after feeling burned-out by the modern game that values the result and result alone. Viktor Kupreichik, who himself was world no. 22 at the time, watches year-old Garry Kasparov in action. Viktor Kupreichik - Aleksandar Babev Dresden Sicilian: Taimanov Variation This game is taken from the book: The King Hunt: Bid history There are no bids for this item yet Copyright © The chess book auction   I haven't written anything on for a while, but on 22 May, Grandmaster Viktor Kupreichik passed away at the age of 68 and this news made me feel rather sad.

One of my most memorable chess experiences is connected to a game I played exactly 20 years ago against the Belarus legend. As a result. Comprehensive Viktor D Kupreichik chess games collection, opening repertoire, tournament history, PGN download, biography and news Biggest Chess Games Database OnlineNationality: Belarus.

Latest in Viktor Kupreichik. J No Comments. Andrew Whiteley Andrew Whiteley, who has died a belonged to the generation of players who ushered in the ‘English Chess Explosion’ of the late s. Most of them cut their teeth as students at either Oxford (Botterill, Lee, Markland, Whiteley) or Cambridge (Hartston.

The opening played in this game is Keres, Estonian, Howell, Moscow Var, established by the moves 1.e4 e5 3 Nc6 5 a6 4 Nf6 5.O-O Nxe4 6.d4 b5 3 d5 5 opening was very rarely played by Viktor D Kupreichik. Viktor was a team mate of mine for the last 20 years for my German team - Plettenberg.

A great chess player famous for his attacking style. I do remember he was talking us through one of his best attacking games in one of the training sessions we had with him in the late 's - great stuff.The opening played in this game is Closed, Chigorin Variation, Sicilian, established by the moves 1.e4 c5 is the most frequently played parent class opening by Viktor D Kupreichik, used in more than 38% of his B23 is also the most frequently played parent class opening by Juan Manuel Bellon Lopez, used in more than 33% of his games.The future of chess books (1) Beating the French According to Viktor Kupreichik Andrew Martin uses the games of Kupreichik to show why this line could catch many French aficionados unprepared and is very dangerous for Black.

Attacking players will love this line and the .