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Sergey Belavenyets and Nikolai Ryumin

96 pages, paperback, The Chess Player, 2001

From the series »Chess Masters«

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Sergey Belavenyets and Nikolai Ryumin were two of the more influential and active players in the USSR during the 1930s when the Soviet Chess School was developing at a rapid rate. Both of them died prematurely, one of natural causes and the other during the Second World War and so we will never know how far they could have progressed and how much influence they might have exercised.

This book presents, in English for the first time, the story of their chess careers and a selection of their best games. The detailed comments to their games bring to life two very different styles of play; Belavenyets was a positional player and Ryumin a tactician.

Sergey Belavenyets and Nikolai Ryumin were two of the more influential and active players in the USSR during the 1930s when the Soviet Chess School was developing at a rapid rate. Both of them died prematurely, one of natural causes and the other during the Second World War and so we will never know how far they could have progressed and how much influence they might have exercised.

This book presents, in English for the first time, the story of their chess careers and a selection of their best games. The detailed comments to their games bring to life two very different styles of play; Belavenyets was a positional player and Ryumin a tactician.

More Information
Weight 150 g
Manufacturer The Chess Player
Width 15 cm
Height 21 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2001
Author Aidan Woodger
Series Chess Masters
Language English
ISBN-13 978-1901034455
Pages 96
Binding paperback

Contents

Introduction:

03 Historical background

07 Nikolai Ryumin

08 Sergey Belavenyets

13 Selected Games: Ryumin

50 Selected Games: Belavenyets

95 Ryumin: Index of Opponents/Index of Openings

96 Belavenyets. Index of Opponents/Index of Openings

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