Rubinstein, Akiba

Akiba Kiwelowicz Rubinstein was a Polish chess player. He is considered to have been one of the strongest players never to have become World Chess Champion. Rubinstein was granted the title International Grandmaster in 1950, at its inauguration.

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Rubinstein, Akiba

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Rubinstein, Akiba - Maliutin, Boris Evgenievich
St Petersburg, St Petersburg
1905
Tartakower, Saviely - Rubinstein, Akiba
Moscow, Moscow
1925
Gilg, Karl - Rubinstein, Akiba
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1929
Euwe, Max - Rubinstein, Akiba
The Hague, The Hague
1921
Romanovsky, Alexander Arsenievi - Rubinstein, Akiba
St Petersburg, St Petersburg
1905
Rubinstein, Akiba - Thomas, George Alan
Hastings Six Masters, Hastings
1922
Brinckmann, Alfred - Rubinstein, Akiba
Budapest, Budapest
1929
Reti, Richard - Rubinstein, Akiba
Marienbad, Marienbad
1925
Rubinstein, Akiba - Znosko Borovsky, Eugene
St Petersburg, St Petersburg
1909
Rubinstein, Akiba - Rabinovich, Abram
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1911
Rubinstein, Akiba - Ahues, Carl Oscar
Liege, Liege
1930
Yates, Frederick - Rubinstein, Akiba
Moscow, Moscow
1925
Spielmann, Rudolf - Rubinstein, Akiba
Stockholm, Stockholm
1919
Canal, Esteban - Rubinstein, Akiba
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1929
Salwe, Georg - Rubinstein, Akiba
Bad Pistyan, Bad Pistyan
1912
Rubinstein, Akiba - Vukovic, Vladimir
Vienna, Vienna
1922
Johner, Paul F - Rubinstein, Akiba
Berlin, Berlin
1926
Rubinstein, Akiba - Bernstein, Ossip
San Sebastian, San Sebastian
1911