Tartakower, Saviely

Ksawery Tartakower was a leading Austrian, then Polish, and finally French chess grandmaster. He was also a leading chess journalist and author of the 1920s and 1930s whose books remain popular even today. Tartakower is remembered for his sharp wit and aphorisms.

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Yates, Frederick - Tartakower, Saviely
Bad Homburg, Bad Homburg
1927
Steiner, Endre - Tartakower, Saviely
Budapest, Budapest
1929
Tartakower, Saviely - Bechstedt, Robert
Giessen, Giessen
1928
Tartakower, Saviely - Flohr, Salo
Sunday Referee Masters, Central Hall / Whiteleys
1932.02.10
Euwe, Max - Tartakower, Saviely
Groningen Staunton , Groningen Staunton
1946
Tartakower, Saviely - Pokorny, Amos
Maehrisch Ostrau, Maehrisch Ostrau
1923
Tartakower, Saviely - Morrison, John Stuart
London BCF Congress, London
1922.07.31
Rubinstein, Akiba - Tartakower, Saviely
Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden
1925
Tartakower, Saviely - Weenink, Henri Gerard
Liege, Liege
1930
Tartakower, Saviely - Rubinstein, Akiba
Moscow, Moscow
1925
Gruenfeld, Ernst - Tartakower, Saviely
Vienna m2, Vienna
1922.06.30
Tartakower, Saviely - Stoltz, Goesta
Bled, Bled
1931
Tartakower, Saviely - Raizman, Maurice
Hastings 4647
1947.01.06
Tarrasch, Siegbert - Tartakower, Saviely
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1923
Bogoljubov, Efim - Tartakower, Saviely
Noordwijk, Noordwijk
1938
Tartakower, Saviely - Cohn, Erich
Karlsbad, Karlsbad
1911
Tartakower, Saviely - Milic, Borislav
Bled, Bled
1950
Prins, Lodewijk - Tartakower, Saviely
Hastings 4546
1945