David Bronstein

David Ionovich Bronstein was a Soviet chess player. Awarded the title of International Grandmaster by FIDE in 1950, he narrowly missed becoming World Chess Champion in 1951. Bronstein was one of the world's strongest players from the mid-1940s into the mid-1970s, and was described by his peers as a creative genius and master of tactics. He was also a renowned chess writer; his book Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953 is widely considered one of the greatest chess books ever written.

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प्रतियोगिता वर्ष स्थान
Hastings 1975 Hastings (England)
Moscow 1959 Moscow
Gothenburg (Interzonal Tournament) 1955 Gothenburg
Belgrade 1954 Belgrade
Hastings 1953 Hastings (England)
Candidates Tournament 1950 1950 Budapest
1949 USSR Chess Championship 1949 Moscow
1948 USSR Chess Championship 1948 Moscow
Saltsjöbaden (Interzonal Tournament) 1948 Saltsjöbaden
David Bronstein

फ़ोटो: विकिपीडिया
जन्म:: 19 फरवरी 1924
मृत्यु: 05 दिसम्बर 2006

Daily puzzles with David Bronstein

David Bronstein - Svetozar Gligoric
Moscow
1967
Vladas Mikenas - David Bronstein
URS-ch33, Tallinn
1965.11.23
Nikolac Bakulin - David Bronstein
32nd URS-ch, Kiev URS
 

David Bronstein के साथ पहेलियाँ

David Bronstein - Stefano Tatai
Las Palmas
1972
Leonid Stein - David Bronstein
28th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1961
Mikhail Tal - David Bronstein
Tbilisi sim m, Tbilisi
1982
Mikhail Tal - David Bronstein
Tbilisi sim m, Tbilisi
1982
Mikhail Podgaets - David Bronstein
URS-ch FL, Tbilisi
1973
Georgy I Ustinov - David Bronstein
URS Cup, Dnipropetrovsk
1970
Georgy I Ustinov - David Bronstein
URS Cup, Dnipropetrovsk
1970
Efim Geller - David Bronstein
Kislovodsk
1968
Efim Geller - David Bronstein
Kislovodsk
1968
Yury Vasilchuk - David Bronstein
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1961
David Bronstein - Semen Abramovich Furman
URS training m, Moscow
1953
Alexei Suetin - David Bronstein
32nd URS-ch, Kiev URS
 
David Bronstein - Anthony Edward Santasiere
USA-URS radio m, radio
1945.09.01
David Bronstein - Anatoly Ufimtsev
URS-sf, Moscow
1945
David Bronstein - Anatoly Ufimtsev
URS-sf, Moscow
1945
David Bronstein - Anatoly Ufimtsev
URS-sf, Moscow
1945
Tibor Florian - David Bronstein
Budapest-Moscow, Budapest
1949
Tibor Florian - David Bronstein
Budapest-Moscow, Budapest
1949