David Bronstein

David Ionovich Bronstein was a Soviet and Ukranian 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. Also a renowned chess writer, his book Zurich International Chess Tournament 1953 is widely considered one of the greatest chess books ever written.

このテキストと画像のサムネイルはウィキペディアのもので、 あなたはこの競技者をさらに読むことができます
抽出条件に競技者を追加することができます, そして競技者の対局の問題を解く ことができます。
以下のこれらの問題の一覧は、最初に最も困難な問題も含みます。

続きを読む 挑戦

David Bronstein

問題

David Bronstein - Ljubomir Ljubojevic
Petropolis Interzonal, Petropolis
1973
David Bronstein - Mikhail Pavlovich Kamishov
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1946
David Bronstein - Vladimir Simagin
URS-ch sf 15th, Leningrad
1946
Nukhim Rashkovsky - David Bronstein
40th URS-ch, Baku URS
1972.11.27
David Bronstein - Frantisek Zita
Moscow-Prague, Moscow
1946
Vereslav S Eingorn - David Bronstein
URS-ch sf, Minsk
1983
David Bronstein - Vassily Smyslov
Alekhine mem, Moscow
1959
David Bronstein - Alexander G Beliavsky
URS-ch sf, Minsk
1983
David Bronstein - Ilia Abramovich Kan
Moscow-ch, Moscow
1947
David Bronstein - Ilia Kan
14th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1945
Alfred Beni - David Bronstein
11th olm qual. group 1, Amsterdam NED
1954.09.07
Lev Polugaevsky - David Bronstein
URS-ch33, Tallinn
1965.12.23
David Bronstein - Semen Furman
16th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1948
Gedeon Barcza - David Bronstein
Budapest-Moscow, Budapest
1949
Anatoly Bannik - David Bronstein
25th URS-ch, Riga URS
1958
Nikolac Bakulin - David Bronstein
32nd URS-ch, Kiev URS
Isaak Boleslavsky - David Bronstein
Candidats Playoff 1pl, Moscow
1950
Vitaly Tarasov - David Bronstein
28th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1961