Paul Keres

Paul Keres was an Estonian chess grandmaster and chess writer. He was among the world's top players from the mid-1930s to the mid-1960s, and narrowly missed a chance at a World Chess Championship match on five occasions. As Estonia was repeatedly invaded and occupied during World War II, Keres was forced by the circumstances to represent the former Soviet Union and Nazi Germany (1941–44) in international tournaments.

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Paul Keres

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Paul Keres - R. Asch
Deutsche Schachzeitung-6 3537, corr
1935
L. Blumenoff - Paul Keres
EST-ch, Tallinn
1933
Paul Keres - Eduard Dyckhoff
IFSB EU-OL prel-A bd1, corr
1935
Lajos Portisch - Paul Keres
San Antonio
1972
Paul Keres - F. Sachsenmaier
corr
1936
Paul Keres - Abram Khasin
24th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1957
Giuseppe Stalda - Paul Keres
Deutsche Schachzeitung intl-5 3435, corr
1934
Paul Keres - Alexander Kotov
Gagra training, Gagra
1953
Paul Keres - Werner Eberhard Kunerth
corr
1935
Svetozar Gligoric - Paul Keres
Candidats Tournament, Bled/Zagreb/Belgrade
1959
Paul Keres - Edgar Walther
12th olm final A, Moscow URS
1956.09.20
Paul Keres - Salo Landau
Noordwijk
1938
Fridrik Olafsson - Paul Keres
Candidats Tournament, Bled/Zagreb/Belgrade
1959
Paul Keres - Svetozar Gligoric
Zuerich
1961
Baron M Von Feilitzsch - Paul Keres
corr
1935
Bozidar Ivanovic - Paul Keres
Sarajevo 15th, Sarajevo
1972
Paul Keres - Samuel Reshevsky
Candidats Tournament, Zuerich
1953
Lev Aronin - Paul Keres
20th URS-ch, Moscow URS
1952