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Member since Feb-15-03 · Last seen Apr-20-16
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   Malacha has kibitzed 87 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-10-05 Mark Taimanov (replies)
Malacha: <sitzkrieg> There is a lot of biograpical information in Taimanov's book "Taimanov's Selected Games" It's the most readily available bio book from Taimanov that I know of.I've heard about a few other,mostly printed in Russian,but haven't been able to get a hold of any of ...
   May-13-05 Tigran V Petrosian (replies)
Malacha: <lentil> I think the game your looking for is Petrosian vs Bronstein. 1956 Candidates Tournament. Hope this is the one.
   Apr-25-05 Eric Schiller (replies)
Malacha: <TechN9ne> Is the Fischer-Spassky book by Larry Evans you refered to earlier,the one that is co-authored by Ken Smith.The paper back I have was put out in 1973 by Fireside Books.It's full title is Chess World Championship 1972 Fischer vs.Spassky (A comment and diagram after ...
   Apr-04-05 Susan Polgar (replies)
Malacha: Hi Susan,a belated welcome to this wonderful site! Let me say it's a tremendous honor to have the opportuntity to converse like this with a person of your standing!Quite an honor indeed!! I suppose like most everyone else on this site I have several questions that I'm just burning ...
   Jan-20-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Malacha: <Kostich in time> This might not be the right page or even the right website to talk about baseball,but I'll keep it short.I didn't see the Ken Burns documentary on Baseball and from what I've read here,I didn't miss much.But,I do have very vivid memories of the Tiger/Cardinal
   Jan-14-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
Malacha: Mr.Keene,I was wondering if you might know anything about a recently released book of Mark Taimanov's memoirs? Apparently,the book was released in Russia recently.The web-site that I seen, had a very brief excerpt from the book,but gave no information as to the date it was released ...
   Aug-17-04 Duncan Suttles (replies)
Malacha: <parisattack/TechN9ne> I just read your post from the 13th.I'd be glad to send you the Suttles games.It'll take a little while,but I'll get them to you as soon as I can.<seoulmama> I haven't forgot about you,I'll send you more games as soon as I can.
   May-28-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Malacha: Does anyone know of any books about or written by Petrosian.The two that I have are, Petrosian:his life and games,written by Vasiliev and Petrosian's Legacy,written by Petrosian.I'd appreciate any help.
   May-15-04 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1978 (replies)
Malacha: <Jim Bartel> Before this game,Karpov lead 5-4 with 21 draws.By winning this game Korchnoi achieved tieing the match by winning 3 and drawing 1 in the last 4 games.
   May-05-04 Capablanca vs Botvinnik, 1925 (replies)
Malacha: In the book Botvinnik's best games,Botvinnik relates the story as follows, "after my 32nd move Rxc2+,Capablanca swept away the pieces(as a sign he had resigned) and moved on.The expression on his face was not very pleasant.Therefore,I am sceptical about eye-witness reports that ...
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