In , Lipnitsky passed away of leukaemia in his hometown of Kiev. Qa4 7. What I didn't learn until much later, reading the works of the later Catholic Saints, was that Noah came out with a Sicilian Dragon in the next game, and Isaac skewered that bad boy too. In a fit of pique, Noah killed one of the dragons on the ark, and after years the other one died, and with no way to reproduce, that is how they went extinct. You might ask Kulla Tierchen if he comes online.
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In , Lipnitsky passed away of leukaemia in his hometown of Kiev. Qa4 7. What I didn't learn until much later, reading the works of the later Catholic Saints, was that Noah came out with a Sicilian Dragon in the next game, and Isaac skewered that bad boy too. In a fit of pique, Noah killed one of the dragons on the ark, and after years the other one died, and with no way to reproduce, that is how they went extinct.
You might ask Kulla Tierchen if he comes online. What a guy. He was probably as good as Geller and Gligoric by then, but never got the chance to climp into the real elite. Does anybody at this forum have more facts about him? The circumstances surrounding his death seem to be a mystery. I analysed a game by Kiev's candidate master Lipnitsky with his annotatations. I think he is chessplayer with a great future. Becomes master. The 1st part of this book is very useful for studying positional play, the 2nd one represents quite comprehensive analysis of Ragozin defence on a basis of the 1st part.
This book has influenced Fischer. Recently the 1st part was published again in Moscow, but 2nd part was replaced by Lipnitsky's selected games. Lipnitsky similar to Bronstein was a part of Kiev chess school, listening to the lectures of Bohatirchuk, Konstantinopolsky, et al. Since early 50th he suffered serious illness of blood It's long overdue.
Do you happen to know what caused Lipnitsky's death. He wasn't that old. According to this book, an author was the last person, who visited Lipnitsky at the hospital. His book "Questions of Modern Chess Theory" is out now.
Seated in front is Tigran Petrosian flanked by two ladies. According to legend, Bobby Fischer learned Russian so that he could read this book. A master candidate in '49, and then shared second in the very strong field of the USSR championship!
A great author. It is really incredible that it took more then 50 years to have his work translated. Becoming a member is free , anonymous , and takes less than 1 minute! If you already have a username, then simply login login under your username now to join the discussion.
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With the Black pieces:. Issak Oskarovich Lipnitsky was Ukrainian champion in and Wikipedia article: Isaac Lipnitsky. Bronstein vs Lipnitsky. C19 French, Winawer, Advance. Lipnitsky vs Michael Neckermann. Soviet-US Military Admin match. B60 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer.
Petrosian vs Lipnitsky. A04 Reti Opening. Lipnitsky vs Smirnov. Belin vs Lipnitsky. D30 Queen's Gambit Declined. Keres vs Lipnitsky. USSR Championship. E02 Catalan, Open, 5. Lipnitsky vs Bondarevsky. C61 Ruy Lopez, Bird's Defense. Suetin vs Lipnitsky. C78 Ruy Lopez. Lipnitsky vs Tolush. E10 Queen's Pawn Game. V Mikenas vs Lipnitsky. D50 Queen's Gambit Declined. Lipnitsky vs G Borisenko. E40 Nimzo-Indian, 4. Sokolsky vs Lipnitsky. C92 Ruy Lopez, Closed. Lipnitsky vs Aronin.
B90 Sicilian, Najdorf. V Liublinsky vs Lipnitsky. C45 Scotch Game. Lipnitsky vs Boleslavsky. B56 Sicilian. Flohr vs Lipnitsky. Lipnitsky vs Petrosian. E11 Bogo-Indian Defense. Averbakh vs Lipnitsky. Alatortsev vs Lipnitsky. E46 Nimzo-Indian. Lipnitsky vs Smyslov. Konstantinopolsky vs Lipnitsky. A13 English. Lipnitsky vs Geller. E70 King's Indian. Lipnitsky vs K Klaman. A53 Old Indian. Furman vs Lipnitsky.
Novotelnov vs Lipnitsky. PVS : I have no facts on his death. Featured game: Lipnitsky vs Smyslov, Page Questions of Modern Chess Theory. Polerio : "Questions of Modern Chess Theory" is undoubtedly one of the best chess books ever written! DoctorD : Perhaps the bio should be changed now that his book is available in English. Penguincw : R. NOTE: Create an account today to post replies and access other powerful features which are available only to registered users.
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Questions of Modern Chess Theory by Isaac Lipnitsky
He was a two-time Ukrainian champion , , and was among Ukraine's top half-dozen players from to He was a chess theoretician and professional teacher. Lipnitsky was a childhood companion and chess rival of David Bronstein in Kiev. In Bronstein's acclaimed book, coauthored with Tom Furstenberg, The Sorcerer's Apprentice , Bronstein and Lipnitsky are pictured together in a group photo from the Kiev Junior Chess Club in , and Bronstein includes an early drawn game from against Lipnitsky in his collection. Lipnitsky served in the Soviet Red Army , fought in the Battle of Stalingrad , and was decorated four times. This earned him the Master title. Efim Geller , who later earned the Grandmaster title, was second.
Questions of Modern Chess Theory is the lost masterpiece of Soviet chess literature. It was written by a 2-time Ukrainian Champion, and published in the Soviet Union in Russian experts say it is one of the most influential chess books of the 20th century, yet it was never published in English. Isaac Lipnitsky was a major player on the Soviet chess scene just after World War Two, strong enough to take the scalps of Keres, Smyslov and Petrosian. He would no doubt have been a household name had he not tragically passed away at a young age in In the original version from , the Ragozin variation of the Queen's Gambit found its way into Fischer's repertoire.