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Questions of Modern Chess Theory is the lost masterpiece of Soviet chess literature. It was written by a double Ukrainian Champion, and published in the Soviet Union in Russian exper.
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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.
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.