From Ukraine with Love for Chess - Ruslan Ponomariov (K-6119)

K-6119

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With contributions by Vasyl Ivanchuk, Ruslan Ponomariov, Mariya and Anna Muzychuk and many, many others

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Language versionsEnglish
Available in the setNo
Author / AuthorsRuslan Ponomariov
PublisherNew In Chess
Publication date1st edition 2022
Pages208
ISBN9789493257573
HardcoverNo
PaperbackYes
LevelAny
DownloadableNo
Width17.5 cm / 6.89 inch
Height24 cm / 9.45 inch

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The Ukrainian chess community is helping Ukraine in the war against Russia. The chess genius Vasyl Ivanchuk is giving online simuls to raise funds. European champion and Olympic gold medal winner Natalia Zhukova is working as a politician in Odessa. And FIDE World Champion Ruslan Ponomariov coordinated this wonderful collection of chess games from Ukrainian players, published by New In Chess. All games were nominated and annotated by the players themselves. The proceeds of this book will support Ukrainian charities.

The book also covers the three legendary Olympic victories by Ukraine, in 2004 and 2010 for the men’s team and 2006 for the women’s team. Oleg Romanishin remembers his training match against Mikhail Tal. And Jan Timman has a look at his favourite Ukrainian study composers.

With contributions by Vasyl Ivanchuk, Ruslan Ponomariov, Anna and Mariya Muzychuk, Anton Korobov, Vladimir Tukmakov, Pavel Eljanov, Andrei Volokitin, and many, many others.

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From Ukraine with Love for Chess - Ruslan Ponomariov (K-6119)

From Ukraine with Love for Chess - Ruslan Ponomariov (K-6119)

With contributions by Vasyl Ivanchuk, Ruslan Ponomariov, Mariya and Anna Muzychuk and many, many others

Content

007 Preface
008 Acknowledgments
011 Chapter I The Pioneers
012 Leonid Stein
016 Vladimir Savon
021 Gennady Kuzmin
024 Vladimir Tukmakov
029 Alexander Beliavsky
035 Chapter II Oleg Romanishin’s matches with Mikhail Tal
049 Chapter III We are Ukrainian
050 Vasyl Ivanchuk
054 Ruslan Ponomariov
062 Pavel Eljanov
065 Zahar Efimenko
075 Viktor Moskalenko
077 Mikhail Golubev
081 Vladimir Baklan
083 Alexander Moiseenko
087 Chapter IV Heroic Ivanchuk leads Ukraine to victory at the Calvia Olympiad in 2004
117 Chapter V Unstoppable Ukraine – The Women’s Team wins the Turin Olympiad in 2006
129 Chapter VI A fully deserved win by Ukraine at the Olympiad in 2010 
143 Chapter VII What’s your Superpower? I’m Ukrainian!
144 Mykhaylo Oleksiyenko
149 Yuriy Kryvoruchko
152 Anton Korobov
158 Alexander Areshchenko
163 Andrei Volokitin
167 Yuriy Kuzubov
172 Anna Ushenina
177 Anna Muzychuk
183 Mariya Muzychuk
191 Kirill Shevchenko
195 Chapter VIII Ukrainian nuggets
207 Explanation of symbols

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