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Isaac Kashdan, American chess Grandmaster

Peter P. Lahde

Isaac Kashdan, American chess Grandmaster

a career summary with 757 games

by Peter P. Lahde

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by McFarland & Co. in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kashdan, Isaac, -- 1905-1985,
  • Chess players -- United States -- Biography,
  • Chess -- Collections of games

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementPeter P. Lahde.
    GenreBiography, Collections of games
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1439.K373 L34 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23229615M
    ISBN 109780786432967
    LC Control Number2009017982
    OCLC/WorldCa323161025

    Isaac Kashdan, November – 20 February , was an American chess grandmaster and chess writer. Kashdan was one of the world's best players in the late s and early s. He was twice US Open champion (, ). Comprehensive Isaac Kashdan chess games collection, opening repertoire, tournament history, PGN download, biography and news Biggest Chess Games Database Online.

    Slightly younger title-holders: Isaac Kashdan (born ) became a grandmaster in and Raúl Sanguineti (born ) in Carlos Torre (born or ) was awarded the title in , over half a century after almost completely retiring from competitive chess.   Third place went to Issac Kashdan, a player who (in my opinion) is unjustifiably neglected in today’s histories of American chess. Issac Kashdan (Chess Review, May ) Kashdan first came to prominence in when he won the individual gold medal as first board for the United States in the Chess Olympiad, and he successfully competed in.

      Arthur William Dake, a chess grandmaster and one of the last of a talented crop of American players who won major competitions before World War II, . : Second Piatigorsky Cup International Grandmaster Chess Tournament Held in Santa Monica, California August, xx[15 a]d pages with diagrams, photographs and table. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/4") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. Fist published in After the success of the First Piatigorsky Cup (), the second was organized by Gregor and Jacqueline.


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This work chronicles the chess career and games of Grandmaster Isaac Kashdan, one of the leading United States players of the s (along with such notables as Fine and Reshevsky). The main body of the work examines Kashdan's game play, with diagrams and analysis provided for many hundreds of his tournament games, match games, speed games 3/5(1).

“an American chess history buff’s rapture Lahde’s book is important, and he deserves our thanks for filling a longstanding void”—Chess Life “for all-around contributions to the game Isaac Kashdan has to rank at the very top or very close to it has filled a huge gap in America chess literature a first-rate research job McFarland has done its usual high-quality job with.

Isaac Kashdan, American Chess Grandmaster - Peter P. Lahde A Career Summary with Games pages, hardback. About the Book This work chronicles the chess career and games of Grandmaster Isaac Kashdan, one of the leading United States players of the s (along with Isaac Kashdan notables as Fine and Reshevsky).

The most recent one shows Isaac and Helen at the US Open. He was recovering from a stroke at the time and lived for two more years. Part 2 The Games of Isaac Kashdan This is the largest section of the book, running from page 73 to The author has done very well to collect Kashdan games (a standard database contains juts over ).

Isaac Kashdan, American Chess Grandmaster. By Peter P. Lahde. McFarland, ISBN: This brobdingnagian book is a fitting monument to Isaac Kashdan (), one of the greats of American chess.

The first part of the book gives a detailed outline of Kashdan’s career, and it is clear that he was at his very peak during the. One of the biggest disappointments of Kashdan's career was his failure to win the US Championship and the tournament was probably the bitterest of all.

This tournament was a race between Kashdan (+11 -1 =3) and Reshevky (+10 -0 =5). Kashdan would have been U.S. champion inbut for two unfortunate incidents over which he had no : Tartajubow.

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(), is a beautiful tribute to one of America's chess giants. The work, 20 years. Isaac Kashdan American Chess Grandmaster by Peter Career Summary with games McFarland & Company,Inc.,Publishers Box Jefferson,North Carolina Kashdan may have messed up, but Smirka deserves some credit for saving this one.

Feb Phony Benoni: I borrowed the Kashdan book mainly to see if it contained any US Open games I didn't have yet. Boy, did it ever. This one gets crazy around move three and never does leave the asylum.

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