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Lecture by GM Lubomir Kavalek

Chess Grandmaster Lubomir Kavalek will be visiting us again on September 8th at 5PM to give a lecture on his famousGufeld–Kavalek, Student Olympiad, Mariánské Lázně 1962 game as well as other brilliant games.


Among GM Kavalek's numerous achieves are:

  • Award winning chess journalism when he wrote for multiple publications including the Washington Post and currently for the Huffington Post
  • Finished 1st in 3 U.S. Championships
  • Served as a second to Bobby Fischer during his successful 1972 World Championship match with Boris Spassky in Iceland
  • Achieved the 10th highest rated player in the world not once, but twice
  • Stayed in the top 100 highest rated active players for a period of 25 years
  • Drew Bobby Fisher, beat Smyslov
  • Trained Nigel Short to qualify to play for the World Championship against Kasparov
  • Escaped from Eastern Europe during the Cold War

If you're interested in knowing more about GM Kavalek, check out the Wikipedia page:

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  • soccer00


    September 14, 2012

  • Jennifer X.

    Edwin really likes the lecture.

    September 9, 2012

  • Wang H.

    My protege Dino enjoyed the lecture and stories.

    September 8, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Recent games as well as classic games were analyzed with audience participation. GM Kavalek included the story of Madame de Remusat & the legendary Tal. A very worthwhile lecture with lots of encouragement for new & experienced players.

    September 8, 2012

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