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About Ivan Drapan

LocationYaroslavskaya Oblast', Russia
GenderMale
InterestsÑhess.

Ivan Drapan's Albums

5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Players. Match.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Players. Match. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. Isaak Boleslavsky (1919-1977) - Soviet chess player, grandmaster (1950), contender for world championship, chess theorist and trainer. 2. The match between Wilhelm Steinitz and Johann Zuckertort is the first official match for the title of world chess champion. It took place from January 11 to March 29, 1886 in three US cities - New York, St. Louis and New Orleans. 3. The match between Wilhelm Steinitz and Johann Zuckertort is the first official match for the title of world chess champion. It took place from January 11 to March 29, 1886 in three US cities - New York, St. Louis and New Orleans. 4. Boris Markovich Verlinsky (1888-1950) - Soviet chess player, the first official grandmaster of the USSR in the world since 1920, international master (awarded posthumously in 1950 for his special merits in chess). Champion of the USSR (1929). Champion of Moscow (1928). 5. The photo captures the moments of the party Lipschitz and Steinitz. Napier is watching the game. Name: 7th Staats-Zeitung Challenge Cup Tournament . Place: Murray Isle, Thousand Islands. Start date: 2 Aug. 1897. End date: 6 Aug. 1897.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Match. Tournament.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Match. Tournament. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. The match for the title of world chess champion between world champion Alexander Alekhin and challenger Efim Bogolyubov. April 1 - June 14, 1934. Winner - Alexander Alekhine. 2. The match for the title of world chess champion M. Botvinnik - V. Smyslov. Moscow. March 16 - May 13, 1954. The match ended in a draw and Botvinnik remained the world champion. 3. The match for the title of world chess champion between Wilhelm Steinitz and Mikhail Chigorin Havana. January 20 - February 24, 1889. The winner is Wilhelm Steinitz. 4. The match for the title of world chess champion between Wilhelm Steinitz and Emmanuel Lasker. Montreal. March 13 - May 26, 1894. The winner is Emanuel Lasker. 5. Match tournament for the title of USSR absolute chess champion. Moscow-Leningrad. March 23 - April 29, 1941. The winner is Mikhail Botvinnik.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Odessa. St. Petersburg. Kiev.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Odessa. St. Petersburg. Kiev. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. South Russian chess tournament. Odessa. 1909/1910 The winner is Boris Verlinsky. 2. International chess tournament. General tournament. St. Petersburg. April 8 - May 9, 1914. The winner is Jose Raul Capablanca. 3. International chess tournament. The final of the tournament. St. Petersburg. May 1914. The winner is Emanuel Lasker. 4. 1st championship of Ukraine (1st All-Ukrainian Congress). Kiev. March 29 - April 11, 1924. The winner is Jacob Vilner. 5. 21st USSR Chess Championship. Kiev. January 7 - February 7, 1954. The winner is Yuri Averbakh.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Tallinn. Moscow.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Tallinn. Moscow. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. 33rd USSR Chess Championship. Tallinn. November 21 - December 24, 1965. The winner is Leonid Stein. 2. 90 years since the victory of Efim Bogolyubov at the 1st Moscow International Tournament. Moscow. November 10 - December 8, 1925 Efim Bogolyubov (1889-1952). 3. 2nd Moscow International Chess Tournament. Moscow. February 15 - March 15, 1935. The winners are Mikhail Botvinnik and Salomon Flor. 4. 3rd Moscow International Chess Tournament. Moscow. May 14 - June 8, 1936. The winner is Jose Raul Capablanca. 5. 3rd All-Union Chess Championship Championship of the USSR. Moscow. August 23 - September 15, 1924. The winner is Yefim Bogolyubov.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Paris. New York. Marienbad. Hastings.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Paris. New York. Marienbad. Hastings. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. International Chess Federation (FIDE). It was founded on July 20, 1924. Paris. FIDE's motto is “We are one family.” 2. 1st unofficial chess Olympiad in the framework of the VIII Olympic Games. Paris. July 12 - July 20, 1924. The winner is the team of Czechoslovakia. 3. International chess tournament. New York. March 06 - April 18, 1924. The winner is Emanuel Lasker. 4. International chess tournament. Marienbad. May 20 - June 8, 1925. The winners are Akiba Rubinstein and Aron Nimtsovich. 5. International chess tournament. Hastings. December 27, 1934 - January 5, 1935. The winners are Max Euwe, George Thomas and Salomon Flor.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Nottingham. Tel Aviv. St. Petersburg. Lviv. Baden Baden.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Nottingham. Tel Aviv. St. Petersburg. Lviv. Baden Baden. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. International chess tournament. Nottingham. August 10 -28, 1936. The winners are Mikhail Botvinnik and Jose Raul Capablanca. 2. 16th Chess Olympiad. Tel Aviv. November 2-25, 1964. The winner is the USSR team. 3. International Chess Congress in memory of M.I. Chigorina. St. Petersburg. February 14 - March 12, 1909. The winners are Emanuel Lasker and Akiba Rubinstein. 4. 1st Lviv Chess Championship. 1895 Winner - Ignatz von Popiel. 5. International chess tournament. Baden Baden. April 16 - May 13, 1925. Winner - Alexander Alekhine.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Breslau. Nuremberg. Hastings. Mannheim. Budapest.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Breslau. Nuremberg. Hastings. Mannheim. Budapest. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. International chess tournament. It was held as part of the 6th Congress of the German Chess Union. Breslau. July 15 - 27, 1889. Winner - Siegbert Tarrasch. 2. International chess tournament. Nuremberg. July 20 - August 9, 1896. The winner is Emanuel Lasker. 3. International chess tournament. Hastings. August 5 - September 2, 1895. The winner is Harry Nelson Pilsbury. 4. International chess tournament. It was held as part of the 19th Congress of the German Chess Union. Mannheim. July 19 - August 1, 1914. The winner is Alexander Alekhine. 5. International chess tournament. Budapest. 1896, October. The winner is Mikhail Chigorin.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Tournament. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. International Chess Federation (FIDE). It was founded on July 20, 1924. Paris. FIDE's motto is “We are one family.” 2. International chess tournament. Cambridge Springs (USA). April 25 - May 19, 1904 The winner is Frank Marshall. 3. International chess tournament. It was held as part of the 6th Congress of the British Chess Union. Manchester. August 25 - September 8, 1890. Winner - Siegbert Tarrasch. 4. International chess tournament. It was held as part of the 6th American Chess Congress New York. March 25 - May 27, 1889. The winners are Mikhail Chigorin and Max Weiß. 5. International chess tournament. Ostende. June 12 - July 18, 1905 The winner is Geza Maroci.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Players.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Players. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko. 1. David Bronstein. 1924-2006 - Soviet and Russian chess player, grandmaster (1950). Contender for the World Championship (1951). Two-time champion of the USSR - 1948 and 1949. Six-time champion of Moscow (1946, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1968. Winner of interzonal tournaments in Saltsebaden (1948) and Gothenburg (1955). 2. Ossip Bernstein (1882-1962) - international grandmaster (1950), international arbiter (1952). Champion of Moscow (1911 3. Isidor Gunsberg (1854-1930 - one of the strongest chess players in the world at the end of the 19th century, contender for world championship; chess journalist. 4. Fedir Bohatyrchuk (1892-1984) - Soviet and Canadian chess player, champion of the USSR (1927). He took part in six All-Union chess championships: 1923 (received the title of master), 1924, 1927, 1931, 1933, 1934. In 1946, he won the Klaus Junge Memorial in Regensburg. In 1948 he emigrated to Canada. He played for the Canadian team at the 1954 Chess Olympiad in Amsterdam [7]. In 1954 he became an international master (FIDE could not award him the title of international grandmaster due to the protest of the USSR). In 1967, the International Chess Federation of Correspondence Games (ICCF) also awarded him the title of international master (he did not become a grandmaster in connection with the protest of the USSR). 5. Richard Teichmann (1868-1925) - German chess player and chess composer, chess journalist.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess. Players. Match. Tournament.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess. Players. Match. Tournament. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko 1. Siegbert Tarrasch (1862-1934) is one of the largest chess players and chess theorists in history. The most active follower of the Steinitz positional school . 2. Garry Nelson Pilsbury (1872-1906) is an American chess player, one of the strongest chess theoreticians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 3. Mikhail Ivanovich Chigorin (1850-1908) - Russian chess player, the strongest chess player in Russia at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. The first Russian chess player to participate in the match for the world title. Twice Chigorin played against Steinitz. Both matches were won by Steinitz. In the years 1899-1901 Chigorin won three All-Russian tournaments. Chigorin also won the international tournament in Budapest (1896) and the gambit tournament in Vienna (1903). In the early 1890s, Chigorin played matches against Isidore Gunsberg and Siegbert Tarrash. Both matches ended in a draw. 4. Mikhail Moiseyevich Botvinnik (1911-1995) - Soviet chess player, 6th in the history of chess and 1st Soviet world champion (1948-1957, 1958-1960, 1961-1963). Grandmaster of the USSR (1935), international grandmaster (1950) and referee for chess composition (1956); 6-time champion of the USSR (1931, 1933, 1939, 1944, 1945, 1952), absolute champion of the USSR (1941). Champion of Moscow (1943/44). Six-time winner of the Chess Olympiads as part of the USSR team (two-time winner in the individual competition). 5. Efim Petrovich Geller (1925-1998) - Soviet chess player, international grandmaster (1952), one of the strongest Soviet chess players of the post-war decades. From the beginning of the 1950s to the beginning of the 1970s, Geller performed six times in the contests of applicants, his highest achievements were 2-3 places in the tournament of applicants (1962) and the semifinal of matches of the applicants in 1965. He also won chess competitions in the USSR national team seven times, twice became the champion of the USSR (in 1955 and 1979) and won a number of international tournaments. Geller was known as a master of playing in sharp positions, including those with disturbed material balance. He was a major chess theorist who made a great contribution to the research of the Old Indian defense, the Spanish party, and Sicilian defense.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Olympiad.
5 Vintage Postcards. Chess Olympiad. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko 1. 38th Chess Olympiad Dresden, November 12 - 25, 2008. The winner is the team of Armenia. 2. 16th Chess Olympiad. Tel Aviv. November 2-25, 1964. The winner is the USSR team. Printable JPG. Instant Download. Photo File format : JPEG. File size: 4000 ×3000. 3,6 MB. 3. 11th Chess Olympiad. Amsterdam. September 4 - 25, 1954. The winner is the USSR team. 4. 8th Chess Olympiad. Buenos Aires. August 24 - September 19, 1939. The winner is the German team. 5. 1st unofficial chess Olympiad in the framework of the VIII Olympic Games. Paris. July 12 - July 20, 1924. The winner is the team of Czechoslovakia.
5 Vintage Postcards. 42nd Chess Olympiad. Baku. September 1-14, 2016.
5 Vintage Postcards. 42nd Chess Olympiad. Baku. September 1-14, 2016. Vintage Postcards. 42nd Chess Olympiad. Baku. September 1-14, 2016. In the men's team tournament, the winner is the US team. In the tournament of women's teams, the winner is the team of China. Publisher: Transcarpathian Regional Philatelist Partnership. Uzhgorod branch. Design: Alexander Shevchenko
5 Photo Chess Pieces, Chessboard:
5 Photo Chess Pieces, Chessboard: 1. Rook, Knight, Queen, King, Pawns from the "Dymkovskaya toy" set . Clay. 9-11 cm. 2. King, Bishops, Knight. Factory children's toys. Brest. 1988. 8.5-5.5 cm. 3. Chess "Kyrgyzstan". Bishkek. Tree. 9-7.3 cm. Chess Museum. Central Chess Club. Moscow. 4. Chess "Gift", 1980. Production Association of plastic products. Minsk. Plastic. 10-6, 3 cm. 5. Chess. 1960. Amber. 9-6 cm. Private collection of the eighth world champion Mikhail Tal. Riga.
5 chess pictures from the series “Chess Kingdom”, which are suitable for chess teachers
5 chess pictures from the series “Chess Kingdom”, which are suitable for chess teachers and parents in teaching children chess, for the design of educational classes and chess clubs.
5 Chess Picture, from the series “Chess Kingdom”.
5 chess pictures from the series “Chess Kingdom”, which are suitable for chess teachers and parents in teaching children chess, for the design of educational classes and chess clubs.
4 chess pictures, which are suitable for chess teachers.
4 chess pictures, which are suitable for chess teachers and parents in teaching children chess, for the design of educational classes and chess clubs.
Ñollage of 16 Photos Chess World Champion.
Ñollage of 16 Photos Chess World Champion. Portraits of each world champion were painted by Natalya Kochergina, People's Artist of the Russian Federation. Portraits were painted on canvas and printed on thickened linen paper imitating canvas. Photo of 16 world chess champions will decorate any interior. Large image size allows you to print large photos.
9 Vintage Photo Chess Players. XVII Chess Olympiad Havana 1966.
9 Vintage Photo Chess Players. XVII Chess Olympiad Havana 1966. 1. Vintage Photo of a Mikhail Òal, an ex-world chess champion. 2. Vintage Photo of a Boris Spassky, an ex-world chess champion. 3. Vintage Photo of a Tigran Petrosian, an ex-world chess champion. 4. Vintage Photo of The USSR national team is the winner of the XVII Chess Olympiad Havana 1966. 5. Vintage Photo of a Robert James Fisher, international grandmaster (USA). 6. Vintage Photo of a Laszlo Szabo, international grandmaster (Hungary). 7. Vintage Photo of a Miguel Najdorf, international grandmaster (Argentina), 8. Vintage Photo of a Alberic O.Kelly, international grandmaster (Belgien), 9. Vintage Photo of a Wolfgang Uhlman, international grandmaster (DDR).
8 Vintage Photo Chess Players. Tournament of contenders Bled Zagreb Belgrade. 1959:
8 Vintage Photo Chess Players. Tournament of contenders Bled Zagreb Belgrade. 1959: 1. Vintage Photo of a Mikhail Òal, an ex-world chess champion. 2. Vintage Photo of a Paul Keres, international grandmaster. 3. Vintage Photo of a Tigran Petrosyan, an ex-world chess champion. 4. Vintage Photo of a Svetozar Gligorich, grandmaster. 5. Vintage Photo of a Robert James "Bobby" Fischer, an ex-world chess champion. 6. Vintage Photo of a Friedrik Olafsson, grandmaster. 7. Vintage Photo of a Pal Benko, grandmaster. 8. Vintage Photo of a Vasily Smyslov, an ex-world chess champion.
Vintage Photo US Chess Players. USSR - USA. International chess match on the radio. 1946.
Vintage Photo US Chess Players. USSR - USA. International chess match on the radio. 1946. 1. Vintage Photo: Grandmaster Frank James Marshall presents the cup to the winner of the 1944 U.S. Championship Arnold Sheldon Denker. 2. U.S. Champion Arnold Sheldon Denker and U.S. Champion Gisela Kahn Gresser after presenting them with winners cups in 1944. 3. US Chess Players: Albert Sidney Pincus, Arnold Sheldon Denker, Israel Albert Horowitz, Anthony Edward Santasiere, Herman Steiner, Isaac Kashdan. 4. Behind the board is US champion A. Denker and champion G. Gresser. Stand (left to right): A. Pincus, F. Marshall, I. Horowitz, G. Steiner and R. Fine. 5. US Champion A. Denker for a game with M. Botvinnik (Radiomats USSR-USA, 1945). The game is being watched by the mayor of New York, Mr. La Guardia.
Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. 1982.
Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. 1982. 1. Vintage Photo Card of a Maya Chiburdanidze, former world chess champion, with a copy of an autograph. 2. Vintage Photo Card of a Boris Spassky, former world chess champion, with a copy of an autograph. 3. Vintage Photo Card of a Anatoly Karpov, former world chess champion, with a copy of an autograph. 4. Vintage Photo Card of a Garry Kasparov, former world chess champion, with a copy of an autograph.
Vintage Postcards. Cards. Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. Men. 1982.
Vintage Postcards. Cards. Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. Men. 1982. 1. Vintage Photo Card of a Mikhail Botvinnik, former world chess champion. 2. Vintage Photo Card of a Vasily Smyslov, former world chess champion. 3. Vintage Photo Card of a Michael Tal, former world chess champion. 4. Vintage Photo Card of a Boris Spassky, former world chess champion. 5. Vintage Photo from an Ñard of a Tigran Petrosyan, an ex-world chess champion. 6. Vintage Photo Card of a Anatoly Karpov, former world chess champion. 7. Vintage Photo Card of Championships of the USSR.
Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. Women. 1982.
Soviet Athletes. World Champions Chess. Women. 1982. 1.Vintage Photo Card of a Lyudmila Rudenko, former world chess champion. 2. Vintage Photo Card of a Elizabeth Bykova, former world chess champion. 3.Vintage Photo Card of a Olga Rubtsova, former world chess champion. 4. Vintage Photo Card of a Nona Gaprindashvili, former world chess champion. 5.Vintage Photo Card of a Maya Chiburdanidze, former world chess champion.
chessplayers 3: World Chess Champions 8
Ñontains large (250x350 mm) wall color portraits of all world chess Champions from V. Steinitz to M. Carlsen. Portraits of each world champion were specially painted on canvas for this project and printed on thickened "flax" paper that imitates the canvas. Designed for decoration of chess schools, clubs, sections, as well as for all chess lovers. Natalya Nikolaevna Kochergina (1939, Leningrad) is a Soviet and Russian production designer, costume designer. Winner of the Nika and Golden Aries Prizes. People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2004).
chessplayers 2: World Chess Champions 8
Ñontains large (250x350 mm) wall color portraits of all world chess Champions from V. Steinitz to M. Carlsen. Portraits of each world champion were specially painted on canvas for this project and printed on thickened "flax" paper that imitates the canvas. Designed for decoration of chess schools, clubs, sections, as well as for all chess lovers. Natalya Nikolaevna Kochergina (1939, Leningrad) is a Soviet and Russian production designer, costume designer. Winner of the Nika and Golden Aries Prizes. People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2004).
Chessplayers 1 Vintage Soviet Chess Photo
Vintage Soviet Chess Photo: Tigran Petrosyan, Mikhail Tal, M. Chiburdanidze - S. Makarychev at the game. Pictures were taken Drapan Ivan February 23, 1981, in Moscow, in the Palace of the weightlifting of the Central Sports Club of the Army during the 2nd match of the tournament between teams of the USSR in chess. Participants; four teams – 1st, 2nd, youth teams of the USSR and the senior team. Participants: world Champions among men and women, 3 ex-world Champions, 28 international grandmasters, 2 international masters and 1 master of sports of the USSR. The game took place on 8 boards in 2 circles. T. Petrosyan played in the 1st team, the Result of T. Petrosyan – 3 points out of 6. M.Tal played in the 1st team, the Result of M.Tal – 4,5 points out of 6 (the best result among all participants). M. Chiburdanidze played in the youth team, S. Makarychev played in the 2nd team. Result M. Chiburdanidze – 2 points out of 6, Makarychev – 3.5 out of 6 points.

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