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Kaikamjozov: Genius and the Misery of Chess

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'Zhivko Kaikamjozov was born in 1931 in Dobrich (Bulgaria). He graduated from the Sofia Institute of Economics. In January 1962, after becoming a chess master, Zhivko established the first Bulgarian chess school for children in his native town.
\r\nKaikamjozov is well-known in the chess world, particularly for his students, who include grandmasters Velikov, Spassov, and Voiska, as well as Topalov\''s manager Silvio Danailov.
\r\nKaikamjzov was the manager of Bulgarian chess federation in the 1980s, he is an international arbiter. In 1990 he was one of the referees of the world title match Kasparov vs. Karpov in London.
\r\nIn 1986 he was elected President of the East-European zone of FIDE and became a member of the FIDE Central Committee. He was an editor of the Bulgarian chess magazine \''Chess thought\'' and has been a journalist since the mid 1990s.
\r\nKaikamjozov has authored 33 chess books.
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\r\nContents
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\r\nIntroduction 5
\r\nAs-Suli the Exile (880-946) 7
\r\nGioachino Greco (1600-1634) 10
\r\nLouis-Charles Mahe de la Bourdonnais (1795-1840) 12
\r\nLionel Kieseritzky (1806-1853) 16
\r\nIsidor Gunsberg (1854-1930) 19
\r\nPaul Morphy (1837-1884) 23
\r\nRudolf Charousek (1873-1900) 30
\r\nRudolfvon Bilguer (1815-1840) 35
\r\nCecil de Vere (1845-1875) 37
\r\nCarl Walbrodt (1871-1902) 39
\r\nDaniel Noteboom (1910-1932) 41
\r\nKarl Schlechter (1874-1918) 43
\r\nWilheim Steinitz (1842-1889) and Johannes Zukertort (1836-1900) 49
\r\nGustav Neumann (1838-1881) 60
\r\nHarry Nelson Pillsbury (1872-1906) 63
\r\nAkiba Rubinstein (1882-1962) 72
\r\nGyula Breyer (1894-1921) 78
\r\nJose-Raul Capablanca (1888-1942) 82
\r\nSamuel Reshevsky (1911-1992) 85
\r\nCarlos Torre (1904 - 1978) 89
\r\nThe Tragic Fate of the Gamblers 93
\r\nDavid Janowsky (1868-1927) 95
\r\nSavielly Tartakower (1887-1956) 8
\r\nWorld War II and the chess players 102
\r\nKlaus Junge (1924-1945) 103
\r\nMark Stolberg (1922-1942) 108
\r\nDavid Przepiorka (1880-1942)
\r\nVladimir Petrov (1908-1943) 116
\r\nAlexander Alekhine (1892-1946) 119
\r\nJan Donner (1927-1988) 120
\r\nBoris Spassky (born 1937) 131
\r\nRobert Fischer (1943-2008) 137
\r\nHenrique Mecking (born 1952) 148
\r\nGarry Kasparov (born 1963) 152
\r\nNigel Short (born 1965) 160
\r\nMaia Chiburdanidze (born 1961) 166
\r\nGata Kamsky (born 1974) 169
\r\nJudit Polgar (born 1976) 175
\r\nVeselin Topalov (born 1975) 181
\r\nPeter Leko (born 1979) 186
\r\nAntoaneta Stefanova (born 1979) 191
\r\nEtienne Bacrot (born 1983) 197
\r\nRuslan Ponomariov (born 1983) 201
\r\nTeimour Radjabov (born 1987) 207
\r\nHumpy Koneru (born 1987) 211
\r\nKateryna Lahno (born 1989) 213
\r\nSergey Karjakin (born 1990) 215
\r\nMagnus Carlsen (born 1990) 220
\r\nSuggested further reading 224
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\r\n224 Seiten, 2008, Figurine Notation, kartoniert, englisch.'