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Rudolf Swiderski (born 28 July 1878, Leipzig — died 12 August 1909, Leipzig) was a German chess master.
He took 6th at Eisenach 1896 (Hauptturnier), took 2nd at Annaberg 1897, tied for 7-8th at Berlin 1897, and tied for 3-6th in Amsterdam. He made his mark in 1900 when he won 1st place at the Munich Hauptturnier. After this he played in several major tournaments.
In 1902, he tied for 7-8th in Hanover (13th DSB Congress; Dawid Janowski won). In 1903, he took 8th in Vienna (King’s Gambit theme tournament; Mikhail Chigorin won). In 1904, he took 6th in Monte Carlo (Géza Maróczy won). In 1904, he tied for 1st-2nd with Frank Marshall in Monte Carlo (Rice Gambit theme tournament). In 1904, he tied for 1st-3rd with Curt von Bardeleben and Carl Schlechter in Coburg (14th DSB Congress).
In 1905, he tied for 4-5th in Scheveningen (Marshall won). In 1905, he took 2nd, behind Leo Fleischmann in Barmen (B tourn). In 1906, he took 13th in Nuremberg (15th DSB Congress; Marshall won). In 1906, he tied for 12-13th in Ostend (Schlechter won). In 1907, he took 17th in Ostend (B tournament; Akiba Rubinstein and Ossip Bernstein won). In 1908, he took 12th in Vienna (Oldřich Duras, Maróczy and Schlechter won). In 1908, he tied for 14-15th in Düsseldorf (16th DSB Congress; Marshall won). In 1909, he won in Leipzig.
Sadly he committed suicide shortly after his 31st birthday allegedly because he could not face an operation.

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  1. I have seen many games by NN. He played Morphy too. I must say, he was not very good. He lost every game, in fact.

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  3. This guys is the best, other ones talks so much and do less, and bore the shit out of you…this guy is precise…gets into action and dosent make your ears bleed like others.

  4. Excellent videos! I just subscribed. In this video, I was able to see the best move, but in the first one, I didn't.

  5. Kxf2 is a better option than Qxf2. Even though they are obviously all resignable positions you can hold out longer that way.

  6. he's wearing an other shirt then in the other videos 🙂

    I totally think you are a very smart chess commentator

  7. wouldnt queen to e2 have been a better move than queen to g3? e2 prevents the knight's fork and still protects the pawn on e4

  8. i think the interesting thing about Go is that computers still can't outthink humans in this game, while the best chess computers are capable of beating pretty much everyone (just thinking of those programs with over 1tb size that play a perfect endgame – i believe 7 pieces or less on the board). but even older ones like fritz 9 beat 99% of the world's chess players without having any trouble at all.


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