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26 September 2016

Mark Dvoretsky Passes Away (1947-2016)

The great trainer was 68 years old.

Mark Dvoretsky Passes Away (1947-2016)
Mark Dvoretsky Passes Away (1947-2016)
Mark Izrailevich Dvoretsky, Honored Trainer of USSR, Russia, and Georgia, FIDE Senior Trainer, author of many best-selling chess books, passed away on September 26 at the age of 68. 

One of the most respected trainers in the world worked with Artur Yusupov, Sergey Dolmatov, Nana Alexandria, Alexei Dreev, Vadim Zvjaginsev, Viorel Bologan, Ernesto Inarkiev, Vladimir Potkin, Alexander Motylev, Ivan Popov, and many other players. His students won many titles, including World Junior Championships, European and national championships, went deep in World Championship cycles. 

The books by Dvoretsky covered a wide area of subjects. The 5-volume School of Future Champions gave insights on working on different aspects of chess. His Endgame Manual became a best-selling textbook. The two-volume Book For Colleagues and Friends is a biography book and a collection of articles for various magazines and websites. 

Russian Chess Federation expresses deep condolences to family, friends and relatives of Mark Dvoretsky.


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