Gia Nadareishvili

Gia Nadareishvili

Gia Nadareishvili

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Gia Nadareishvili (Georgian გია ნადარეიშვილი; September 22, 1921 – October 3, 1991) was a Soviet chess composer of Georgian nationality, and author of many books on chess studies.

He was co-founder, with John Roycroft and others, of PCCC (Permanent Commission for Chess Composition), a body of FIDE presiding over chess composition. He was the USSR delegate in the annual meetings of PCCC until his death. In 1980 he was awarded from FIDE the title of Grandmaster for chess composition.

Nadareishvili composed about 500 studies, winning 21 first prizes, 25 second prizes and 20 third prizes in international tourneys.From Harold van der Heijden study database He published many books on endgame studies, among which a collection of 312 studies commented by 43 famous grandmasters.

By profession Nadareishvili was a neurologist, head of the neurology department of the central hospital of Tbilisi. He was awarded the title of Honorary Doctor by the Georgian state.

A study by Gia Nadareishvili

  • Solution:
1. Rf1+!  g1N+  (after 2. g1=Q? white takes the black rook, other black moves lead to a quick mate)
2. Rxg1+  Rxg1  3. Rf2!!  Be5  (otherwise black gets checkmated immediately)
4. Rh2+!  Bxh2  4. Nf2 mate.


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