Grandmaster Chess Player and Chess Arthur-Robert Byrne

Grandmaster Chess Player and Chess Arthur-Robert Byrne

The most popular and Grandmaster Chess player in the history is known by the name of Robber Byrne. His full name was Robert Eugene Byrne. Robert Byrne was also the Chess Author. In 1972, Robert Byrne won the Competition in the U.S Championship. In the 1974, he was known by the name of the World Chess Championship Player. During his career, he Played nine times from the Unites States in Chess Olympiads and became seven times Champion player and Won seven medals as a player. He earned a good name from 1952 to 1974 as a Chess Olympiads. He also Worked as  a chess Columnist In Ney York Times from 1972 t0 20006. Before entering into the Chess Profession, Robert Byrne taught in a University as Professor. He became the Chess Player in the Early 19 70.

Robert Byrne was born in America in 20th April, 1928. After College Education, Robert Byrne and His Brother Donald got Admission in the Yale University. During the University life they were the students of   Great Teacher John W. Collins. Both Robert and Donald became the graduate of  the University of Yale. Later, both became the Professor in a college.  Later on Robert become the Philosophy’s Professor at the Indiana University. Both were also interested in Chess from childhood.  Both Robert and Donald were among the top talented of an  American Coming Generation. Their academy fellows included Larry Evans, Arthur Bisguier, and George Kramer.

Robert had more talent than Donald and, he played the U.S open Championship in 1960, and won the Silver Medal as a 3rd Position.  He was also a poor performance in some of the Tournaments but ups and down are the Part of Life and he never himself, he always played with the Emotions of Winning. He proved himself that he is a great player in the Chess history in 1964 and become the Master Player. Robert Byrne has also the distinguished career, despite a Semi Professional Chess Player. His great achievement was an arguably qualification in 1974 when lots of candidates thanks to his third place finish at the Interzonal tournament in Leningrad in 1973.  All candidates were hopeful that he will be the winner and at last Robert Won the Tournament.

Robert started his Career as a columnist in New York Time. He wrote different columns about the chess and methodology of chess. Later on he became less active player and never win the form 1976-1977 at Torremolinos, in Harare on 1983 and in Lagos in 1993. He Published magazine about Chess and in which, he shared his experience of Chess and the legacy of United states Chess Federation.

Robert Byrne was included in the U.S Chess Hall of Fame in 1994. He retired from his Professional career at eh age of 78.He died on 12th April, 2013 at his home in Ossining at the age of 85 due to Parkinson’s disease.  He buried in Ossining, New York with lots of tears. God May, his Soul rest in peace.



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