Lev Alburt

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Lev Alburt

Lev Osipovich Alburt (born August 21, 1945) is a chess Grandmaster, writer and coach. He was born in Orenburg, Russia, and became three-time Ukrainian Champion. After defecting to the United States in 1979, he became three-time U.S. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lev Alburt has received more than 39,257 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 129th most popular chess player.

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    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 18

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.63

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.23

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among chess players, Lev Alburt ranks 130 out of 256Before him are Alexander Beliavsky, Miroslav Filip, Edgard Colle, Nana Alexandria, Gennadi Sosonko, and Zoltán Ribli. After him are András Adorján, Harry Golombek, Rafael Vaganian, Xie Jun, Vassily Ivanchuk, and Artur Yusupov.

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Among people born in 1945, Lev Alburt ranks 335Before him are Leslie West, Ulla Pia, Hugo Fernández, Hugh Hopper, Loni Anderson, and Odd Iversen. After him are Lloyd Kaufman, Shekhar Mehta, Michael Bella, Nicholas Meyer, Zygmunt Maszczyk, and Michael Cristofer.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Lev Alburt ranks 1,393 out of 2,050Before him are Lyudmila Pinayeva (1936), Irina Privalova (1968), Zedd (1989), Igor Sechin (1960), Yuri Shevchuk (1957), and Anatoli Bashashkin (1924). After him are Alexey Miller (1962), Karen Shakhnazarov (1952), Aleksei Paramonov (null), Viktor Khristenko (1957), Elena Mukhina (1960), and Dmitri Radchenko (1970).


Among chess players born in Russia, Lev Alburt ranks 20Before him are Semyon Alapin (1856), Vladimir Kramnik (1975), Alexander Kotov (1913), Alexander Petrov (1799), Alexander Khalifman (1966), and Peter Romanovsky (null). After him are Artur Yusupov (1960), Alexander Morozevich (1977), Alexander Grischuk (1983), Peter Svidler (1976), Alexandra Kosteniuk (1984), and Ian Nepomniachtchi (1990).

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