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Born in Iceland, moved to England in 1959 and became one of the leading lights of IMCS in the mid-sixties. Published a paper on the Maelberg Variance in 1968; a station reference state which became well established in the early seventies and is in common use today. Maelberg has been a member of the Iceland World Championship Team since 1976.
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Icelandic by birth, Maelberg moved to north London in 1959 and quickly became one of the leading lights of IMCS in the mid-sixties, equally at home on paper and on the board. His essay on the Maelberg Variance in 1968 led to the station reference state which remains in common use today.

Maelberg has been a member of the Iceland World Championship Team since 1976, and was captain during their 1984 victory.

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