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by Alexander Alekhine

Download My Best Games of Chess, 1924-1937 ePub
  • ISBN 0679140247
  • ISBN13 978-0679140245
  • Author Alexander Alekhine
  • Publisher David McKay Co (January 2000)
  • Formats azw rtf lit mbr
  • Category Humour
  • Subcategory Puzzles and Games
  • Size ePub 1272 kb
  • Size Fb2 1636 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 610


This book covers the period when Alekhine was World Chess Champion, including his match with Capablanca and his two matches with Euwe. Included as an appendix in the back of this book all 120 games in this book.

This book covers the period when Alekhine was World Chess Champion, including his match with Capablanca and his two matches with Euwe.

Start by marking My Best Games Of Chess: as Want to Read . Lilienthal could also boast three blitz game victories against the chess genius Alexander Alekhine, though these, played at the rate of five minutes per player per game, did not count for official tournament records.

Start by marking My Best Games Of Chess: as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. After his defeats in these quickplay contests, Alekhine, invariably generous to promising young chess talents, personally funded Lilienthal’s entry to an important blitz tournament for which the young Hungarian. Lilienthal died the other day and I noticed in an obituary this story

This is the book that every chess master and grandmaster has read and studied, and every aspiring chess master .

This is the book that every chess master and grandmaster has read and studied, and every aspiring chess master should be reading. The author, a World Chess Champion, clearly explains the most complex and difficult concepts. Grandmaster Reuben Fine wrote that Alekhine's collection of best games was one of the three most beautiful that he knew. World Champion Garry Kasparov wrote, "Alexander Alekhine is the first luminary among the others who are still having the greatest influence on me. I like his universality, his approach to the game, his chess ideas.

Alekhine, Alexander, 1892-1946, Chess players - France - Biography, Chess - Collections of games, Chess - Tournaments. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

This is a list of chess books that are used as references in articles related to chess. Alekhine, Alexander (1939). My Best Games of Chess 1924–1937. Harcourt (1939 e. ; David McKay (2000 e.

This book covers the period when Alekhine was World Chess Champion, including his match with Capablanca . Included as an appendix in the back of this book all 120 games in this book, in Algebraic notation, plus all 34 games in his match with Capablanca, all 30 games in his first match with Euwe and all 25 games in his second match with Euwe, all in algebraic notation.

1001 CHESS TACTICS from the Games of Everyday Chess. By Tim Brennan and Anthea Carson Tac. and difficult concepts. Grandmaster Reuben Fine wrote that Alekhine's collection of best games was one. My 60 Memorable Games: Chess Tactics, Chess Strategies with Bobby Fischer. 34 MB·4,579 Downloads·New! One of the most important chess books ever written, reissued in celebration of a chess genius. My Best Games of Chess 1908-1923. 91 MB·356 Downloads·New! and difficult concepts. 2 : 1001 chess tactics from the games of everyday chess players.

Lasker’s Manual of Chess by Emanuel Lasker, Masters of the Chessboard by Richard Réti . There are of course others, among them My Best Games of Chess, 1908–1937 by the fourth world chess champion, Alexander Alekhine.

Lasker’s Manual of Chess by Emanuel Lasker, Masters of the Chessboard by Richard Réti and Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual by Mark Dvoretsky are three that come to mind.

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My Best Games of Chess, 1924-1937. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove My Best Games of Chess, 1924-1937 from your list? My Best Games of Chess, 1924-1937. by Alexander Alekhine. Published January 2000 by David McKay Co. Subjects. Collections of games, Chess.

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Punind
Ishi press gets some credit for keeping alive the noteworthy Alekhine trilogy in its original published format, but with the welcome addition of a modern algebraic notation "translation" supplement which contains only the brief, un-analyzed gamescores. Unfortunately, this "extra plus" material only appears in Volumes 2 and 3! In an era witnessing the reissue of numerous chess classics employing modern algebraic notation and insightful additions to the original analysis, Ishi Press should consider making the extra effort to be competitive. Still appreciated, nonetheless.
Quttaro
This book is an absolute classic. Alekhine is one of the all time greats, and one of the very best annotators of all time. The book is in descriptive notation which is a shame but not a major problem. What I find intolerable is the attachment of other names as authors. Alekhine wrote the book, no one else. Writing a new introduction or designing a change of cover DOES NOT make you the author or part author. Such hubris defies belief. Other than that the book is worth the money, but original copies, without the additional so called authors are a better buy.
Arcanefire
According to some Grand Masters, this is the definitive book on Alekhine's brilliant chess play. Unfortunately, it is in the old English notation, which is enough to deter me from studying it seriously so far. A translation into the modern algebraic notation will do readers a great favor.