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LXALECGC02

Complete Games Collection II (1921-1925)

with his own annotations

344 pages, hardback, Russian Chess House, 1. edition 2021

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The first Russian world champion Alexander Alekhine went down in history not only as a winner of many tournaments and matches and the creator of hundreds of masterpieces of chess creativity. He is also rightfully considered one of the most prominent analysts of all time. Alekhine's comments are distinguished by depth and objectivity, a clear statement of the prisoners in the position of ideas. In this edition, for the first time, ALL games of Alekhine with author's notes are collected. Many of them now can be found only in old magazines, some have not been published before. The editorial notes take into account the achievements of modern computer analysis.

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Weight 520 g
Manufacturer Russian Chess House
Width 15 cm
Height 22 cm
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2021
Author Alexander Alekhine
Edition 1
ISBN-13 978-5-94693-954-6
Pages 344
Binding hardback

003 Alexander Alekhine. 1921 - 1925, First years in emigration

PART III.

WORLD TITLE CONTENDER (1921 - 1925)

007 Matches with Teichmann and Saemisch. Triberg, Budapest, The Hague tournaments. No. 148-167

054 Consultation and exhibition games. Bad Pistyan tournament. No. 168-180

082 London, Hastings and Vienna tournaments. No. 181-197

129 Simultaneous and exhibition games. Margate tournament. No. 198-203

144 Carlsbad tournament. No. 204-210

166 Portsmouth tournament. North American tour. No. 211-225

201 NewYork, 1924. No. 226-245

265 Simultaneous games. Paris and Bern tournaments. No. 246-257

293 Baden-Baden, 1925. No. 258-270

324 Simultaneous games. Hastings tournament. No. 271-277

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