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Capablanca, Weltmeister ..

CD/DVD-box, ChessBase, 1. edition 2006.

From the Series »ChessBase Monographien«

€24.99
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The Cuban Jose Raul Capablanca, World chess Champion 1921-1927, was considered at the height of his career to be almost unbeatable and received the nickname: "the chess machine". Even those of his colleagues who reached the chess throne would call him a "genius" (Alekhine) or "the greatest player in the history of chess" (Fischer).

This CD came into being as a result of the co-operation between various authors. It contains:

  • the main database with all available games by Capablanca, introduced by a biography. Approximately 300 of the games are annotated. The largest contribution to this database was made by Peter Schneider.
  • an appreciation by Dr Robert Hübner of the 1927 WCh-Match between Capablanca and Alek­hine.
  • an endgame database by GM Mihail Marin. It contains 1 text and 14 games (or parts of games). The Romanian grandmaster casts some light above all on the moment of the transition to the endgame.
  • a tactics database put together by Martin Seifert. Perhaps there are not so many briiliant combinations known from Capablanca's play, but these do exist. The author has put together a database of 103 games, in each of which a training question (or questions) allows you to test and improve your vision.

The Cuban Jose Raul Capablanca, World chess Champion 1921-1927, was considered at the height of his career to be almost unbeatable and received the nickname: "the chess machine". Even those of his colleagues who reached the chess throne would call him a "genius" (Alekhine) or "the greatest player in the history of chess" (Fischer).

This CD came into being as a result of the co-operation between various authors. It contains:

  • the main database with all available games by Capablanca, introduced by a biography. Approximately 300 of the games are annotated. The largest contribution to this database was made by Peter Schneider.

  • an appreciation by Dr Robert Hübner of the 1927 WCh-Match between Capablanca and Alek­hine.

  • an endgame database by GM Mihail Marin. It contains 1 text and 14 games (or parts of games). The Romanian grandmaster casts some light above all on the moment of the transition to the endgame.

  • a tactics database put together by Martin Seifert. Perhaps there are not so many briiliant combinations known from Capablanca's play, but these do exist. The author has put together a database of 103 games, in each of which a training question (or questions) allows you to test and improve your vision.

Details
Language German
Author Hübner, Robert Dr.
Marin, Mihail
Schneider, Peter
Seifert, Martin
Publisher ChessBase
Series ChessBase Monographien
Edition 1.
Medium CD PC
Weight 110 g
Width 13.5 cm
Height 19 cm
Year of Publication 2006
Binding CD/DVD-box

Capablanca, Weltmeister ..

EUR

24.99