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LXALECGC01

Complete Games Collection I (1905-1920)

with his own annotations

359 pages, hardback, Russian Chess House, 1. edition 2018

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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 2018
Author Alexander Alekhine
Language English
Edition 1
Pages 359
Binding hardback

005 Foreword

Part I

GAMES PLAYED IN TOURNAMENTS, MATCHES AND CORRESPONDENCE PLAY

ALEKHINE'S EARLY GAMES (1905-1913)

008 Earlyyears. Moscow tournaments, correspondence games. Games 1-22

064 Russian Amateur Chess Championship, Saint Petersburg. Games 23-36

089 Beginning ofthe 1910s. First international tournaments. Games 37-49

118 Tournament in Stockholm. Games 50-56

134 Tournament in Wilno. Games 57-62

149 Consultation and exhibition games. Match against Levitsky. Games 63-80

194 Tournament in Scheveningen. Match against Edward Lasker. Games 81-90

Part II

ALEKHINE - THE STRONGEST CHESS PLAYER IN RUSSIA

(1914-1920)

217 Russian Championship, Saint Petersburg. Games 91-100

242 Petersburg and Mannheim. Games 101-114

275 Games played during World War I. Games 115-139

321 Last Russian Tournaments. Games 140-147

337 Index of Openings

338 Index of Opponents

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