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By Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander (ed.)

This quantity was once edited by means of foreign grasp and British Chess Champion Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander, dependent partly at the notes left via Alekhine to a couple of the video games. Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhine (1892-1946) was once not just one of many most powerful and most unusual chess gamers who ever lived, yet he used to be additionally the main debatable, moment merely to Bobby Fischer. every thing approximately his existence and loss of life was once arguable and continues to be being written approximately even this day, even supposing he died in 1946, that is sixty four years in the past.

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Nc4; if then the knight would have been taken, I should have retaken with my rook and would certainly have received my adversary's e-pawn. That this line of play could not have been prevented will best be seen on White's twenty-first move. 20. O-O-O Showalter: Bad indeed. The weakened queenside menaced by hostile rooks on open files affords very uncertain security for the white king. Rfc1 and advancing the c-pawn and a-pawn with some prospect of attack. 20. 21. Nf2 Lasker: If, for instance 21.

Cxd5 cxd5. Bxe4 The Chessville Weekly The Best Chess Newsletter On the Planet! dxe4 Nxe4 h6 Steinitz: He could not now advance the e-pawn without losing a pawn, as White would have exchanged twice, followed by Bxh7+, etc. Subscribe Today!! htm (1 of 5)03/04/05 17:23:22 Chessville - Instruction - Annotated Games - Lasker v Steinitz 1894 Game 14 Chess Links Chess Rules Place Your Ad in Chessville or in The Chessville Weekly Discussion Forum 11. Advertise to 10,000+ chess fans for as little as $25.

Nxd4 exd4 Qxd4 c5 The Net's Largest Chess Superstore Check out the Selection! The Chessville Weekly The Best Chess Newsletter On the Planet! Subscribe Today!! htm (1 of 4)03/04/05 17:23:12 Chessville - Instruction - Annotated Games - Lasker v. Bd6 which places this bishop too much in the way of the hostile pawns. Bd7. Bf4 Chess Links Bd7 0-0-0 Chess Rules A premature attack which subsequently costs time; the bishop should at once have been posted at e3. Place Your Ad in Chessville or in The Chessville Weekly 10.

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