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226 short batches of Alekhine

Publisher: Nizhny Novgorod

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Exactly forty years: from 1907 to 1946. The chess career of world champion Alexander Alekhine continued. During this time, in tournaments, matches and demonstrations, he sagralya more than 50,000 pariahs. Only a small part of them (about 2000) was recorded and preserved to this day. & Nbsp;

The book contains short games of Alekhine, ending no later than the 26th move. The author searched for them literally around the world in old newspapers and chess magazines in many countries of the world, as well as in private archives. Naturally, most party readers are unknown.
Parties are provided with small comments. If possible, abbreviated notes of Alekhine himself or his contemporaries were used.
For a wide range of chess lovers.
Contents of the book - V. Charushin - & quot; 226 short lots of Alexander Alekhine & quot;

Introduction
Stages of a long journey
1907-1911
1912-1916
1917-1921
1922-1926
1927-1931
1932-1936
1937-1941
1942-1946
Parties without comment
In the memory of contemporaries and descendants
Debut Index
Alekhine partners index


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