New York International Chess Tournament 1924 PDF/EPUB



10 thoughts on “New York International Chess Tournament 1924

  1. Steven Steven says:

    One of the most famous chess tournaments ever with all 110 games 72 of which were decisive annotated by then participant and not yet, but future, Word Champion Alexander Alekhine Alekhine was both a positional master and one of the greatest attacking players of all time To have his contemporaneous and unfiltered analysis is priceless He seems to have had an especial disdain for anti positional moves, which is striking because this is also the tournament where Reti unleashed his move of t One of the most famous chess tournaments ever with all 110 games 72 of which were decisive annotated by then participant and not yet, but future, Word Champion Alexander Alekhine Alekhine was both a positional master and one of the greatest attacking players of all time To have his contemporaneous and unfiltered analysis is priceless He seems to have had an especial disdain for anti positional moves, which is striking because this is also the tournament where Reti unleashed his move of the future, one of the hallmarks of Hypermodernism


  2. TrumanCoyote TrumanCoyote says:

    Naturally I m assuming that, given Al s often high handed and preemptory tone, he s generally right in his pronouncementsalthough his judgments about openings do at times tend toward the silly But anyway, a number of marvelous and instructive games, with an astonishing amount of Retis and Pircs we even see Capablanca play 1g6 at one point.


  3. JimGeary JimGeary says:

    Alekhin s analysis is still fresh and to the point almost a century later.


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New York International Chess Tournament 1924 ❰Reading❯ ➾ New York International Chess Tournament 1924 Author Alexander Alekhine – Thomashillier.co.uk Few tournaments can boast not only the presence of the past, present and future world champion but also two challengers for the supreme title New York was one of this elite group The old champion Las Few tournaments International Chess MOBI ò can boast not only the presence of the past, present and future world champion but also two challengers for the supreme title New Yorkwas one of this elite group The old champion Lasker now New York eBook ✓ in his late fifties engaged in the most ferocious race for first prize with his victorious opponent from the previous championship match Capablanca Although Capablanca won one of their individual games Lasker soared into the lead and York International Chess MOBI ñ never let go The old maestro thus produced one of the most devastating tournament performances of all time finishing way ahead of Capablanca himself and the future champion Alekhine.