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    Alekhine in Europe and Asia

    Product Code: CB0006XX

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    Publisher: International Chess
    Author: John Donaldson
    Year of Publication: 1993

    Pages: 118
    Notation Type: Algebraic (AN)


    Book DescriptionThis book features 619 non-tournament games of the legendary world champion, Alexander Alekhine. These games come from a variety of events, including simultaneous displays, exhibitions, blindfold play, blitz events, and correspondence games that Alekhine played between 1905-1945 in Europe and Asia. The games are very instructive and many of them have been deeply annotated by Alekhine himself, as well as Averbakh, Bogolyubov, Donaldson, Kmoch, Minev, Seirawan, Tartakover and others!

    This book includes much more information that just games - It also includes rare photos, tournament results and historical information about the events.

    The games are indexed by ECO Codes, Opening and Players.

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    Product Details

    ISBN 9781879479128
    Manufacturer Self Published
    Pages 118 Pages
    Publication Date Jan 1, 1993
    Notation Type AN - Algebraic

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