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Alekhine's Chess Games 1902 - 1946

2543 Games of the Former World Champion

824 Seiten, Leinen, McFarland, 1. Auflage 1998.

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This is by a large degree the most comprehensive accounting of the games of this brilliant chess player. Presented are 2543 of Alekhine´s games, in an exhaustive catalog that is the result of many years of digging - an effort unparalleled in the history of chess game collections. Many of the games are annotated by Alekhine and 1868 diagrams appear overall. The book includes games from his earliest correspondence tournaments in 1902 through his final match with Francisco Lupi at Estoril, Portugal, in Jan uary 1946.

Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor Skinner, Leonard M.
Verhoeven, Robert G.P.
Verlag McFarland
Auflage 1.
Medium Buch
Gewicht 2,25 kg
Breite 22 cm
Höhe 28,5 cm
Seiten 824
ISBN-10 0786401176
ISBN-13 9780786401178
Erscheinungsjahr 1998
Einband Leinen
Diagramme 1868
Inhalte

X Foreword

XII Preface

001 1. Correspondence Events 1902-1904: Aleksandr or Aleksei?

001 Alekhine's Early Chess Career

003 Shakhmatnoe Obozrenie Correspondence Tournament No. 6, 1902 - 1903

006 Shakhmatnoe Obozrenie Correspondence Tournament No. 7, 1903 - 1904

007 Correspondence Match Against Vereshchagin 1904

088 2. Correspondence Events 1905-1907

088 Shakhmatnoe Obozrenie Correspondence Tournament No. 16, 1905 - 1906

011 Correspondence Match Against Aleksei Alekhine, 1906

011 F Shakhovskoi Correspondence Tournament No. 1, 1906 - 1907

015 Correspondence Match Against Geish Ollisevich, 1907

015 Informal Games Played Over the Board

017 3. On the Way to the Master's Title 1907 - 1909

017 Informal, Correspondence and Club Events 1907 - 1908

030 Minor International and Club Events 1908 - 1909

034 All Russian Amateur Tournament at St. Petersburg, 15 February - 12 March 1909

042 4. Young Russian Master 1909-1911

042 Club and Other Minor Events 1909 - 1910

043 Shakhmatnoe Obozrenie Correspondence Tournament No. 17, 1909 - 1910

045 Club, Correspondence and Other Minor Events, 1909 - 1911

048 17 th DSB Congress, Masters Tournament, Hamburg, 18 July - 6 August 1910

052 Club and Other Minor Events 1910 - 1911

054 2nd International Tournament at Karlsbad, 20 August - 24 September 1911

060 Club Events 1911

061 5. International Consolidation 1912-1913

061 Club Events Early in 1912

063 Nordic Masters Tournament at Stockholm, 25 June - 7 July 1912

065 Tournament of Russian Masters at Vilna, 19 August - 17 September 1912

068 Club and Other Minor Events October 1912 - February 1913

072 Match Against Levitsky Played in St. Petersburg, 28 February - 16 March 1913

079 Quadrangular Tournament at St. Petersburg, 17 - 22 April 1913

080 International Tournament at Scheveningen and Some Associated Minor Events

086 Various Events in Paris and London, September 1913

088 Exhibition Games Played in St. Petersburg, 14 - 23 December 1913

089 6. Grandmaster Success 1914

089 All Russian Masters Tournament at St. Petersburg, 04 - 30 January 1914

096 International Grandmaster Tournament at St. Petersburg, 21 April - 22 May 1914

100 Various Minor Events in St. Petersburg and Paris, 1914

101 19th DSB Congress, Masters Tournament, Mannheim, 20 July - 1 August 1914

108 7. War and Revolution 1914 - 1917

108 After Mannheim, August - October 1914

109 Events in Moscow and Petrograd, 1914 - 1915

113 Club Tournament in Moscow, 22 October - December 1915

117 Other Events, 1915

117 Events in the Ukraine, Moscow and Petrograd, 1916 - 1917

VI Table of Contents

123 8. Soviet Russia 1917 - 1921

123 Various Events in Moscow, the Ukraine and Petrograd 1917 - 1919

130 Moscow Championship, October 1919 - January 1920

131 Various Events in Moscow 1920

132 All Russian Chess Olympiad, Masters Tournament, Moscow, 4 - 25 October 1920

134 Match Against Grigoriev Played in Moscow, March 1921

136 9. Re-emergence [!] in the West 1921-1922

136 Events in Berlin, June 1921

139 Events in Triberg, June - July 1921

140 International Tournament at Triberg, 7 July - 16 July 1921

143 International Tournament at Budapest, 7 - 19 September

147 Exhibitions in Czechoslovakia and The Netherlands, October 1921

149 International Tournament at The Hague, 25 October - 5 November 1921

151 Various Events in The Netherlands and Germany, October 1921 - January 1922

153 10. Wanderer in Europe 1922 - 1923

153 Exhibitions in France, Switzerland and Belgium, Early in 1922

158 Breyer Memorial Tournament at Pistyan, 6 - 29 April 1922 and Other Minor Events

162 First Tour of Spain, May - June 1922

164 Simultaneous Displays in Belgium, 1922

164 International Tournament at London, 31 July - 19 August 1922

167 International Tournament at Hastings, 10 - 22 September 1922

176 Exhibitions in Paris, Berlin and Switzerland, October - November 1922

177 International Tournament at Vienna, 13 November - 2 December 1922

180 Second Tour of Spain, December 1922 - January 1923

183 11. Laying the Foundations 1923

183 Exhibitions in France, Belgium and Germany

184 Various Events in France and Italy, February - March 1923

188 Margate Chess Congress, Masters Tournament, 31 March - 7 April 1923

190 3rd International Tournament at Karlsbad, 28 April - 20 May 1923

194 Tour of Czechoslovakia, May 1923

194 16th BCF Congress, Portsmouth, Major Open Tournament, 13 - 24 August 1923

197 Tour of England and Scotland, September - October, 1923

201 Other Events in 1923

202 12. North America 1923 - 1924

202 Exhibitions in Canada, 22 November - 1 December 1923

205 Tour of the USA and Canada, December 1923 - April 1924

220 International Tournament in New York, 16 March - 17 April 1924

228 Final Exhibitions in New York, April 1924

231 13. The Ascent Begins 1925

231 World Record Blindfold Display in Paris, 01 February 1925

234 International Tournament in Paris, 11 - 22 February 1925

237 Quadrangular Tournament in Berne, 01 - 07 March 1925

239 Tour of Czechoslovakia, 1925

243 International Tournament at Baden - Baden 15 April - 14 May 1925

252 Exhibitions in Switzerland, 1925

256 14. Success in Europe 1925 - 1926

256 6th Hastings Congress, Premier Tournament, 28 December 1925 - 05 January 1926

259 Exhibitions in England, January 1926

261 International Tournament at Semmering, 06 - 30 March 1926

269 International Tournament at Dresden, 04 - 16 April 1926

274 Exhibitions in Germany, April - May 1926

275 Scarborough Chess Congress, 22 - 29 May 1926

277 Other Exhibitions in England, May - June 1926

277 Club Tournament in Birmingham, 03 - 09 June 1926

280 15. South America 1926

280 Various Events in Argentina, August - September, 1926

286 Tournament at Buenos Aires, 23 September - 11 October 1926

288 Exhibitions in Argentina, Septembert - October, 1926

290 Exhibtions in Uruguay, November 1926

292 16. World Championship Contender at Last 1926 - 1927

292 Match Against Euwe Played in Various Dutch Cities, 22 December 1926 - 08 January 1927

294 International Tournament in New York, 19 February - 23 March 1927

317 Exhibitions in Hungary, June 1927

318 International Tournament at Kecskemet, 25 June - 14 July

323 17. Master of the Invincible 1927 - 1928

323 World Championship Match Played at Buenos Aires, 17 September - 28 November 1927

331 Exhibitions in South America, December 1927

334 Exhibitions in Europe, 1928

346 18. North America 1929

346 Tour of the USA, March - May 1929

342 Various Displays in Mexico, May 1929

359 International Tournament at Bradley Beach, 03 - 12 June 1929

362 Various Events in New York, 14 - 16 June 1929

364 19. The Golden Years 1929 - 1930

364 World Championship Match Played in Germany and Holland, 06 September - 12 November 1929

371 Exhibitions in Italy and Germany, October - November 1929

372 International Tournament at San Remo, 15 January - February 1930

378 Exhibitions in Scandinavia, April - May 1930

381 3rd Olympiad, Hamburg, 13 - 27 July 1930

383 Exhibitions in Switzerland, Belgium, Austria and Germany, July - October 1930

386 20. The Successes Continue 1930 - 1932

386 Tour of Yugoslavia, December 1930 - January 1931

394 Consultation Games Against Euwe, Amsterdam, March 1931

394 Consultation Tournament at Nice, 13 - 24 April 1931

397 Other Events in France, April - May 1931

398 4th Olympiad, Prague, 11 - 26 July 1931

401 Events in Iceland, August 1931

403 International Tournament at Bled and Ljubljana, 22 August - 29 September 1931

408 Various Events in Paris, October - December 1931

410 21. Still Supreme 1932

410 Minor Events Associated with the London Congress, January - February 1932

410 London Congress, Masters Tournament, London, 01 - 13 February 1932

416 World Record Simultaneous Team Exhibition in Paris, 28 February 1932

417 Training Tournament in Berne, 25 - 27 March 1932

418 Tour of France, May - July 1932

419 Exhibitions in Switzerland, July 1932

420 36th Swiss International Championship, Masters' Group, Berne, 16 - 30 July 1932

429 22. The North American Tour 1932

429 Pasadena Chess Congress, Masters Tournament, 15 - 28 August 1932

431 Exhibitions in California, September 1932

432 Exhibitions in Mexico, September - October 1932

433 International Tournament at Mexico City, 7 - 17 October 1932 and Other Events

435 Tour of the USA and Canada, November - December 1932

442 23. The World Tour 1933

442 Events in Hawaii, the Orient and the Philippines, January - February 1933

447 Events in the East Indies, March 1933

459 Exhibitions in Italy, France and Switzerland, May - June 1933

24. Events in Europe and the USA 1933

463 5th Olympiad, Folkestone, 12 - 23 June 1933

466 World Record Blindfold Simultaneous Exhibition in Chicago, 16 July 1933

468 Events in Washington, San Juan and New York, August - September 1933

471 Various Events in France, October 1933

472 International Tournament in Paris, 19 - 27 October 1933

474 Tour of the Netherlands, October - November 1933

479 Tour of Czechoslovakia, November - December 1933

481 Various Events in Austria and Germany, 1933

482 25. The Title Defended 1933 - 1934

482 14th Hastings Congress, Premier Tournament, 27 December 1933 - 05 January 1934

484 Exhibitions in England, January 1934

485 Exhibitions in the Netherlands, February 1934

VIII Table of Contents

488 Exhibitions in Belgium, Switzerland and France, February - March 1934

489 World Championship Match, Played in Various German Cities, 01 April - 14 June 1934

503 Exhibitions in Germany and The Netherlands, 1934

504 37th Swiss Championship and International Tournament at Zurich, 14 - 29 July 1934

512 Exhibitions in North Africa and Malta

514 26. The Calm Before the Storm 1935

514 Tour of Spain, January - March 1935

521 Events in Scandinavia, April - May 1935

526 Events in The Netherlands and France, May - June 1935

527 6th Olympiad, Warsaw, 16 - 31 August 1935

531 Exhibitions in the Baltic States, September 1935

534 27. The Championship Lost 1935 - 1936

534 World Championship Match Played in Various Dutch Cities, 03 October - 15 December 1935

553 Exhibitions in Vienna, February - March 1936

557 Tours in Hungary, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, March - May 1936

560 28. The Rehabilitation Begins 1936

560 Olympiad Training Tournament at Bad Nauheim, 17 - 24 May 1936

562 Olympiad Training Tournament at Dresden, 07 - 14 June 1936

564 5th UJCS Congress, International Tournament and Czechoslovakian Championship, Podebrady, 04 - 26 July 1936

567 International Tournament at Nottingham, 10 - 28 August 1936

579 Various Events in The Netherlands, October 1936

580 "De Arbeiderspers" International Tournament at Amsterdam, 10 - 18 October 1936

582 29. The Championship Regained 1936 - 1937

582 17th Hastings Congress, Premier Tournament, 28 December 1936 - 06 January 1937

584 Events in The Netherlands and France, January - March 1937

584 Margate Easter Congress, Premier Tournament, 31 March - 09 April 1937

587 Further Displays in France and The Netherlands, April - May 1937

588 International Tournament at Kemeri, 15 June - 10 July 1937

591 Quadrangular Tournament Played in Various German Cities, 18 - 27 July 1937

593 Great Simultaneous Display in Paris, 19 September 1937

593 World Championship Match Played in Various Dutch Cities, 05 October - 07 December

617 Exhibition Games Played in Various Dutch Cities, 08 - 16 December 1937

621 30. First Amongst Equals 1938

621 Exhibitions in Italy, England and France, January 1938

622 International Tournament at the Hotel Miramar de Carrasco, Montevideo, 07 - 25 March 1938

625 Exhibitions in Buenos Aires, March 1938

625 Margate Easter Congress, Premier Tournament, 20 - 29 April 1938

627 Tour of Czechoslovakia, May - June 1938

627 Plymouth Chess Club Jubilee Tournament, 05 - 10 September 1938

629 Tour of Ireland and Britain, September - October 1938

630 AVRO Tournament Played in Various Dutch Cities, 02 - 27 November 1938

635 31. South America 1939

635 Events in Venezuela, Trinidad, Colombia and Panama, 1939

638 Exhibitions in Brazil and Argentina, May - August 1939

643 8th Olympiad, Buenos Aires, 23 August - 19 September 1939

648 Millington Drake International Tournament at Montevideo, 21 - 29 September 1939

651 32. Return to Europe 1940 - 1941

651 Exhibitions in Portugal, 1940

655 France, 1940 - 1941

656 Exhibitions in Portugal and Spain, 1941

659 2nd Europa Tournament at Munich, 08 - 21 September 1941

666 2nd General Government Tournament at Cracow and Warsaw, 05 - 21 October 1941

670 Other Events in Warsaw, 1941

672 Second Tour of Spain, 1941

678 33. Wartime Triumphs 1942

678 Exhibitions in Germany, 1942

679 International Tournament at Salzburg, 09 - 18 June 1942

682 1st European Championship, Munich, 14 - 26 September 1942

689 3rd General Government Tournament, Poland, 11 - 28 October 1942

694 34. Wartime Successes Continue 1942 - 1943

696 International Tournament at Prague, 05 - 16 December 1942

697 Exhibitions in Czechoslovakia, December 1942 - March 1943

IX Table of Contents

699 Match Against Bogoljubow Played in Warsaw, 27 - 28 March 1943

700 International Tournament at Prague, 10 - 29 April 1943 and Other Minor Events

707 Exhibitions in Germany, 1943

707 International Tournament at Salzburg, 09 - 18 June 1943

711 35. Escape from Occupied Europe 1943 - 1944

711 Exhibitions in Spain, 1943 - 1944

716 Match Against Rey Ardid Played at Zaragoza, 08 - 12 April 1944

718 International Tournament at Gijon, 14 - 23 July 1944

720 Various Exhibitions, 1944 - 1945

722 36. The Final Phase 1945 - 1946

722 Training Tournament in Madrid, 26 February - 06 March 1945

724 Minor Events in Spain, 1945

724 International Tournament at Gijòn, 12 - 21 July 1945

727 International Tournament at Sabadell, 02 - 10 August 1945

728 International Tournament at Almeria, 21 - 29 August 1945 and Other Minor Events

730 International Tournament at Melilla, 08 - 14 September 1945

731 Last Exhibitions in Spain 1945

732 Match Against Lupi Played at Estoril, 06 - 09 January 1946

734 37. Miscellaneous Unallocated Games

736 38. Alekhine's Tournament Record 1902 - 1945

765 39. Alekhine's Career Record 1902 - 1946

787 Bibliography

794 Index of Alekhine's Opponents and Consultation Partners

803 Openings Index - Descriptive Classification

805 Openings Index - ECO Classification

Zehn Jahre für Aljechins Partien

Ein umfassendes, mittels alter Quellen erarbeitetes Buch zum Königsgambit sähe ähnlich aus: über 820 Seiten im Großformat, mehr als 2,2 Kilogramm Gewicht. Zehn Jahre lang haben die beiden Verfasser an diesem Grundlagenwerk gearbeitet und in fast allen in Frage kommenden Quellen nach verschollenen Partien des vierten Weltmeisters, Alexander Aljechin, gesucht. In Kaissiber 7 (S. 44) wurde die CD-Rom Weltmeister Aljechin mit 1692 Aljechin-Partien besprochen. Skinner und Verhoeven können jedoch über 2500 Partien vorweisen, darunter viele Simultan- und Blindpartien. Der Wert ihrer Arbeit für andere Schachforscher - wenn man dies messen könnte - ist wenigstens verdoppelt durch den Umstand, daß sie die Fundstellen genau angeben sowie bei wichtigen Partien mehrere Quellen auflisten, wo Erläuterungen anderer Meister zu finden sind. Oft sind Aljechins Kommentare (in Englisch) hinzugefügt - außer bei Partien, die in seinen ohnehin recht verbreiteten Partiesammlungen enthalten sind.

Ein Autor, der sich mit Kieninger - Aljechin, München 1941, näher befassen will, erfährt zum Beispiel von diesen Fundstellen, eventuell mit Kommentaren bedeutender Meister: 1. Dt. Schachblätter, 1941, S. 154-5; 2. Schackvärlden 1941, S. 299-300; 3. Sach 1941, S. 159, 4. Enroque 1941, Band 1, Nr. 9, S. 13; 5. Munich 1941, S. 115-7; 6. ¡Legado!, S. 137-40.

Dieser Band verschafft Fans und Schachhistorikern daher besseren Zugang zu Aljechins Schaffen als je zuvor. Was natürlich fehlt, sind Anmerkungen, die Aljechin über Begegnungen anderer Spieler geschrieben hat. Aber solche Arbeiten werden oft mit weniger Eifer erledigt, als wenn es um die eigenen Partien geht. Als Beispiel sei eine Stellung zitiert aus Keres - K. Richter, München 1941:

Weiß: Ke1, Dd4, Td1, Th1, Lf1, Lg3, Sc3, Ba2, b2, c4, e2, f2, g2, h4

Schwarz: Kd7, Dd8, Ta8, Th8, Lb4, Lf5, Se4, Ba7, b7, c7, d6, f7, g5, h6

Paul Keres zog 13. De5, was Aljechin im Turnierbuch nicht bemängelte (er hatte zuvor an 11. h4 etwas auszusetzen). Bei einer eigenen Partie hätte Aljechin in der Analyse vermutlich gesehen, daß 13. c5! stark war, etwa 13. ... Lxc5 14.Dd5! Sxg3 15. fxg3, und Dame d5 greift beide schwarzen Läufer an. Der Kommentar Aljechins wurde oft nachgedruckt, obwohl Aljechin auch die weiteren Wendepunkte der Partie nicht gut herausarbeitete.

Zu Alexander Alekhine's Chess Games ist noch hervorzuheben, daß das an sich schon brillante Material auch ausgezeichnet präsentiert wird. Die begleitenden Texte der Autoren sind informativ und unterhaltsam, alle nötigen Verzeichnisse sind vorhanden. So lassen sich auch die drei Englund-Gambite und das Elefantengambit rasch aufsuchen.

Stefan Bücker

Alekhine's Chess Games 1902 - 1946

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