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Complete Games of Alekhine 3

1925 - 1927

494 Seiten, gebunden, Caissa 90-Olomouc, 1998

26,75 €
Inkl. MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten
Three years after the publication of the first volume of our history dealing with the life of one the most gifted worldclass chessplayers Alexander Alekhine who held the world championship title from 1927 to 1935 and again from 1935 to 1946, the reader will have a chance to delve into the pages of the second volume.
This volume describes the ups-and-downs of Alekhine`s chess fortunes in the period between 1921 and 1924, which was of the utmost importance in his life. Following Alekhine`s departure abroad in May 1921 and his decision to remain an émigré, the Russian master embarked on the anything but easy path of a professional chessplayer.
In 1922 he settled permanently in Paris where, a few years later, he received an official residence permit and, in the second half of 1927, was awarded French citizenship.
The period between 1921 - 1924 represents a total dedication to chessplaying. In this time span Alekhine played in 11 tournaments (at Triberg in 1921, Budapest in 1921, the Hague in 1921, Pistyan in 1922, London in 1922, Hastings in 1922, Vienna in 1922, Carlsbad in 1923, Margate in 1923, Portsmouth/Southsea in 1923, and New York in 1924), six chess matches (with Teichmann, Sämisch, Bogoljubow, Golmayo, Bernstein and Muffang) and gave several dozen simultaneous exhibitions in the Netherlands, France, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Germany, England, Scotland, Ireland, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain and Czechoslovakia.
He visited a number of other European countries where on occasion he played exhibition and consultative matches.
Aside from this tireless and often exhausting practical involvement with tournaments and matches, Alekhine embarked on an extremely busy career as a publicist, contributing chess analyses and commentaries to almost all principal European and American chess magazines (for example, to the Deutsche Schachzeitung, The British Chess Magazine, Shakhmaty v SSSR, Shakhovsky Glasnik, La Strategia, American Chess Bulletin, etc.); neither did he shun publishing in the columns of papers in a number of European cities (for example, the Berliner Tageblatt, Berliner Lokal-Anzeiger, Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant, The Times, etc.).
In that period there also appeared Alekhine`s most famous tournament book covering the New York Tournaments of 1924. Chess fans were also able to familiarize themselves with a selection of his best games in My Best Games of Chess, 1908-1923 which remains a chess bestseller to the present day. Aside from these publications he contributed analyses of his games, thus co-authoring tournament books dealing with tournaments in the Hague in 1921, London in 1922, and Hastings in 1922.
We should not omit Alekhine`s role in propagating the art of chess, bringing it home to the broadest strata of public life. His tournament conceived on a all-inclusive and international scale betokened his incredible talents in blindfold matches with earned him twice the world record, first in New York in 1924, and second in Paris in 1925 on 28 chessboards.
Alekhine managed to stir interest even among people outside the chess establishment by his various and manysided talents in playing the game, his name appearing frequently on the frontpages of dailies of world renown. The gigantic battle-royal in the New York Tournament 1924 was followed with unfeigned interest and suspense by literally the entire world. Very few sportmen`s names of Alekhine`s, Capablanca`s or Lasker`s calibre became household words for the reader of dailies.
Due to the response of our readers and the advice voiced in reviews of the first volume we decided, in editing the second volume, to approach the chess activities and Alekhine`s personal life a more dynamic and universally conceived angle. The second volume offers, aside from well-known games, hundreds of others, which only appeared in dailies and hence are virtually inaccessible to the average reader of our time. In this publication we have also tried to bring together all Alekhine`s well-known and less well-known analyses from available publications, tournaments books, chess magazines and chess columns. We believe that these analyses have to this day lost none of their beauty and that, from the perspective of 70 years ago, will address every reader.
In conclusion, we should like to thank all our friends and co-workers, especially those who assisted us with gathering the necessary materials for the second volume and who gave honest support to our by no means easy labours. We want to specially acknowledge the help of the following people (in alphabetical order): Messrs. Rogelio Caparrós, Tony Gillam, Árpád Földeak, Ken Whyld, Edward Winter, etc. We should like to express also our special thanks to Professor Miroslav John Hannak, Dr. Michal Peprnik and to all of our translators for their meticulous and taxing translating job.
Our special thanks, too, go to the library employees of The Cleveland Public Library, The British Newspaper Library and The British Museum in London, The Dutch Royal Library in The Hague, The New York Public Library, The Library of Congress in Washington, The State Scientific Library in Brno, The State University Library in Prague, and to everyone else, who met with kind understanding our needs and requests, and without whose help this publication would not have seen the light of day.
Finally, we should like to express our gratitude to all our readers, who have been patiently awaiting the publication of the second volume, sharing our belief that it would be brought to a successful conclusion. The publication of the third volume of our history is planned for the end of 1996.
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EAN 8071892246
Gewicht 740 g
Hersteller Caissa 90-Olomouc
Breite 10,7 cm
Höhe 15,3 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 1998
Autor Vlastimil FialaJan Kalendovsky
Sprache Englisch
ISBN-10 8071892246
ISBN-13 978-80-7189-224-3
Seiten 494
Einband gebunden
007 PART I.: THE YEAR 1925
007 Chapter One:
A New World Record in the Simultaneous Exhibition
(Paris, February 1st, 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
Chapter Two:
030 International Tournament in Paris 1925 (February 11th-22nd, 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
057 Chapter Three:
Quadrangular Tournament in Berne (March 1 st - 7th, 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
066 Chapter Four:
Simultaneous Tour of Czechoslovakia (March 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
104 Chapter Five:
The International T ournament in Baden-Baden 1925
(April 15th - May 14th, 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
160 Chapter Six:
Three Puzzles in Alekhine's Life (His absence fram the 1925
Moscow tournament, his French citizenship, and his doctorate)
(Vlastimil Fiala, Jan Kalendovsk'j)
164 Chapter Seven:
Simultaneous Tour of the Switzerland and the Netherlands
(September - December 1925)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
Chapter One:
189 The Chess Congress in Hastings (December 28th, 1925 - January 5th, 1926)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
Chapter Two:
216 International Tournament at Semmering (March 6th-30th, 1926)
(Jan Kalendovsky, Vlastimil Fiala)
Chapter Three:
261 International Tournament at Dresden 1926 (April 4th - 16th, 1926)
(Jan Kalendovsky, Vlastimil Fiala)
Chapter Four:
286 Scarborough Congress (May 22nd-29th, 1926)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
303 Chapter Five:
Tournament in Birmingham (June 3rd-9th, 1926)
(Vlastimil Fiala, Jan Kalendovsky)
313 Chapter Six:
The South-American Tour (August - November, 1926)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
350 Chapter One:
The Contest with Euwe (December 22nd, 1926 - January 8th, 1927)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
387 Chapter Two:
New York Tournament 1927 (February 19th - March 23rd, 1927)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
449 Chapter Three:
International Tcurnament at Keeskernet 1927 (June 25th - July 12th, 1927)
(Vlastimil Fiala)
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