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Alekhine died in Portugal a 62 years ago Março 24, 2008

Filed under: Chess,efemerides — looking4good @ 1:47 am

Alexander Alekhine died on 24 March 1946, precisely 62 years ago in Estoril, Portugal (b. 31 Oct 1892 in Moscow). He was the 4th World Chess Champion and was famous his

Alekhine’s Defense

1.e4 Nf6


«The Alekhine defence has a provocative strategy of tempting the White pawns forward, and as we all know pawns cannot go backwards! Black hopes to be able to exploit the weaknesses and vacuum that White creates by advancing her pawns. White has to prove that the extra space is advantageous and often demonstrates this by easier manoevering of forces for example for king attacking, and a space advantage which can be nurtured and carried to the endgame. Black often demonstrates the effectiveness of the provocation strategy by winning material tactically based on the weak squares and pawns that White has been tempted into creating». (text from http://www.chesscorner.com)

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Alekhine died in Portugal 62 years ago

Filed under: Chess,efemerides — looking4good @ 1:47 am
Alexander Alekhine died on 24 March 1946, precisely 62 years ago in Estoril, Portugal (b. 31 Oct 1892 in Moscow). He was the 4th World Chess Champion and was famous his

Alekhine’s Defense

1.e4 Nf6


«The Alekhine defence has a provocative strategy of tempting the White pawns forward, and as we all know pawns cannot go backwards! Black hopes to be able to exploit the weaknesses and vacuum that White creates by advancing her pawns. White has to prove that the extra space is advantageous and often demonstrates this by easier manoevering of forces for example for king attacking, and a space advantage which can be nurtured and carried to the endgame. Black often demonstrates the effectiveness of the provocation strategy by winning material tactically based on the weak squares and pawns that White has been tempted into creating». (text from http://www.chesscorner.com)

 

Alekhine died in Portugal 62 years ago

Filed under: Chess,efemerides — looking4good @ 1:47 am
Alexander Alekhine died on 24 March 1946, precisely 62 years ago in Estoril, Portugal (b. 31 Oct 1892 in Moscow). He was the 4th World Chess Champion and was famous his

Alekhine’s Defense

1.e4 Nf6


«The Alekhine defence has a provocative strategy of tempting the White pawns forward, and as we all know pawns cannot go backwards! Black hopes to be able to exploit the weaknesses and vacuum that White creates by advancing her pawns. White has to prove that the extra space is advantageous and often demonstrates this by easier manoevering of forces for example for king attacking, and a space advantage which can be nurtured and carried to the endgame. Black often demonstrates the effectiveness of the provocation strategy by winning material tactically based on the weak squares and pawns that White has been tempted into creating». (text from http://www.chesscorner.com)

 

Alekhine died in Portugal 62 years ago

Filed under: Chess,efemerides — looking4good @ 1:47 am
Alexander Alekhine died on 24 March 1946, precisely 62 years ago in Estoril, Portugal (b. 31 Oct 1892 in Moscow). He was the 4th World Chess Champion and was famous his

Alekhine’s Defense

1.e4 Nf6


«The Alekhine defence has a provocative strategy of tempting the White pawns forward, and as we all know pawns cannot go backwards! Black hopes to be able to exploit the weaknesses and vacuum that White creates by advancing her pawns. White has to prove that the extra space is advantageous and often demonstrates this by easier manoevering of forces for example for king attacking, and a space advantage which can be nurtured and carried to the endgame. Black often demonstrates the effectiveness of the provocation strategy by winning material tactically based on the weak squares and pawns that White has been tempted into creating». (text from http://www.chesscorner.com)

 

Alekhine died in Portugal 62 years ago

Filed under: Chess,efemerides — looking4good @ 1:47 am
Alexander Alekhine died on 24 March 1946, precisely 62 years ago in Estoril, Portugal (b. 31 Oct 1892 in Moscow). He was the 4th World Chess Champion and was famous his

Alekhine’s Defense

1.e4 Nf6


«The Alekhine defence has a provocative strategy of tempting the White pawns forward, and as we all know pawns cannot go backwards! Black hopes to be able to exploit the weaknesses and vacuum that White creates by advancing her pawns. White has to prove that the extra space is advantageous and often demonstrates this by easier manoevering of forces for example for king attacking, and a space advantage which can be nurtured and carried to the endgame. Black often demonstrates the effectiveness of the provocation strategy by winning material tactically based on the weak squares and pawns that White has been tempted into creating». (text from http://www.chesscorner.com)