Alekhine


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Alekhine

(ˈælɪˌkiːn; Russian aˈljɔxin)
n
(Biography) Alexander. 1892–1946, Russian-born chess player who lived in France; world champion (1927–35, 1937–46)
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Also suiting up for Young Rising Stars are FM Stephen Rome Pangilinan, WFM Allaney Jia Doroy, FM Alekhine Nouri, WFM Shaina Mae Mendoza, Chester Neil Reyes, Jeth Remy Morado and Michael Concio while the Carlo Rosaupan, Antonio Chavez, Alfredo Rapanot, Kevin Arquero, National Master Bob Jones Liwagon, Kevin Mirano and Raquel Suan complete the PA-PAF squad.
The Ilonggos, led by National Master Rolando Andador, drubbed Arce Survey, 4-0, while Roel Pacquiao Team, powered by Fide Master Alekhine Nouri, swept Phonics Kid.
Completing the Siddayao Awards to be handed out by the PSA for 2013 in partnership with Smart Sports, the Philippine Sports Commission, Senator Chiz Escudero, Philippine Basketball Association, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation, Rain or Shine, Globalport, SM Prime Holdings, ICTSI-Philippine Golf Tour, and Accel at 3XVI are young chess whiz Alekhine Nouri and Mark Reggie 'Moymoy' Flores in motocross.
Alexander Alekhine, though he took French citizenship, was a Russian emigre.
Capablanca lost his title to Alexander Alekhine, and despite coming out of retirement in 1934 in a bid to reclaim it, never won the honour again.
Complication, incidentally, is a watchmaker's term, and nobody would deny that the first wristwatches had been less complex than the Breguets favored by Byron and Pushkin, just as in chess, ancient gambits and openings are child's play next to the Rubik's Cubes of Alekhine and Capablanca.
The rise of the Orthodox Defense at the expense of the declining King's Gambit had been marked by the 1927 'match of the century'" between Capablanca and the Russian master Alexander Alekhine (1892-1946), chronicles Marano, "with 32 Queen's Gambits out of 34 games" (260 n20).
A chess prodigy before the revolution, Alekhine left the Soviet Union in the 1920s and criticized the new regime from his adopted home in Paris.
The captain of the French team during Duchamp's tenure, world champion Alexander Alekhine, was a Russian master, a considerably more difficult distinction to achieve.
Bobby Fischer plays the Alekhine Defence, not seen much now even at club level.
Esto, que bien podria llamarse variante Casablanca contra la defensa francesa, deviene de una idea de Alekhine, y hasta el momento en que Bogart planteo la posicion se habian jugado solo cinco partidas con esa variante, con resultados favorables para las negras.
30 Alekhine, Capablanca and Philidor are important names in the history of what?