Nimzowitsch


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Nimzowitsch

(ˈnɪmzəˌvɪtʃ)
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(Biography) Aaron Isayevich (ɪˈzaɪjɛvɪtʃ) 1886–1935, Latvian chess player and theorist; influential in enunciating the principles of the hypermodern school, of which he was the main instigator
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But fear not kings and queens, a chess lesson is upon thee, because the news cycle has bestowed upon us a reason to celebrate two of the game's most important historical figuresAron Nimzowitsch and Richard Retiwhose theoretical contributions continue to be guiding lights for newbies and masters alike.
13) Edward Winter, A Nimzowitsch Story, Chess Notes (Jan.
Like chess grandmaster Aron Nimzowitsch, patent dealers know that "the threat is stronger than the execution"; (1) after sending the first cease-and-desist letter, they will let the threat of litigation create new advantages and a possibility of an out-of-court settlement.
Mejor que Nimzowitsch o muchos otros, resume lo que es el juego.
The biography begins with historical and cultural details about the Jews of Riga and the Nimzowitsch family.
99), and My System by Aron Nimzowitsch (Hays Publishing; $17.
WHITE: DAVID SCRIVEN BLACK: ROBERT FELL Nimzowitsch Defence1e4b6 2d4Bb7 3 Nc3 e6 4Bd3Bb4 5 a3 Bxc3+ 6 bxc3 h6 Interesting is 6 .
More pithily, the great chessplayer Nimzowitsch said that "The threat is stronger than the execution.
WHITE: C Wilcox BLACK: D Bott Nimzowitsch Defence1e4 Nc6 A favourite of the late Tony Miles.