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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The best the Filipinos could show in the Open was a share of 16th spot among Jeth Romy Morado, Israelito Rilloraza, FIDE Master Alekhine Nouri, Woman Grandmaster Janelle Mae Frauna and GM Darwin Laylo with 5.
The win kept Quizon perfect with three points as he battles fellow PH bet FM Alekhine Nouri in the fourth round at press time.
Needing at least a draw to seal the match, Galas, who rested in the first two rounds, went for the win after she turned a pawn advantage into a marathon 79-move victory of an Alekhine duel.
Needing at least a draw to seal the match win, Galas, who rested in the first two rounds, went for the win and took it after she turned a pawn advantage into a marathon 79-move victory over her opponent in an Alekhine duel.
As a result of the tests, the title of the best was won by three Sevastopol families: in the nomination "Family with many children" - the Borodavchenko family, in the nomination "Family Dynasty" - the Teslo family and in the nomination "Young family" - the Alekhine family.
Ruelle Canino (girls U10), Rhenzi Kyle Sevillano (U20), Darry Bernardo (U18), FM Alekhine Nouri (U16), Francois Marie Magpily (girls U16) and WFM Allaney Jia Doroy (girls U18) provided the other individual victories for the Phl.
Its central character is the infamous Alexandrovich Alekhine, a grand master who collaborated with the Nazis.
Chessmetrics ranked him sixth in the world in May 1933, behind only Alekhine, Kashdan, Flohr, Capablanca, and Euwe.
Music Downset with special guests Alekhine's Gun, Never Got Caught, Chaotic Origins, A King In Wait, On Edge, One With The Storm, and Slateface, 6 p.m.
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.