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Nimzowitsch

(ˈnɪmzəˌvɪtʃ)
n
(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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Aron Nimzowitsch; on the road to chess mastery, 1886-1924.
Skjoldager and Nielsen have compiled a remarkable biography about Aron Nimzowitsch, a chess legend who was first taught by his father at the age of eight and later founded the Hypermodernism school of chess.