My System A Chess Treatise

Nimzowitsch, Aron / Fred Reinfeld

Verlag: McKay, c.1964,, 1964
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Titel: My System A Chess Treatise
Verlag: McKay, c.1964,
Erscheinungsdatum: 1964
Einband: hardcover,
Zustand: Good,

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Nimzowitsch, Aron Isayevich, 1886-1935. [????? ???????? ?????????] ; Reinfeld, Fred,; 1910-1964. ; Hereford, Philip.
Verlag: New York : D. McKay Co., 1947, 1973 (1973)
ISBN 10: 0679140255 ISBN 13: 9780679140252
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Buchbeschreibung New York : D. McKay Co., 1947, 1973, 1973. Soft cover. Zustand: Fine. No Jacket. Revised edition ; xxvii, 372 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm. ; ISBN: 0679140255 ((pbk.)); 9780679140252 ((pbk.)) LCCN: 47-4837 ; LC: GV1445; Dewey: 794.1 ; OCLC: 6996094 ; "Translator's preface" signed: Philip Hereford. ; illustrated by 109 games from my contests with many illustrative articles and introductory talks and 132 diagrams, a text-book on practical chess ; red, black and white pictorial stiff paper wrappers ; "A collection of illustrative games supplements board diagrams and descriptions of position play and elements of chess strategy" ; "Nimzowitsch was a Russian-born, Danish leading chess master[2] and a very influential chess writer. He was the foremost figure amongst the hypermoderns. Born in part of the Russian Empire, the Jewish German-speaking Nimzowitsch came from a wealthy family, where he learned chess from his father, who was a merchant. In 1904, he travelled to Berlin to study philosophy, but set aside his studies soon and began a career as a professional chess player that same year. He won his first international tournament at Munich 1906.[3] Then, he tied for first with Alexander Alekhine at Saint Petersburg 1913/14 (the eighth All-Russian Masters' Tournament). During the 1917 Russian Revolution, Nimzowitsch was in the Baltic war zone. He escaped being drafted into one of the armies by feigning madness, insisting that a fly was on his head. He then escaped to Berlin, and gave his first name as Arnold, possibly to avoid anti-Semitic persecution. Nimzowitsch eventually moved to Copenhagen in 1922,[5] which coincided with his rise to the world chess elite, where he lived for the rest of his life in one small rented room.[6] In Copenhagen, he twice won the Nordic Chess Championship, in 1924 and 1934. He obtained Danish citizenship and lived in Denmark until his death in 1935." ; FINE. Book. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 007428

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