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Alexander Alekhine, World Champion from 1927-1935; 1937-1946, was not only a highly dynamic and aggressive chess player, as is evidenced by this positional masterpiece from London 1922 against Frederick Yates. This game highlights a good knight versus a bad bishop, control of an open file, and a methodical endgame squeeze involving a king walk.
Thank you for sharing this awesome video!
That was a great game! Well played Alekhine!
jerry keep uploading PLZ, you professional and I like your videos...
Thanks for the feedback all. :)
great game and instructive!! very!
I always have been enjoying watching this.
Thank you for video jerry.And thank you for underlining strategic concepts like bad bishop,control of open file and knight on good outpost.I learn a lot from that!
Thank you for sharing this
WOW the Star move ( Ke5 )
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