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Alekhine's Chess Club

  • Nf6 International 
  • Formed: Jun 17, 2012
  • This group is dedicated to Alekander Alekhine. Alexander Alekhine became the 4th ever World Champion, with a victory over Jose Raoul Capablanca, once considered invincible, in 1927. Alekhine is considered by many to be one of the best chess players to ever live. Alekhine dominated the the game of chesss for over a decade, with many contributions. His games were strategic, powerful, tactical, and unique beyond his peers. To this day, he is the only player who died while still in possession of the World Champion title. In 1946, at the young age of 53, Alexander Alekhine was found slumped in his chair in a hotel room; his death has always been a mystery. He was champion from the first time he won it, and carried his title until the day he died, still as a champion, only losing once in 1935 before regaining his throne in 1937. A legend of the game.

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  • Those were not my best games... before I knew it I was beaten. Which happens a lot against opponents not using computers.

    by tobypanzer 5 hours ago

  • That are good breaking news, aren't them? :-)

    by Huckebein 5 hours ago

  • So currently it's 21.5 : 22.5 for us. Two games are open.

    by Huckebein 5 hours ago

  • We get both points of board 14 back, because the account of the Capablanca player has been closed of cheating.

    by Huckebein 5 hours ago

  • The Fan Club team match against Capablanca is not lost.

    by Huckebein 5 hours ago

  • Wow, gratz. Huck done it in his last to games ). Thanks all participants.

    by corvinusz 2 days ago

  • I proudly announce the team match victory against Utud Adiando! Congretulations! :-)

    by Huckebein 2 days ago

  • No problem, CJ, blunders happen.

    by Huckebein 2 days ago

  • sorry for my blunder and bad play on board 5 vs Carlsen Club :?

    by CjAlekhine 3 days ago

  • Cool

    by TheBlueKnight9 2 weeks ago