London 1922, by Geza Maroczy

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London 1922

New: the 21st century edition of London 1922.

London 1922 was a historic tournament in many ways. It was Capablanca's return to chess after becoming world champion. 'Capa' showed his supremacy over players such as Alekhine, Vidmar, Réti, Tartakower and Euwe. And the famous 'London Rules' were created.

Bonus: Capablanca-Lasker match annotated by Capa!.
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