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Alexander Alekhine vs. Frederick Yates - London 1922

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Published on Sep 18, 2012

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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.


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Comments • 76

Rehmak Natiq
which software you are using .?
Nicko Belic
instructional. But now even nooobs play better than black
dvk2233
you should really cover more of Alekhine!
Yuko Suimas
3:06 Always nice having a good night :D
Dan-The-Man
Wow, this was amazing! Really taught me the importance of maintaining harmony between my pawns and my bishops. Very valuable lessons from this beautiful game! I'm a few years late to this video, but good one Jerry! I love this playlist -- It's my second round watching it! :D
Richard Davis
Beautiful technique from Alekhine!
KingSlasma
Go back to reviewing these games! =[
ImaginaryHuman072889
at 5:53 that knight becomes a monster!
Mark Sfeir
I love you, Jerry!
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