One Hundred Selected Games
Learn chess from a World Champion! These 100 games were selected and annotated by Botvinnik himself as the best games he played before becoming World Champion in 1948. Includes contests against Alekhine, Capablanca, Euwe, Keres, Reshevsky, Smyslov, and others. Author explains his theories, the development of Russian chess, and six end game studies.
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14th move advantage Alekhine attack B-Bl better Black's 12th move Boleslavsky Botvinnik White BPxP BxKt BxP ch Capablanca centre Championship chess continuation course diagonal difficult draw Dutch Defence endgame equal game Euwe exchange extra pawn Flohr followed forced French Defence K-Bl K-Ktl K-Rl King's King's Indian Defence Knight KPxP KR-Kl KtxB KtxKt KtxP KtxQ KtxR KxKt leads Leningrad loses manoeuvre match mate Moscow move Black opening passed pawn pieces players Position after Black's Position after White's possible PxKt Q file Q side Q-B8 ch Queen Queen's Bishop Queen's Gambit Queen's Gambit Declined QxBP QxKt QxRP R-Bl R-Kl R-Ktl R-QBl R-Ql reply Resigns Rook RPxP RxKt RxR ch sacrifice Sicilian Defence Slav Defence Smyslov Soviet masters superiority Tchigorin tempo text move threat tion tournament variation weak weakening White wins wins a pawn
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