This series is about How to Play like a famous player--these blog posts will show their games, explain their style, and much more.
Why I am not continuing the Thought Process series? Because honestly, it's too much work. Just to get part one a 100th of the way done gave me an alkaline sweat---which is why I decided to talk about the 4th World Champion today, Alexander Alekhine.
Alexander Alekhine was born on October 31, 1892 and died on March 24, 1946. He was the fourth world chess champion. He is still considered one of the best players ever to live. Alekhine was known for his sharp, dynamic style and his many great sacrifices.
Sorry for the recent absence of articles. I was very busy, and only now found the time to do a few.
Today I wanted to continue our examination of the 4th world champion with two amazing sacrificial games. Our first one is against a player named H.Feldt:
The origin of our next game is rather interesting; the beginning is not known, and in my opinion the game (with all its immortal beauty!) is composed.
I hope you enjoyed this blog post. In my next and final blog post on Alekhine, we will discuss two of his more positional games. Until next time!