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Blow the whistle and inform an administrator. Nxf7 wins the knight. Keene wrote a book about the opening with that title. International Master John L.

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Nimzowitsch eventually moved to Copenhagen in[6] which coincided with his rise to the world chess elite, where he lived for the rest of his life in one small rented room. Archived from the original on 10 July Qxh6, which probably gives a draw by perpetual check.

Surname is also in some documents written as N e mtsovich. During the Russian RevolutionNimzowitsch was in the Baltic war zone.

Aron Nimzowitsch vs Adolf Albin ()

Why didnt Nimzowich played Pick your username now and join the chessgames community! Nimzowitsch was annoyed by his opponents’ smoking.

Notable in his “system” were concepts such as overprotection of pieces and pawns under attack, control of the center by pieces instead of pawns, blockading of opposing pieces notably the passed pawns and prophylaxis. Nc3 Bb4 and the Advance Variation 1. Qd4 Qe7, e6 nimzowitsh still covered. He obtained Danish citizenship and lived in Denmark until his death in Nc3 Bb4 and the less often played Nimzowitsch Defence 1.


Nimzowitsch is considered one of the most important players and writers in chess history. Wikiquote has quotations related to: No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language. White’s position looks strong but I don’t see the immediate breakthrough. This section uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. Nimzovich suffered from the delusion that he was unappreciated and that the reason was malice.

He also pioneered two provocative variations of the Sicilian Defence: Defensa Alekhine by koruma. When in form, Nimzowitsch was very dangerous with the black pieces, scoring many fine wins over top players.

A ReappraisalDavid McKay,nimzowjtsch. He even beat Alekhine with the black piecesin their short match at St. Views Read Edit View history.

Born in Riga, a part of the Russian Empirethe Jewish Yiddish-speaking Nimzowitsch came from a wealthy family, where he learned chess from his father Shaya Abramovich NimtsovichPinsk —? This page was last edited on 26 Septemberat Tarrasch’s rigid generalizations drew on the earlier work of Wilhelm Steinitzand were upheld by Tarrasch’s sharp tongue when dismissing the opinions of doubters.

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A popular, but probably apocryphal, story is that once when an opponent laid an unlit cigar on the table, he complained to the tournament arbiters, “He is nimzowjtsch to smoke, and as an old player you must know that the threat is stronger than the execution. The first Alekhine from Openings used for the first time by BaranDuin.

By the family lived in Dvinsk [3]. He always thought he was served much smaller portions than everyone else. In the game line, Retrieved 31 August He didn’t care about the actual amount but only about the imagined affront.


Aron Nimzowitsch

mimzowitsch The annotations gleefully exaggerate the idea of overprotection, as well as asserting the true genius of the wondrous idea. Others had used these ideas in practice, but he was the first to present them systematically as a lexicon of themes nimzowitschh by extensive taxonomical observations. After we had done so, he shook his head in disbelief, still thinking that he had received the smaller portion.

The opening is a French, with an extra tempo for White.

Nf3 followed by 2. Nimzowitsch’s chess theorieswhen first propounded, flew in the face of widely held orthodoxies enunciated by the dominant theorist of the era, Siegbert Tarraschand his disciples. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Grandmaster GM Raymond Keene writes that Nimzowitsch “was one of the world’s leading grandmasters for a period extending over a quarter of a century, and for some of that time he was the obvious challenger for the world championship.