The Book of the New York International Chess Tournament 1924 - 2nd hand
The great 1924 New York chess tournament is remembered as one of the most brilliant tournaments of all time.
The greatest players of the day were there and the play was magnificent. There was José R. Capablanca, World Champion, known as the Chess Machine, since he had the fabulous record of losing only one game in 95 tournaments and matches, over the past ten years.
There was Dr. Emanuel Lasker,wose fighting and chess profundity had ruled the world for 28 years; therewas Alexander Alekhine, soon to be the next world champion; Frank Marshall, whose wiliness had won him many otherwise lost games, and Dr. Tartakower, Geza Maroczy, Richard Reti, E. Bogoljubow, F. Yates, Edward Lasker, and Janowski.
With original annotations by Alexander Alekhine edited by Herman Helms
- Casa editrice Dover
- Code usny24
- Anno 1961
- Isbn 9780486207520