Monday, December 26, 2005

Return to Moscow 1925

Edward Winter has put his great piece on the "Analytical Disaccord" surrounding the game Capablanca-Bogoljubow, Moscow 1925 (which he calls "One of the most complex games ever played") on the web for free at his blog. Anyone who did not get enough of the Moscow 1925 tournament from NM Scott Massey's lecture earlier in the year will get the most complete fix imaginable from Winter's excellent piece, which cites all relevant analysis of this great game. Some may also be interested in his discussion of whether Bogo was the first "FIDE Champion."

Related posts: Torre Plays the Torre at Moscow 1925, Moscow 1925 Lecture Notes, Torre-Saemisch, Moscow 1925, and Capablanca-Ilyin-Zhenevsky, Moscow 1925.


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