Alexander Alekhine was the 4th World Chess Champion and is widely considered to be one of the greatest chess players that ever played the game. In his early twenties Alekhine was already one of the strongest players. After beating Jose Capablanca and becoming the world champion, Alekhine dominated world chess arena for many years.
Alekhine was an attacking type of player. He was also exceptionally strong in the endgame phase of the game, and had deep positional understanding. This is exactly the type of player you want to learn from, as an improving player.
Play through Alekhine’s game and study his own notes:
Note: If you want to dramatically improve your chess simply studying Grandmaster’s games or solving tactics it not enough. In order to take your chess to the whole new level you need to work on all aspects of the game. That’s what we call a “combined approach”. We will combine 5 most important elements of chess into a single training session to build a good training habits and to make sure you can get out maximum results in minimum amount of time. You will get a access to 3 weeks of training where you will learn:
You can greatly benefit from carefully going over these games and studying its ideas. If you like this article I suggest you check out the following:
If you are tired of waiting and ready to start systematic training, click here to begin.