Jose Raul Capablanca is considered to be one of the greatest chess players of all time. He held a World Championship title from 1921 to 1927 until he lost it to Alexander Alekhine. Capablanca was known for his exceptional endgame skills, and ability to precisely play technical endgame positions. Because of his mastery and simple style of playing he was nicknamed as “Human Chess Machine”. At the same time Capablanca had an outstanding positional judgment and superb tactical skills. He played both positional and attacking chess when it was necessary.
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