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The height of Nimzowitsch’s career was the late s and early s.

Wikiquote has quotations related to: My System Reprinted ed. He even beat Alekhine with the black piecesin their short match at St. Retrieved 31 August 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.

Although he had long suffered from heart trouble, his early death was unexpected; taken ill suddenly at the end ofhe lay bedridden for three months before dying of pneumonia. Views Read Edit View history. Qd4 Qe7, e6 is still covered. Surname is also in some documents written as N e mtsovich.

No spamming, advertising, or duplicating posts. Perhaps most importantly, he formulated the terminology still in use for various complex chess strategies.

Aron Nimzowitsch vs Adolf Albin ()

Nimzowitsch is considered one of the most important players and writers in chess history. He would be understood defesna long after his death. He also pioneered two provocative variations of the Sicilian Defence: After the subtle and very nimowitschian Nimzowitsch supplemented many of the earlier simplistic assumptions about chess strategy by enunciating in his turn a further number of general concepts of defensive play aimed at achieving one’s own goals by preventing realization of the opponent’s plans.

The first Alekhine nimzowitzch Openings used for the first time by BaranDuin. He was also vital in the development of two important systems in the French Defencethe Winawer Variation in some places called the Nimzowitsch Variation; its moves are 1.


Nimzovich suffered from the delusion that he was unappreciated and that the reason was malice. Nimzowitsch’s vanity and faith in his ideas of overprotection provoked Hans Kmoch to write a parody about him in February in the Wiener Schachzeitung. Nimzowitsch had lengthy and somewhat bitter dogmatic conflicts with Tarrasch over whose ideas constituted ‘proper’ chess.

Many chess openings and variations are named after Nimzowitsch, the most famous being the Nimzo-Indian Defence 1.

Featured in the Following Game Collections [ what is this? There are many entertaining anecdotes regarding Nimzowitsch—some less savory than others.

His paranoia was most evident when he dined in company. Binshkeerfortt’s Favorite Games by binshkeerfortt. I dfensa Black should have considered That’s better than Black got in the actual game.

El AS en la Manga nº 30 – Defensa Nimzowitsch

Exchange sacs – 3 by obrit. Chess PiecesNew in Chess,p. 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. By the family lived in Dvinsk [3]. Nimzowitsch never developed a knack for match play, though; his best match success was a draw with Alekhine, but the match consisted of only two games and took place inthirteen years before Alekhine became world champion.

After that, the only try I see for White is Aron Nimzowitsch Aron Nimzowitsch. Nimzowitsch biographer GM Raymond Keene and others have referred to 1. From Wikipedia, the free defemsa. He won his first international tournament at Munich No personal attacks against other members.

Aron Nimzowitsch

He wrote three books on chess strategy: 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. This page was last edited on 26 Septemberat He obtained Danish citizenship and lived in Denmark until his death in He was also a leading exponent of the fianchetto development of bishops.


Qd6 threatening the knight and pinning the rook with no real replies other than Qxb2 the queen gets totally isolated from the king, who is under attack The opening is a French, with an extra tempo for White. While the greatest players of the time, among them AlekhineEmanuel Lasker and Capablancaclearly did not allow their play to be hobbled by blind adherence to general concepts that the center had to be controlled by pawnsthat development had to happen in support of this control, that rooks always belong on open files, that wing openings were unsound—core ideas of Tarrasch’s chess philosophy as popularly understood—beginners were taught to think of these generalizations as unalterable principles.

White’s position looks strong but I don’t see the immediate breakthrough.

B00 Nimzowitsch Defence

Qg5, threatening to advance the knight to h5? Please observe our posting guidelines: Qc7 seems to lose a move. Kmoch also wrote an article about his nine years with Nimzowitsch: 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. Keene wrote a book about the opening dfensa that title.