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He obtained Danish citizenship and lived in Denmark until his death in Surname is also in some documents written as N e mtsovich. 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.

The annotations gleefully exaggerate the idea of overprotection, as well as asserting the true genius of the wondrous idea. Nf3 followed by 2. The opening is a French, with an extra tempo for White. Retrieved 31 August Nxf7 wins the knight. 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.

Black never got his pieces out.

Aron Nimzowitsch – Wikipedia

Defensa Alekhine by koruma. He then escaped to Berlin, and gave his first name as Arnold, possibly to avoid anti-Semitic persecution. After we had done so, he shook his head in disbelief, still thinking that he had received the smaller portion. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Featured in the Following Game Collections [ what is this? 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.


He didn’t care about the actual amount but only about the imagined affront. Nimzowitsch’s colleague Tartakower observed of him, “He pretends to be crazy in order to drive us all crazy. decensa

Nimzowitch, the ingenious analysist and writer of My System, creates a great game where he sacrifices the exchange for a huge attack. Bxf5 looks terrible for Black. All it took to make him blossom, as I later learned, was a little praise.

That’s better than Black got in the actual game. The height of Nimzowitsch’s career was the late s and early s.

Kg6 followed by He also pioneered two provocative variations of the Sicilian Defence: Qg5, threatening to advance the knight to h5? Nimzovich suffered from the nimzowitssch that he was unappreciated and that the reason was malice. Nimzowitsch biographer GM Raymond Keene and others have referred to 1.

Perhaps most importantly, he formulated the terminology still in use for various complex chess strategies.

Since the exchange sac in the game looks unclear, why not play the simple He was the foremost figure amongst the hypermoderns. 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.


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.

By the family lived in Dvinsk [3]. Nxe6 seems like an error. He always thought he was served much smaller portions than everyone else. He even beat Alekhine nmizowitsch the black piecesin their short match at St. Kmoch also wrote an article about his nine years with Nimzowitsch: Many chess openings and variations are named after Nimzowitsch, the most famous being the Nimzo-Indian Defence 1.

Nimzo is really comfortable with the French, and giving him an extra tempo isnt quite good. International Master John L.

El AS en la Manga nº 30 – Defensa Nimzowitsch

The first Alekhine from Openings used for the first time by BaranDuin. 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. Others had used these ideas in practice, but he was the first to present them systematically as a lexicon of themes accompanied by extensive taxonomical observations.