By Raymond Keene
Until eventually his loss of life in 1935, Aron Nimzowitsch was once one of many world's best chess gamers. The major Grandmaster of the Hypermodern university, his video games have been filled with new rules and plans. this article appears on the video games and profession of 1 of the main influential chess avid gamers.
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