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Edgard Colle, chess master revered for his opening known as the Colle System.

Edgard Colle, chess master revered for his opening known as the Colle System.

Karpov | 1970s ~ Chess was his life ~  the youngest Soviet National Master in history at fifteen in 1966; this tied the record established by Boris Spassky in 1952.

Karpov | 1970s ~ Chess was his life ~ the youngest Soviet National Master in history at fifteen in 1966; this tied the record established by Boris Spassky in 1952.

Chess Lesson : openings (Colle system 1)

Chess Lesson : openings (Colle system 1)

"When I am White I win because I am White. When I am Black I win because I am Bogolyubov."  ("Bogolyubov" means "beloved of God" in Russian.) A very great player who contended for the championship more than once. After defeating Max Euwe twice in matches, he was awarded the title of FIDE champion but lost two matches against then world chess champion Alekhine.

"When I am White I win because I am White. When I am Black I win because I am Bogolyubov." ("Bogolyubov" means "beloved of God" in Russian.) A very great player who contended for the championship more than once. After defeating Max Euwe twice in matches, he was awarded the title of FIDE champion but lost two matches against then world chess champion Alekhine.

Bobby Fischer IQ: 187 Fischer Bobb, an American chess master who became the youngest grandmaster in history when he received the title in 1958. His youthful intemperance and brilliant playing drew the attention of the American public to the game of chess, particularly when he world championship in 1972 defeating Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union.

Bobby Fischer IQ: 187 Fischer Bobb, an American chess master who became the youngest grandmaster in history when he received the title in 1958. His youthful intemperance and brilliant playing drew the attention of the American public to the game of chess, particularly when he world championship in 1972 defeating Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union.

François André Philidor (1726/1795)

François André Philidor (1726/1795)

Semyon Alapin (Семён Алапин) was a Litvak chess master, openings analyst, and puzzle composer. Born in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire on 19 November 1856, he was one of the strongest players in the Russian Empire in the late 19th century. Today he is best known for his creation of opening systems in almost all major openings. Most of these are of little significance today, but Alapin's Variation of the Sicilian Defence is an important opening line that is often played by leading…

Semyon Alapin (Семён Алапин) was a Litvak chess master, openings analyst, and puzzle composer. Born in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire on 19 November 1856, he was one of the strongest players in the Russian Empire in the late 19th century. Today he is best known for his creation of opening systems in almost all major openings. Most of these are of little significance today, but Alapin's Variation of the Sicilian Defence is an important opening line that is often played by leading…

Alekhine playing 8 blind games. September 16, 1932.

Alekhine playing 8 blind games. September 16, 1932.

Pal Benkö

Pal Benkö

Vasja Pirc, after whom the system 1.e4 d6; 2.d4 Nf6; 3.Nc3 g6....is named (Pirc Defence).

Vasja Pirc, after whom the system 1.e4 d6; 2.d4 Nf6; 3.Nc3 g6....is named (Pirc Defence).

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