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Akiba Rubinstein Razuvaev Pdf 30

Akiba Rubinstein Razuvaev PDF 30

Akiba Rubinstein was one of the greatest chess players of the early 20th century, who was widely regarded as a potential world champion. His games are still admired for their elegance, accuracy and depth. He made significant contributions to the opening theory, especially in the Ruy Lopez, Queen's Gambit and Nimzo-Indian. He was also a master of the endgame, where he demonstrated remarkable technique and creativity.

One of the best sources to study Rubinstein's games and life is the book Akiba Rubinstein by Yuri Razuvaev and Valery Murakhveri. This book was originally published in Russian in 1980, and later translated into English by Andrey Deviatkin in 2022. It contains 150 annotated games by Razuvaev, a biographical sketch by Murakhveri, and several chapters on Rubinstein's style, highlights and theoretical achievements. It also includes some games annotated by Rubinstein himself, as well as a few games from his later years that were not included in the Russian edition.


The book is available in PDF format from the publisher's website, where you can also find a sample chapter and a table of contents. The PDF file has 30 pages of text and diagrams, followed by 440 pages of footnotes by Deviatkin, who added many references, corrections and updates to the original annotations. The footnotes also contain some interesting historical and biographical details, as well as comparisons with modern computer analysis.

If you are interested in learning more about Rubinstein's chess legacy, you should definitely check out this book. It is a valuable addition to the existing literature on Rubinstein, which includes another two-volume work by John Donaldson and Nikolay Minev, as well as various articles and videos on the internet. You will surely be inspired by Rubinstein's brilliant games and his fascinating personality.


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