If you are visiting to
look for the missing games of Nimzowitsch click on 'Files' on
the left. The links to missing tournament games and missing match
games are there.
Important Announcement: A
new edition of The Blockade / Die Blockade by Aron
Nimzowitsch has been published by Hardinge
Click on the book cover
image to order your copy.
These chess pages are partly
dedicated to a select group of players who were not granted the
opportunity, for various reasons, to play a match for the world
title. I stress partly because the genuine Uncrowned Kings are
Akiba Rubinstein and Aron Nimzowitsch. The games of my other chess
heros can be found here.
Games collections in
ChessBase archive format and
PGN format are available for
downloading. Simply click the 'Files' button on the left. The games
of these players are currently available: Victor Korchnoi, Bent
Larsen, Paul Keres, Aron Nimzowitsch, Akiba Rubinstein.
A supplementary Hypermoderns
page contains the games of Saviely Tartakower, Richard Réti,
Ernst Grünfeld and Gyula Breyer.
page is currently under contruction. At present it contains games
collections of Howard Staunton, Henry Atkins, Frederick Yates, Sir
George Thomas, Mir Sultan Khan, William Winter, C.H.O'D Alexander,
Doctor Stefan Fazekas. Later this year a collection of Raymond
Keene's games will
Follow this link for the British
Visit the new Riga
Many of the files are
incomplete but new material will be added occasionally until the
definitive collections have been constructed.
If you don't have
ChessBase then go to my Links page and download 'ChessBase Light'
from the downloads page at the ChessBase website.
Please bookmark this site
and return regularly to check the Update History page. It provides a
brief note of which databases have been modified. More games and
annotations are added from time to time. Any helpful suggestions and
comments are very welcome as are any unknown games!
If you would like to see
a list of chess world champions and challengers follow this link: Official
Isaksen for the inspiration.
Our collaboration resulted in finding a source for the games of Bent
Larsen from Gijon 1956.
Rob Weir for his database manipulation
which was very useful in the early days.