The World Chess Championship by Edward Winter

The World Chess Championship

Edward Winter



Below are our feature articles specifically concerning the world chess championship.


Early Uses of ‘World Chess Champion’

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See too our feature article on Philidor and the coverage of the Staunton-Morphy affair.




World Chess Championship Rules


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See too Steinitz Quotes.




Lasker v Janowsky, Paris, 1909


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The Lasker v Schlechter Controversy (1910)


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How Capablanca Became World Champion


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Lasker on the 1921 World Championship Match


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Capablanca’s Reply to Lasker


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The London Rules


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Capablanca v Alekhine, 1927


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FIDE Championship (1928)


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See too Articles about the International Chess Federation (FIDE).




Seven Alekhine Articles


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World Championship Disorder


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Euwe and Alekhine on their 1937 Match


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The World Chess Championship by Paul Keres


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Interregnum


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See too our feature article on Vassily Smyslov.




Spassky v Fischer, Reykjavik, 1972


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See too our set of articles on Fischer, as well as articles on Tigran Petrosian and on Boris Spassky.




The Termination


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Instant Fischer


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Kasparov and his Predecessors


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See too our article Reflections on Garry Kasparov.




‘The Mozart of Chess’


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See too a feature article which lists, inter alia, books about Magnus Carlsen published between 2013 and 2019.

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Latest update: 18 November 2021.

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