Games Played in the World's Championship Match, Between Alexander Alekhin, Holder of the Title, and E D Bogoljubow (Challenger)

Author: Lasker, Emanuel (1868-1941) [editor] from the library of Yasser Seirawan

Publisher: Printing Craft

Location: London

Year: 1935



72 pages with double sided frontispiece and diagrams. Small octavo (7 7/8" x 5 1/2") issued in stiff yellow boards with black lettering to cover. This edition contains the two matches. From Yasser Seirawan's library with his embossed imprint on title page. Revised edition.

After Capablanca took the the title, it was agreed that any challenger had to raise a prize fund of 10,000 dollars. This eliminated challengers who had no real chance of victory, and such was the Cuban's strength that none emerged for six years. Then it was Alekhine who became the fourth official World Champion, defeating Capablanca at Buenos Aires, in 1927. There was no return match since Capablanca could not raise the necessary prize fund. Alekhine successfully defended his title against Bogoljubow in 1929 by a score of 15 1/2 to 9 1/2 and in 1934 by 15 1/2 by 10 1/2.


Corners bumped, edge wear, spine ends chipped, soiled over all a good to very good copy.

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