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Hose Raul Capablanka

Robin Biznis June 10.2018 Belgrade, Serbia

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Jose Raul Capablanca had the title of world champion in chess after defeating Emanuel Lasker in Germany’s Grand master in 1921 year.

He lost the title to Alexander Alekhine from the Russian Grand master in 1957 year.

Little Hose Raul Capablanka was a wonder of a child. He learned to play chess by watching his father while this one played chess with his opponents.

Anegdota says that it is the only reminder, for the bad move of her father in the chess game. Then his father realized what a talent Hose was. The child’s miracle.

He had an innate sense for chess.

He was born in 1888 on Cuba in the city of Havana. He lived in a wealthy family that enabled him to study at the University and later for his travels to Europe where he played chess and simultaneous games with a large number of opponents.

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What were they talking about his style of play:

“Capablanca was known for his exceptional endgame skills, and ability to precisely play technical endgame positions. Because of his mastery and simple style of playing he was nickname was “Human Chess Machine”. At the same time Capablanca had an outstanding positional judgment and superb tactical skills. He played both positional and attacking chess when it was necessary.”

“And what Capablanca said”

People who want to improve should take their defeats as lessons, and endeavor to learn what to avoid in the future. You must also have the courage of your convictions. If you think your move is good, make it.

In order to improve your game, you must study the endgame before everything else. For whereas the endings can be studied and mastered by themselves, the middle game and opening must be studied in relation to the end game.

You may learn much more from a game you lose than from a game you win. You will have to lose hundreds of games before becoming a good player.

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” you sit down to play a game you should think only about the position, but not about the opponent. Whether chess is regarded as a science, or an art, or a sport, all the same psychology bears no relation to it and only stands in the way of real chess”.

Finally, you can see the 15 parties of Hose Raul Capablanca on the link below.

15 Best Chess Games by Jose Raul Capablanca

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