Jessica Fischer (el 01/05/12 a las 6:06 pm)
There's no proof that the Soviets murdered Alekhine's brother. It's widely believed, but no hard evidence for it. If I'd known this when I made the video, I wouldn't have said that. There are plenty of other inaccuracies and incorrect statements in this and other videos I made, so please keep giving me corrections.
buffguy86 (el 01/05/12 a las 8:17 am)
hey jfq, you say that the russian government murdered alekhine's brother? what is your source of information on that?
Jessica Fischer (el 17/01/12 a las 10:51 pm)
lol... zelda video game
bach5861 (el 17/01/12 a las 6:14 pm)
capablanca played better, but he underestimate alekhine.
Jessica Fischer (el 14/05/11 a las 2:55 am)
Thank you for the correction!
oxiigen (el 14/05/11 a las 2:36 am)
& btw, Bled (1931) is not on the map that you show.. :)
oxiigen (el 14/05/11 a las 2:30 am)
Alekhine was once asked whether he preferred the queen on the board or on the bed. "It depends," he replied, "on the position." :P
mboyle16 (el 06/02/11 a las 5:01 pm)
Great video! What song is playing at the beginning??
Sirb0b1 (el 27/11/10 a las 11:12 am)
Your time and effort really shows how much you must love chess Jessica, very well done and much appreciated.
Jessica Fischer (el 19/02/10 a las 10:55 pm)
Error! In the photo at 8:23 Vera Menchik is in fact playing Geza Maroczy, not Frank Marshall, at the London 1932 Tournament.