|Full name||Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhine|
|Kintra||Roushie Empire |
|Born||31 October 1892|
Moscow, Roushie Empire
|Died||24 Mairch 1946 (aged 53)|
|Warld Champion||1927–35 |
Alexander Aleksandrovich Alekhine (Roushie: Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Але́хин, pronounced [ɐlʲɪkˈsandr ɐlʲɪkˈsandrəvʲɪtɕ ɐˈlʲexʲɪn]; October 31 [A.S. October 19] 1892 – Mairch 24, 1946) wis a Roushie chess grandmaster an the fowert Warld Chess Champion. He is widely considered ane o the greatest chess players ever.
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- In Scots/Inglis his surname would normally be transleeterated as "Alekhin", but when he acame a French ceetizen, the staundart French transleeteration "Alekhine" acame the correct way tae spell his name in the Laitin alphabet. He acame angry when Roushies sometimes pronoonced the ⟨е⟩ ye o Alekhin as ⟨ё⟩ yo, [ɐˈlʲoxʲɪn], which he regairdit as a Yiddish distortion o his name, an insistit that the correct Roushie pronunciation wis "Al-YEH-khin". See Kmoch, H. "Grandmasters I Have Known: Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhine" (PDF). pp. 2, 5. Retrieved 2010-05-30.
- Offeecial name as French ceetizen: Alexandre Alekhine (Brazilian visa) (Journal Officiel)