Chigorin, Mikhail

Mikhail Ivanovich Chigorin was a leading Russian Empire chess player. He played two World Championship matches against Wilhelm Steinitz, losing both times. The last great player of the Romantic chess style, he also served as a major source of inspiration for the "Soviet Chess School", which dominated the chess world in the middle and latter parts of the 20th century.

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Chigorin, Mikhail - Cohn, Wilhelm
DSB-11. Kongress, Koeln
1898
Marco, Georg - Chigorin, Mikhail
Ostende, Ostende
1905
Lasker, Emanuel - Chigorin, Mikhail
Nuremberg, Nuremberg
1896
Chigorin, Mikhail - Sellman, Alexander
London, London
1883
Alapin, Simon - Chigorin, Mikhail
Monte Carlo+, Monte Carlo
1901
Marshall, Frank James - Chigorin, Mikhail
Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo
1901
Chigorin, Mikhail - Marshall, Frank James
Monte Carlo, Monte Carlo
1901
Pillsbury, Harry Nelson - Chigorin, Mikhail
St Petersburg9596, St Petersburg
1895
Steinitz, Wilhelm - Chigorin, Mikhail
World Championship 4th, Havana
1892