Fine, Reuben (1914-1993)
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|Description: Reuben Fine was an American chess Grandmaster, psychologist, university professor and author of many books on chess and psychology. He was one of the strongest chess players in the world from the mid-1930s until his retirement. He won five medals (four gold) in three chess Olympiads and won seven times the US Open Chess Championship. In addition, He is the author of several chess books that are still popular today.|
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Chess player, psychologist, teacher, writer.|
|Place of Birth / Death: New York, United States / New York, United States.||Country Tags: United States.|
|Centuries: XX.||Title: Grandmaster (1939).|
|World Champion: –||School: Marshall Chess Club|
|Styles: –||Chess Olympiads: 1933, 1935, 1937.|
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- Chessbase.com: The brief glory of Reuben Fine: https://en.chessbase.com/post/the-brief-glory-of-reuben-fine/5 – [26/04/2018].
- Reuben Fine chess games and profile in chess.com: https://www.chess.com/es/member/reuben_fine – [26/04/2018].
- Reuben Fine chess games at 365Chess.com: https://www.365chess.com/players/Reuben_Fine – [26/04/2018].
- Reuben Fine in chess.com: https://www.chess.com/article/view/reuben-fine-speed-demon – [26/04/2018].
- Reuben Fine player profile and games at Chessgames.com: http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=20102 – [26/04/2018].
- Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Reuben Fine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reuben_Fine – [26/04/2018].
- Andy Soltis (2005). Why Lasker Matters. Batsford, London, United Kingdom.
- Averbakh, Yuri. (2012). A history of chess. From Chaturanga to the present day. Milford, USA: Russel enterprises Inc.
- Eales, Richard. (2002). Chess: The history of a game. Glasgow, Scotland: Hardinge Simpole Publishing.
- Elo, Arpad E. (2008). The rating of chess players, Past and Present. New York: Ishi Press.
- Hooper, David. Whyld, Kenneth. (1992). The Oxford companion to chess. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Murray, H. J. R. (1913). A history of chess. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Reuben Fine, David McKay (Ed.) (1941). Basic chess endings, Nueva York, United States.