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BREYER, JULIUS

BREYER, JULIUS (gyula ) (1893–1921), Hungarian chess master. Breyer won an important Berlin tournament (1920) and broke the then-existing record of 25 games for blindfold play. He was a theorist of "Hyper-Modern" school and established several variations which retain great strategic importance.

Breyer, Julius

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