- Alexander Alekhine
- Alexander Alexandrovich Alekhine (a veces también con la grafía "Aljechin", aunque en español se pronunciaría "Aliojín") (en ruso, Александр Александрович Але́хин), (31 de octubre o 1 de noviembre de 1892 - 24 de marzo de 1946) fue un ajedrecista ruso, uno de los grandes campeones mundiales. Conocido por su estilo agresivo.
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