I have rephrased the question because I am genuinely interested in an answer and I do not want to spark a debate. In 1941 a German newspaper published in occupied Paris published a series of articles ...
Alekhine, a world champion, has his name on the defense Nf6 in response to White's e4. But after e.g. 2. e5 Nd5 3.c4 Nb6 4. d4, White seems to have a good game. Did Alekhine win any notable games ...
To disambiguate what I mean by the shorthand "good" in the question's title: Is there an English-language book that tells the story of the 1927 world championship match between Capablanca and ...