hypermodern school

/ (ˌhaɪpəˈmɒdən) /

noun

a name given by S. G. Tartakower to a style of chess typified by Richard Reti and A. I. Nimzowitsch and characterized by control of the centre from the flanks

Nearby words

  1. hypermetropia,
  2. hypermicrosoma,
  3. hypermile,
  4. hypermiling,
  5. hypermnesia,
  6. hypermotility,
  7. hypermyotonia,
  8. hypermyotrophy,
  9. hypernatremia,
  10. hyperneocytosis

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