|Oct-05-05|| ||posoo: I have the good fortunte of being the first kibitzer on this excellent game. Alekhine's annotations are very instructive!|
|Jun-17-06|| ||LivBlockade: The tournament book, with notes by Alekhine to all of the games, is interesting. This game would make a nice game of the day or puzzle of the day. I think 22. xf5 would be a Wednesday puzzle (just to see that the Bishop cannot be captured), while 20. c1 would be a Sunday.|
|Aug-08-08|| ||jessicafischerqueen: Alekhine was given a <Special Brilliancy Award> for this game|
Source: "Great Brilliance Prize Games of the Chess Masters" by Jerry Seinfeld.
Ok by Fred Reinfeld actually.
You better not say he's no good at annotating again, <DomDaniel>@!@
|Jun-16-09|| ||WhiteRook48: sort of pun here, only it would be too lame|
|Sep-20-09|| ||WhiteRook48: how about Black's 20th|
|Sep-21-09|| ||DrCurmudgeon: <WhiteRook48>: WIll you kindly shut up? Nobody cares if you make 30,000 or 30,000,000 kibitzes when they are nothing but meaningless, vapid drivel, and are not totally idiotic only when they are totally stupid.|
|Sep-02-10|| ||anjyplayer: Alekhine annotations are very very good. Rb8 explanation is something, I cant understand till now. :PJ|
|Oct-29-10|| ||The Rocket: All of alekhines moves in this game were fritz 11 first choices starting with 15 nh4... |
Everybody says Capablanca was the talented one of the two but this is not really true, Alekhine was outstanding tactically to a level which you cant train yourself to reach.
|Oct-24-12|| ||jessicafischerqueen: More information on the nature of the prize awarded <Alekhine> for this game.|
It was in fact a "special prize" awarded for the <most brilliant king's side attack>.
-Alexander Alekhine's Chess Games 1902-1946
Skinner and Verhoeven
McFarland 1998, p.568