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Alexander Alekhine vs Savielly Tartakower
Hamburg (1910), Hamburg GER, rd 15, Aug-04
Dutch Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A84)  ·  1-0
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Apr-02-06  jamesmaskell: What a performance for Alekhine against the mighty Tartakower and at the age of 18 too!
Apr-02-06  jamesmaskell: To clarify, I meant Alekhine was 18 here...
Apr-02-06  who: 21.Nd5+ is elegant (21...exd5? 22.Re1+ - 23.Rxf8)
Oct-01-06
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  Phony Benoni: Even at this early age, Alekhine shows himself to be tournament savvy by twice taking the opportunity to repeat moves and gain time on the clock. Note how 25.Nd5+ was not a triple repetition since the position had changed when White captured a pawn on c7.

Jan-11-12
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  jessicafischerqueen: <Alekhine's> first appearance in the Master Section of the <DSB Championship>. He finished shared 7th, <Schlechter> won the event.

<Alekhine> played the event in some discomfort:

"Alekhine, who had an acute inflamation of the ankle joint, needed for a while to be assisted into the tournament hall, where very conscientiousy, he played with his leg supported in an elevated position..."

<Wiener Schachzeitung> 1910 pp. 347-8

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