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Alekhine / Allies vs Bogoljubov / Allies
Budapest consult (1921), Budapest HUN
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Main Line (D63)  ·  1-0


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Sep-21-04  Morty: Is this game a collaboration of many players from each of the teams (Bogoljubov and Alekhine)? I'm not sure. If anyone has the answer, I'd appreciate the response. Thank you.
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  Benzol: <Morty> Skinner & Verhoeven give this game as played on the 20th September. With a time control at 20 moves per hour it was played to test a certain variation of the Queen's Gambit Declined. The White team was Alekhine + F. Samisch + E. Steiner + S. Tartakower + A Vajda. The Black team was Bogoljubov + I. Abonyi + E. Grunfeld + B. Kostic + K. Sterk

At the end I'm not sure though how White wins?

Sep-21-04  Minor Piece Activity: Nf5+ or Nxf7+ should win I think, fork Q + K, then R + R.
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  Benzol: <MPA> Thanks mate. I totally overlooked 34.♘f5+.
Sep-21-04  Morty: <Benzol> Thank you.
Mar-31-09  gauer: For team or tandem games, do players have to stay in their fixed alternating 5-cycle?

1 Alekhine, Bogoljubov; 2 Samisch, Abonyi; 3 Steiner, Grunfeld; 4 Tartakower, Kostic; 5 Vajda, Sterk; 6 Alekhine, etc.

Or can they switch up the order, or even correspond out with each other, not letting the other team see their varying idea?

If they do have to stick to an non-corresponsive cycle, it could be interesting to run a move-by-move computer eval. through a bunch of these tandem games - just to see how one player replies to a stronger opponent in a better / equal / worse position, & to see how another different opponent manages to possibly or not handle the opposition's answer.

Possibly, it could be a new way of estimating rel. rating strength of general judgement of positions, independent of the Elo system.

Nov-07-10  tentsewang: Fantastic game! I really learned a lot from the Alekhine team...
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