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Vladimir Vukovic vs Alexander Alekhine
Vienna (1922), Vienna AUT, rd 8, Nov-22
Indian Game: Döry Indian (E10)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Apr-19-06
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  Honza Cervenka: Alekhine's ultra-aggressive approach is really astonishing and it brought him many successes and brilliant wins during all his career but here he was very lucky that he did not lose. For example, I think that 51.Nf4 or 51.Nf8 would have won the second Pawn and the game quite easily. And before that Alekhine was even more than 20 moves a piece down without any significant compensation. It was a Houdinilike escape from his part and he needed a lot of opponent's help to conduct it.
Sep-22-06
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  Calli: 65.e5? doesn't help. I don't see any defense to 65.d5 followed by e5
Sep-29-16  Straclonoor: According to Lomonosov 7-pieces TB Vukovic could won. Here the line from 50th move black 1... g6 2. e4 Nd5 3. Nf8 Ne7 4. Kf4 Kb5 5. Ke3 Kc4 6. Nd7 Kc3 7. Ne5 Kb4 8. Kd3 Kb5 9. Ng4 Nc8 10. e5 Nb6 11. Nf6 Kc6 12. Ke4 g5 13. d5+ Kc5 14. d6 Kc6 15. Kf5 Nc4 16. d7 Kc7 17. e6 Kd8 18. Nd5 g4 19. Nb4 Nd6+ 20. Kxg4 Nb7 21. Nc6+ Kc7 22. Ne5 Kd6 23. Kf5 Nd8 24. Nf7+ Ke7 25. Nxd8 Kxd8 26. Kf6 Kc7 27. Kf7 Kd8 28. e7+ Kxd7 29. e8=Q+ Kc7 30. Qb5 Kc8 31. Qb6 Kd7 32. Qc5 Kd8 33. Ke6 Ke8 34. Qc8#
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