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Alexander Alekhine vs Frank E Parker
Simul, 35b (1923) (exhibition), Marshall CC, New York, NY USA, Dec-27
Old Indian Defense: Janowski. Fianchetto Variation (A53)  ·  0-1
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Jan-31-07  tanuri: Parker played very well..
New york + Parker makes me think of one of the greatest musicians ever, Charlie Parker
Mar-03-12  screwdriver: The most famous players don't win every game. Probably the only game I've ever reviewed from Parker.
Mar-03-12  Jim Bartle: "New york + Parker makes me think of one of the greatest musicians ever, Charlie Parker"

Oh yeah? Then why didn't he play the Bird Defense?

Mar-03-12
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  Calli: Alekhine played 35 boards at the Marshall CC. Result was 28W 3L 4d. Winners were F.E. Parker, Erling Tholfsen and Bruno Forsburg. Parker was club champion circa 1920.
Sep-22-12
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  sfm: Maybe there's a chance in 33.Qa5, trying to sneak the queen into blacks position.
Jun-09-15
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  TheFocus: From a imultaneous exhibition in New York, New York on December 27, 1923 at the Marshall Chess Club.

Alekhine scored +28=4-3.

See <American Chess Bulletin> 1924, pg. 8.

Jan-22-19
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  Stonehenge: 34. cxb5 is a rare blunder by the great AAA.
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