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J Vavrinsky vs Alexander Alekhine
Simul, 42b (1925), Prague CSR, Mar-29
Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation (B01)  ·  0-1


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May-14-05  Whitehat1963: Nice little middlegame puzzle after 19. Ne2. (Opening of the Day)
Jul-08-09  jmboutiere: 5.Nf3Qd56.0-0Nc67.d3e68.Be3Bd6.10.h30-0.10.Nbd2R-
ad811.Qe2h6 = (-0.03) Rybka 3
Jul-08-09  jmboutiere: 10. ...Bc5 -o.64
10. ...Qf5 - 0.36
13.Kh1 - 1.13
13.Nd5 - 1.56
15.d4 -1.6
15.a3 - 2.45
16.Re3 - 2.45
16.Rf1 - 4.9
17....Rh3 - 6.9
19. ...Rh3 mate in 10 - 299.9o
19.Nf3 -14.6
Jun-12-15  TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in Prague, Czechoslovakia on March 29, 1925.

Alekhine scored +33=6-3.

See <Alechin v Ceskoslovensku>, game 9, pg. 5.

Jan-17-16  clement41: Marvellous game where black is absolutely crushing and gets a massive lead in development.

4 Bc4 is more promising for white (Bxd7+?! helps black develop). 5...c6 breaks white's fragile center.
7...e5! preventing 8 d4 will contain black's pieces for a long time (7...0-0-0 does the same) 15...Rd3! exploits the weak d3 square and blockades d2 thereby restricting white's pieces (like Lutt-Kérčs)

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