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Alexander Alekhine vs Moshe Aba Blass
Clock simul, 8b (1928), Warsaw POL, Dec-11
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Worrall Attack Delayed castling line (C86)  ·  1-0
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Jun-23-10
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  GrahamClayton: One of 29 games played by Alekhine (including 2 blindfold) in a simultaneous exhibition in Warsaw on the 2nd of December, 1928. Alekine finished with a score of +19, =6, -4.
Jul-14-10
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  crawfb5: Donaldson, Minev, and Seirawan give the simul in Warsaw as played on 1 Dec 1928, 31 games, score as +21 -4 =6.

This particular game is from an 8-board clock simul (+4 -2 =2) played in Warsaw on 11 Dec 1928. Blass played for the Polish team at the 1928 Olympiad at The Hague.

May-05-17  Paarhufer: A newspaper from January 1929 states that the game was played in Warsaw on 11 Dec 1928 (as crawfb5 wrote), but also that is was played in a 29 board simul (as GrahamClayton wrote).
May-31-17
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  zanzibar: <<paarhufer> A newspaper from January 1929 >

Source please.

Aug-09-18  Jean Defuse: ...

Tomasz Lissowski: http://szachowavistula.pl/vistula/k...

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