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Fritz Gygli vs Alexander Alekhine
Bern (1932), Berne SUI, rd 3, Mar-27
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Berlin Variation (E38)  ·  0-1
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Apr-17-05  chess man: Lose the bishop or lose the queen.
Apr-17-05  Rocafella: Interesting game...1932, wow... how things have changed regarding chess and the world since then...
Jun-28-06  blingice: Hmm, this is interesting AND ominous: I wanted to analyze an Alekhine game, but decided to use the "Random Game" function anyway. Right before I clicked it, because the name "Alekhine" (and it's proper spelling "Aljechin") was in my head, I just randomly pronounced "Aljechin" phonetically, and this game comes up!

Otherwise, I think white's big mistake in this game is moving the white-squared bishop from the long diagonal. That allowed the queen bulldozing to start.

Sep-11-18  jabinjikanza: Well typed
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Round 3, 27.05.1932
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