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Alexander Alekhine vs Moses Scholtz
Simul (1932), Los Angeles, CA USA, Sep-01
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack (B13)  ·  0-1
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Aug-22-05  sandyobrien: interestingly transforms into an albin
Jul-20-06  whatthefat: Another flat performance from Alekhine at "Los Angeles 1932" (to go with Alekhine vs R McBride, 1932). I can only assume they were simul games, where he played unusually provocatively, and as a result, came unstuck.
Aug-16-06  floriboy: It is strange to me that the reply 4...e5 is so seldom played in Caro-Kann/Panov. Does anybody have an idea why?
Mar-30-09  fasting: I was wondering the same, why not 4...e5!?
Jul-19-09
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  Benzol: This game is from a simultaneous exhibition given on the 1st of September 1932 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Alyekhin's opponent here is Dr Moses Scholtz. Apparently this was his second victory over the World Champion for he also won a game in 1929.
Sep-05-10
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  Phony Benoni: Another game with 4...e5, not yet in the database:

Karl Poschauko - Baldur Moller
Munich 1936

1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.exd5 cxd5 4.c4 e5 5.dxe5 d4 6.Nf3 Nc6 7.Bd3 Bg4 8.Bf4 Nge7 9.h3 Bxf3 10.Qxf3 Qa5+ 11.Nd2 Nxe5 12.Bxe5 Qxe5+ 13.Kf1 0-0-0 14.Qxf7 Nc6 15.Re1 Qa5 16.Qf5+ Qxf5 17.Bxf5+ Kb8 18.a3 g6 19.Bd3 Bh6 20.Nf3 Rhe8 21.g3 Rxe1+ 22.Nxe1 Bc1 23.b3 Bxa3 24.Nc2 Bb2 25.f4 Bc3 26.Kf2 Nb4 27.Nxb4 Bxb4 28.h4 Re8 29.h5 Re3 30.hxg6 hxg6 31.Rd1 Be1+ 32.Rxe1 Rxd3 33.Re6 Rxb3 34.Rxg6 a5 35.f5 Kc7 36.f6 Kd7 37.Rg7+ Ke6 38.g4 Kxf6 39.Rd7 a4 40.Rxd4 Kg5 41.c5 a3 42.Ra4 Kh4 43.Ke2 Rh3 44.Kd2 Rb3 45.Kc2 Rb5 46.Rxa3 Rxc5+ 47.Kb3 1/2-1/2

Sep-01-12  Luigi Bros: 17.Qb5 in better, because protect the center in e5, and any case equal take b7, always close to Nc6.
Mar-14-15  Everett: This is an Albin Counter sort of, with no c7 and e2 pawns.
Oct-17-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in Los Angeles, California at the Los Angeles Athletic Club on September 1, 1932.

Alekhine's score is not known.

See <The Chess Reporter 1932>, pg. 10.

May-25-18
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  fredthebear: 30.NxRc3 seems to leave White better.
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