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Tartakower / Amateur vs Alekhine / Amateur
Paris consult (1932)
Indian Game: Capablanca Variation (A47)  ·  0-1
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Jun-25-09
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  Check It Out: Does anyone know the format for this game? Did the GM's alternate moves with the amateurs?
Jun-25-09  vonKrolock: Consultation all the time... otherwise it would be a messy patchwork of excellent and worst than bad moves - here it seems that the second Amateur was wiser than the first one (if he was letting his partner play)
Jun-26-09
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  Check It Out: Thank you <vonKrolock>. Yes I figured that the moves were too good for the amateurs to be coming up with every other time.
Apr-30-11  Lil Swine: Alekhine: "Wait! I see a brilliant sacrifice!"
Amateur: "Hm? Wha-?"
(Alekhine makes move.)
Amateur: "Oh, right! So you can continue Nc3, and-"
Alekhine "No, so you can continue with this queen sac..." Amateur: "Yeah, that's what I meant to say."
Oct-17-15
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  TheFocus: A consultation game played in Paris, France on October 27, 1931, not 1932.

Alekhine's partner was I. Turover; Tartakower's partner was J. Cukierman.

See <L'Echiquier 1932>, pg. 1578-1581.

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