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Stefano Rosselli del Turco vs Alexander Alekhine
Olympiad (1933), Folkestone ENG, rd 9, Jun-19
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-16-08
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  Calli: Alekhine here plays the losing 29...c3?? Clearly 30.Nxc6! cxb2 31.Bxb2 wins since 31...bxc6 32.b7 queens the pawn. Sometimes reputation alone lets you get away with horrible blunders!

Jul-27-14  posoo: LOL but who says dat Allokone has to take da horse?!
May-18-15  Naniwazu: He doesn't have to..but after something like 31...Nc5 32. Bd4 Nxa4 33. Na5 Bc8 white is a pawn up and black's pieces are very passive.
May-10-17  Retireborn: If this score is correct then both 36...Nxe3 and 37.Qxe3 are blunders, because White can win with the intermezzo 37.Bd4! Possibly the players assumed that 37...Nd1+ would suffice, but after 38.Kg2 Qc7 39.a5 White is winning because the black queen is commited to preventing Nd8+ and the black knight cannot get back.
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1933 - Folkestone Olympiad (Alekhine's Games)
by jessicafischerqueen
Round 9, 19.06.1933
from Alekhine - Folkestone Olympiad 1933 by MissScarlett
Diagram A
from How Not To Play Chess - The Book by Veloiac
Alekhine tried hard
from Italian gems Part I by Karpova
See the notes at the top for explanation.
from Alekhine was sunk! by Calli


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