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Alexander Alekhine vs Wong CE
Simul, 37b (1933), Hong Kong, Feb-06
Indian Game: East Indian Defense (E00)  ·  1-0


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  MissScarlett: Even for a simul, it's surprising that Alekhine missed 27.Qxd8+ Rxd8 28.Bxd7.
Feb-26-15  aliejin: Surprising?
Quite the contrary. In a simultaneous
a chess master has a practical sense
If the first thing that comes to mind serves ( this is the case ) not seek more.
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  offramp: These far eastern guys, playing their East Indian Defences of their Indian Games in simultaneoii against the world champion, play surprisingly well.
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  MissScarlett: Oh mate, it's a basic three move combination; it's a Tuesday puzzle, at best. Alekhine could spot back rank threats like other people see hanging pieces.
Feb-27-15  aliejin: It is a simultaneous, we do not know if it was played in the last hour of a long day ..

do not know if alekhine was in a hurry to end the session etc

We have seen great masters lose materials
in official invidual chess games ......

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  MissScarlett: I said I was surprised, not that I was astounded or incredulous.
Feb-28-15  aliejin: " I said I was surprised,"

I say "to be surprised "
is astounded or incredulous.

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  MissScarlett: A poke in the eye is not a punch in the face. Yet.
Mar-01-15  aliejin: If every time a chess master, in a simultaneous, we'll be surprised ... they are going to need million messages .... have to create a site
entirely dedicated to those "surprises" .....
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  keypusher: <aliejin> That Alekhine missed this is surprising. That you're still arguing about it is astounding.
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  keypusher: Yes, <MissScarlett>'s philosemetism has reached absurd levels.
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  keypusher: Premium Chessgames MemberMar-01-15 keypusher: Yes, <MissScarlett>'s philosemitism is a byword on this site.
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  keypusher: Damnit, can't delete earlier post from my phone.
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  MissScarlett: I believe he was referring to you.
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  keypusher: <Mar-01-15
Premium Chessgames Member MissScarlett: I believe he was referring to you.>

Perhaps, but it's clear he believes that only <Jewish filthies> and their enablers criticize Alekhine.

Mar-02-15  ughaibu: Nostalgic stuff, haven't seen kibitzing like this for yonks.
Jul-15-15  ToTheDeath: Can someone tell me where Black went Wong?
Jul-15-15  ughaibu: What the hell is going on? Is there nobody who collects games with kibitzing of this quality?
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  thegoodanarchist: <ToTheDeath: Can someone tell me where Black went Wong?>

Black obviously moved the Wong Rook!

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  keypusher: Oh dear, <aliejin>'s post about <Jewish filthies> has been deleted. Are there no limits to Zionism's reach?
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  perfidious: <keypusher> Just ask the <Pernicious Pensacolan>....
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