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Lajos Steiner vs Alexander Alekhine
Podebrady (1936), Podebrady CZE, rd 5, Jul-10
Philidor Defense: Nimzowitsch. Rellstab Variation (C41)  ·  0-1
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Oct-24-02  drukenknight: how about 5...Nxf7?
Mar-18-05  Whitehat1963: What's the finish?
Mar-18-05  iron maiden: Finish? Black wins a piece.
Mar-18-05  Whitehat1963: O.K., so it's confirmed yet again: I'm a blind chess idiot!
Sep-26-09  Gambit All: By just the 12th move Alekhine, playing black, has developed 4 pieces to Steiner's 2 and has an advanced center pawn while Steiner has no center pawns left.
Jun-05-13
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  profK: In hindsight Bogo's 6.Bg5 is lots better.
Dec-02-15  indomega: white is a pawn down and his position is hisss-booom!!ed. (Destroyed)
Nov-10-17
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  Mateo: According to Stockfish, White was winning after 21.Kxb2! instead of 21.Bxb5? If 21...Qxh1 22.Bh3 Qe4 23.Qxg7 Rhe8, White has a winning position although it is still tricky.
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