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Alexander Alekhine vs Ernst Baasch
St Petersburg II (1912), St. Petersburg RUE, Mar-17
Spanish Game: Classical Variation. Zukertort Gambit (C64)  ·  1-0

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Feb-10-02  bishop: Lead in development,the open file,the pin,coordination of the pieces, these things led to a win for white.
Jun-29-05  Frieder: yes,bishop and a little bit tactic
for a nice end!
Dec-09-07  Shinermatt: I don't see the idea behind 21...Bxf2+. Maybe just a crude attempt at some counterplay?

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