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Alexander Alekhine vs Friedrich Saemisch
Berlin (1921), Berlin GER, rd 1, Jun-17
English Opening: King's English. Two Knights' Variation Fianchetto Lines (A24)  ·  1-0

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Jul-09-05  davewv: 33. f5! Very nice move. It took me a while to figure it out. 33...Rxd7+ 34. fxe6+ Ke8
35. exd7+ and white wins the exchange.
Jul-09-05
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  Mating Net: White wins a whole piece. The f pawn captures the Knight and the Rook.
Jul-09-05  fgh: 33. f5! is a nice tactical shot in a endgame.
Nov-04-09  Travis Bickle: What a beautiful game by Alekhine!
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