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Alexander Alekhine vs Hruska
Czechoslovakia (1921)
Semi-Slav Defense: Chigorin Defense (D46)  ·  1-0

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Mar-31-09
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  whiteshark: Look, the mighty pin. 22.Bxe5 wasn't that bad either.
Mar-31-09
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  whiteshark: <12...0-0?> was already the losing move. 12...b5 was worth a try.
Mar-31-09  Jim Bartle: Yes, looks like Hruska's 12...0-0 was hrong.
Mar-31-09
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  whiteshark: I blev teh hvistle for dis HR violation, "Jim Bartel". Take care.
Mar-31-09
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  tamar: Local headlines read
"Hhite Hrussian hrecks hrusty Hruska"
Dec-27-14
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  TheFocus: From a simul in Prague, Czechoslovakia on October 3, 1921.

Alekhine scored +19=7-4.

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