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Alexander Alekhine vs Valentin Marin y Llovet
Clock simul (1922) (exhibition), Barcelona ESP, Jun-14
Slav Defense: Alekhine Variation (D15)  ·  0-1

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Sep-09-03  angle605: Why does black play 11...h5 instead of moving the knight back to f6?
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  Honza Cervenka: Is anything wrong with 11...h5? I guess that 12.hxg4 hxg4 13.Ne5 Qh4 14.f4 g3 is not the problem for black...;-)
Sep-12-03  angle605: Honza Cervenka: Thank you for responding to my question. I've been reading the various Kibitzer's and many people such as yourself have good chess knowledge. I think I've learned some things. Lately, I've been looking at the opening position of a Queen Ganbit going to Slav Defense. The position after move 4. Nc3 In the game above. White doesn't really have a threat here do he? The c4 pawn is up for grabs? why?
Dec-26-04  Whitehat1963: Another simul, but he beats Alekhine with black, no small achievement, even if it was about 8 or 9 years before Alekhine's prime. Who was this guy?
Feb-02-05  meloncio: <Whitehat1963> Valentin Marín y Llovet, a strong Catalonian player. In the chessgames database is listed wrongly (as usual for Latin players) for his second surname Llovet: Valentin Marin y Llovet .

As a member of the Spanish chess team, he participated in Chess Olympiads Paris 1924, London 1927 and Hamburg 1930. Take a look here: http://www.olimpbase.org/1924/1924e...

Dec-21-14  TheFocus: From a clock simul in Barcelona, Spain on June 14, 1922.

Alekhine's score is not known.

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