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Alexander Alekhine vs Siegbert Tarrasch
Vienna (1922), Vienna AUT, rd 7, Nov-21
English Opening: King's English Variation. Closed System (A25)  ·  1-0



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Mar-30-09  ROO.BOOKAROO: On 12 .... Nxf3+, Black has an alternative, 12 .... dxe5, protecting the central knight, with further protection from Bg7
Mar-30-09  ROO.BOOKAROO: 13 .... dxe5, would have been more effective on the previous move
Mar-30-09  ROO.BOOKAROO: There are seven comments on this game by Raymond Keene in his Chess column in the London Times of March 30, 2009, "latest challenge for March 31" as one of Alekhine's games not included in his own anthology of great games


Mar-30-09  ROO.BOOKAROO:
Oct-09-15  Mr. V: What is White's winning plan after 45...Bxb5?
Oct-09-15  thomastonk: <Mr. V: What is White's winning plan after 45...Bxb5?> 45.. ♗xb5 46.♔c3 ♖b1 47.♗a2 ♖c1+ 48. ♔d2.
Aug-07-19  gambitfan: 1) +132.72 (21 ply) 57...♔f6 58.♔f1 ♔g6 59.a7 ♔g7 60.♖b8 h4 61.a8=♕ ♗c4+ 62.♔g1 h3 63.♖h8 h2+ 64.♖xh2 ♗f7 65.♖h3 ♔f6 66.♖xg3 ♔e5

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