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Alexander Alekhine vs William Winfrey
Blindfold simul, 21b (1923) (blindfold), National Athletics Association, Montreal CAN, Dec-01
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation (C26)  ·  1-0

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Apr-12-05  chess man: Beautiful tactic of trapping the queen.
Apr-12-05  THE pawn: Well, I didn't get it in the first moves, but I would have seen the queen trap...
Sep-08-08  pom nasayao: Black only thought of escape routes for his queen a move too late!
Jun-08-15  TheFocus: From a blindfold simultaneous exhibition in Montreal, Canada on December 1, 1923 at the Nationale Athletics Association.

Alekhine scored +12=5-4. This broke the previous blindfold record held by Pillsbury at 20.

See <Deutsche Schachzeitung> 1924, pg. 66-67.

Jan-11-18
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  MissScarlett: <O pray, Winfrey, heading for the (n)egress>

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