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Alexander Alekhine vs S Lugowski
Simul, 36b (1931) (exhibition), Belgrade YUG, Jan-04
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation. Meitner-Mieses Gambit (C23)  ·  1-0

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May-18-04  Theoryhack: White does very well after 3... Bc5?!4 Qg4. 4...g6 and 4...Kf8 are the only serious tries after that. Qf6 is just a losing error.
Feb-13-06  popski: Mate follow here, starting with 13. ♘xf7...
May-01-06  McCool: Black resigns because of 13. ♘e6+! ♘xe6 (13 ... ♗xe6 or 13 ... fxe6 then 14. ♕e7+ and 15. ♕e8#) 14. ♕e7+ ♔g8 15. ♕e8+ ♘f8 16. ♘e7# But resigning on his opponents turn seems odd.
Dec-26-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: 5...Qxf2+ isn't such a great move against Alekhine, obviously.
Jan-21-07  likestofork: <McCool> 13....fxe6 would sort of expose the K to the R. But, yeah, what you said, otherwise.
Jul-10-11  avidfan: Good candidate for an easy puzzle.
May-03-12  e4 resigns: I don't see the mate.
May-04-12  Shams: <e4 resigns> No mate but 12...hxg5 13.Qxh8 is forced and Black's position is in ruins.
Dec-13-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  GrahamClayton: <McCool>But resigning on his opponents turn seems odd.

<McCool>,
Apparently Alekhine announced the mate in 4, so there was no need to play any further moves.

Jul-29-14  GM Rounak Pathak: <once>its my earnest request, plz stop being a psycho!do u know that its basically better for black all d time????????????????????????????USE UR BRAIN, IF U HAVE ANY!!!!!!!!!!
Jul-30-14  kia0708: Mr Grand Master Pathak, may I ask you what are your credentials to call him/other people "psycho" ?

<its my earnest request, plz stop being a psycho! do u know that its basically better for black all d time????????????????????????????USE UR BRAIN, IF U HAVE ANY!!!!!!!!!!>

Jul-30-14
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  whiteshark: <Rounak Pathak> According to FIDE there is no <GM> with your name: http://ratings.fide.com/search.phtm...
Jul-30-14  JimNorCal: <whiteshark>: no GM with your name

Doubtless it's an anagram. Or perhaps a palindrome. (Joking!) :) What I want to know is--what comment by <once> caused this outburst? I don't see a comment by <once> in this thread.

Jul-30-14
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  whiteshark: <JimNorCal: <whiteshark>: no GM with your name> hehe ;)

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Jul-30-14
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  whiteshark: This at <once> awakened my suspicion, too.
Aug-02-17  Wulebgr: The checkmate sequence is in Tal and Khenkin, Tal's Winning Chess combinations (1979)

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