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Alexander Alekhine vs Max Euwe
Berne (1932), Bern SUI, rd 5, Jul-20
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Fianchetto Defense (B14)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Oct-03-05  The Careful Cat: I was making a little study of the 5...g6 variation of the Panov- Botvinnik attack in the Caro-kann. First game up I find whopping big mistakes by BOTH these former world champions!! Fritz backs up my view. White's 20Nd8?? and even worse Black's 24th...h5?? leaving a rull rook hanging with check. Is there an explanation why they played so bad? Maybe they were drunk;

Yours
TCC

Oct-03-05  azaris: Was the score already fixed? What are you talking about?
Oct-03-05  who: TCC I am looking at it with Fritz now, and I have no idea what you're talking about. Fritz is happy with both 20.Nd8 (Fritz's second choice at +0.31 with 20.g4 at +0.50) and 24...h5 (Fritz's 7th choice at +0.85 with 24...h6 at +0.50 - not a really significant difference).
Nov-02-06  Gameoverziggy: Careful cat there was nothing wrong with Nd8 because all white and black do is exchange rooks, pawns and bishop and knight
Nov-05-09  dakgootje: 10 bucks say tcc was actually drunk himself.

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