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Sigurd Clausen vs Alexander Alekhine
Clock simul, 10b (1935), Malmo SWE, May-09
Indian Game: Capablanca Variation (A47)  ·  1-0

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Apr-09-05  lopium: The only man who beated Alekhine with this oppening. Alekhine as black.
Sep-26-08
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  Honza Cervenka: Wow! This one looks like Alekhine himself was playing white side here. In fact, I wonder if he really played black here...
Sep-26-08
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  Calli: Yes, he did play White. In fact, he "lost" the simul scoring 4½-5½. Don't worry Alekhine fans, this was a difficult "clock simul" against good players. White was Sigurd Clausén of the Malmö SS.
Sep-26-08
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  Calli: Oops! I meant Alekhine really did play Black in this game. The score here is correct. Sorry, previous post was before my first cup of coffee.
Oct-01-08
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  Honza Cervenka: <Calli> Thanks. I have thought that it was played in a simul with clocks but I was not sure which colour had Alekhine here and white's play resembled Alekhine's aggressive style so much that I was in doubt a bit for a while if the score is correct. But it is correct for sure. Nice performance of Mr. Clausen.

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