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Alekhine / Bernstein vs Goncharov / Rubinstein
Consultation game (1910), Moscow RUE, Jan-01
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical Defense. Alekhine System (D28)  ·  1-0

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Dec-30-02  ughaibu: Sneaky: Thanks, yes this is the game I had in mind. How did you find it?
Dec-30-02  ughaibu: Sneaky: I figured it out.
Dec-30-02  PVS: There is no doubt that some of the most beautiful and exciting games from the nineteenth century are consultation games, some of Morphy's masterworks come to mind. But the fact it was not a one on one encounter greatly diminishes their interest for me. I like to see a battle between two individuals. That is one reason I am less impressed by the players since Fischer with their research teams and computer analysis.
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  TheFocus: A consultation game played in Moscow, Russia on January 1, 1910.

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