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Alfredo Anaya vs Jose Raul Capablanca
Exhibition Game (1911), Montevideo URG, Jul-13
Anderssen Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1



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Nov-27-07  Pawn Ambush: Did anybody notice ...Bd6,...Bc7...Bc3 Fantastic!!
Nov-28-07  Pawn Ambush: Found no other games with 5.Bd6 pulling off ...Bc7 and ...Bc3.

But did find some games with 1.e4 e5,2.Nf3 Nc6,3 .d4 Bd6!? intending a later ...Bb4.

Dec-13-07  blacksburg: i've seen a few games with white playing c4 and e4, Nf3, and Bd3 followed by Bc2 and d4.
Dec-29-07  Pawn Ambush: <blacksburg:> Based on your moves it looks like white put his bishop on c2 to protect his e-pawn after an exchange on d4 ( ...exd4). Capablanca didn't want his bishop blocked in by pawns and sought to exchange it, since a3 was already played he played around it and exchanged c3.
Jun-27-08  Whitehat1963: Not bad play from white, a nobody. Hangs on for 70 moves. Certainly better than most people.
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  TheFocus: To conclude his 1st South American Tour, Capablanca played two exhibition games against two of the strongest players in Uruguay.

This game was played in Montivideo on July 13, 1911.

Dec-01-20  Stolzenberg: After 3. Nc3 it came to the English Opening (A22) by transposition.

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