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Alexander Kevitz / Albert Pinkus
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1929

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Alexander Kevitz & Albert Pinkus.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. A Kevitz / A Pinkus vs Alekhine 0-1481929Clock simul, 3bA15 English

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  Benzol: Whose birthday is it?
Mar-20-06  dakgootje: maybe he first was called Kevitz and then didnt like his name and changed it...or something, as i cant think of really anything else
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  WannaBe: Alexander Kevitz was born in Sept. 1st, 1902 and Albert Pinkus was born in March 20, 1903. Albert was the winner of the Manhattan Chess Club Champ. in '41 and '45. And he also won New York State Champ. in '47.

Alexander Kevitz was a champion of the Manhattan chess club too, just not the years listed here, in this bio.

Someone one need to change/modify/update the bios for these 2 players.

Mar-20-06  Resignation Trap: The biography was posted under this consultation team in error.
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  Benzol: That's a bit better.

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