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Walter John vs Alexander Alekhine
Hamburg (1910), Hamburg GER, rd 11, Jul-30
Queen Pawn Game: Krause Variation (D02)  ·  0-1

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Oct-10-04  Knight13: That's a long end game.
Apr-06-09
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  whiteshark: <Knight13> There are recently more than 47,000 games in the database, longer than this one:<ERROR: Over 47,000 games match your query.> That's more than 9%.
Sep-19-16
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  Richard Taylor: But it's still a long endgame!

I played more or less the same moves Alekhine played, not knowing the opening but my opponent played 7. ... Nbd2 which is o.k. and after a swinging game with mistakes I won with a combination / K-side attack. But White had a good position most of the game, or a reasonable position.

Sep-19-16
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  Richard Taylor: 26. Qc7+! was a nice shot by John which looked as though it took Alekhine by surprise!!

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