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Alexander Alekhine vs V Vasilevsky
Tula (1910), Tula RUE
Queen Pawn Game: General (D00)  ·  1-0

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Feb-09-02  ehumalia: I really want to be a chess player..so that I can beat my co worker everyday..
Feb-10-02
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  Sneaky: Try to play like Alekhine and your co-worker wont know what hit 'em!!
Feb-10-02  bishop: Alekhine opened up lines against the black king.The opening of the lines was facilitated by the advanced black pawns.
Dec-14-14  TheFocus: From a simul in Tula, Russia on March 7, 1910.

Alekhine's score was +18=4-1.

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