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Leopoldo Carranza vs Alexander Alekhine
Buenos Aires (1926), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 4, Sep-28
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen. Classical Variation General (B83)  ·  0-1

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Mar-21-04  Troewa: Well this is peculiar. What's with the result?
Mar-21-04  Archerforthelord: I agree, it seems like the position is not lost. maybe not the best move but still there are chances.
Mar-21-04  vonKrolock: i will dare to say that an Alekhine would win here as Black or as White...
Apr-12-04  Phoenix: Wow, never seen someone so upset at losing the bishop pair! Must be a simple matter of technique, eh?
Apr-12-04  Pawn Ambush: <Wow, never seen someone so upset at losing the bishop pair! Must be a simple matter of technique, eh?>

LOL!!! Maybe he touched his G-Pawn!

Dec-28-08
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  Phony Benoni: The game went 34 moves; only the first 12 are available.

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