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F Valenzuela vs Alexander Alekhine
Simul, 30b (1927), Santiago CHI, Dec-29
Bogo-Indian Defense: Nimzowitsch Variation (E11)  ·  0-1

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May-24-05  Pawn Ambush: Damn!
Jun-17-07  syracrophy: Incredible! 45.♔h6 ♕h4+ 47.♔xg6 ♖f6#


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What a delightful final position! And all just started by 32...♖xg2+!! This game's just awesome! No one could expect the thunderbolt 32...♖xg2+!! This game has to be seen by everyone!

Jun-17-07  spacetimereality: I believe that the threat after 33. Kxg2 is 33..Qe4+. 34. Kg3 (or Kh3) Rf3+ and it spells "finito" for white.

34. Kg1 (or Kf1) Qxb1+ 35. Ke2 Qe4+ and I can't see how it proceeds. I don't have a chess program, can anyone help me out? What's the finish after my line?

Nov-27-13  Owl: Amazing calculation ability by Alekhine
Nov-27-13  detritus: Guess it's a good thing ol' Fernando took up baseball.
Sep-29-15  TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in Santiago, Chile on December 29, 1927.

Alekhine scored +25=2-3.

See <Alekhine in the Americas>, pg. 42.

Jun-12-20
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  fredthebear: Incredible!

To quote <syracrophy… This game has to be seen by everyone!>

Jun-12-20
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  WorstPlayerEver: 33. Kxg2 Qe4+ 34. Kf1 Qxb1+ 35. Ke2 Qe4+ 36. Kd1 Qh1+ 37. Ke2 Qf3+ 38. Kd2 Qxf2+ 39. Kd3 Rf3+ 40. Ke4


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Looks impressive, but it's a draw.

Jun-13-20  Viking707: Alekhine, like all great chess champions, once they see a path to victory, their attack is relentless, and irrefutable.

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