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Alexander Alekhine vs Leonard B Meyer / Lester Samuels
Clock simul, 3b (1929) (exhibition), New York, NY USA, Mar-24
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack: General (A06)  ·  0-1



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Sep-11-08  norcist: wow i can't believe there is no comment on this surprising defeat of alekhine in his prime. Was this a simul??
Sep-11-08  Calli: Sort of. See kibitzing at Kevitz / Pinkus vs Alekhine, 1929 for explanation.
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  whiteshark: With <24.Kf1> White is provoking the deadly pin <24...Qd3>.

<26.Ke1> is already agony.

Better was <24.Nxg6 fxg6 25.Bc3 Qd3 26.Qe1 >

Oct-03-15  TheFocus: From a simultaneous clock exhibition in New York, New York at the Manhattan Chess Club on March 24, 1929.

Alekhine scored +2=0-1.

See <The Brooklyn Daily Eagle>, March 28, 1929.

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