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Alexander Alekhine vs Heinz Nowarra
2nd General Government (1941), Krakow POL, rd 10, Oct-17
Catalan Opening: Closed Variation (E08)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Mar-16-08
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  Honza Cervenka: Btw, there is some uclarity about the gamescore of this game. This version (with 52.Qe6+) was published (with Heinz Nowarra's annotations in Deutsche Schachzeitung (November issue 1941) and from there it got elsewhere but later Max Blumich indicated in Deutsche Schachzeitung that 52.Qd6+ was played and that 52.Qe6+ was a typo. It makes sense as it is hard to imagine that AA as well as Nowarra (both in game and in post mortem analysis) would have missed simple 53.g8=Q with win.
Mar-16-08  MichAdams: I'm unclear what you mean by uclarity, but I agree that 52.Qe6+ is an obvious typo requiring correction.
Mar-16-08
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  Honza Cervenka: The move 52.Qe6+ was published originally and then reproduced in some books on Alekhine as well as in some databases. But I think that Blumich knew better what really happened in the game.
May-22-13
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  whiteshark: That's the story http://www.chessbase.com/Home/TabId... (scroll half down)

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