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A Bona vs Alexander Alekhine
Madrid (1945), Madrid ESP
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Alekhine Defense (D22)  ·  0-1

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Oct-06-19  DiscoJew: Followed by Bxf3 and the irresistable Qg2 checkmate forced after a couple more moves. Very nice mini!
Oct-07-19  Nosnibor: I assume this is a bonafide game from a simul given by Alekhine.
May-14-22  Alekchess: So wrong disco jew! There is no Qg2 checkmate after a couple of moves, especially after the black queen sacrifice at f3. Alekhine frowned upon jew chess.

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