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   Alekchess has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jul-18-22 Rodzynski vs Alekhine, 1913
Alekchess: Also, why 15) Qxh8? which leads to an immediate mate. Rather why not 15) Nd2! which leads to a formidable resistance, that is if both parties are of equal ability and it remains to be seen if black can win against a master level player with the position provided.
   Jun-27-22 Alekhine vs A Kubbel, 1920 (replies)
Alekchess: Most of the commentary here is erroneous. After 20)---Bd6 and with the best play by both sides, Alekhine should win the endgame with a passed pawn. No major chess fireworks, just a solid win in an overplayed Spanish opening.
   May-14-22 A Bona vs Alekhine, 1945
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.
   May-12-22 Saemisch vs Alekhine, 1943 (replies)
Alekchess: Despite having won the exchange after 28) ----Bc4 the ending is a difficult one where only exact moves will win the game!
   Apr-27-22 Alekhine vs Bogoljubov, 1934
Alekchess: The popular narrative about Alekhine avoiding capablanca in order to play the less capable Bogoljubov is false! Capablanca made Alekhine jump through hoops to come up with the huge money requirements in order to play him for the worlds chess championship in 1927. Alekhine was just
   Apr-27-22 F Acevedo vs Alekhine, 1932
Alekchess: This is not an easy win with the white pieces but with correct play by both sides it can be done.
   Apr-27-22 Alekhine vs NN, 1932 (replies)
Alekchess: If you find yourself in this predicament with a piece down and playing a master, you should resign. If your playing a lower rated player you should try hard to equalize and win, depending on your ability.
   Apr-26-22 J Jongedijk vs Alekhine, 1936
Alekchess: Only one way to mate and that is 25)----Qe4+ 26) Ke2---Q×e3#
   Apr-22-22 B P Reilly vs Alekhine, 1935
Alekchess: I'm surprised no one has discussed this most difficult ending! Try playing the ending with the black pieces against an engine like stockfish with the white pieces and you'll will be amazed at the complexity of the position.
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