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By Alexander Alekhine
This advisor positive factors Alekhine's annotations of his personal video games. It examines video games that span his occupation from his early encounters with Lasker, Tarrasch and Rubenstein, via his global name battles, to his conferences with the hot iteration of avid gamers within the Fifties. Algebraic notations are incorporated.
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7 �d7 In order to answer 8 tDxd5 with 8 ... �xb5 . 8 e4 tDxc3 9 bxc3! Much better than 9 tDxc3, after which Black could have obtained a positional edge by 9 ... �c5 . 'ia5 9 10 Abl! This is more energetic than the defensive move 10 'ib3. For the sac rificed c-pawn White, thanks to his two bishops, obtains a position full of promise, and Black will be com pelled to return the pawn in order to complete his development. 10 a6 If any other move, White would defend his pawn by l:tb3, or he could play 1 1 tDd6+ in any case.
F5 !. 18 'iVxg2 ! (D) This move, at first sight hazard ous, was the result of a long and de tailed calculation. c3 g6! Not 2 1 . �e5 on account of the re ply 22 11xg7+ ! 'ilitxg7 23 'iVg5+ cli'h8 (if 23 . . c;t;> f8 ? ) 24 f4 ! and Black would have been compelled to satisfy himself with a draw. 22 llxb7 llad8! The preparation for the final ac tion. f6 is manifest that with a pawn less and an exposed king, other moves would not save White. The move chosen allows Black to conclude en ergetically and rapidly.
G6, which would prove disastrous for Black after 40 �e7+ �g8 4 1 'l'e8+ �h7 42 'l'xf7+ �h8 43 lDe7 ! and wins. g5 lDfd7 5 e5 6 h4! This energetic move has been played in off-hand games by the in genious Paris amateur, M. Eugene Chatard, and previously by the Vien nese master, A. Albin. xg5 6 6 . . d3 c5 8 lDh3 ! b5 ! and White should win. 6 ... f6. g2. 9 lDf4 lDfS (D) White refutes this plausible move by an enterprising attack, but against any other reply he would have ob tained ample compensation for the pawn sacrificed.