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Modern cheas openings1939.

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Nofes

ctd.

on p.

2.

ALEKHINE'S DEFENCEi

P K 4 Kt K B 3,

;

2

P

K

5,

Kt

Q4

;

3

P y B 4, Kt

Kt

3.

wQKt Q2; P QB3;(a)

CO

The

sacrificial

variation

7

H Q B1 O O O Q K4; 13 Q R Q 3, P~K 3 15 BxP, Q QR4; 16 B 4 I8B K3-jb. Q 4, Q K B 4 17 Q Kt 3, Alekhine Reshevsky, Kemen, 1937) II Kt B 3, P~K 3 12 B K 3, B K 2: 13 Q R Q1,Q B3; 14 Q Kt4,O O; 15 P -Q Kt3, P B 4 + SirG. A. Thomas12

10KtxKtisrefutedbylO..,QxKt(andnotl0.. KtxKt:

KtxP?, BxB;;

8;

QxB, QxP:9 Ql

O,

B K

lIKtBa,

3,

PK;.

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;

Flohr, Antwerp, 1932. (6) This is good enough to draw, but 10. maintains that after 11 O O, Ktx P; 12 QxP, R slight drawing chances, but after 13.., R Q Kt certainly has a clear advantage.(c)

,

Kt

B313

PxP;1;

B~K 3, Black hasoxilyK 4, KtKt4! Black

was

better,

Alokhinr

14

Q

Kt

B

4

13PxP, B KtSch 17 Q B 3, R R6;

;

14 Kt B 3, Kt ch O; 16 offered even less winning chances (Aiekhinc).;

Bx

15PxB,O;

OK

O,2.

Continued 15 Kt B 3, BxKtch; 16 PxB, O O 17 O, Alekhine Euwe, 29th match game, 1935. Black drew fairly easily, despite th minus. KR3, B R 4 8 B K 2, Kt B 3 ; 9 P Q 5, BxKt; 10 (e\ Or?P(d);

Pawn

Kt14

K4;B16

Q now17

(/)

Q

Kt3.If

B K2> Q R 5 12 O, P-Kt4: 13 Kt~~Q 2, K K Kt 1 Kt5 15 Px P, Ktx KtP (Kashdan Euwe, Hastings, 1931-32) and Kt B3, Q R 4 17 B B 4 (Kashdan). Continued 14 B R 4 15 P Q R 3, B Kt 3 16 P Q Kt 4. P~Q K 311;

BxB.;

2,

P

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Mar6czy

Keres, Dresden, 1936.;

(g) 6KtPxKt, P Q3; 7 B PxP, K PxP; 8 Kt B 3 (8 B B 4, Px P; 9 Q R5, Q B3: 10 Kt B 3, Kt B 3 11 O 0, P KKt3; 12 Q~~Kt5 B Kt2; 13 B R3 gives White some attack for the Pawn, P, W. Sergeant R. H. Newman, City of London Championship, 1932), B K2; 9 B B 4, O~~ O 100 O, Kt B3; HPxP,BxP; 12 P Q 4, B K KtS. Gruber drOnfeld.

Vienna, 1923.

Notas

ctd.

OH

t>,

7.

ALEKHINE'S DEFENCEi

P

1\4,

Kt

KB 3;

2

P

1\5,

Kt

Q

4

.

B

Pikler, Budapest, 1931), B Kt2; 6 Q-~B3, P K3; Kt K B 3, KtxKP; 10 Kt x Kt, KR4, Kt B3j 8 O K 3, P Q 3 BxKt; 11 BxB, PxB. Richter Danielsson, Zoppot, 1935. (b) Better is 8.. ,0 KtxP; 9KtxKt,PxKt; 10QxP,QxQ: HBxQ,B B4; 13 B x P, O O O 12 Kt B 3 ?, P K 4 14 B K 2, P B 3 15 B B 4

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7

P

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:

Q Kt5 +(c).

.

Tartakover

Colle, Bled, 1931.

13..,

P

K3; 14P

Kt3,Q

B3;

15

Q

B

2.

L. Steiaer

Pikler,

1931

Budapest,

(d)4.. 9 PxP; 5 KtxP, P K3; 6 B Q 3, Q Kt Q2; 7 O O, KtxKt; 8 P x Kt, B Q 2 ; 9 Q K 2, Q R 5 ; 10 P Q B 3, 5 O O. R. P. Michell Margate, 1923. B 4, because of 5 B Q 3, Q -Q 2 (5, ., B Kt3 ? : Inferior is 4 ., B P B 4 Kt Kt 3; 7BxB, RPxB; 8 P K 6 4BogoljuboffTarrasch, Breslau, 1925) 6 O O, Kt QB3; 7 P B 4, BxB; 8 Qx B, Kt Kt3; 9 PxP, KPxP*1

R^;

.

R K lch,Kt-K2; 11 P Q R 4 !,Q B 3 12 P Q Kt3,P KR3; 13 Kt B O O O; 14 P RS-f. Becker Griinfeld, Vienna, 1927. -KR3, BxKt; 6QxB, PxP; 7 PxP, P K3; 8 P K Kt 3, (e) Or 5 P Kt-Q B 3; 9 B QKtS, Q~~ Q 2 10 Q K 4, B B 4 11 P Q B 3, O 0-f.10; : ;

3,'

Rubinstein

Spielmann, Moscow, 1925.

Kt

satisfactory alternative is 5.,, (/) 3 transposes to note B4(7..,Q

A

KlB

P(*))

10 BxKtch, 1937-38.

PxB;

11

BB4,

B

K2.

K3; 6 P B 4, Kt K 2 7 Kt B 3, 8P K R3,Bx Kt; 9BxB, Kt B3;

Sir G. A.

Thomas.,

Fine, Hastings;

K 3 (or8. Kt Q 2 9 P K B 4, (*) If 6.., PxP; 7 KtxP, BxB; 8QxB,P pKTS; 10 P B4, K Kt Kt3; 11 B K 3, B K 2 12 Q Kt B 3, O O; Botvinnik Flohr, Moscow, 1936) 9 P Q Kt 3, Kt Q 2 10 P Q B 4, B3 13 R O 13 K R Q I, Q B 2 KKt B3: 11 KtQB3, B KtS; 12 B Kt2, 15 Q R 14 R Q 3, K R Q Sir G. A. Thomas Q 1, Kt B 1 16 Kt K 4 Euwe,;

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Nottingham, 1936.Notes ctd, on p. 7.

ALEKHINE'S DEFENCEi

P

K4, Kt

KB 3.

7 B K2, B K2; 8 B K B 4, O Samisch Alekhine, Budapest, 1921.(&)

(a)

3

.,

P

K3;

4

KtxKt, PxKt; O13

j

5 P 9 O

Q

4,

O,;

P Q 3 6 Kt B S, Kt B 3 P 3; 10 PxQP, BxP.; j

12..,

Kt

R4;

Kt

Kt5, P

KR3

14

Kt

K 4,

Grob

Griinfcld,

Meran, 1926.

B Kt5(d)

,(c)

Or.

4..,

P

Yates

12..,

B Q2P.

Q4; 5 Kt B 3, P Q B 4 ; 6 B K B 4, Kt Capablanca, Moscow, 1925. 13 Kt K 5, P K B 3 ; 14 Ktx B, Ktx Kt. ;is

B3

;

7

Q

Q

2,

TarraschR*tiinto the Throe;

Badea-Baden, 1925.(A) 2.

,

K

4

Knights' Game,

or, if

the simplest reply, transposing, if 3 Kt 3 P B 4 or 3 B B 4, into the Vienna.

B 3,

K 3 ; 5 Kt (c) Or 4. , P 7 R Kl, O 0), KtxKt; 8 Grunfeld, M&hrisch-Ostrau, 1923.

4 6 O O, B K 2 7 P Q 4 {if 9 Kt K 5, Q B 2. Hromadka KtxKt; 5 Q B 3, P K3=a. R 5, e.g. 6 P K 3 7 P Q 3, (/) Rarely played, but nevertheless strong, is 6 Q 9 K Kt K 2, Ktx B Kt B3; 8 B K 3, Kt Q 5 10 RPxKt, Kt O4: 11 KtxKt, QxKt; 12 QxQ, PxQ; 13 P Q 4, P B5j 14 Kt B4 + Mardczy

B 3, P Q B PxKt, O OOr4..,

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Landau, Zandvoort, 1936.(g)

If 6.

,

B

B4;is

7

Q B 3, Q1926.

B

1;

8

Q Kt3+5

(Kmoch).

Th column

is

Vadja(i)

Kmoch, Budapest,10..,

(h) Preferable

Kt5 5;

Safer4

is

3..,

P

Q;

4

Q PxKt, PxKt;5.;

KtPx P, Kt Px P,

with about an;

equal game.

B P

Kt B 3, P Q B 4 6 P K Kt 3, Kt Q B 3 7 B Kt 2, (/) 9 P Q 3. Nimzovitch Alekhine, Semmering, 1926. &.., K2; B 3 is Black's best continuation, and if 10 Px P Bx P. A promising sacrincial line is 4 P K 6 1, e.g. 4. Px P 5 P Q 4, Kt K B 3 ;

P

800,00;

B

4,

P

K3

.

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,*

Notes

ctet.

on

p+ 7.

ALEKHINE'S DEFENCENotes forcols.

6

to

10 ctd*;

O13

O B

(h);

6. ., Kt B 3 ; 7 Kt 10 Q Q 2, P Kt3; K Kt 5, P B 3 14 Px;

B

3,

PP

11

B,

BxPch is unsound: 9 KxB; 10 Kt Kt 5 ch, K Kt 1 11 QKt 3 ch* 13 KtxQdis. ch, KtxQ; 14 PxKt, B K3; 12 KtxKP, Kt R 4 K2 and wins); 8QxP, QxQ; 9BxQ, P K3 = Alekhme Fine, Pasadena, 1932. 9 B KB4,PxP; 10 Ktx P, Qx Q ch 11 Rx Q, Better than 8 .,B K2; (3) B K3 and now 12 B B 4 BxB; 13 KtxB, Kt R3; 14 Kt R5! + Ttor 9I;

() Or 7

BQ B

P,

Bx P

K Kt 3 8 B K R 4, P K R 4;;

15.

Q

4,

P

Q

4 (Simpler is!

7

,

Kt,

Kt 2 9 B B 4 4, B 12 O O O P K 3 B 2 + Stoltz Colle, Bled, 193L B 3 and if 8 Kt B 3 ? P x K P;

BQ;

.

P

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!,

(Tartakover).(k)(Z)

H. Golombek

T. H. Tylor, London, 1932,

Mar6czy;

Colle, Bled, 1931.

Kt

(m) 6

Kt 57

QKt 4!, 10 KQKt,

P

2,

P Q

Q3 QR;

7 BPxP, BPxP: 8 P 3 with advantage for White.,

Q;

4,

PxP:O

9

PxP

Prins9

1934.

Llorens, Sitges

()

Kt P x

P

3

QP

a strong attack) ; B 2 . Tartakover

=

8BPxP, PxP; 9PxP,BxP;and Weemnk;

(7

.

BxP10;

;

8

QKt

4,

K BKt

1

PP

1011

K B O

3,

Takacs and Landau, 1934.

Q 4 gives White O IIP 6 4 *;

KR4;

(0)

If 9

B13

K Kt5, B K2 Q R 3, Kt Q

2

14

Prins

Mulder, 1933. (p) White has a strong attack.

BxB, QxB; B K 4, KtxP;OSchwarz

O, 15 P

B

Q4,

4

:

Kt

12BxPKt5 +!

Herzog, correspondence, 1926-28.to

Notes for16 Q K B 2, Q R 4 ; 17 Flohr, Nottingham, 1936.(t)

cols,

n9

(A)

Continued 13..,

O

O O 14 B K Kt Q 2, Kt Kt3;

3,

;

15 ctd. Kt KB4: 15 BxKt PxB' 18 P Q R 3, R Q 6. Bot'vinnik

Or713..,

,

K

Kt

11

P(/)

K2;12

Q5, Kt

K4;

PxP, QxP; PxP, KtxBch;8

Kt13

Hastings, 1927.

QxKt.

B

3,

BxKt:

10 BxB, O O O E. G. Sergeant Riti'

R Kt 1. Tartakover Takacs, Budapest, 1926. Q