Fred Reinfeld, Reuben Fine's Alekhine vs.Bogoljubow 1934 Match PDF

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Kb7-~8 46 47 Rf8-f5 Rg4xg5 Rg7-h7 48 Rg5-h5 49 Rh5xh7 Rf5-f8 Ke4-d3 Kd3-d2 Kd-d7 Re7xh7 50 51 52 Rhf-h4+ Rh4-h3+ cdc5 Desperation, but there is no hope in 52 . . Rh3-h4 53 K d 2 - ~ 3Rh4-h3+ 54 Kc3-b2 Rh3-h4 55 c2-c3 Rh4-h2+ 56 Kb2-b3, and White is Game 1 1 free to attack the Rook Pawn and win it. 53 Wrc5 Rh3-a3 d44d5 Resigns If 54 . . Ra3xa5 55 Rf8+f7+ Kd7d8 56 ~ 5 - b5-b4 ~ 6 57 Rf7+f8+ Kd8-e7 58 d5-d6+I c7xd6 (if 58 . . Ke7xf8 59 d6xc7 wins\ 59 c6-c7, and White wins. 'Capablanca's play was beyond reproach,' rays Larker, 'and he executed his plan in a very able ,,fin,,+, GAME 41 White H.

P. Beynon New York, 1913 Sicilian Defence Capablanca handles the opening in thoroughly modern style, and keeps his opponent busy warding off threats on both sides of the board. The ending is particularly interesting, studded as i t i s with unexpected stabbing Pawn moves. 1 e2-e4 c7-c5 Even so far back as 1851, when the First International Chess Tournament took place at London, players have resorted t o the Sicilian Defence, t o avoid the complexities of the Ruy Lopez. ) 2 Ngt-f3 N b8-c6 3 4 d2-d4 Nf3xd4 c5xd4 Ng8-f6 5 Nbl-c3 d7-d6 Page 49 Game 14 17 .

Give up a Bishop for the Pawn. 52 Kel-fl Bg4-h5 53 54 55 56 Kfl-gl Ks5-f5 B&d5 Bd5-e6+ Kf5-94 Kg4-h4 40 40 41 42 43 ... Ke2-fl Kfl-e2 Kg242 Bg2-c6 Bo6-d5 Bd5-c4+ fW4 This increases the scope of White's Bishop, but Black will soon appropriate this fine diagonal for his own use. 44 Bc8-g4 64-126 45 Bg4-f3 95-94 46 Bf3-e4 94-93 The Pawns become more and more menacing with every step they take. 47 Bf2-c5 Be6-g4 48 49 Kd2-el Bc5-e3 fM3 f3-f2+ 54 Kel-fl Ke4-f3 55 B~~~~~ Bd-h3 mate! Bd6-b8 Quick, before White plays 52 Be3-a7!

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