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I think that white was winning at the end.
How would you rate Black's play?
I would rate it as being not as good as white's.
Worthy a a reigning world champion?
Delayed Muzio gambit?
This game was all about the opening and black got crushed.
I think in the Vienna it's called a Hammpe Algaier gambit.
Hammpe might have 1 m and 2 p's, though. And Algaier might have a double l.......
I prefer the Petrov gambit:
Anyway, anybody feel like guessing who was playing black?
nope, not steinitz
Nope. I'll give you a hint... do you think he was sober?
Yup, Perez-Alekhine Madrd 1940
I don't remember that one.
neither did alekhine.
Perez tore Alekhine apart!
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