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With many Russian players (Korchnoi, Nimzovich) it's not clear exactly what the correct transliteration of their names from the Cyrillic to the Latin alphabet should be.
VeeDeeVee <-> DeeVeeDee
Casablanca according to the autocorrect on my phone!
That's a Moroccan city!
A bad autocorrect on the phone.
My phone doesn't autocorrect Tail. Oops. (TAL)
The thing with Carlsen/Carlson is it's not clearly pronounced when people say it so it could be either to people.
And if he were born a few hundred miles away in Sweden, is would be "Carlson."
Harrwitz, Horwitz, Horowitz, Hurwitz. Four different players.
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