By Alexander Alekhine
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Extra resources for Nottingham 1936
20... Ag5 21 . cdl He may, at his previous move, have overlooked that 2 l . 4Jd3 would be fatal because of 22 .. :i;j'a l . If now 1 1 . 4Jh4 with advan tage as 1 2 ... §fdl. Ac6 22 . §. cd8 The occupation of the open file is ab solutely decisive. lle4 etc. Thus definitely acquiring an advantage in space, which cannot however be eas ily increased as d6 (after c5) can be pro tected without much difficulty. 13 ... 0-0 14 . 1� xd4 �e5 17 . fd8 As this opponent's rook is never a pleas ant vis-a-vis for the queen; it would be better placed on c7; and 17 .
E4. 46 ... §d6 He writes: "Both players were very short of time. When four moves re mained to be made our table was sur rounded by a crowd ofjournalists, par ticipants and others. It is impossible to play under such circumstances. If now 47 . . §d8 mate. The rest is very easy. 48. f3 A x c 2 5 0. '
El ab8 and Black's position would remain safe. h6 9. 11. xf6 Very harmless. But after 9 . llh4 the pin ning of the knight would be without much effect as Black would always have the move g5 at his disposal. 11. £)e7 7. e2 e5 • More solid than 7 . �g4 played by Bogoljubow in a later game also against Flohr. As will be seen White gets after a few moves a very promising position. Black has obviously not the slightest difficulties. 0-0 7 ... 0-0 c4 A move too early! After 9 . Ele1 c4 11 . \lfl h6 etc.
Nottingham 1936 by Alexander Alekhine