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Improve Your Chess: First Learn End! -  Steiner-Alekhine 1921

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Player(s): Steiner, Alekhine

In the recently "discovered" Alekhine's Defense (1921), Alekhine gets immediately equality, then eventually goes into an endgame with a slight edge.  Despite his claims in "Alekhine's Best Games", White can hold with proper play. However, as often happens, the inferior side was not played perfectly and Alekhine was able to steadily increase his advantage until it became a winning one. Then some additional nice technique put the game in his win column.

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