Hello guys today im gonna show you story and a position instead of a game. In 1943 fourth world champion Alexander Alekhine is making a simultane show with some German Officers. and in one of those games this position occurs. White is Alexander Alekhine and Black is a German Officer. If we analyze this position, We can see white will checkmate with Qh8# move. and to block Qh8#, g6 move comes up first to mind. But there is a variant for g6 like that. Queen h7, King f8, Queen h8, Bischop eats h8 and Rook eats h8 checkmate. German officer is seeing these moves, then resigns. But Alekhine doesnt accept this resign and doing kinda weird thing, turns the board. Now black is Alexander Alekhine. Alekhine plays Rook h4. German officer, saw the rook eats h4, Queen e1, Queen d1 and Queen eats d1 checkmate variation. German officer see this and eats the rook with knight, because eating with queen will be absurd. Alekhine plays Queen c3, and wanna play Qb2 or Qa1 for checkmate. German officer, Resigning the game twice. German officer resigned because he just saw the King c1 for dont being checkmate. For this Queen a1 check, King d2, Queen eats h1 then h4 Knight will be took over, because knight is pinned. So blacks has more pieces, black can win easily. Cause of this, german officer is resigning game again. But, Alekhine doesnt accept the resign and turns the board again. and Alekhine’s move is Queen h7 check. After this move German Officer resigning the game third time. First resign is on black, then white and then black again. And there is a checkmate variant. King eats h8, knight g6 double check King g8, after that Rook h8 is checkmate again. I think this an event that tells us how good the Alekhine at chess calculations. See ya at another videos.