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Greg Strong wrote on 2020-09-26 UTC

I believe this game has no actual relation to world chess champion Alexander Alekhine. It may be in his honor, but in my view, it is not appropriate to name it in this way, as the name implies that this is his game (as in Capablanca Chess). Any aspiring inventor could just name his game after some famous chess player and gain name recognition in this way, but it wouldn't be right.

So this must be renamed. "Chess in honor of Alekhine" would be appropriate and acceptable, but very wordy. I am open to other suggestions.


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