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Esteban Canal (April 19, 1896 in Chiclayo, Peru — February 14, 1981 in Varese, Italy) was a leading Peruvian chess player who had his best tournament results in the 1930s. FIDE made him an honorary Grandmaster in 1977. Canal had an even record against Max Euwe.
Canal played his most famous game, sometimes called the “Peruvian Immortal,” at a simultaneous exhibition. In just 14 moves, he sacrificed both his rooks and his queen to finish with Boden’s mate.

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