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Efim Bogoljubov vs Reuben Fine
Zandvoort (1936), Zandvoort NED, rd 9, Jul-29
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical Defense. Main Lines (D27)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-20-07  GeauxCool: Pawn endgame from 43-56. Black's majority creates counterplay to balance White's outside passed pawn. Draw, so play this one out a few times.
Sep-12-08  GeauxCool: <49.h3 Kd6 50.Ke4 Kc5 51.Kf3 f5 52.h4 h5 53.Ke3 Kc4 54.a4 Kc5 55.a5 Kd5 56.a6 Kc6 57.Kd4 Kb6 58.Ke5 Kxa6 59.Kf6 g5 60.Kxg5 1-0

<Charles Sullivan 2007 http://www.truechess.com/ >>

Oct-26-15  Howard: Just looked up that correction on Charles Sullivan's website !
Oct-20-17  andrea volponi: 45 Kc4! Kd6 -Kb5 g5 -Kc4 h6 -Kd4 g4 -Ke4 h5 - f5 1-0 (mate 24)

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