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Efim Bogoljubov vs Richard Reti
Baden-Baden (1925), Baden-Baden GER, rd 20, May-13
French Defense: McCutcheon. Lasker Variation (C12)  ·  1-0

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Feb-01-06  fred lennox: From move 18 on, Bogoljubov plays with winning precision and invention, according to Lasker
Oct-21-13
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  plang: 9..Nxc5 looks like an improvement over 9..Nc6?!. 17..g5?! worked out poorly giving White a target to attack. The alternative 40..Kf5?! 41 Rg8 would have allowed White to set up a mating net forcing Black to lose material. The way Bogoljubov limits the Black bishops square in the endgame is quite instructive.
Oct-21-13  JimNorCal: <plang>: The way Bogoljubov limits the Black bishop's squares in the endgame is quite instructive.

Agree. Sure, it's a bad French bishop, but Reti was a slippery guy especially in the endgame. Bogo deserves credit for his strong endgame play here.

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