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Efim Bogoljubov vs Akiba Rubinstein
Moscow (1925), Moscow URS, rd 3, Nov-12
Bishop's Opening: Vienna Hybrid (C28)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Aug-19-11
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  chancho: Picture of the players during the game:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...

Sep-28-17
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  Mateo: A really strange game. 12.d4? seems simply bad. What is the compensation? However, 15...Ne5? gives up the pawn without any good reason. Instead of 17.Qb5+?, White could have played 17.Bxf7+!. 17...Kxf7 18.Qc4+. 17...Qxf7 18.Qb5+. A lucky escape for Bogoljubov, as in the 2nd round vs Yates.
Sep-28-17
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  perfidious: I would bet the farm that the photo provided by <chancho> was excised from Soviet archives soon afterwards, or that the image was modified, same as the famous picture featuring Yezhov walking down a river bank alongside Stalin.
Sep-28-17  Howard: Please post a copy of the title to your property ("the farm") before I consider doing any research regarding your claim.

Thanks.

Sep-28-17
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  perfidious: <Howard>, the farm is a bunch of land Ah inherited from Gramps, maybe twentyleven years ago--he never gave me no deed, jest said: 'Here's the keys to the kingdom' or some such nonsense.

Right now, Ah raises lotsa cotton, soybeans and rice. Good thing Ah gots that there levee ta keep the Mississip away.

Sep-29-17
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  Mateo: <perfidious: I would bet the farm that the photo provided by <chancho> was excised from Soviet archives soon afterwards, or that the image was modified, same as the famous picture featuring Yezhov walking down a river bank alongside Stalin.> Interesting point. You should ask to Edward Winter (Chess Notes). Maybe he has the answer.
Sep-29-17
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  diceman: <chancho: Picture of the players during the game:>

I don't see any scoresheets?

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