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Edgar Colle vs Efim Bogoljubov
Berlin (1926), Berlin GER, rd 6, Nov-23
Colle System (D05)  ·  0-1



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Nov-25-06  luzhin: Colle shows how not to play the Colle Opening.
Nov-25-06  azaris: Did he miss 17.Bxf6 Qxh2+?
Nov-25-06  luzhin: Quite possibly, Azaris, but unfortunately it's too late to ask him.
May-18-07  Whitehat1963: OOPS!!
Mar-28-10  binno: quite horrible.
Feb-04-11  madhatter5: look at it from a positional point of view, though. The reason white fell into these tactics is that black has developed his bishops to their maximum potential.
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  profK: Colle's list of losses with his opening are formitable.
Apr-16-11  Calli: <profK> Where is your game collection of those Colle losses? :->
Sep-12-12  snyk: If white would play 17. B x f6 .. Q x h2 check and after the exchange some chess to be played i think

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