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Efim Bogoljubov vs Fred Dewhirst Yates
Scarborough (1927), Scarborough ENG, rd 6, Jun-08
Sicilian Defense: Classical Variation (B58)  ·  0-1



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  Benzol: Here's Yates again! This time blowing Bogolyubov off the board.
Feb-14-04  Catfriend: I thought nearly all the game Bogo stands better... He resigned because after ♗f2 he gets 25..♖c2?
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  Benzol: I think Yates is much better after 19...♗a4
Feb-14-04  Catfriend: Yep, at this stage he already is. But you still didn't explain me why Bogo resigns (I can't use my Genius2 right now).
Feb-14-04  Maroczy: ...Qf4 looks strong.
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  Benzol: 25...♕f5+; 26.♔a1 ♘c2+; 27.♔b1 ♘a3++; 28.♔a1 ♕b1+; 29.♖xb1 ♘c2#
Feb-14-04  Maroczy: Right ...Qf5 not f4. I think I'm coming down with Anheuser's disease.

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