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Efim Bogoljubov vs Alexander Alekhine
Alekhine - Bogoljubov World Championship Rematch (1934), Stuttgart GER, rd 11, Apr-29
Dutch Defense: Classical Variation (A92)  ·  0-1
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Sep-16-06  maxxowar: 52 Rxf2 is a desperate try to get stalemate if 52... Rxf2 follows.
Mar-14-08  Knight13: <maxxowar: 52 Rxf2 is a desperate try to get stalemate if 52... Rxf2 follows.> That's impossible, unless you meant 60. Nxf2.
Apr-08-08  gorash: <Knigth13> he meant 62.Rxf2 I guess
Sep-08-11  druknight: not too fond of the way Bogo handles positional play. I thought he was going to play 20 f3 or 22 f3 to hit the N or B and restore that doubled pawn struture. WHy not 25 Qa4 as it pins the R?
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