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Richard Reti vs Efim Bogoljubov
Stockholm (1919), Stockholm SWE, rd 2, Dec-??
Indian Game: General (A45)  ·  1-0
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Jan-02-06  blingice: Is anyone surprised that Bogoljubov lost a 4 pawn and bishop-to-knight leaded endgame?
Jan-02-06  slapwa: Not really: he was a rook down through the ending. Thee issue is whether there is an improvement for Black at move 26. The point is that 27. Rxg6+ isn’t a deadly threat because 27…., fxg6 pins the white Q. So what about 26 …, Qd8? Then if White tries to avoid the latent pin on the f file by 27. Ke2, Black has Qxe7 and Re8. If he plays 27. Rxg6+, fxg6 28. Rg7+, Kh8 there’s no win for White (or is there?). And the threat of Bxd4 is strong. Can anyone see a better line for white after 26…., Qd8?
Jan-03-06  slapwa: PS electronic friend has 26 ..., Qd8 as winning.
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