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Max Euwe vs Eero Einar Book
Dubrovnik olm (1950), Dubrovnik YUG, rd 7, Aug-29
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Classical Variation (D77)  ·  0-1
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Feb-23-08  GlassCow: Attractive final position with Book's pawns and bishops.
Aug-26-14  Mats G: As a matter of fact Euwe made the move 41. Kg2, but resigned before black had made his following move (Eero E. Böök: Mestarin mietteitä, Shakkitarvike, Järvenpää 1985, ISBN 951-95916-0-5, page 157).
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  Domdaniel: Superb play by Book. Euwe lost time early on with moves like Bc1-a3-b2 and Rc1-d1. He still got some play (and a pawn) but Book had his measure.
Nov-07-14
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  TheFocus: So in this game, Euwe lost because he wasn't playing the book?
Mar-12-15
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  MissScarlett: <Holland out for an Eero>
Jan-13-16
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  MissScarlett: <Eu we can be Eero's, just for one day>
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