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Efim Bogoljubov vs Schuppler
Haslach (1949)
Kadas Opening: General (A00)  ·  0-1
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Feb-14-04  morphyvsfischer: Did Bogo really play THIS?
Feb-17-04  Gurch: He really ought to have stopped somewhere around move 34.
Feb-17-04  Resignation Trap: Bogo could have stopped this game and his loss by claiming a draw at move 39.
Nov-22-04  TheGreatNN: Actually the game was drawn at move 38. How do people not notice these things?
Nov-22-04
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: "When I am black I lose because I am black. When I am white I lose because I am Bogoljubov."
Sep-13-05  ChiefNX: 28.Bg1 can't be right, it exposes the king completely. Maybe Bogo thought he had a winning attack...
Sep-13-05  lentil: i've seen several 'older' games (one by marshall comes to mind) where the 3x repetition rule was overlooked. is this a recent addition to the rules?
Jan-19-06  ketchuplover: Not a new rule. Just a brainfart by Bogo.
Jan-14-08  t3hPolak: This...is Bogoljubov?
Kudos to him for playing something weird for kicks, I guess.
Aug-03-09
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  al wazir: The draw after three repetitions isn't automatic. One or both players must claim it. Look it up: http://www.fide.com/component/handb... , article 9.2.
Sep-24-10
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  whiteshark: Der 3. Südbadische Schachkongreß 1949 in Haslach im Kinzigtal endete zwar mit dem Sieg von Bogoljubow, der aus neun Partien acht Punkte holte und nur in der achten Runde gegen Schuppler verlor.

Weil aber der Großmeister außer Konkurrenz mitspielte, wurde Anton Schuppler mit 5,5 Punkten Südbadischer Meister vor Emil Josef Diemer, Lindau-Scheidegg (5,5) und Dr. Erich Barnstedt, Offenburg (5).

Es wird berichtet, daß Bogoljubow vor Beginn der Partie gefragt habe, welche Eröffnung er spielen solle. Anton Schuppler antwortete:"<h4>".

Source: http://www.schachclub-villingen.de/...

Oct-20-10  blazerdoodle: Thanks whiteshark !
Dec-11-14  RookFile: Bogo playing 1. h4?
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