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Efim Bogoljubov vs Rudolf Spielmann
25. DSB Kongress (1927), Magdeburg GER, rd 5, Jul-21
Caro-Kann Defense: Two Knights Attack (B10)  ·  0-1
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Nov-16-04  danielitro: excellent game of bogoljubov
Nov-25-04  aw1988: Of course, Bogoljubow lost, so nevertheless it was even better for Spielmann.
Nov-05-07  Cuellargacharna: Please help! Why not 14.Bh6? Threatening to win the exchange!May be because of the powerful center...
Nov-05-07
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  Calli: <Cuellargacharna> Black can defend 14...f5 with the better game.
Dec-05-07  Cuellargacharna: Calli: Thanks
Sep-01-08  artyom2008: good game
Sep-01-08  artyom2008: ggood game
Jul-02-12  Six66timesGenius: 21. Rae1-e2 was go0d for white! But after Raf8 and the tempo of Qd4 is good advantage for black white must keep his bishop to the battle zone and defending d1square and hold the a2-g8 diagonal.. But after exchanging ro0ks by ro0ks white weakness square is also a1. And i think that's why white choose sac. His Q to bishop.. And please excuse my english..
Jul-02-12  King Death: It was a big surprise to look at this game and see the romantic Spielmann play a Caro Kann, I never knew he tried it except for this famous miniature (Botvinnik vs Spielmann, 1935) a few years after this game was played.
Jan-02-14  headturn14: GM Spielmann continuous development for black caro-kann defense comes out outstanding.weak f6 pawn his great idea. I give all credit for Spielmann excellent maneuver.
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