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Efim Bogoljubov vs Alexander Alekhine
Bad Nauheim-Stuttgart-Garmisch (1937), Bad Nauheim - Stuttgart - Garmisch GER, rd 4, Jul-22
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C17)  ·  1-0

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Feb-12-05  Darklight: This is not one of Dr. Alekhine's better games.

Ironically, Bogoljubow defeats Alekhine here in the same spectacular manner that Alekhine defeated countless players.

Dec-04-05  waddayaplay: How did white win this? Did black resign after making his move?
Dec-04-05  aw1988: The point is that Re7 nets the queen.
Dec-04-05
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  OhioChessFan: Whew, Alekhine must have had a few too many when he played this game. I'm still trying to figure out Rb8.
Dec-04-05  tayer: <waddayaplay> 25. fxg5 ♖xf8 26. ♕f5+ ♔g7 27. ♖e6 ♕g6 28. gxf6+ ♖xf6 29. ♕xf6+ ♕xf6 30. ♖xf6 ♔xf6 1-0
Dec-04-05  Calli: Its interesting, Bogo should have played 24.Re7 but maybe didn't see that 27...Qxf8 28.Qe6+ wins. Therefore he plays f4 - I think in order to play Qf5+ when Alekhine plays the K to h7.
Dec-04-05  SnoopDogg: <Whew, Alekhine must have had a few too many when he played this game. I'm still trying to figure out Rb8.>

Ironically, it was Bogoljubov that may have had to much to drink. Bogoljubov was in amazement how Alekhine can go to a bar before a game with him and still wipe him off the board, so Bogo tried the same thing so the story goes and actually won the same day both drunk! I don't think this was the game though, it was there WC match this happened.

Apr-14-07
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  fm avari viraf: It's a nice tactical game by Bogo who seems to have out played Alekhine no matter who had more pegs.
Sep-26-07
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  Honza Cervenka: AA lost this game already in the opening and especially after 12...Nf6 black was toast. 12...Bxf2+!? 13.Kh1 Ne7 seems to be somewhat better though white has an edge after that as well.
Apr-28-08
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  whiteshark: Alekhine lost this game on time.
Jan-02-21
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  offramp: This was the shortest game of the tournament. A bit of a disaster for the World Champion.

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