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Ilya Rabinovich vs Efim Bogoljubov
USSR Championship (1924), Moscow URS, rd 3, Aug-??
Rubinstein Opening: Bogoljubow Defense (D05)  ·  0-1



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Apr-20-06  EdwardT: why did white quit??
Apr-20-06  goldenbear: Funny you should ask that. Over the board, I would have resigned here too (unless it was for alot of money). Chess is a battle of wits and souls, and this pawn-down end-game is completely lost. Even if it has some drawing chances (if Black makes a major mistake), White has been out-witted. He should resign out of respect.
Apr-20-06  goldenbear: I now see he's also down the exchange. Bogoljubov has a unique style. Kind of the strategic counter-part to the tactical Marshall.
Sep-13-06  fred lennox: Nice finish. 42.Kg2 Qxd3 43.Qxd3 Nf4+
Dec-28-08  jeeky1996: 42.Kg2 Qf1# mate!

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