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Efim Bogoljubov vs Rudolf Spielmann
Spielmann - Bogoljubov (1932), Semmering AUT, rd 4, Jan-10
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern Variation. Normal Line (D55)  ·  0-1

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Feb-15-04  ughaibu: Can we reverse the Levitsky-Marshall logic and claim Bogolubow was a patzer?
Feb-15-04  Bitzovich: Patzer - no, but drunk - very likely.
Feb-15-04  drukenknight: instead of b4 maybe the h pawn advance. It doesnt seem like much pt to 00. Reminds me of that POrtisch/Fischer Nimzo indian
Feb-15-04  fred lennox: In this database you'll see Bogoljubow beating Spielmann twice in 19 moves. ( One drunk playing another) Seriously, players in those days often played in conditions untolerable to Botvinnik and Fisher. The traveling, food conditions and so forth was often less than optimum. Not to mention low income. Also, GM's often didn't prepare and study openings as later on. Still, it happens. Korchnoi beating Karpov in 18 moves for example.

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from American Chess Bulletin 1932 by Phony Benoni

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