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Klaus Junge vs Efim Bogoljubov
Munich (1942), Munich GER, rd 7, Sep-21
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E25)  ·  0-1

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Jun-10-10  BobCrisp: What was the thinking, if any, behind 13.c4? It's not in Fritz's 20 best moves!
Jun-10-10  MaxxLange: The only thing I can imagine is, he wanted to open the long diagonal to develop the QB to b2. That's not an absurd idea, it just so happens that the move is a blunder.

When people blunder, it's not as if they SEE that they are making a terrible move, but do it anyway.

Jun-10-10  MaxxLange: It's still pretty amazing that a player as strong as Junge played a lemon like that.
Jun-10-10  savagerules: Perhaps Adolph came on the radio and Klaus lost concentration as he stood at attention till the broadcast was over. (Plus he was only 18 years old)
Jun-10-10  MaxxLange: He got crushed by the Ukrainian GM in this Third Reich chess contest - annotated by Alekhine, no less- before 13 c4?, anyway
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