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Efim Bogoljubov vs Emil Joseph Diemer
Simultaneous, Baden-Baden (1933) (exhibition), ?, Sep-24
Englund Gambit Complex: Stockholm Variation (A40)  ·  0-1



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Nov-15-11  Edmemphis: Wow, pretty embarassing for Boguljubov, even in a simul.
Nov-28-11  TheBish: Necessary was 11. Bd3, guarding both the Nf5 and c2.
Feb-20-12  waustad: I think that some new games have recently been added. We now see simul wins against Alekhine and Bogoljubov. Playing a hyper-aggressive middling level master in a simul doesn't sound like a lot of fun.
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  FSR: I would think most GMs would be happy to face the Englund Gambit, even in a simul game against a hyper-aggressive middling level master.
Jun-15-12  Marmot PFL: Was this a blindfold simul?
Dec-11-14  siegbert: BAD DAY FOR GM BOGO. Good day for e diemer! WHEN HE WINS HE ALWAYS SEEMS TO WIN QUICKLY.!
Jul-10-15  thecurse: middle level master? He beat the once number 2 guy in the world very quickly why do so many people hate on diemer that guy was a beast
Jan-14-20  Pyrandus: I don't like the word "exhibiton" for "simul". Broaf!!!
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