12/7/2012 - Alekhine-Bogoljubov, 4th game WCC 1934, Germany

  • #61

    4th page first time. good puzzle.

  • #62

    Alekhine was brilliant!!!

  • #63

    help me

  • #64

    nice

  • #65

    Very good puzzle.

  • #66

    very easy

  • #67

    Good puzzle

  • #68

    nice

  • #69

    interesting.

  • #70

    Done.

  • #71

    Easy, but very interesting.

  • #72

    I did it !Hoo rah

  • #73

    Fourth page.  Eat it 5thers

  • #74

    dude your face is green

  • #75

    Good day; bonne journée.

  • #76

    Cool :) !

  • #77

    can someone please explain why this puzzle ended like that. It appears, that Black has not lost yet.     

                                                ?

  • #78
    ninenjthomas wrote:

    can someone please explain why this puzzle ended like that. It appears, that Black has not lost yet.     

                                                ?

    Ah, was just waiting for someone to complain that we'd stopped before mate. In the final position, White has a winning material advantage (Queen versus Rook and two pawns) and Bogo knew perfectly well there was no realistic hope of a draw against a world-class opponent, so he resigned.

  • #79

    totally epic!!!

  • #80

    Well, I certainly did't envision THAT final position at the start. Brilliant.

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