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

josgu

Beautiful changes

maacos

Great play!

xray

nice steady pressure.......

smarques

Embarassed

onefineham

How the heck do you pronounce the last guy's name?

BruceJuice
onefineham wrote:

How the heck do you pronounce the last guy's name?

Balop-bop-ba-do-bap-ba-dap-bam-boom

jac7

nice.

coolactuary

Isn't 6 f7+ better?

stephen_33
onefineham wrote:

How the heck do you pronounce the last guy's name?

I'm no linguist but in Eastern European languages, J is pronounced as Y & V as F so...

Bogoljubov = Boggo-lee-yubof  (?)

Just trips off the tongue !

blakewalk

Great puzzle, thanks !

amthomas13

thanks for the explanantion gil-gandel.

BryanCFB
coolactuary wrote:

Isn't 6 f7+ better?

6. f7+ Rxf7 7. Bg6 Bd5 does not gain as much material for white as the puzzle line.

altinyzeiri

eight moves to be done and every one has been done right, Smile

marsuplami

nice

mattwhpc

not easy for me. :(

Gil-Gandel
AKASZA43 wrote:

ask me but i still dont understand what a point is win by a queen

[Jules] English, m*th**f****er! Do you speak it?[/Jules]

The point is that being ahead by a Queen for a Rook guarantees a win between experts, barring something remarkable - and there is nothing remarkable for Black in the final position.

cfrench49

Good puzzle.

carlosmadura

good

onthehouse

Good.

jsmwnyc

I have solved this puzzle.