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

  • #101

    Hard one.

  • #102

    Thanks for the lesson!

  • #103

    Beautiful changes

  • #104

    Great play!

  • #105

    nice steady pressure.......

  • #106

    Embarassed

  • #107

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

  • #108
    onefineham wrote:

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

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

  • #109

    nice.

  • #110

    Isn't 6 f7+ better?

  • #111
    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 !

  • #112

    Great puzzle, thanks !

  • #113

    thanks for the explanantion gil-gandel.

  • #114
    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.

  • #115

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

  • #116

    nice

  • #117

    not easy for me. :(

  • #118
    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.

  • #119

    Good puzzle.

  • #120

    good

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