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Yefim BOGOLUBOV

( chess-player)

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Twice party games in the world championship (1929, 1934).
The winner of tournaments in Stokgolgolm (1919, 20), Peshtyani (1922), Moscow (1925), Bad Kissigen (1928), Bad Nauheim (1935), etc..


In his youth he learned that the priest, then at the agronomist, has not yet found his true vocation - roads Chess Professional. Looking at the life path Efim Dmitrievich hierarchy, once satisfied that the name is given to us not just. In 1914, during the First World War he was interned in Triberg. For many, parting with their homeland would be tragic, and Efim found in the Black Forest his family happiness and a new home. Perhaps in no other moment in his career Bogolyubov was the second chess player the world, but played as much for two matches at the chess crown. He lived in chess great and happy life, playing a lot of tournaments and matches.

Landmark in his career began in 1925. Let largely from the knowledge of the strengths and weaknesses of the Soviet masters, Bogolyubov confidently won first prize at the first Moscow International Tournament. General, in the twenties, he was an integral part of the first five. Success in Bad Kissigene (1928), where he beat (albeit helplessly lost a personal meeting) Capablanca, prompted Yefim Petrovitch cause the match Alekhine. The results of this match and their bout five years later, left no doubt that the fight with the best of the best Efim Dmitrievich not equal. Nevertheless, Bogolyubov was one of the most popular figures in the chess world. A never-ending optimism (which is the second part of the famous phrase 'I am black I win because I - Bogolyubov'), a thirst for the fight, a good imagination - all this contributed to the fact that during his life his name is overgrown with a lot of rumors and myths.

. Unfortunately, in the Soviet times was not issued a single compendium of the parties without a doubt an interesting chess
. Many had the fleeting impression that Bogolyubov played recklessly, carelessly, without regard to the requirements of the position, etc.. But even a cursory analysis of his party says otherwise. As correctly observed in one of his books Euwe: 'Bogolyubov played solidly, and his style was largely positional. In addition, he had a brilliant tactical talent, which is particularly pronounced when the enemy has already been strategically replayed '.


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