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Efim Bogoljubov (1925. Public Domain)

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When I play with white, I win because I have the initiative. When I do it with blacks, I win because I am Bogoliúbov

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https://pkuatm.org/2024/05/13/5kj4937ivv5 Description: Efim Bogolyubov was a Russian-born German chess Grandmaster. He was a twice candidate for the World Championship against Alexander Alekhine. He was one of the best players of the first half of the century. Won a lot of international awards. In 1951 He was awarded the title of International Grand Master by the World Chess Federation.
https://aguasamazonicas.org/hk5z1y0 Sex: Male. https://thegreathighway.com/0b1fp2vv3 Occupation: Chess player.
https://someawesomeminecraft.com/2024/05/13/hz6zv7o2 Place of Birth / Death: Stanislavchyk, Tarashcha Uyezd, Kiev Governorate, Russian Empire / Triberg im Schwarzwald, West Germany
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https://domainebregeon.com/yjuikn72 Centuries: XIX-XX. https://www.vertaglia.com/1mrq729u3o7 Title: Grandmaster (1951)
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