by Sergey Soloviov
Paperback, 280 pages, Chess Stars Publishing 2004.
Efim Bogoljubow was one of the great players of the first half of the twentieth century. Over a period of more than 15 years he was permanently among the challengers for the world title. He won twice the Soviet Championship as well as several super tournaments against an impressive field of rivals. Bogoljubow played two matches against Alekhine for the World title and became two times FIDE champion, defeating in matches M. Euwe. You'll find in this Chess Stars book a detailed biography and 200 extensively analyzed wins of Efim Bogoljubow complemented with tournament crosstables
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